Women's Golf Moves Up to Fifth Place as Play is Suspended at the Golfweek Red Sky Classic
WOLCOTT, Colo. – The Washington State women's golf team moved up three spots on the team leaderboard on Tuesday, Sept. 27, at the 2021 Golfweek Red Sky Classic before play was suspended late in the second round due to darkness.
WSU opened the second round in a three-way tie for eighth place but carded two-over par as a team in the round to end the day in fifth place on the team leaderboard. The Cougars battled rough elements at the Red Sky Golf Club throughout the day, as teams had to endure a weather delay midway through the second round.
Senior Amy Chu's day came to an end at the 17th hole, as she continues the second round tomorrow at one-under par. Freshman Madelyn Gamble was going into the 15th hole sitting at even par in the round before play was suspended. Senior Darcy Habgood opens tomorrow at the 15th hole as well, as she will begin play at one-over par. Freshman Emily Cadwell heads into play on Wednesday at six-over par with two holes left to play in the second round. Junior Jiye Ham was able to play all 18 holes on Tuesday, as she concluded the day carding two-over par; 74.
Due to inclement weather in Wednesday's forecast at the Red Sky Golf Club, the tournament will conclude at the end of the second round. Teams will continue the second round of the Golfweek Red Sky Classic at 9 a.m. PT.
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