Williamsburg, VA – The Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour traveled to Kingsmill Country Club in Williamsburg, VA for a regional qualifier for the Notah Begay III Championship. Kingsmill Country Club is home to two wonderful courses, including the Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay designed course on which the girls are playing. The Notah Begay III Championship is working with PKB to host the first All-Girls National Championship to air on the Golf channel at the Koasati Pines Golf Club at Coushatta Resort in Kinder, LA later this year.

Girls 16-18

Ahead by three strokes, Victoria Matthews (Great Falls, VA 2023) currently holds the lead with a score of 72 (E) after the first round. At the moment, two girls are tied for second. A nearby neighbor to Williamsburg, Lilly Hall (Yorktown, VA 2024) is one of two holding second with a score of 75 (+3). With an astounding sixteen pars made, Morgan Mussatt (Henrico, VA 2023) is the other player tied for second with a score of 75 (+3). After making the most birdies in her division with four, Cameron Freund (Bethesda, VA 2023) is one of two players tied for fourth place with a score of 76 (+4). Her Round One playing partner, Faith Garcia (Suffolk, VA 2023), also ended the day with a score of 76 (+4), making her tied with Freund.

1. Victoria Matthews (Great Falls, VA 2023) / 72 (E)

T2. Lilly Hall (Yorktown, VA 2024) / 75 (+3)

T2. Morgan Mussatt (Henrico, VA 2023) / 75 (+3)

T4. Cameron Freund (Bethesda, MD 2023) / 76 (+4)

T4. Faith Garcia (Suffolk, VA 2023) / 76 (+4)

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Girls 14-15

As the only one to finish under par in her division, Kanchana Duangsam (Haymarket, VA 2026) currently holds first with a score of 71 (-1). With five birdies on her scorecard today, Abigail Avallone (Bethesda, MD 2026) presently holds second place with a score of 73 (+1). As another nearby player to Kingsmill Resort, Lillian McDermott (Yorktown, VA 2025) took third place by the end of today’s round with a score of 74 (+2). Only one stroke ahead of fifth, Danielle Higbee (Mickleton, NJ 2025) clinched fourth by the end of today’s round with a score of 78 (+6).

1. Kanchana Duangsam (Haymarket, VA 2026) / 71 (-1)

2. Abigail Avallone (Bethesda, MD 2026) / 73 (+1)

3. Lillian McDermott (Yorktown, VA 2025) / 74 (+2)

4. Danielle Higbee (Mickleton, NJ 2025) / 78 (+6)

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Girls 12-13

Having traveled the farthest for this event, Elle Astete (Katy, TX 2026) is one of two players tied for first at 72 (E). The other player tied for first at 72 (E) is Josephina Kritsky (Potomac Falls, VA 2027). There were three players tied for third by the end of the first round. The first player tied for third is Sophie Cao (McLean, VA 2027) at 73 (+1). As the player with the most birdies in her division at five, Zoe Cusack (Potomac, MD 2026) is the second player tied for third at 73 (+1). With three birdies made in her first five holes, Kennedy MacCleery (Crozet, VA 2027) is the final player that tied for third at 73 (+1).

T1. Elle Astete (Katy, TX 2026) / 72 (E)

T1. Josephina Kritsky (Potomac Falls, VA 2027) / 72 (E)

T3. Sophie Cao (McLean, VA 2027) / 73 (+1)

T3. Zoe Cusack (Potomac, MD 2026) / 73 (+1)

T3. Kennedy MacCleery (Crozet, VA 2027) / 73 (+1)

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Girls 10-11

After making fourteen pars today, Jordin Christine de Graaf (Virginia Beach, VA 2029) is one of two players currently tied for first with a 70 (-2). Having made the most birdies in her division at four, Rose Hall (Yorktown, VA 2029) is the other player currently tied for first with a 70 (-2). With two birdies on her scorecard, Bryn Krosse (York, PA 2030) has taken third place at the moment with a score of 83 (+11). In fourth place after today’s round is Tsai Yan “Diane” Chiang (Holmdel, NJ 2029), with a score of 85 (+13).

T1. Jordin Christine de Graaf (Virginia Beach, VA 2029) / 70 (-2)

T1. Rose Hall (Yorktown, VA 2029) / 70 (-2)

3. Bryn Krosse (York, PA 2030) / 83 (+11)

4. Tsai Yan Chiang (Holmdel, NJ 2029) / 85 (+13)

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About the PKBGT

Founded in 2007 by the Triad Youth Golf Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization, as a local girls’ golf tour in the Triad region of North Carolina, the tour began as a simple concept: create more effective competitive playing opportunities for girls. By utilizing innovative yardage-based divisions instead of the traditional age-based format, the tour focused on developing tournament experience at the player’s pace. The 2022 season will feature over 138 tournaments in 12+ states and with over 1,000 members, the PKBGT is the largest girl’s only tour in the country.  Learn more about the PKBGT at http://www.pkbgt.org/.


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