The Victorian, and regular club champion at The National, put on an impressive display on Tuesday at Anchorage Golf Course to reach the quarterfinals at the tournament where she is a two-time runner-up.

The 60-year-old claimed the first two holes in her Round of 32 match with American Amy Kennedy in the morning before holding a 3-up lead after four holes.

Kennedy, hailing from Florida, won back two holes before a par at the par-3 8th was enough for Wooster to make the turn with a 2-up advantage.

Again her opponent refused to go down without a fight by winning the 10th, before Wooster won the 13th and 15th with pars to take an ominous 3-up lead. The pair then exchanged hole wins for Wooster to claim victory 3&1 and move onto the Round of 16 and face eighth match play seed Suzi Spotleson.

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Spotleson might have made it through the strokeplay section above the Aussie, but Wooster showed her class when it came to match play, never losing a hole to the American on her way to a dominating 5&4 victory.

Wins at the 2nd and 4th gave Wooster a 2-up lead at the halfway mark before she won three straight holes starting at the 10th with a birdie-bogey-birdie run. Two more pars enough to see her through to the quarterfinals.

Wooster, who has made the match play in all nine of her appearances in this tournament and only took up golf at the age of 25, will now face Terri Frohnmayer who had a 2&1 victory over Brenda Kuehn in the Round of 16.