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Women's Golf Opens 2021-22 This Sunday at Wisconsin

Sep 18, 2021

MADISON, Wisc. – The Washington State women's golf team gets the 2021 fall season underway this Sunday, Sept. 19, at the 2021 Badger Invitational in Madison, Wisconsin. The three-day, three-round tournament is hosted by Wisconsin and will be played at the University Ridge Golf Club.

The Course – The 2021 Badger Invitational will take place at the University Ridge Golf Course, a 6,302-yard, par-72 course.

Tee Times: The tournament will consist of one 18-hole round per day starting Sunday, Sept. 19 and ending with the final round Tuesday, Sept. 21. Washington State is scheduled to tee-off at 7 a.m. PT this Sunday. Tee times for the second and third rounds will be determined based on the previous rounds results.

The Lineup – Washington State will be sending a mix of experience and youth to the Badger Invitational, as three returners and two newcomers makeup the first WSU lineup of the season. Freshman Madelyn Gamble will tee-off from the No. 1 slot, while senior Darcy Habgood and junior Jiye Ham will in the No. 2 and No. 3 positions. Freshman Emily Cadwell (No. 4) and senior Amy Chu (No. 5) round out the Cougar's first lineup of the 2021 fall season. Senior Jessie Lin will also be playing as an individual at the Badger Invitational.

The Field – The 2021 Badger Invitational will feature an 11-team field consisting of Wisconsin, Iowa, Pepperdine, Indiana, Notre Dame, Old Dominion, Colorado State, Grand Canyon, UC Davis, SMU and Washington State.

Live Results – Fans can follow all the action at the 2021 Badger Invitational via GolfStat. Follow all the live action by clicking the link here.

Coach Kelli Kamimura on the Season-Opening Tournament: "It's always fun for us to go to a new course and play in new tournaments. We wanted to make some changes in our schedule to change things up and see some teams that we haven't competed against over the last several years. We're excited to get to Wisconsin. It's always exciting to be able to look at a new course with fresh eyes and to come up with a strategy. The team has been working hard, we've had some intense qualifiers, and they're just ready to compete. We can't wait to get things started.

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