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.
Melo, Eaton, Pierce, Ng, Rocha, Abernathy, Garland, Watson, Peters Gail “Virginia Slim” Eaton dominated a 38-player field, defeating Ming “The Empress” Ng in the finals, 7-5, to capture the fourth stop on the 2021 Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Continue Reading
McHaney, Baublis, Gunter, Kromer, Abernathy, Pierce, Paine, Rocha Kim Pierce emerged from the one-loss side to defeat Natalie Rocha in the finals, 7-6, 5-1, to capture the third stop on the 2021 Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour. This Continue Reading
Courtney Peters lost her second match, and fought her way through some of the toughest female competitors Texas has to offer, to capture the second stop on the 2021 Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour. In the end, Peters Continue Reading
Kim “Texas Heat” Pierce of Pflugerville, Texas, dominated a 52-player field, double-dipping Ming “The Empress” Ng in the finals, 7-4, 5-3, to capture the 2021 Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour “Comeback” 9-Ball Event. Pierce was defeated by Ng Continue Reading
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