About the Virginias-Carolinas Women's Team Matches

The annual team match event pits some of the best golfers from North and South Carolina against their Virginia and West Virginia counterparts. The championship consists of four-ball match play, modified alternate shot four-ball match play and singles matches. In the format, a point is scored for winning the outward half, the inward nine and the overall match. The Carolinas team consists of 24 total players: 14 amateur players (ages 18+), eight senior players (ages 50+) and two super senior players (ages 60+). The matches are invitation only.

 


2021 Carolinas Women’s Team Match Selection Criteria*

 

Women’s Carolinas Team Selection Criteria (14 spots):
2020 Carolinas Women’s Amateur Champion (1 spot auto)
2021 Carolinas Women's Amateur Champion (1 spot auto)
2019 Carolinas Women’s Match Play Champion (1 spot auto)
2019 Carolinas Women’s Four-Ball Champions (2 spots auto)
2020 Carolinas Women's Four-Ball Champions (2 spots auto)
5 spots via Carolinas Women’s Rankings as of April 1, 2021
2 Captain’s Picks

 

Women’s Carolinas Team Senior Selection Criteria (10 spots):
2019 Carolinas Senior Women’s Amateur Champion (1 spot auto)
2020 Carolinas Senior Women's Amateur Champion (1 spot auto)
2021 North Carolina Senior Women's Amateur Champion (1 spot auto)
2020 South Carolina Senior Women's Amateur Champion (1 spot auto)
2021 South Carolina Senior Women's Amateur Champion (1 spot auto)
3 spots via Carolinas Senior Women’s Rankings as of April 1, 2021
2 Captain’s Picks

*Must have competed in at least one CGA event since January 1, 2019. 

Note: Because the Virginias-Carolinas Women's Team Matches were canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some exemptions have been modified.

 

2019 Carolinas Team Defeated Virginias Team 75-69