2004 Espirito Santo Trophy

The 2004 Espirito Santo Trophy took place 20–23 October at Rio Mar Country Club, on its River Course and Ocean Course, in Río Grande, Puerto Rico.

2004 Espirito Santo Trophy
Tournament information
Dates20–23 October
LocationRío Grande, Puerto Rico
18°13′20″N 66°25′49″W / 18.2223°N 66.4303°W / 18.2223; -66.4303
Course(s)Rio Mar Country Club (Ocean Course and River Course)
Organized byInternational Golf Federation
(formerly named World Amateur Golf Council)
Format72 holes stroke play
Statistics
ParOcean: 72
River: 72
LengthOcean: 6,159 yards (5,632 m)
River:5,956 yards (5,446 m)
Field48 teams
141 players
Champion
 Sweden
Sofie Andersson, Karin Sjödin, Louise Stahle
567 (−9)
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It was the 21st women's golf World Amateur Team Championship for the Espirito Santo Trophy.

The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event. There were 48 team entries, each with two or three players.

Each team played two rounds at the River Course and two rounds at the Ocean Course in different orders, but all the leading teams played the fourth round at the Ocean Course. The best two scores for each round counted towards the team total.

Team Sweden won the Trophy for their first title. The silver medal was shared between team Canada and team United States, who finished tied second, three strokes back. Defending champion team Australia finished 16th and was never in contention to retain the title.

The individual title was shared between Julieta Granada, Paraguay, and Karin Sjödin, Sweden, whose score of 8-under-par, 280, was four strokes ahead of Jane Park, United States.[1][2]

TeamsEdit

48 teams entered the event and 47 teams completed the competition. Each team had three players, except the teams from Egypt, Greece and Lithuania, which had only two players. One player representing Virgin Islands withdraw from the third and fourth round and one player representing Lithuania withdraw from the third and fourth round thereby withdrawing the team from the competition.

Country Players
  Argentina Maria de los Angeles Gallegos, Maria Olivero, Manuela Tarazona
  Australia Katy Jarochowicz, Sarah Kemp, Sarah Kenyon
  Austria Stefanie Endstrasser, Nicole Gergely, Stefanie Michl
  Bahamas Sandi Macdougall, Giselle Pyfrom, Raquel Riley
  Belgium Justine Barbier, Tamara Luccioli, Lien Willems
  Bermuda Kim Botelho, Ebonie Burgess, Laura Robinson
  Brazil Mariana De Biase, Patricia Carvalho, Ruriko Nakamura
  Canada Lindsay Knowlton, Mary Ann Lapointe, Laura Matthews
  Chile Paz Echeverria, Mariá José Hurtado, Anita Ojeda
  China Bai Yun Yan, Shanshan Feng, Li Wei
  Chinese Taipei Hsiao-Ching Lu, Yani Tseng, Pei-Lin Yu
  Colombia Paola Moreno, Juliana Murcia, Eileen Vargas
  Croatia Snjezana Crnoglava, Sanja Serfezi Lovric, Daria Zubrinic
  Czech Republic Petra Kvídová, Zuzana Masínová, Lucie Sarochová
  Dominican Republic Teresa Garciá, Maria Hurtado, Anabelle Paulino
  Egypt Naela El Attar, Donia Scarello
  El Salvador Luciana de Alfaro, Joyce S. de Castro, Claudia Peters-Gillessen
  Finland Sohvi Harkonen, Kaisa Ruuttila, Hanna-Leena Salonen
  France Anne-Lise Caudal, Anne-Sophie LeNalio, Marion Sapin
  Germany Sandra Gal, Pia Odefey, Denise Simon
  Great Britain &
  Ireland
Emma Duggleby, Stephanie Evans, Clare Queen
  Greece Irene Krambs, Evita Sideri
  Guatemala Pamela Abreu, Maria Cristina Arenas, Beatriz de Arenas
  Italy Giusy Paolillo, Anna Rossi, Vittoria Valvassori
  Japan Erina Hara, Mika Miyazato, Shinobu Moromizato
  Lithuania Rose Covalesky, Lydia Siipola
  Mexico Lili Alvarez, Tanya Dergal, Alejandra Martin Del Campo
  Netherlands Myrte Eikenaar, Dewi Claire Schreefel, Marie-Louise Weeda
  New Zealand Claire Dury, Penny Newbrook, Sarah Nicholson
  Norway June Bolme, Lene Krog, Marianne Skarpnord
  Panama Maria Elena de Duran, Ana Maria de Hernandez, Maria Elena Duran
  Paraguay Maria Del Mar Troche, Julieta Granada, Kathia Meyer
  Peru Maria Pia Castro, Kiara Hayashida, Maria Salinas
  Philippines Javie Agojo, Loralie Roberto, Ana Tanpinco
  Portugal Carolina Catanho, Carla Cruz, Lara Vieira
  Puerto Rico Maria del Mar Colon, Laura Diaz, Janice Olivencia
  Russia Anastasia Kostina, Galina Rotmistrova, Maria Verchenova
  Slovakia Veronika Falathová, Zuzana Kamasová, Renata Petrasová
  South Africa Lee-Anne Pace, Ashleigh Simon, Sandra Winter
  South Korea Song-Hee Kim, Park Hee-young, Yoo Sun-young
  Spain Maria Hernández, Beatriz Recari, Elisa Serramià
  Sweden Sofie Andersson, Karin Sjödin, Louise Stahle
   Switzerland Niloufar Aazam-Zanganeh, Nora Angehrn, Fabienne In-Albon
  Trinidad and Tobago Tracey Clarke, Diana Torry, Michelle Torry
  Turkey Necla Gerçek, Zakire Korkmaz, Elçin Ulu
  United States Paula Creamer, Sarah Huarte, Jane Park
  United States Virgin Islands Merrilee Bailey, Barbara O'Brien, Lisa Schmid
  Venezuela Stephanie Gelleni, Maria E. Martinez, Aymara Villarroel

