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Area Golf: Foley and Krieger finish up Women’s Am

Anna Krieger and Katie Foley finish up the MGA Women's Amateur Championship July 29

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ROCHESTER — Brainerd graduate Katie Foley shot a final round 85 at the MGA Women’s Amateur Championship Friday, July 29, at Rochester Golf and Country Club.

Foley fired 84s in her first and second rounds and her final round of 85 put her at 40-over and tied for 54th.

In her final round, Foley tallied five pars on the back nine to finish with a 41.

Another Brainerd graduate Anna Krieger finished up with a final round score of 94. She fired a 77 in round one and a 85 in round two and finished the tournament 43-over and tied for 56th.

Krieger tallied two birdies in her final round on holes 10 and 12 which helped her shoot a 41 on the back nine.

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Anna Krieger

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