- Captain Trips-ville, Planet Houston
NCAA Women's Championship: http://results.golfstat.com/public/leaderboards/gsnav.cfm?pg=team&tid=17030
Just a GodAwful day for our kids. We shot +28 as a team with no one shooting below 77. One girls shot a 90.NCAA Women's Championship: http://results.golfstat.com/public/leaderboards/gsnav.cfm?pg=team&tid=17030
2 observations, 1, it appears that the worse ranked teams went first (makes sense). 2, all the teams that have made it to the back nine are double digit black numbers.Just a GodAwful day for our kids. We shot +28 as a team with no one shooting below 77. One girls shot a 90.
Can't believe that on the 9th hole, a 264 yard par 4, we had 4 bogies and a double. I know it's uphill, but it's 264! That's a killer.Not a great day for sure but whoever set this golf course up deserves some blame. I don’t know what’s going on but this course is eating everyone up. It should be set up so even par is a good score not the lowest round of the day. Be interesting to see what some of the top ranked teams can do.
I haven't heard any mention of the weather. I guess it's just a tough course.Is the weather a factor in Fayetteville? Got to check NWS.
They actually started three freshmen but the third was +16. Since we lose only one senior, we should expect a return to the tourney next year.Really great showing for the women for their first time at nationals. They are the leaders in the clubhouse from the morning wave at +41, beating #5 Kent State, #8 Vanderbilt, #9 Florida State, #11 Florida, #15 UCLA and #17 Virginia, among others.
It looks like they will probably finish in 11th and miss match play, unless some teams ahead of them completely collapse. But it's always fun to be in the clubhouse and watch the teams ahead of you drop down.
The two freshmen both finished at -3 for their final round today, so that's a great sign for the future of the program.