Augusta National Women's Amateur Field 2022

Who makes up the 72-player field for the 3rd Augusta National Women's Amateur?

Augusta National Women's Amateur Field 2022
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Augusta National Women's Amateur Field 2022

Just before the week of The Masters (opens in new tab), the world of golf gets its first glimpse of Augusta National at the Augusta National Women's Amateur. An event first introduced in 2019, the tournament features an elite field of 72 women amateurs competing over 54 holes of stroke play from March 30-April 2. The first two rounds will be contested at Champions Retreat Golf Club on Wednesday and Thursday, after which a cut will take place to the leading 30 players.

The final round will be held at Augusta National on Saturday. 

The star-studded field features 24 of the top 25 players in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. Stanford’s Rose Zhang and Rachel Heck enter as favorites as the Nos. 1 and 2 ranked amateurs in the world, respectively.

Below is the full field and if you want to get your Augusta fix before The Masters, check out all the broadcast details in our piece on how to watch the Augusta National Women's Amateur (opens in new tab).

Augusta National Women's Amateur Field

  • Amari Avery, US
  • Jenny Bae, US
  • Shinsil Bang, Korea
  • Carla Bernat Escuder, Spain
  • Hailey Borja, US
  • Phoebe Brinker, US
  • Jensen Castle, US
  • Briana Chacon, US
  • Hannah Darling, Scotland
  • Anna Davis, US
  • Louise Duncan, Scotland
  • Alexandra Forsterling, Germany
  • Annabell Fuller, England
  • Megha Ganne, US
  • Savannah Grewal, Canada
  • Mizuki Hashimoto, Japan
  • Rachel Heck, US
  • Youmin Hwang, Korea
  • Julia Johnson, US
  • Auston Kim, US
  • Irene Kim, US
  • Sara Kouskova, Czech Republic
  • Aline Krauter, Germany
  • Rachel Kuehn, US
  • Ashley Lau, Malaysia
  • Jeong Hyun Lee, Korea
  • Amalie Leth-Nissen, Denmark
  • Beth Lillie, US
  • Ingrid Lindblad, Sweden
  • Carolina Lopez-Chacarra, Spain
  • Hsin-Yu Lu, Chinese Taipei
  • Caitlyn Macnab, South Africa
  • Emily Mahar, Australia
  • Antonia Malate, US
  • Caley McGinty, England
  • Carolina Melgrati, Italy
  • Ashley Menne, US, 
  • Emilia Migilaccio, US
  • Benedetta Moresco, Italy
  • Anna Morgan, US
  • Hinano Muguruma, Japan
  • Katherine Muzi, US
  • Mychael O'Berry, US
  • Meja Ortengren, Sweden
  • Alexa Pano, US
  • Valery Plata, Colombia
  • Avani Prashanth, India
  • Kirsten Rudgeley, Australia
  • Amanda Sambach, US
  • Megan Schofill, US
  • Paula Schulz-Hanssen, Germany
  • Aneka Seumanutafa, US
  • Erica Shepherd, US
  • Ivy Shepherd, US
  • Bailey Shoemaker, US
  • Ellie Slama, US
  • Emma Spitz, Austria
  • Latanna Stone, US
  • Caroline Sturdza, Switzerland
  • Shannon Tan, Singapore
  • Rina Tatematsu, Thailand
  • Ayaka Tezuka, Japan
  • Beatrice Wallin, Sweden
  • Lauren Walsh, Ireland
  • Crystal Wang, US
  • Yana Wilson, US
  • Lei Ye, China
  • Xiaowen Yin, China
  • Rin Yoshida, Japan
  • Liqi Zeng, China
  • Rose Zhang, US
  • Avery Zweig, US
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