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Terrapins Set for Big Ten Championships at Bulle Rock

Terrapins Set for Big Ten Championships at Bulle Rock

COLLEGE PARK, MD — The Maryland women’s golf team will compete in the Big Ten Championships presented by Old National Bank this weekend at Bulle Rock Golf Course in Havre de Grace, Md. Admission and parking for fans are complimentary.

Competition begins Friday with the first round, followed by the second round Saturday and the final round Sunday. The Terrapins will begin teeing off Friday at 9:24 am. Live scoring will be available HERE. Fans can also click HERE for a Bulle Rock scorecard and virtual tour. 

Fifth-years Virginia Bossi, Maria Vittoria Corbi, seniors Karla Elena Vázquez Setzer and Patricie Mackova, junior Panassaya Somchit and sophomore Nicha Yin will be competing for Maryland. 

Last time out, Mackova won the individual title in the Texas Showdown and the Terrapins finished second as a team April 9. 

In last year’s Big Ten Championships, the Terrapins finished fourth and Mackova tied for sixth individually. 

Bulle Rock will also host  the 2025 Big Ten Championships that will feature 18 conference schools for the first time. Named for the first thoroughbred racehorse brought to North America in the early 18th century, Bulle Rock has consistently been ranked as Maryland’s No. 1 public golf course since opening in 1998. The acclaimed Pete Dye design winds through 235 acres near the intersection of the Susquehanna River and Chesapeake Bay. Bulle Rock hosted five consecutive LPGA Championships (now known as the Women’s PGA Championship) from 2005-09, including Annika Sorenstam’s third consecutive victory in 2005 by three strokes over 15-year old amateur Michelle Wie.




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