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Ashlan Ramsey Ties For Second in Texas Women's Open
Former Clemson Tiger, Ashlan Ramsey, shows her mettle once again in the Texas Women's Open.
By: Mass Media Public Relations
Once again Ashlan Ramsey exhibited the golf game of a professional as she tied for second, just 3 strokes from tieing Ashley Kroll, who put up a white hot 65 on the final day, and only 4 from walking off with the trophy. Having tied with Emily Collins of Colleyville, Texas, and with Kathy Harris and Jennifer Park also from the Lone Star State, Ramesy was the only non Texan in the top five.
The Milledgeville, Georgia resident, and former Lady Tiger from Clemson, played solid golf with 9 birdies and an eagle over the two day event at the Texas Women's Open which is played at Rolling Hills Country Club in Arlington, Texas.
Although this is onlhy the second professional event in which Ramsey has walked away with a check it is clear that the future for her is very bright. Opening with a 69 playing Ping Clubs and sporting Loud Mouth Golf gear, Ashlan folowed that up with a 70 which was another round under par on the grueling course in the Texas heat.
All Ashlan does is shoot under par.
When asked about her latest tournament, Ashlan shared that she was thrilled to be able to compete in a tournament of such high caliber on a beautiful course against such quality talent. Scoring -3 and coming very close to pulling off a victory was wonderful and a great experience as well as a lot of fun.
Ashlan also had another huge coup this week as she picked up Macon Occupational Medicine as a sponsor so this was a win week all around. Macon Occupational Mediciine, a leader in the health industry, centers it's practice around workplace injuries, disabilites, illnesses as well as preventive medicine. This seems to be a great fit for both the sponsor and the golfer and the value they bring to the table is sure to help Ramsey as her body takes the toll of a professional golfer.
Sponsors for the tournament played on the par 71, 6200 yard course were Antigua-Slazenger, Club Car, Experience Arlington, Sey Tec, Snow LLC, University of Texas at Arlington and Volvik and The 2014 Texas Women’s Open at Rolling Hills Country Club benefited SafeHaven, a Tarrant County-based organization that serves families affected by domestic violence.
Ashlan Ramsey's is off to Ohio as she continues to wow the golf world with her strong golf game and is expected to do well in Q School later in the year.
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Contact Person: Tony Coviello