AUGUSTA, Ga. (seminoles.com) – Florida State junior Beatrice Wallin shot an even par 72 in the final round and finished in a tie for 10th place in the 2021 Augusta National Women’s Championship. The final round of the championship was played on the famed Augusta National Golf Course. In finishing in a tie for 10th place in the event, Wallin is the only player to finish in the top-10 of the individual standings in the first two ANWA Championships. She finished in a tie for seventh place in the 2019 ANWA.
Wallin carded scores of 75-73-72 for a three round total of 4 over par 220. She finished just three strokes out of the lead and was just one of eight golfers who carded a score of par or better in the final round of the championship. She finished as one of 12 payers in the field of 81 who carded three consecutive scores of 75 or better in all three rounds of 2021 AWNA.
Wallin began the final round with two birdies and moved into the top eight in the standings. She finished her front nine with three birdies as she solidified her positon in the top-10 for the second consecutive championship which was played on the most revered golf course in the world. Wallin closed her round with two birdies on the back nine to finish with her score of even par.
Wallin carded her tournament best of five birdies in the third round after finishing with six birdies in the first and second rounds (three in each round). She totaled 13 holes at par or better in the final round of the championship.
Wallin has finished in the top 10 of her first two appearances in the ANWA with scores of 216 (71-74-71) in 2019 and 220 (75-73-72) in 2021. She has totaled three of her six scores at par or better and each of her six scores at 75 or better. Wallin averages 72.67 strokes in six career rounds in the Augusta National Women’s Amateur.
Wallin and her Seminole teammates close out their regular season at the LSU Tiger Classic April 6-7. Wallin has earned two individual titles while leading Florida State to a pair of team championships (at the Florida State Match Up and the Pinetree Collegiate). Wallin enters the LSU Tiger Classic with a career-best 69.42 stroke average in 12 rounds during four events this spring.