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Chan and Badgers in third place at The Bruzzy

Chan and Badgers in third place at The Bruzzy

ARDMORE, Okla. – Wisconsin women’s golf paced the field at The Bruzzy and the team is currently in third place following 36 holes on Saturday at 13-over par (286-287=570) at Dornick Hills Country Club in Oklahoma.

Junior Chloe Chan is leading the Badgers in fourth place among individuals after shooting par with 69-71=140. Worth noting that after a tough start in the first round, junior Carly Carter also knocked 10 strokes off her opening-round performance of 9-over 79 to score 1-under par 69 in Round 2 and climb 32 spots from T64 to T32.

Wisconsin is also topping fellow Big Ten schools Minnesota (7th) and Purdue (11th) in the 13-team tournament hosted by North Texas. Arkansas is currently first at 10-over 570.

Sunday’s final round begins with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. CT. Fans can follow live stats on Golfstat.

Saturday, March 30

Round 2

The Badgers shot 7-over par 287 to finish Saturday’s play in the second round of The Bruzzy, placing them third overall with 286-287=573 (+13) after 36 holes.

Chan completed the day with a 1-over 71 to finish in fourth place with 69-71=140 for even par. Teammate Vanessa Ho climbed one spot from T14 in Round 1 to T13 after Round 2 with a 4-over par 72-72=144.

Carter finished third among Badgers in the second round, improving her game by 10 strokes to finish T32 with 79-69=148. Carter finished par on 13 of 18 holes and also shot three birdies for the big climb.

Alexia Siehl finished Saturday T37 with 70-79=149 (+9) and Kate Brody shot 75 in both rounds to finish T45 with 10-over par 75-75=150.

Round 1

A strong start saw Wisconsin card a 286 (+6) in the opening round of the invitational, placing them in second and trailing leader Arkansas by only one stroke.

Chan shot 1-under par 69 to lead the Badgers after the first 18 holes and finished the round tied for second place. Chan shot an impressive six birdies, including four in a row on holes 4-7 and led the field at 4-under par on the back nine for a stanza during the morning round.

Siehl also finished among the tournament’s top individuals after the first 18 holes, finishing the round tied for fifth at Even par 70 with four birdies. Ho shot 2-over 72 tie for 14th, while freshman Brody completed the opening round T36 at 5-over 75 and Carter held T64 at 9-over 79.

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