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C.J. Reeves Wins First Career Met PGA Women's Championship
June 1st 2022 - C.J. Reeves of Century Country Club wins the 2022 Met PGA Women’s Championship overall and senior division.
 
ELMSFORD, N.Y., June 1, 2022 – C.J. Reeves of Century Country Club topped the leaderboard over six other competitors by compiling a 36-hole total of 8-over par 71 at Greenwich Country Club, winning both the overall and senior division.
 
Greenwich Country Club Head Professional, Andrew Gruss and his staff, along with golf course Superintendent, Fred Doheny, and General Manager, Keith Armstrong welcomed the Women’s Championship field with open arms for what came to be an exciting two-day championship.
 
On day one, Reeves led the field by shooting three-over par, highlighted by a birdie on the par-5 14th hole. After completion of the first round, she held a narrow lead of just one stroke over defending champion, Liz Caron of Mill River Club.
 
Reeves pulled away from the competition in the second round as she tallied 11 pars along with a birdie on the 6th hole that ultimately led to her adding a pair of trophies to her collection.
 
“The course was challenging the last two days… very heavy rough, a benefit if you hit it straight and I did hit it pretty straight the last two days…The course was in amazing shape, Fred and his staff did an amazing job and I can’t thank them enough for hosting us” C.J. Reeves, Century Country Club
 
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