PICKWICK DAM, Tenn. - The 2010 TranSouth
Athletic Conference Women's Golf Championship, a 36-hole Championship
event, was played at the Pickwick Landing State Park Golf Course
The course played to a par of 72 over 5814 yards.
The Pickwick Landing State Park Golf Course is located close to the border of Mississippi and Alabama within the proximity of Pickwick Dam. The course was opened in May 1973 and is a favorite of the locals as well as destination golfers. Every hole is tree-lined. Out of bounds guards eleven holes, and water is found on eight holes. There are a total of 21 bunkers found throughout the course. The course is one of 11 courses on the Tennessee Golf Trail
Hole #2, a tight dogleg right par 4, 396 yards, is the signature Hole
with out of bounds protecting the entire right side of the fairway.
Landing Golf Course is host to the St. Jude's Charity Golf Tournament
and hosts several district and regional high school events during the
The course has bent grass greens and bermuda fairways. The course is one of the highest rated public courses in the State.
Tournament Recap: Click for Recap
- Bethel University 2010 Champions
- Team Photo
Scoreboard: Click for Results
- First Round
- Final Round
TranSouth Tournament History: 2009
Pickwick Dam Weather LinkSavannah, Tennessee InformationHardin County, Tennessee InformationCourse information & directionsPIckwick Landing State Park Golf Course
Park Road | PO Box 15
Pickwick Dam, TN 38365-0015
- Bethel UniversityMedalist/Player of the Year
- Emily Muse, Bethel UniversityAll-Tournament/All-TranSouth
- Emily Muse (Bethel), Baillie Johnson (Bethel), K.C. McGinley (Cumberland), Allyson Agee (Cumberland), Betsy Beaver (Trevecca), Kelsey Thweatt (Martin Methodist), Haley Williams (Bethel), Jessica Manes (Bethel)Freshman of the Year
- K.C. McGinley, Cumberland UniversityCoach of the Year
- Monte Cunningham, Bethel University
TranSouth Women's Golf Scholar-Athletes
Bethel University -
Hayley Williams, Baillie Johnson, Emily MuseLyon College
- Meredith Davis, Jennifer Flegel, Charli Steed, Chelsea Wilson Trevecca Nazarene
- Betsy Beaver, Alyssa Moe, Ashley Birdwell
2010 NAIA Women's Golf Championships
16th Annual NAIA Women's Golf National Championships
May 25 - 28 | Meadowbrook Municipal Golf Course | Rapid City, S.D.
Hosted by Rapid City Parks and RecreationClick for NAIA Championships Information
History of Individual Medalists
2010 Emily Muse, Bethel
2009 Ashley Birdwell, Trevecca
2008 Leslie Garside, Lambuth
2007 Betsy Beaver, Trevecca
2006 Mindy Seigenthaler, Trevecca
2005 Mindy Seigenthaler, Trevecca
History of Team Champions
2010 Bethel University
2009 Trevecca Nazarene
2008 Trevecca Nazarene
2007 Trevecca Nazarene
2006 Trevecca Nazarene
2005 Trevecca Nazarene
If rain eliminates play on day one the tournament will be 18 holes played on day two.
If rain eliminates play on day two the winner will be the highest nationally ranked team in the tournament.
If weather, time and course conditions permit the 18 hole completed tournament could be played 9 holes on day one and 9 holes on day two. Every school in the field would need to complete the same 9 holes each day.