They have gone to Lawsonia just a few times during the first week of the season just to hit a few balls and have traveled to the 10 Iron golf simulator in Fairwater about the same number of times.
The low second round score for Chang was key in her overall placement in the tournament, as she shot +6 par in the first round, shooting four bogeys on holes 13 through 17. With less than two weeks before taking on their Ivy rivals, members of the team said they are confident their hard work this season will allow them to improve on 2017's last-place finish.
The Purdue women's golf team wrapped up an eighth-place showing at the Fifth-Annual Silverado Showdown, on Tuesday, shooting a final-round, four-over par 292 to finish 21-over par, 303-290-292=885, at the North Course at Silverado Resort & Spa. Juniors Austin Bishop and Kyle McAbee each shot 77s in their first round, as did senior Samuel Shih, who returned to competition after almost two months out.
When he was just 12 years old, Lee represented the Commonwealth in the IMG Junior World Championships held at the Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, California and finished tied for No. 41 spot among the more than 100 participants.
"Even though the conditions were bad, we lucked out and were able to play both rounds, which was awesome prep for us", Peng said.
Airway Meadows Golf Club in Gansevoort is believed to have been the first area course to open this year, opening its front nine holes for walkers on April 4.
Following Hasprey in the standings was freshman McKenzie O'Brien who shot +38 par.
The tournament was won by Maize South who shot a 332. "It was within reach last year and with the focus and leadership that I have seen already this year, it is very obtainable as a team". The highlight of the event was Julie Luo's '19 dominant performance, which led her to her first collegiate tournament win.
Felix Dine added a 78 for the Vaqueros, Kotaro Noda shot 79 and Zach Steinberger and Gabe Cloquet carded 80s. Kennesaw State was third at 894, one stroke ahead of the Hokies. "Today was another average day for us, but considering the weather, I'll take that".
CSUF men's golf ended day one of the Wyoming Cowboy Classic in ninth place, finishing with a score of 3-under-par 576. They finished seventh in each of those three trips to state.