Booth Joins Curtis Cup Team Again
Kellee Booth, a four-time All-American golfer at Arizona State, has been selected to compete on the U.S. Curtis Cup team for its biennial match against a team from Great Britain and Ireland, Aug. 1-2, in Minneapolis.
Booth, 22, who graduated from Santa Margarita High, played on the 1996 Curtis Cup team and has a record of 0-1 in foursomes competition and 1-1 in singles.
She was recently a runner-up in the Harder Hall Invitational and the South Atlantic Championship and was a member of the Arizona State team that won the NCAA Division I championship.
If Booth does well in Minneapolis, she has a chance at making her second appearance for the U.S. team at the World Amateur Team Championships, which takes place in Chile in November.
Booth is the daughter of Jane Bastanchury Booth, a member of the U.S. Curtis Cup team in 1970, ’72 and ’74.