August 1-3, 2021
Millwood Golf & Racquet Club
Ozark, MO

Monday, August 2

8:00 a.m. Four-Ball Matches

  • Hole 1 – 8:00 a.m. – 8:50 a.m.
  • Hole 10 – 8:00 a.m. – 8:50 a.m.

2:00 p.m. Foursome Matches

  • Hole 1 – 2:00 p.m. – 2:50 p.m.
  • Hole 10 – 2:00 p.m. – 2:50 p.m

Tuesday, August 3

8:00 a.m. – Singles Matches

About: In 1995, Edell Wortz from Hardscrabble CC in Fort Smith, Arkansas, a life-long supporter of women’s and girl’s golf in the United States, donated the Wortz trophy and organized the first Fore State Championship in Bella Vista, Arkansas. Fore State is a two-day annual event with a Ryder Cup format combining four-ball, foursomes and singles matches. Each state alternates as the host state. The four member states of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, and Missouri each field a 12-member team competing in three Divisions, the Amateur, Mid-Am and Masters. Each team will select 4 players to compete in the Amateur Division for players age 39 and under, 4 players to compete in the Mid-Am Division for ages 40 to 59, and 4 players to compete in the Masters Division for ages 60 and up.

Day 1 Recap

OZARK — The Missouri ladies will look to rebound on Tuesday after finishing fourth on the first day of competition at the Fore State Championship at Millwood Golf and Racquet Club Monday.

Missouri currently sits at 4.0 points after two rounds of competition, trailing the leader Oklahoma by 5.0 points.

On day 1, Missouri one a match in each of the three divisions during the four ball round to give the team three points. The team did not fare as well in the alternate shot round, only winning one of its matches.

For day 1 results, visit the link: here.

Visit the Missouri Golf Association online at and follow the organization on social media @MissouriGolf.


OZARK — The second and final day of the Fore State Championships was held Tuesday at Millwood Golf and Racquet Club.

Oklahoma’s team came out victorious in the interstate tournament, besting teams from Kansas, Arkansas and Missouri.
Missouri finished fourth with eight points, three and a half behind the next team. Its largest point contribution came from the Mid-Amateur singles matches. 
Mindy Coyle and Jess Meek both won while Christie Blasie tied for a round total of 2.5 points.
For a full breakdown of team scores and round results, visit the link:

For more information, visit and follow the Missouri Golf Association on social media @MissouriGolf.