Beth Daniel learned how to play golf on the tricky greens and changing landscape at the Country Club of Charleston and is glad the game's best women's amateurs will have the chance this summer to share her experience when the course hosts the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship.
Daniel is from South Carolina's seacoast city and played countless rounds on Seth Raynor's layout, which opened in 1925. The World Golf Hall of Fame member the course is the perfect place to test talented amateurs because each day will bring a different challenge.
The United States Golf Association event will take place from August 5-11 and pit 156 top women's amateurs through 36 holes of qualifying. The field will be cut to the top 64 and the winner determined by match play.
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