Tama Caldabaugh & Kim Meyer Scott Win FSGA’s Women’s Senior Four-Ball Championship

OCALA, Fla. – The Women’s Senior Four-Ball Championship ended in style with the team of Tama Caldabaugh and Kim Keyer-Scott claiming the trophy. The duo fired 71-73-144 to capture the win by three strokes over the field. In addition, the team of Taffy Brower and Kathie Westlund grabbed the victory in the Super-Senior Division posting scores of 75-79-154 to narrowly avoid a playoff and outlast the field by only one stroke.

Senior Championship Division

It was the tale of two nines during the first round at Country Club of Ocala. The forecast looked bleak as play started in the rain, but as players made the turn to their second nine, the weather dissipated, and sun decided to shine. The wind started to gust, which led to challenging playing conditions and only one team finished under par and on top of the leaderboard heading into the final round. Tama Caldabaugh and Kim Keyer-Scott fired a one-under par, 71 to hold the lead by one stroke over Lin Culver and Therese Quinn. Caldabaugh/Keyer-Scott posted four birdies over the eighteen holes, and spent the majority of the round trading the lead with Culver/Quinn.

The final round saw much colder temperatures, but that did not stop Caldabaugh and Keyer-Scott from taking charge. The duo fired a one over par, 73 to take a three stroke lead over the field. Caldabaugh and Keyer-Scott birdied the first hole of the day followed by another birdie on the back nine. Keyer-Scott expressed after the first round that the duo needed to birdie more par-five’s to seal the win. The pair started out their first birdie on the first hole of the day, a par-five. Caldabaugh stated, “We teamed up well. In the final round, we had a shaky front nine but then we had a really good up and down on hole eleven and then birdied hole twelve and that righted the show and calmed us down.”

In addition, Culver and Quinn fired a three over par, 75 to finish in solo second place while the team of Ruiz-Munoz/Godfrey and Ricard/Agnew shared third place with a tournament total of four over par, 148.  (Content is from the FSGA official press release)

A One Of A Kind Day, Linked By Family, Forged Through Golf, Punctuated By Generosity

Fleming Island Golf Club Feb. 21 – On this morning, as JWGA members prepared for the annual President’s Cup rivalry between the Eagles and the Tigers, little did they know that today would be a day like no other in the associations 97 year history!

As players gathered to hear last minute instructions before tee time,Charles Raulerson, owner of Fleming Island Golf Club since 2013, and former PGA Tour and Nationwide Tour player addressed the group with some exciting news.

Raulerson shared that in honor of both his aunts, Shirley Shave and Betty Cook, he treated everyone to today’s round of golf. In addition to that, to further commemorate his aunts and this year’s JWGA President’s Cup, each player player received a towel.  The towel read: “In Honor of Betty Cook and Shirley Shave, “Sisters in Golf”. Shirley Shave and Betty Cook were both JWGA members, Shirley served as JWGA President from 1977-1979.

The sentiment on the towel and their incredible generosity signifies just how deeply entrenched Jacksonville Women’s Golf Association is in the state’s golf history and in the hearts of its members.

Therese Quinn Wins 2023 Shelly Madison Invitational

November 9, 2023 – Therese Quinn captured the 2023 Championship title with an impressive score of 76 at the annual Shelly/Madison Invitational held at Timuquana Country Club.

The tournament was originally called the Sarah Shelly Invitational and was later renamed to honor another outstanding golfer, Julie Madison. (This year marks the 58th Shelly Madison Invitational and the 21st Annual as the Shelly/Madison.

The tournament honors two of the champion golfers in our area. Sarah Shelly and Julie Madison. Both Shelly and Madison have distinguished themselves as great players as well as true ambassadors for golf and for women’s golf. In addition to winning many top golf awards, Both Sarah Shelly and Julie Madison were 3 time JWGA Champions and long time JWGA members.

