(Paris, TX) – The Women’s All Pro Tour is starting the fall series swing in Paris, Texas for the Kathy Whitworth Paris Championship at Paris Golf and Country Club. The Kathy Whitworth Paris Championship is one of the longest running tournaments on the WAPT, with this year’s event being the 4th consecutive year. The fall series swing is a great opportunity for players to get more competitive reps before Stage II Q School in October and the field will be very competitive with many Race to Stage II qualifiers signed up to participate.

 

DATES: September 21-23, 2022

OFFICIAL NAME: Kathy Whitworth Paris Championship

HASHTAGS: #WAPT #Road2LPGA

SCHEDULE: First event of the WAPT 2022 Fall Series

VENUE: Paris Golf and Country Club

PAR/YARDS: 70 (34-36), 6,145 yards

PURSE MONEY: Estimated $35,000 (winner claims $5,000)

PAST CHAMPIONS: 2019 Alazne Urizar Zapata, 2020 Celine Boutier, 2021 Gabby Then

CUT: No cut. Top 35% of field will receive a check

 

FIELD OVERVIEW

SIZE: 41 players

FIELD LIST: https://bit.ly/3BrlCx5 

WAPT WINNERS: 3 players

 

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE:

Monday, September 19th: Practice Rounds, Welcome Party at 6:15 PM

Tuesday, September 20th: Pro-AM 1-7 PM, Practice Rounds until 1 PM

Wednesday, September 21st: Round 1, Player Dinner at 6:30 PM

Thursday, September 22nd: Round 2

Friday, September 23rd: Final Round 

 

NOTES ON THE LIST OF COMPETITORS:

This week’s field is made up of 41 players from 11 countries.

The breakdown of the 41 players per country in the field this week: United States (29), China (2), Korea (2), Thailand (2), Australia (1), Colombia (1), France (1), Myanmar (1), Mexico (1), New Zealand (1) 

 

The Kathy Whitworth Paris Championship will feature 3 WAPT champions, as they look to add another trophy to their collection. Julianne Alvarez is looking to secure her first win of the season, after a strong start in the spring. Alvarez qualified for the Women’s US Open earlier this year and will look to find some of her good play at a scorable course in Paris. Ginger Howard, a champion in 2021, finished just outside the top-5 in the PXG Race To Stage II this season. Howard has had plenty of strong finishes in the 2022 season and has qualified for Stage II later this year. Paris Golf and Country Club is one of the most scorable courses the ladies will play this year, so expect low scores throughout the week. 

Action gets underway at 8:00 A.M. CT for all three days of play.  A trophy presentation by the clubhouse will follow the final round of play.  Attendance is free to the public.

 

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