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Cougs Head to Hawaii for the Pac-12 Preview

Oct 29, 2021

KONA, Hawai'i – The Washington State women's golf team caps off its 2021 fall season in the Hawaiian Islands, as the Cougars head to the Aloha State to participate in the 2021 Pac-12 Preview at the Nanea Golf Club. The 2021 Pac-12 Preview is slated to begin Nov. 1 and will run through Nov. 3.

The Course: The 2021 Pac-12 Preview will be played at the Nanea Golf Club in Kailua-Kona, Hawai'i, which is a 6,449-yard course that plays as a par 73.

Tournament Format & Tee Times: The three-day tournament will feature one 18-hole round per day with a shotgun start. The Cougars will tee off at 8:30 a.m. PT each day at the Pac-12 Preview.

WSU Lineup: Junior Jiye Ham will tee-off from the No. 1 position for the first time this season. She will be followed by freshman Madelyn Gamble. Seniors Darcy Habgood and Amy Chu will play the tournament from the No. 3 and No. 4 spots in the WSU lineup, while freshman Emily Cadwell occupies the No. 5 slot.

The Field: The 2021 Pac-12 Preview will feature 11 Pac-12 teams and Hawai'i. The Cougars will be competing against Arizona, Arizona State, California, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, Southern Cal, UCLA, Washington and Hawai'i.

Live Results: Fans can follow all the action at the 2021 Pac-12 Preview on

Coach Kelli Kamimura on the 2021 Pac-12 Preview: "We are excited to finish our fall season at the PAC-12 Preview this week. Nanea is a beautiful venue and is a great test of golf. We have been working hard this fall on being decisive with our decision-making and playing smart, confident golf. We look forward to competing this week and getting one-week better."

Last Time Out: The Washington State women's golf team moved up two spots on the team leaderboard in the third round on Sunday, Oct. 17, as the Cougars concluded the 2021 Stanford Intercollegiate in 14th place. Junior Jiye Ham carded 1-under par, 70 in the third round to finish the tournament in a tie for 24th.

Washington State was able to move up two spots to 14th on the team leaderboard in the third round, as the Cougars posted their lowest round of the tournament by carding 10-over par, 294. WSU ended the Stanford Intercollegiate with a team score of 893 (+41).

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