Taylor crowned mid-amateur women’s champion

Alexandra Taylor of Cherry Hill Club captured the Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship at West Haven Golf and Country Club on Wednesday.

After battling Judith Kyrinis of The Thornhill Club until the final putt, the real test came when Taylor gained momentum and almost went out of the hole after her approach.

Heading into the final round, Taylor took the lead and defeated Kyrinis in a 1-hole playoff victory.

Taylor has extensive experience competing in championships and high-level competitions. During her journey as an NCAA golfer, Taylor became a 3-time All-Conference golfer at Grand Valley State University in Michigan. Her team competed in the NCAA DII National Championship in three of her four years. In her junior career, she competed on the Niagara Junior Tour, the Ontario Summer Games team and the Golf Ontario and Canada Championships.

Taylor can now add winning the 2024 Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship to her list of accomplishments.

As for the Women’s Amateur status, it is currently still in play and will enter the final round on Thursday to see who will be crowned the 2024 Women’s Amateur Champion.

Nobelle Park of Rattlesnake Point Golf Club, Julia Alexander-Carew of Credit Valley Golf and Country Club and Ella Zanatta of Hamilton Golf and Country Club are at the top as they enter the final round.

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