The Kent State women’s golf team will kick off their spring season this weekend in the UCF challenge. The challenge features 18 teams and will begin tomorrow with a shotgun start at 12 PM EST.
Rounds two and three will occur on Monday, with a shotgun start at 8:30 AM EST. Due to weather forecasted on Sunday, no golf will be played.
This will be the 6th consecutive year the Flashes will be playing in the UCF Challenge, most recently winning the event as a team in 2020.
“Excited to get the spring season rolling!,” said head coach Casey VanDamme. “We look forward to some of the ladies stepping up their game and have a great field to test our games right away.”
Live Scoring can be found at the link below
Location: Orlando, FL
Course: Eagle Creek Country Club
Dates: FEB. 3-5
Par: 72, 6367 Yards
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Kent State women’s golf competed in five competitions this past fall, turning in a number of individual and team successes.
First year Veronika Kedronova kicked off her Golden Flash career earning a tie for 1st place in the Dick McGuire Invitational in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Flashes best team finish was at the Evie Odom Invitational in Virginia Beach, Virginia, placing 2nd among the 15 team field.
Sophomore Leon Takagi led the way with three top ten finishes, including finishing 3rd overall in her last two tournaments.