Women's Golf Wraps Up its Stay at the Meadow Club Invitational
FAIRFAX, Calif. – Junior Amy Chu posted the best finish for Washington State's women's golf team at the Meadow Club Invitational, as the Australia native carded 229 (+13) in her three rounds of play to end the tournament in 31st place on the player leaderboard.
Chu was one of three WSU women's golfers to compete at the Meadow Club Invitational, as she was joined by fifth-year senior Marie Lund-Hansen and sophomore Jiye Ham. The Sydney, Australia native concluded play at the Meadow Club Golf Course by carding six-over par; 78 in the third round.
Sophomore Jiye Ham finished her tournament in a tie for 41st overall, as the Bangkok, Thailand native shot a team-best three-over par; 75 in Tuesday's final round. Ham ended her the Meadow Club Invitational with a score of 233 (+17).
Fifth-year senior Marie Lund-Hansen rounded out the trio of golfers for Washington State at the Meadow Club Invitational, as she collected a score of 237 (+21). Lund-Hansen matched Chu's score in the third round, carding six-over; 78 in her final go-around at the Meadow Club Golf Course.
Washington State will be back in action March 26-28, as the Cougars will compete in the ASU PING Invitational in Phoenix, Arizona.
|Pl.||Golfer||1st Rd||2nd Rd||3rd Rd||Total|
|31||Amy Chu||77 (+5)||74 (+2)||78 (+6)||229 (+13)|
|T-41||Jiye Ham||78 (+6)||80 (+8)||75 (+3)||233 (+17)|
|T-51||Marie Lund-Hansen||80 (+8)||79 (+7)||78 (+6)||237 (+21)|