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Women's Golf Heads to Arizona this Week for the Sun Devil Classic

Feb 13, 2021

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – The Washington State women's golf team heads down to the desert this week, as the Cougars will compete in the inaugural Sun Devil Winter Classic. The three-day tournament begins this Monday, Feb. 15, and will run through Wednesday, Feb. 17.

The Course – The Sun Devil Winter Classic will take place at the Talking Stick Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. The 6,482-yard course will be played as a par 72.

Competition Schedule and Tee-Times – The Sun Devil Winter Classic hold one round of competition per day. Tee-times for each day will run from 6:45 a.m. PT through 9:45 a.m. PT.

The Lineup – The Cougars will runout the same lineup as they did in last week's season-opening tournament at the Lamkin Invitational. Fifth-year senior Marie Lund-Hansen is slotted in at No. 1, while junior Darcy Habgood follows Lund-Hansen at No. 2. Junior Amy Chu (No. 3), sophomore Jiye Ham (No. 4) and junior Cameron March (No. 5) round out WSU's lineup.

The Field – The Sun Devil Winter Classic will essentially be a prelude to the 2021 Pac-12 Championships, as all 10 teams in the Pac-12 Conference will compete in the tournament in Scottsdale, Arizona this week.

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 Quote – "It has been a quick three-day turnaround between San Diego and ASU. With the change in weather, we have been preparing indoors and are looking forward to heading to Arizona to compete against a Pac-12-only field."

Last Time Out – Fifth-year senior Marie Lund-Hansen recorded a top-15 finish to lead the Washington State women's golf team in its first tournament of the season at the Lamkin Invitational. The Cougars rounded out their season-opening tournament in seventh place on the team leaderboard, finishing at 72-over-par 936.

Lund-Hansen concluded the Lamkin Invitational in a tie for 14th overall, as she shot 10-over-par 880 in three rounds of play at the Farms Golf Course in Rancho Santa Fe, California. The fifth-year senior collected two birdies in the third round, as she carded four-over-par 76.

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