The West Virginia Golf Association Senior Women's Championship made a return trip to the Clarksburg Country Club on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The 40th annual tournament features nearly 80 women above the age of 50, taking part in the 36-hole championship.
Caroline Ramsey is the player to watch over the two-day span. Ramsey has won the tournament 11 times.
WVGA Executive Director Ken Tackett said it was only fitting for the tournament to return to Clarksburg.
"This was the first place where we had the senior amateur when we broke off from the Greenbrier, some 40 plus years ago. So we just thought it was the place to be. We have great support from the membership here and Fred Swisher, the general manager, he kind of does everything here. He is a really good friend of the West Virginia Golf Association," Tackett said.
The tournament will conclude on Wednesday afternoon at the Clarksburg Country Club.
Sue Goldcamp, Parkersburg, W.Va. - 75-75--150
Caroline Ramsey, Bridgeport, W.Va. - 78-75--153
Joyce Quillen, Racine, Ohio - 83-80--163
Bobbie Karr, Pomeroy, Ohio - 84-79--163
Shelley Hyde, Fairmont, W.Va. - 87-76--163
Candy Rollyson, Barboursville, W.Va. - 83-82--165