ResultsEdit

# Country Score To par
1   Sweden 144-141-142-145=567 −9
T2   Canada 137-145-143-145=570 −6
  United States 139-147-144-140=570
T4   Chinese Taipei 143-152-141-143=579 +3
  Japan 147-147-139-146=579
  South Korea 142-148-144-145=579
7   Colombia 149-140-143-149=581 +5
8   Spain 144-145-149-145=583 +7
T9   Germany 144-152-139-154=589 +13
  New Zealand 152-146-146-145=589
T11   Russia 145-150-144-151=590 +14
  Venezuela 145-156-144-145=590
13   Netherlands 148-150-147-146=591 +15
T14   Belgium 146-149-152-149=596 +20
  Paraguay 155-151-140-150=596
16   Australia 152-154-142-149=597 +21
17   South Africa 147-153-147-151=598 +22
T18   France 149-149-151-150=599 +23
  Philippines 159-156-144-140=599
T20   Austria 148-154-145-153=600 +24
  Italy 155-151-148-146=600
22   Mexico 145-151-151-155=602 +26
T23   Finland 149-153-151-150=603 +27
  Norway 150-152-148-153=603
25   Great Britain &
  Ireland
149-151-146-158=604 +28
26   Chile 152-159-150-146=607 +31
27    Switzerland 154-153-158-143=608 +32
28   China 157-154-154-144=609 +33
29   Argentina 146-163-149-154=612 +36
30   Brazil 156-158-154-146=614 +38
T31   Peru 157-160-155-158=630 +54
  Portugal 154-165-158-153=630
33   Guatemala 168-153-157-162=640 +64
34   Trinidad and Tobago 160-158-163-162=643 +67
T35   Czech Republic 165-170-157-155=647 +71
  Slovakia 170-164-157-156=647
37   Puerto Rico 164-164-161-159=648 +72
38   Bahamas 169-168-155-159=651 +75
39   Bermuda 166-167-161-158=652 +76
40   Egypt 180-167-164-165=676 +100
41   Turkey 174-159-175-174=682 +106
42   Dominican Republic 176-168-172-171=687 +111
43   El Salvador 184-181-176-171=712 +136
44   Croatia 192-171-190-165=718 +142
45   Greece 176-167-190-190=723 +147
46   Panama 183-192-187-180=742 +166
47   United States Virgin Islands 201-194-197-192=784 +208
WD   Lithuania 208-218-WD

Source: [3]

Individual leadersEdit

There was no official recognition for the lowest individual scores.

# Player Country Score To par
T1 Julieta Granada   Paraguay 76-72-63-69=280 −8
Karin Sjödin   Sweden 69-70-71-70=280
3 Jane Park   United States 69-71-73-71=284 −4
T4 Maria E. Martinez   Venezuela 69-75-71-70=285 −3
Laura Matthews   Canada 70-70-72-73=285
Yani Tseng   Chinese Taipei 73-74-69-69=285
7 Paula Creamer   United States 70-76-71-69=286 −2
8 Anastasia Kostina   Russia 70-73-69-75=287 −1
T9 Mary Ann Lapointe   Canada 67-78-71-72=288 E
Louise Stahle   Sweden 75-71-72-70=288

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "World Amateur Team Championships: Women's World Amateur Team Championship". Golfstat. 23 October 2004. Retrieved 21 January 2021.
  2. ^ "2004 World Amateur Team Championships, Record Book" (PDF). International Golf Federation. pp. 4–14. Retrieved 21 January 2021.
  3. ^ "World Amateur Team Championships – Women's Records". Retrieved 21 January 2021.

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