Julie Madison was on hand Thursday at the presentation of this title to Champion Therese Quinn. The JWGA membership was well represented. Congratulations to all of our JWGA members for their fine finishes at this event.


LAKE WALES, Fla. – For the first time in Women’s Florida Cup history, the North walks away victorious. North Florida raised the cup with a 20-12 victory on Tuesday at Mountain Lake.

It was the North’s first Women’s Florida Cup victory in the championship’s 12-year history.

Four-Ball Matches

The championship began on Monday morning with eight four-ball matches. The North team came out strong earning 5.5 points, while the South picked up 2.5 points.

Ashley Zagers and Lanlan Sun got the first point of the day for the North team with a 3-and-2 victory. Susie Keane and Carolyn Creekmore took their match to the 18th hole, with Keane rolling in a birdie putt to secure the 1-up win for the North. Therese Quinn and Liliana Ruiz-Munoz also added another point for the North, winning 1 up.

Brooke Raney and Meadow Southworth got the only win for the South in the morning, with a 3-and-1 win. The South’s Meghan Stasi/Amy Kennedy and the North’s Tama Caldabaugh/Lin Culver both won the 18th hole to tie their matches and win a point for their respective teams.

Foursomes Matches

Monday afternoon’s foursome matches saw a close session, with both teams coming away with four points. Zagers and Sun won their second match of the day, 4 and 3, and putting the North on the board first in the afternoon. Lauren Heinlein and Kelli Pry captured a commanding 7-and-6 win for the North

Meghan Stasi and Amy Kennedy won two of their last three holes to come back and earn 0.5 point for the South. Kim Keyer-Scott and Kathy Glennon added a point for the South with a big 7-and-6 victory, winning six-straight holes.

Cheryl Sadlon and Heidi Phillips took the last match of the day to the 18th hole, winning 1 up and adding a final point for the South. North headed into Tuesday’s final round with a 9.5-6.5 lead over the South, needing seven points to win their first Women’s Florida Cup.

Singles Matches

The North team came out strong in Tuesday’s Singles matches, with Christine Hunt, Liz Breza and Linda Chen all taking the first three matches all before the 17th hole. Keyer-Scott and Cheryl Sandlon earned two points for South, both winning 3-and-2, while Zagers continued her strong play with a 5-and-4 victory.

It was Tama Caldabaugh who clinched the victory for the North, birdieing the 18th to win 1 up. The North team picked up 10.5 points in the singles to take home the victory, while the North ended with 5.5.

Zagers and Breza were the only two players to capture three wins at Mountain Lake.


Member Shauna Snyder traveled to Royal Lytham and St Annes Golf Club in Lancashire, England and Competed in the 11th annual Simpson Cup, a match-play event that pits 13 injured servicemen and women from the UK and the United States against each other in a Ryder Cup-style competition.

Shauna Snyder is one of only two women who qualified to play, and two years ago, she became the first woman ever to compete for Team USA when the 2021 Simpson Cup was played at The Creek Club in Long Island, N.Y. This year she was interviewed on Golf Central – see the link below to view the interview.

2022 Story from the Golf Channel – Read the full story, “How this woman’s work is changing lives, one injured veteran at a time”, Article.

2023 Interview on Golf Central – Here is a downloadable link to Shauna’s appearance on Golf Central: Interview


Member Therese Quinn Traveled to Waverly Country Club in Portland, Oregon and Competed in the USGA Senior Women’s Open.

Therese Quinn traveled to Portland, Oregon to compete in the USGA Senior Women’s Open. This major Women’s golf event is comprised of Senior Women Golfers from age 50 and up. Usually the field is 80% made up of former Professionals or retired professionals. Only around 20% of the field is made up of pure amateurs.

It is amazing and a great source of pride that our JWGA has a member, who qualified for this prestigious event and played with some of the most talented and historic women golfers in America like Joanne Carner, Annika Sorenstam, Julie Inkster and other greats.


Winner of the Senior Field Division of the First Coast Women’s Amateur Tournament.