The Gulf Coast Tour’s mission is to advance the level of skill and competition for it’s female pool players, encourage outside interest and participation in its events through its players, sponsors, and spectators, and cooperate with other like-minded, billiard organizations engaged in the promotion of the sport of billiards. It is the duty of the Tour, to protect the mutual interests of its players, to cause for the creation and development of future events, and improve conditions of the game and its atmosphere whenever, and wherever possible.
Ming Ng slid by Louisiana “L.A.” Le in overtime to capture the second 9-ball stop on the 2020 Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour. Twenty-nine players turned out to support the women’s pool tournament, held February 8th-9th at Diamond Continue Reading
Ming Ng fought through a field of twenty-two, tough, female competitors, escaping Natalie Rocha in the second set of the true, double elimination final, to claim the first stop on the 2020 Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour. On Continue Reading
Tour Stages Women’s Round Robin Pool Tournament in Texas The Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour hosted an independent pool tournament for women, the first of its kind in Texas. Continue Reading
Robyn Petrosino powered through a 32-player field, defeating Ming Ng in the final set, 7-4, to capture her first, Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour 9-ball event. Petrosino has been competing on Tour since 2014, and while she’s had Continue Reading
Austin’s Jennifer Kraber went undefeated in a 32-player field, to capture the seventh stop on the 2019 Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour. In the final, Kraber overcame Ellen Robinson, 7-4, earning her second, Tour title. On August 3rd-4th, Continue Reading