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68 86th Annual Women's Trans National Amateur Championship Xxxxxxx LADIES NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHIES This beautiful trophy was made in London in 1810 by Thomas Robins, foremost silversmith of the times. A silver prize is also presented to the Amateur Champion This distinctive silver vase was presented by Mrs. Charles Howell, one of the first supporters of the LNGA, and is awarded to the club or university/college whose two players have the lowest combined qualifying score. The Cup is actually two beautiful antique silver vases donated in honor of Wilma Gilliland in recognition of her many years of dedicated support and commitment not only to the LNGA, but also to all of women's golf – young, old, amateur, professional. A dainty antique golf pin with diamonds was presented to the LNGA in memory of Mrs. Herndon, first Treasurer of the Association, by her husband, Charles Herndon. The tournament medalist has the honor of wearing this pin for one year. This old Victorian silver cup, made in England in 1885, was presented to the LNGA in 1968 by Mrs. Ander K. Orr, twice LNGA President. It is presented to the player having the lowest score during qualifying. This sterling silver tray was presented to Lucile Mann by the LNGA in honor of her Amateur victory in 1941. Mrs. Mann donated the trophy to be used for the Senior Four Ball Medalists. GEORGE III CHAMPION TROPHY HOWELL TEAM TROPHY WILMA CUP SENIOR FOUR BALL CHAMPIONS AGNES HERNDON MEDALIST PIN NANCY ORR CHAMPIONSHIP MEDALIST TROPHY LUCILE ROBINSON MANN SENIOR FOUR BALL TEAM MEDALIST TROPHY This handsome Sheffield Bowl was donated in 1959 in memory of Mrs. Claude E. Woodruff, the first LNGA President by her two daughters, Mrs. J.T. Woodruff, Jr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Donahue. It is presented annually to the player over age fifty who has the lowest qualifying score. GRACE PALMER WOODRUFF SENIOR MEDALIST TROPHY DOROTHY PEASE JUNIOR MEDALIST TROPHY Her keen interest in junior golf and the desire to encourage young golfers prompted Mrs. Dorothy B. Pease, three time LNGA President, to present this beautiful silver bowl to the association in 1953. The award is presented to a junior player, under the age of 18 with the lowest qualifying score. MID AMATEUR MEDALIST TROPHY IVA MAY MCDONALD CHAMPION RUNNER UP TROPHY This award was added to the 2014 Amateur Championship and donated by LNGA Directors Carolyn Gigac, Ann Swanson and Sally Tomlinson. The award will be presented to a player 25 years of age or older with the lowest qualifying score. This trophy donated by the McDonald family is presented annually to the Amateur Champion Runner Up in the name of our past Board member, Iva May McDonald.

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