I think that’s pretty obvious, really.
When it comes to the world of golf, it’s the women who can win.
But the question is how many of them do?
The answer, it turns out, is pretty simple.
There are only three tournaments in the United States that are all-women’s: the ITA Junior, the ICA Junior, and the UTA Junior.
And even though there are at least four more to come, they are all scheduled for March.
What’s more, the tournament has been announced to be a major winner in a lot of ways.
There’s the fact that it has become a major player in golf’s female demographic, with the IBA Junior Golf World Tour (a.k.a.
IBA-Junior), the Women’s ITA Open, the Women in Golf Championship, and more recently the Women on the PGA Tour Women’s World Tour.
And it has a lot to do with the fact the IGA Junior is the first tournament in the country to feature a female winner.
It’s also, arguably, the biggest.
In fact, the last time a women’s tournament was played on par with the big one was in 2008.
In 2009, the final of the IMA Junior was played in the final weekend of the women’s season, and it featured two women and three men, a women and two men, and two women, one man, and a woman.
The ITA, meanwhile, is the only women’s event that’s been held in the entire country.
But this is a big deal.
It was also the first time a female golfer won the major.
And while the men’s tournament is a bit more traditional, it is also the only tournament that includes a full field of competitors from the top 10 of the U.S. Men’s Tour, which means the IUA Junior Golf Tournament is the one that has the best chance of winning a major.
The event, held every April at the ILA National Golf Club, is one of only two tournaments in North America that have no players from the men and women’s top 10 teams, and yet it’s still a major win.
What makes it so big?
Well, let’s look at the history of the tournament itself.
Since its inception, there have been four men’s tournaments that have been held on par for the majors, but only one has featured a women, and that was in 2009, when Tiger Woods beat Tom Watson at the Ponte Vedra Classic.
Woods had just made his debut in the sport and Watson was a well-known player, but he wasn’t a big draw at the time, and Woods won with a 4-under 63, putting him in second place behind Tiger.
That was the first major to feature only one woman, and in that year, there were only seven men’s majors, and only one was held on an indoor course.
The only other major held in an indoor venue, in 2016, was the United Parcel Service World Championship.
The reason it’s been such a success?
In the same year that Woods was winning at the UPGC and in the same season that Watson beat Watson, the WGC and USGA began awarding a major every four years.
While this doesn’t seem like a lot, the total number of major winners is pretty impressive: There are 11 majors, which has happened to happen about every four or five years.
And with a record of 769 major winners, it doesn’t take a huge amount of history to realize that the WPGC, which is the major governing body of golf in the U, is probably one of the best sports governing bodies in the world.
So while women have dominated golf since it began in 1923, it didn’t take long for the IAAF to start making its mark.
That’s when the IAA Junior Golf was founded.
The women’s IAA is also an IGA event, but it is not a sanctioned event, which made it the perfect fit for a tournament that was created specifically for the women.
The Women’s Golf Championship (WWC), which is a women-only tournament that runs from March to October, was first announced in 2016.
It is a major and also the tournament where a full-field of competitors is available for the players.
For the first couple of years, it was a pretty solid event, with an average of 7.8 wins per year.
That figure, however, is steadily climbing and is currently at 8.2.
And that’s only the start of what has been a tremendous year for the event.
In 2018, the WWC held its first ever Women’s Open, where the field was almost entirely made up of women.
And in 2019, the women took the IAPC Championship and were in first place for most of the season.
This year, things have only gotten better for the WWCs and the WGCC.
The WWC has