The 2022 U.S. Womens Amateur started with 1,497 entries. A complete of 156 golfers made the field at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington, outside Seattle.
Following the fifth day of competition Friday in the 122nd rendition of the championship, you can find four golfers left.
The semifinals are actually set for Saturday. You will see a 36-hole final Sunday, with the winner clinching an area in the 2023 U.S. Womens Open, which is played at historic Pebble Beach Golf Links in Monterey, California.
Chambers Bay opened in 2007 and previously hosted three U.S. Golf Association championships, like the 2015 U.S. Open.
The quarterfinals featured five girls from america and something each from Canada, Ireland and Japan. Of the eight, only 1 was a top-10 seed.
33 Annabel Wilson, Ireland, def. 8 Catherine Rao, Camarillo, California, 3 and 1.
53 Monet Chun, Canada, 19 holes over 45 Brianna Navarrosa, NORTH PARK.
34 Saki Baba, Japan, def. 39 Lauren Lehigh, Loveland, Colorado, 4 and 3.
54 Bailey Shoemaker, Dade City, Florida, def. 30 Leigh Chien, Irvine, California, 5 and 3.
The 33, 34, 53 and 54 seeded players can make up the semifinals.
Annabel Wilson vs. Monet Chun, 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. local time)
Saki Baba vs. Bailey Shoemaker, 2: 15 p.m. ET (11: 15 a.m. local time)
How exactly to watch
Saturday, Aug. 13, 3-6 p.m. ET, Golf Channel
Sunday, Aug. 14, 7-10 p.m. ET, Golf Channel
Become familiar with the four semifinalists:
Annabel Wilson, Ireland
Annabel Wilson hits her tee shot at the seventh hole through the quarterfinals at the 2022 U.S. Womens Amateur at Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash. on Friday, Aug. 12, 2022. (Darren Carroll/USGA)
The lowest-seeded player remaining, Irelands Annabel Wilson (33) is competing in her first USGA championship.
The UCLA Bruin is ranked 144th in the newest World Amateur Golf Ranking. She was an associate of the fantastic Britain & Ireland team in the 2021 Curtis Cup. Wilson, 21, was also on the 2018 Womens World Amateur Team Championships.
Saki Baba, Japan
Saki Baba and her caddie react at the 11th hole through the quarterfinals at the 2022 U.S. Womens Amateur at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington. (Photo: Darren Carroll/USGA)
That is Saki Babas third USGA championship but first U.S. Womens Amateur. Ranked 45th in World Amateur Golf Ranking and seeded 34th this week, Baba, 17, was among four amateurs to help make the cut in the 2022 U.S. Womens Open at Pine Needles Lodge & DRIVER.
She was a co-medalist and reached the Round of 32 in the 2022 U.S. Girls Junior. Her notable wins are the 2022 Kanto Womens Amateur Championship and Kanto Junior Championship.
Monet Chun, Canada
Monet Chun hits her tee shot on the seventh hole through the quarterfinals at the 2022 U.S. Womens Amateur at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington. (Photo: Darren Carroll/USGA)
Chun, the 53rd seed, is making her USGA championship debut this week. Shell be considered a junior at Michigan this fall. She was an integral area of the Wolverines first-ever Big Ten title last April.
Ranked No. 143 in World Amateur Golf Ranking, Chun, 21, won the 108th Canadian Womens Amateur Championship just three weeks hence, a win that earned her an area in the U.S. Womens Amateur and also the 2022 CP Womens Open later this month.
Bailey Shoemaker, Dade City, Florida
Bailey Shoemaker hits from the green side bunker at the sixth hole through the quarterfinals at the 2022 U.S. Womens Amateur at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington. (Photo: Darren Carroll/USGA)Shoemaker may be the lowest seeded player (54) remaining and the ultimate American still alive. She defeated fellow American Leigh Chien 5 and 3 in the quarterfinals.
That is her seventh USGA championship but first U.S. Womens Amateur appearance. Shoemaker, 17, is defined to sign up at USC this fall.
Like Baba, she was among four amateurs to help make the cut in the 2022 U.S. Womens Open. Shoemaker and teammate Kaitlyn Schroeder finished runner-up in the 2022 U.S. Womens Amateur Four-Ball.
In June, Shoemaker became the initial junior golfer to win the Florida Womens Amateur in the championships 93-year history.[vertical-gallery id=778289004]