After firing a one-under par 70 in her second round, Allie White, of Lancaster, OH won the First Federal Bank Ohio Women’s Open Championship with a par on the first hole of sudden death. She defeated Olivia Jordan-Higgins, who made a bogey and shot one over on Tuesday to go with her one-under 70 on Monday. White was in a tie for third place after the first day with her one-over score. It was some revenge for White, who has been close two other times before winning this year at Eagle Rock Golf Club in Defiance, Oh. Her first place prize was $6,000 of the $25,000 purse.
First round leader Wendy Doolan, who shot 68 on Monday, won low senior honors with her two-day total of 147. Low amateur, Wad Phaewchimplee, is a Kent State University student. She shot two rounds of 74 for her 148 total.