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Monday, September 28, 2009

Anglo-Scot Edwina in winning Daytona

State College team at "Lady Falcon"

Anglo-Scot Edwina Gold - she played in the 2006 Scottish Under-18 girls' championship at Peebles with the surname Lowery-Gold and beat Krystle Caithness in the Scottish women's amateur championship at Barassie in 2007 - is now a freshman student at Daytona State College, Florida.
Edwina, pictured right by Cal Carson Golf Agency, whose family home is in Norwich, finished joint 28th in a field of 70 players at the Lady Falcon Invitational women's college tournament over the LPGA International course at Daytona Beach.

She scored 81 and 80 over the 6118yd par 72 course for a total of 161.

Hannah Bews from Dorset, a senior year student at Bethune Cookman College, also at Daytona Beach, finished joint 35th with scores of 80 ajd 83 for 163.

One of Edwina Gold's team-mates at Dayton State College, Mitsuki Katahira won individual honours with a pair of 74s for 148.

The efforts of Mitsuki - and Edwina - helped Daytona State College win the team title with a total of 604, nine ahead of Florida Southern with Barry (619) third of the 12 competing teams.