Sunny Hills High Class of 1966
- Martha Wilkinson
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Martha Wilkinson Kirouac was born September 24, 1948, in Los Angeles, California. Her first competitive experiences were with the Southern California Junior Golf Association and included winning the state junior title there in 1966. She attended California State College-Fullerton and Odessa (Texas) College and went on to capture the National Women’s Collegiate Championship in 1967.As Martha Wilkinson, she won five titles in 1970, including the U.S. Women’s Amateur and the Women’s Trans-Mississippi Amateur. She played on the 1970 and 1972 Curtis Cup Teams and on the 1970 U.S.A. World Amateur Team. Ms. Wilkinson married Bob Kirouac in 1972 and moved to New England where her two daughters, Amy and Ginny, were born. While living in Rhode Island, Mrs. Kirouac won the state women’s title a record four consecutive years from 1974-1977, along with the New England Women’s Amateur in 1976. The Kirouac family moved to Georgia in 1983 where Mrs. Kirouac won the Georgia Women’s Amateur Championship in 1986 and the Women’s Southern Championship in 1990.
Before joining the staff of the Georgia State Golf Association in 1996, she served as a volunteer for the GSGA and was the first woman elected to its Executive Committee. In 2004, Mrs. Kirouac served as the captain of the Curtis Cup Team that was successful in its defense of the cup at Formby Golf Club in England. Currently, she is the Senior Director of Course Rating/Member Services for the Georgia State Golf Association and serves on the USGA Course Rating Committee. She is a member of the Atlanta Athletic Club and was inducted into the club’s Hall of Fame in 1997.
Source: Georgia Golf Hall of Fame,
Martha was a quiet, soft-spoken girl at Sunny Hills High School, and a good student. Not many classmates knew she was a golfer, or such a fine one. Women's sports didn't attract much notice in those days, and were conducted more like clubs, not as official school sports in official leagues. But Martha was one of our champions.
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