The Gulf Coast Tour’s mission is to advance the level of skill and competition for its 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.
Building on her 2018, Gulf Coast Tour Most Improved Player Award, Ellen Robinson dominated a field of forty, elite, female competitors, to capture her first, 9-ball tournament win, at the 2019 Gulf Coast Tour season opener. In the finals, Continue Reading
Ming Ng went undefeated through an elite field of 34 players, defeating Courtney Peters in the finals, to win her third event of the 2018 Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour season. Annual award recipients were also recognized at Continue Reading
Houston’s Ming “The Empress” Ng made her way through an elite field of 32 players to capture her second Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour 9-ball event of the 2018 season. Ng overcame Tour newcomer Mille Almaraz in the final, Continue Reading
Courtney Peters returns to Houston and captures her first Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour event, defeating Robyn Petrosino in the finals, 7-2, 5-3. Following a six-year stint in South Carolina, Peters recently moved back to Houston, and is Continue Reading
Gail “Virginia Slim” Eaton fought through a 42-player field to secure her first win of the 2018 Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour season, defeating Ming “The Empress” Ng in the second set of the true, double elimination final. Continue Reading