The 2022 Meijer LPGA Classic will take place from June 16-19 at Blythefield Country Club in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The official tour event will feature 144 of the world’s best players competing over four days. Current MSU golfer Valery Plata and former Spartan Liz Nagel will tee off in the same group on Thursday morning at 9:16 a.m. The same group will start on Friday at 2:16 p.m.
Michigan State sophomore women’s golfer Leila Raines will take part in the NCAA Championships beginning on Friday, May 20 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. Raines will be one of 12 individuals along with 24 teams (132 players) competing over 54 holes from Friday, May 20 to Sunday, May 22.
Michigan State’s men’s golf team made a run to pull within five strokes of the final qualifying spot in the final spot, but fell short and finished in eighth place among 13 teams at the NCAA Bryan Regional at the Traditions Clubs in Texas.
The Michigan State men’s golf team will begin play in the NCAA Bryan Regional on Monday morning at the Traditions Club in Bryan, Texas. The Spartans are making their fifth NCAA Regional appearance in the last seven years. The Spartans are seeded No. 7 in the regional and were one of 13 teams selected to compete at the Traditions Club.
Michigan State’s women’s golf team posted its best score of the tournament, a 2-over par 290, in the final round, but finished in fifth place among 12 teams at the NCAA Stillwater Regional, held at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Oklahoma on Wednesday afternoon. While the Spartans missed qualifying for the NCAA final as a team by finishing out of the top four, sophomore Leila Raines earned an individual invite as one of the top two finishers not on one of the top four teams.
Michigan State’s women’s golf team shot a 4-over par 292 in the second round and sits in fifth place among 12 teams heading into the final round of the NCAA Stillwater Regional, being played at Karsten Creek Golf Club (par-72, 6,303 yards) in Oklahoma.
Michigan State’s men’s golf team was selected to play in the NCAA Regionals for the fifth time in the last six years and will travel to play in the Bryan NCAA Regional at the Traditions Club in Texas.
On Wednesday, Michigan State freshman men’s golfer Ashton McCulloch was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Year as the conference office announced season award winners. McCulloch was one of three Spartans to earn All-Big Ten honors. Senior James Piot was selected to the All-Big Ten First Team, while McCulloch and sophomore August Meekhof were named to the All-Big Ten Second Team.
Michigan State’s men’s golf team went into the back nine of the final round in a back-and-forth battle with Illinois but came up short as the Spartans ended up finishing one shot off the pace and in second place at the Big Ten Championships, held at The Pete Dye Course at the French Lick Resort in Indiana.
Michigan State’s men’s golf team shot a 13-over par 301 on Saturday in the second round of the Big Ten Championships and will enter Sunday’s final round with a one-shot lead at The Pete Dye Course at the French Lick Resort in Indiana.
Michigan State’s men’s golf team fired a 12-under par 276 and has four golfers among the top-10 overall and all five among the top-20 to take an 8-shot lead after the first round of the 2022 Big Ten Championships, which started on Friday at The Pete Dye course at the French Lick Resort in Indiana.
The Michigan State women’s golf team will take part in the NCAA Stillwater Regional, it was announced Wednesday by the NCAA. The Spartans were an at-large selection and are the No. 5 seed among 12 teams in the Stillwater Regional, hosted by top seed Oklahoma State. The Stillwater Regional will be played from May 9-11 at Karsten Creek Golf Club, the home course for Oklahoma State.
Michigan State’s women’s golf team made a late run and went into the final few holes at the Big Ten Championships tied, but could not take the lead and finished in second place at Fox Chapel Golf Club in Pittsburgh, Pa. Trailing by four shots entering the final round on Sunday, the Spartans pulled to within one or two shots on the front nine and tied leader Michigan going into the final five holes.
Michigan State’s men’s golf team is in seventh place among 13 teams after two rounds of play at the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate, being hosted by Ohio State at the Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio.
Michigan State’s women’s golf team will enter the final round of the Big Ten Championship tied for second place and four shots off the lead after finishing Saturday’s second round with a 4-over par 288 at Fox Chapel Golf Club in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Michigan State’s women’s golf team fired a 2-under par 282 and holds a three-shot lead after the first round of the Big Ten Championship, being played at Fox Chapel Golf Club in Pittsburgh, Pa. The Spartans were the only team to finish below par on Friday.
The Michigan State women’s golf team will look to defend its title this weekend when the Spartans begin play in the Big Ten Championship. The three-round event will take place Friday-Sunday, April 22-24, at Fox Chapel Golf Club (par 71, 6,045 yards) in Pittsburgh, Pa. The Spartans tee off at 10:18 a.m., playing with Illinois and Michigan.
He didn’t make the cut and didn’t have the rounds that he would have hoped, but Michigan State men’s golfer James Piot said his experience at The Masters was something that he will never forget.
James Piot got a rude introduction to Augusta National Golf Club on Thursday and now will be hard-pressed to make it to the weekend. Canton native and Michigan State golfer shot a nine-over par 81 in the opening round of the Masters on Thursday afternoon in Augusta, Georgia.“Obviously extremely bummed with how I played,” Piot told reporters afterward. “It’s going to stink for a little bit, but it’s the Masters, it doesn’t get any cooler than this. I’m just going to soak in the experience.”