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Cougs Set for the Golfweek Red Sky Classic

Sep 24, 2021

WOLCOTT, Colo. – The Washington State women's golf team continues its season-opening road trip this Monday, Sept. 27, as the Cougars head to Wolcott, Colorado to participate in the 2021 Golfweek Red Sky Classic.

The Course – The 2021 Golfweek Red Sky Classic will be played at the Red Sky Ranch Golf Club, a 6,257-yard course that plays as a par-72.

Tee Times – The tournament will consist of one 18-hole round per day starting Monday, Sept. 27 and ending with the final round Wednesday, Sept. 29. Tee time for the first two rounds is set for at 9 a.m. PT, while Wednesday's third round will begin at 9:30 a.m. PT.

The Lineup – A pair of freshmen occupy the first two slots in WSU's lineup at the Golfweek Red Sky Classic, as Madelyn Gamble sits in the No. 1 position and Emily Cadwell will hold the No. 2 spot this week. Senior Darcy Habgood is set to tee off third for, while junior Jiye Ham (No. 4) and senior Amy Chu (No. 5) round out the Cougar lineup.

The Field – The 2021 Golfweek Red Sky Classic consists of 17 teams from across the country. Colorado, New Mexico State, Pepperdine, San Diego State, Denver, Long Beach State, Northern Arizona, South Florida, Rutgers, BYU, Cal State Fullerton, Kennesaw State, Xavier, Central Arkansas, Dallas Baptist and Minnesota are scheduled to compete against the Cougars at the Red Sky Ranch Golf Club.

Live Results – Fans can follow all the action at the 2021 Golfweek Red Sky Classic via Golfstat.com.

Coach Kelli Kamimura Quote – "We're excited to compete in the Golfweek Red Sky Classic this week. It's a large field with teams from across the country that we don't get to compete against too often. We had a solid start to the season in Wisconsin last week. There were a lot of good things and somethings to work on. We've really been focusing on our short game and the mental component this week. We're working on being focused and decisive in our decision making and continuing to get one-day better each day of the season."

Last Time Out – Washington State opened the 2021 fall season by posting a fifth-place finish at the 2021 Badger Invitational in Madison, Wisconsin. The Cougars carded 19-over par; 883 as a team to finish fifth out of 12 teams. Freshman Madelyn Gamble had a spectacular WSU debut, as the Pleasant Hill, California native shot an even-par over 54 holes of play to finish in a tie for third. Fellow freshman Emily Cadwell also posted a top-15 finish, as the Boise, Idaho native concluded the Badger Invitational in a tie for 14th after carding five-over par; 221.

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