The dates of the championship are Aug. 5-11, 2013.
The Country Club of Charleston (S.C.) has been selected by the United States Golf Association to host the 2013 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship. The dates of the championship are Aug. 5-11, 2013.
The Country Club of Charleston was designed by Seth Raynor and opened in 1925. Revisions were made to the course by John LaFoy in 1990-91, following Hurricane Hugo, and additional revisions were made by Brian Silva in 2007.
The club has a rich history serving as a host site for state and regional tournaments, starting with the 1911 Carolinas Amateur. The course has hosted the Carolinas Amateur a total of six times, most recently in 2009. The club has also hosted eight South Carolina Amateurs, with the first in 1929, and the most recent in 1999. From 1933 to 1937, the club hosted the PGA Tour’s Charleston Open. Since 1946, the club has hosted the Azalea Amateur. Since the early 1950s, the course has served as the host site for a junior event, now known as the Beth Daniel Championship. In addition, the Women’s South Carolina Amateur has been contested at the CC of Charleston four times, first in 1949 and most recently in 1998.
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