Augusta National Women's Amateur field

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Augusta National Women's Amateur field

Augusta National Women's Amateur

Augusta National Women's Amateur field

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This is the field of 72 golfers for the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur, as of March 29, 2019.

The ANWA will be held April 3-6, including a Friday practice round for the entire field and a final round on Saturday, April 6 for the top 30 players who advance out of the first two rounds, to be held at nearby Champions Retreat.

Thirty-one of the golfers are from the U.S. Twenty-three other countries will be represented in the field.

Players

Alyaa Abdulghany, U.S.

Hanna Alberto, U.S.

Sofia Anokhina, Russia

Ana Belac, Slovenia

Kaylee Benton, U.S.

Jaravee Boonchant, Thailand

Sierra Brooks, U.S.

Zoe Campos, U.S.

Virginia Elena Carta, Italy

Jennifer Chang, U.S.

Alice Chen, U.S.

Allisen Corpuz, U.S.

Amanda Doherty, U.S.

Caterina Don, Italy

Alessandra Fanali, Italy

Maria Fassi, Mexico

Isabella Fierro, Mexico

Michaela Finn, Sweden

Annabell Fuller, England

Allyson Geer-Park, U.S.

Valentina Giraldo, Colombia

Linn Grant, Sweden

Haylee Harford, U.S.

Leonie Harm, Germany

Lauren Hartlage, U.S.

Sophie Hausmann, Germany

Alice Hewson, England

Emilee Hoffman, U.S.

Yu-Chiang Hou, Chinese Taipei

Yu-Sang Hou, Chinese Taipei

Lily May Humphreys, England

Jiwon Jeon, Korea

Wenyung Keh, New Zealand

Dylan Kim, U.S.

Gina Kim, U.S.

Jennifer Kupcho, U.S.

Seo-yun Kwon, Korea

Agathe Laisne, France

Tilda Larsson, Sweden

Stephanie Lau, U.S.

Andrea Lee, U.S.

Amanda Linner, Sweden

Clarisse Louis, Belgium

Hee Ying Loy, Malaysia

Olivia Mehaffey, Northern Ireland

Emilia Migliaccio, U.S.

Haley Moore, U.S.

Alessia Nobilio, Italy

Tristyn Nowlin, U.S.

Ainhoa Olarra, Spain

Alexa Pano, U.S.

Pimnipa Panthong, Thailand

Kaitlyn Papp, U.S.

Marta Perez, Spain

Anna Redding, U.S.

Yuka Saso, Philippines

Brooke Seay, U.S.

Erica Shepherd, U.S.

Ellie Slama, U.S.

Mariah Smith, U.S.

Julienne Soo, Australia

Emma Spitz, Austria

Natalie Srinivasan, U.S.

Maja Stark, Sweden

Kaleigh Telfer, South Africa

Brigitte Thibault, Canada

Atthaya Thitikul, Thailand

Beatrice Wallin, Sweden

Yuka Yasuda, Japan

Lei Ye, China

Jessica Yuen, U.S.

Rose Zhang, U.S.

Countries represented

United States

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Canada

China

Chinese Taipei

Colombia

England

France

Germany

Italy

Japan

Korea

Malaysia

Mexico

Northern Ireland

Philippines

Russia

Slovenia

South Africa

Spain

Sweden

Thailand

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