LAS VEGAS – The Washington State women’s golf team heads to Sin City to participate in its second tournament of the spring, as the Cougars are set to compete in The Show, hosted by UNLV. Play begins Monday, Feb. 20, at the Spanish Trail Golf Club and runs through Tuesday, Feb. 21.
The Course and Format
The Show will take place over two days at the Spanish Trail Golf Club in Las Vegas, a 6,434-yard course that plays as a par 72. The first two rounds of the tournament will take place Monday, Feb. 20, with the third and final round being played Tuesday, Feb. 21. Both days will open with an 8 a.m. PT shotgun start.
1) Darcy Habgood 2) Madelyn Gamble 3) Emiko Sverduk 4) Emily Cadwell 5) Lily McCauley
Head Coach Sofie Aagaard on The Show
“We are back on the road after just a couple of days at home after the tournament in San Diego. We’ve had one team practice session where we tidied up a couple of things. We will have a training day in Las Vegas this Saturday, playing a short course with a continued focus on increasing our stats for successful greens in regulation through better iron play. Spanish Trail Golf Course is a great facility that is used to hosting events. We will be using golf carts for this tournament, which is unusual for us as we walk when competing, but the course is so spread out that we need transportation in between holes. We are mentally prepared for winds and potential changes in wind direction through the rounds as well as fast and undulating greens with Bermuda grass or alike.”
15 teams will be participating in The Show. Along with host UNLV, Washington State will take on Charlotte, Denver, Furman, Kent State, Mississippi State, Nevada, New Mexico, North Florida, Old Dominion, Pepperdine, Purdue, South Florida, and Texas State.
Fans can follow all of the action at The Show at GolfStat.com.
Last Time Out
Washington State women’s golfer Darcy Habgood opened the spring by posting a top-five finish at the San Diego State Classic, as the fifth-year senior wrapped up the tournament in a tie for fourth after carding 5-over; 221.
Habgood’s performance helped the Cougars finish eighth at the SDSU Classic, as her eagle on her final hole lifted Washington State past BYU on the team leaderboard. WSU ended its first tournament of the spring with a team score of 933 (+69), as the…
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