FAIRFAX, Calif. – The Washington State women’s golf team jumps back into action this Monday, March 6, as the Cougars will participate in the 2023 Juli Inkster Meadow Club Invitational. The tournament will take place over two days at the Meadow Club Golf Course in Fairfax, California.
The Course and Format
The 2023 Juli Inkster Meadow Club will take place March 6-7 at the Meadow Club Golf Course in Fairfax, California. The Meadow Club Golf Course is a 6,157-yard course that plays as a par 72.
Teams will play the first two rounds Monday and conclude Tuesday with the third round. Both days will begin with an 8:30 a.m. PT shotgun start.
1) Darcy Habgood 2) Madelyn Gamble 3) Emiko Sverduk 4) Sarah Skovgaard-Bils 5) Hannah Harrison
Head Coach Sofie Aagaard on the Juli Inkster Meadow Club Invitational
“We have had a week and a half since we last competed. The focus in practice and preparation has been on shots from lies where an adjustment is needed due to things like ball position, side hill, downhill, and grass length. We have also worked on mental focus in the shot execution stage where we can be better disciplined to focus on what we want instead of having thoughts of what we don’t want to happen with the shot. These are all long-term building skills that we will need as we continue to grow competition skills.”
“Meadow Club is a beautiful golf course in Fairfax, Ca. A Mackenzie design golf course with well-placed green bunkers and large and undulated greens. A special place to enjoy the nature around the course as it is nestled in the hillsides north of San Francisco.”
The 2023 Juli Inkster Invitational will be hosted by San Francisco and San Jose State. Along with the Dons and Spartans, Washington State will challenge California, Colorado, Oregon State, Stanford, USC, Washington, BYU, Pepperdine, San Diego State, and Texas Tech at the Meadow Club Golf Course.
Fans can follow all of the action at the Juli Inkster Meadow Club Invitational at GolfStat.com.
Last Time Out
The Washington State women’s golf team concluded its second tournament of the spring Tuesday, Feb. 21, as the Cougars wrapped up their stay at The Show in Las Vegas in 15th place on the team leaderboard.
WSU had a pair of golfers post a top-60 finish at The Show. Freshman Emiko Sverduk finished in a tie for 59th at the…
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