2017-18 WGOLF Schedule Announced
Sept. 6, 2017


2017-18 Schedule / 2017-18 Roster

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue women’s golf head coach Devon Brouse announced the Boilermakers’ 2017-18 schedule Wednesday, including three fall dates and Purdue’s first scheduled home tournament since 2009. The Boilermakers open things up Sept. 11 at the Minnesota Invitational, set to play in the same season-opening tournament for the fourth straight year.

Purdue’s three fall dates will be familiar ones, following up Minnesota with Northwestern’s Windy City Collegiate Classic on Oct. 2-3 and concluding 2017 with the 16th-annual Landfall Tradition. More familiarity awaits the Boilermakers’ in 2018, hosting the 16th-annual Lady Puerto Rico Classic at Rio Mar Country Club, followed by their second trip in as many seasons to The Dickson, hosted by the University of Houston at The Woodlands Country Club.

The Boilermakers head west to the Arizona Wildcat Invitational to open March, and then follow-up with a trip to visit former assistant coach Carolina Hegg at the 3M Augusta Invitational, hosted by Augusta University at Forest Hills Country Club. Purdue makes it first-ever trip to the Clemson Invitational, set to play at the Reserve at Lake Keowee, followed by the Boilermakers’ first outing at the Silverado Showdown, hosted by Colorado and Oregon in Napa, California.

Purdue will play its first scheduled tournament in West Lafayette since the 2009 Big Ten Championships, hosting the Lady Boilermaker Classic on April 14-15. The Boilermakers’ hosted make-up events on Kampen Course in 2013 and 2014, after being rained out at scheduled tournaments. This will be the first tournament hosted by the Boilermakers on the newly-renovated Ackerman-Allen Golf Course.

The Big Ten Championships returns to TPC River’s Bend in Maineville, Ohio for the second straight year, while the four 2018 NCAA Regionals will be held at Stanford, Texas, Wisconsin and Florida State. The 2018 NCAA Championships will be held at Karsten Creek Golf Club, the home course of Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

 

 

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