Beecher secures fourth consecutive Canyon Lake Women’s Golf Club Champion title

KK Beecher wins the Canyon Lake Women’s Golf Club Championship Tournament for the fourth consecutive year. Photo provided by Jesse Beecher.

For the fourth consecutive year, KK Beecher secured victory in the Canyon Lake Women’s Golf Club Championship Tournament, a three-day tournament spread across two weeks.

This year’s event, held on March 12, 14, and 19, showcased Beecher’s remarkable consistency as she posted scores of 91, 90, and 84. Gerry Meeks clinched second place, trailing Beecher by 13 strokes, while Sheri Rawlins claimed third place.

Beecher’s win earned her a coveted invitation to the PGA’s 2024 National Club Championship, a one-of-a-kind event that brings together amateur club champions from golf courses coast to coast.

Notably, Beecher, who has been golfing for about seven years, made her second hole-in-one on March 9. Using a 4 hybrid, Beecher sunk her ball in one precision shot on the 144-yard 8th hole. According to the National Hole-In-One Registry, the odds of an average amateur golfer making a hole-in-one are roughly 12,000 to one. Only 16 percent are made by women and 15 is the average years of playing.


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