Anitra Khoth of Stockton captured the 68th Pacific Women’s Golf Association Legacy Open by two strokes over Lynne Cowan of Rocklin on the South Course at Corica Park Golf Complex in Alameda.
Khoth, who is a junior at the University of Nevada in Reno, posted a score of 68-75—143, 1-under-par, while Cowan, who has won the California Senior Women’s Open three times among numerous titles in her career, was second at 70-75—145.
Linette Jun, a sophomore at UC Davis from Cupertino, finished third at 77-74—151, followed by Claire Shubin of Fresno, a junior at Dominican University in San Rafael at 76-76—152, and Crystal Yi of Vacaville, a Dominican sophomore, at 71-82—153.
Eden Anderson of Oakland, who won the 2001 San Francisco City Amateur shot 77-78—155 to tie for sixth with Ashley Pan of Moraga, a junior at Dominican, who finished at 78-77—155, while Deborah Robertson of Martinez, who won this tournament in 2016 and 2017, was eighth at 77-84—161, followed by Melissa Spencer of San Jose at 83-84—167, and Connie Huckaba of Mount Shasta 91-77—168.
The Legacy Open was first played in 1953, when Mable Milde claimed the first of her four titles in the event, and other multiple winners include Robertson, Cleo Wetmore, Chris DiSibio, Mildred Jude, Melinda Bailey, Linda Christiansen, Heather Hughes, Cheryl Steppe, Tina Barker, Irene Gottta, Tina Barker, Elaine Harris, Susie Q. Conklin and Tina Barker.
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