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Women's Golf Begins 2021 this Monday at the Lamkin Invitational

Feb 6, 2021

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SANTA FE, CALIF. – The Washington State women's golf team gets its 2021 spring season underway this Monday, Feb. 8, at the Lamkin Invitational. The two-day tournament, hosted by San Diego State, will be played at The Farms Golf Club.

The Course – The Lamkin Invitational will take place at The Farms Golf Course in Santa Fe, California. It is a 6,318-yard, par-72 course. The first and second rounds of the tournament will be played on Monday, Feb. 8, while the third round will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 9.

Tee-Times – The first round of the Lamkin Invitational is scheduled for a 7 a.m. PT tee-time on Monday, while the second round will begin at approximately 11:30 a.m. PT the same day. Tuesday's final round will tee-off at 7 a.m. PT.

The Lineup – Washington State will be fielding a lineup with several familiar faces at the Lamkin Invitational. Four of the five WSU golfers to play in this week's season-opening tournament competed in all seven tournaments for the Cougars from a season ago. Fifth-year senior Marie Lund-Hansen is slotted in at No. 1, while sophomore Jiye Ham follows Lund-Hansen at No. 2. Juniors Amy Chu (No. 3), Darcy Habgood (No. 4) and Cameron March (No. 5) round out WSU's season-opening lineup.

The Field – No. 22 TCU, Arizona, Colorado, Hawai'i, Long Beach State, New Mexico, San Diego State, Tulane, UC Irvine, UCLA, USC and Washington State

Live Results - Fans can follow all of the action at the Arizona Intercollegiate via GolfStat. Follow all the live action by clicking the link here.

Coach Kelli Kamimura on the Season-Opening Tournament – "We look forward to beginning our competitive schedule next week in San Diego and have been putting our focus at practice on working together to get one day better every day."

Last Time Out – When the Washington State women's golf team tees off on Monday, it will be the first time in 335 days that the Cougars have competed in an NCAA Division I golf tournament. The last time the Cougs played together in an event came on March 10, 2020 at the Meadow Club Invitational in Fairfax, California. Marie Lund-Hansen and Amy Chu each collected the first individual title of their Washington State women's golf careers, as the duo finished in a tie for first at Meadow Club Invitational. Each player shot 2-under, 214, to finish in a first-place tie and help the Cougars finish second overall on the team leaderboard with a score of 877 (+13).

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