The Michigan State women’s golf team played the first two rounds of the Central District Invitational on Monday at the St. Lucie Trail Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida
The Michigan State women’s golf team will play its second tournament of the spring this coming week when the Spartans host the Central District Invitational in Port St. Lucie, Florida, Feb. 20-21. The 54-hole event will take place at the par-72, 6,265 yard St. Lucie Trail Golf Club.
The Michigan State women’s golf team finished the Florida State Match-Up with the final round on Sunday at the Don Veller Seminole Golf Course in Tallahassee, Florida. The Spartans shot an 11-over par 299 on Sunday and finished the tournament 26-over par (294-297-299-890) to take ninth place.
Michigan State men’s golf completed action at the ninth-annual Big Ten Match Play Championship Saturday at Hammock Beach Resort – Conservatory Course (Par-72, 7,183-yards). In consolation play, the short-handed and top-seeded Spartans fell to fourth-seeded Purdue and second-seeded Michigan by matching 4-2 scores.
The Michigan State women’s golf team combined for a 9-over par 297 on day two of the Florida State Match-Up at the Don Veller Seminole Golf Course.
Michigan State men’s golf was upset by Iowa at the Big Ten Match Play Championship Friday afternoon at Hammock Beach Resort – Conservatory Course (Par-72, 7,183-yards). The short-handed and top-seeded Spartans finished all square with eighth-seeded Iowa, but the Hawkeyes won on a tiebreaker based on the number of holes won.
The Michigan State women’s golf team began its 2017 spring schedule with the opening round of the Florida State Seminole Match-Up in Tallahassee, Florida, on Friday at the Don Veller Seminole Golf Course.
Michigan State men’s golf is back in action to open its spring season after a solid fall, kicking off with the Big Ten Match Play Championship on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 9-01. The Spartans look to defend their first-ever Big Ten Match Play title. Last season, the Spartans earned a pair of dominating 5-1 wins to capture the title, stopping Penn State in the third round and Northwestern in the championship.
The Michigan State women’s golf team will play its first tournament of the spring this weekend as the Spartans travel to Tallahassee, Florida, for the Florida State Match-Up. The tournament will run Friday-Sunday and take place at the par-72, 6,260-yard Don Veller Seminole Golf Course.
Michigan State men’s golf enters the new calendar year following a strong finish to 2016. Head coach Casey Lubahn has plenty of reasons to be optimistic and sees this year as a time for the Spartans to compete for the Big Ten Championship.
Just one month into the new year and former Michigan State golfer Ryan Brehm has already competed in two PGA tournaments. After not participating in a PGA tournament since 2009, Brehm has played in seven since last November, and is the 247th best golfer in the world according to the official world golf ranking.
Source: Impact Sports