Sequim: Harrop-Schumacher a divisional golf leader in state amateurs

SEQUIM — Dungeness Golf & Country Club member Pat Harrop-Schumacher is leading the Senior Division of the eighth annual Washington State Women's Amateur Championships after the first round.

Harrop-Schumacher shot 7-over par 79 on Tuesday at SunLand Golf & Country Club to lead the tournament by three strokes. The second round is today and the final round is Thursday.

Harrop-Schumacher tees off at about 10 a.m. today.

It's no wonder that the Sequim resident is mastering SunLand with a 37 on the front nine and 42 on the back nine. The assistant manager of the Dungeness pro shop used to be a longtime member of SunLand, where she was club champion for “at least 12 years in a row,” according to her husband, J.C. Schumacher.

Anne Carr of Fairwood Golf & Country Club and Ann Swanson of Sand Point Country Club are tied for second in the Senior Division with 82s.

Details and other results appear in today's edition of the Peninsula News, on sale in Clallam and Jefferson counties. Click onto “Subscribe” to get your copy delivered to your home or office.

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