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Women's Golf Opens the Spring this Sunday at the Westbrook Invitational

Feb 25, 2022

PEORIA, Ariz. – The Washington State women's golf team kicks off its 2022 spring season in the Grand Canyon State this weekend to participate in the Westbrook Invitational. The two-day tournament is slated to begin Sunday, Feb. 27 at the Westbrook Village Golf Club and runs through Monday, Feb. 28.

The Course
The Westbrook Invitational will be played at the Westbrook Village Golf Club in Peoria, Arizona which is a 6,230-yard course that plays as a par 72.

Tournament Format & Tee Times
The two-day tournament will start with rounds one and two Sunday, Feb. 27. The third round will take place Monday, Feb. 28. Each round will feature a shotgun start, with each day starting at 9:30 a.m. PT.

WSU Lineup
Senior Darcy Habgood will tee-off from the No. 1 position for the Cougs in their first spring tournament. She will be followed by redshirt freshman Jinyu Wu. Senior Amy Chu and junior Jiye Ham will play the tournament from the No. 3 and No. 4 spots in the WSU lineup, while freshman Madelyn Gamble occupies the No. 5 slot. Senior Cameron March will play the Westbrook Golf Club as an individual.

The Field
The Westbrook Invitational will feature a mix of teams from the Big 10, the Big 12, and SEC. The Cougars will be competing against Wisconsin, College of Charleston, Denver, Iowa, Kansas, Kansas State, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, and Oklahoma at the Westbrook Invitational.

Live Results
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WSU Women's Golf Head Coach Kelli Kamimura on the 2021 Pac-12 Preview
"We're so excited to get the spring season started at the Westbrook Invitational this weekend. The players have been working hard and are ready to compete. We are focusing on getting one-day better every day and managing what is controllable.

Last Time Out
Freshman Madelyn Gamble posted her third top-20 finish of the fall the lead the way for the Washington State women's golf team at the 2021 Pac-12 Preview. Gamble ended the tournament in a tie for 19th after carding 5-over, 224 through three rounds at the Nanea Golf Club in Kailua Kona, Hawaii.

Gamble capped off 54 holes of play at the 2021 Pac-12 Preview by shooting 2-over, 75 in Wednesday's third round. The Pleasant Hill, California native shot even-par on a team-best 39 holes through three rounds, which was the third-most by a golfer at the tournament.

As a team, the Cougars finished the 2021 Pac-12 Preview in 10th place, as WSU posted a three-round score of 910 (+34). Washington State finished a head of California, which is ranked 37th in the nation, and one-stroke behind No. 20-ranked Arizona State. The Cougs ended their three-day stay at the Nanea Golf Club by carding 11-over par, 303 in the third round.

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