DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (4/15/23) – The Arkansas State women’s golf team will tee off Sunday in the first round of the Sun Belt Conference Women’s Golf Championship at LPGA International Hills Course in Daytona Beach, Fla.
This marks the fourth consecutive year that the Sun Belt Women’s Golf Championship will be contested at LPGA International. The 54-hole tournament features three rounds of stroke play on the par-72, 6,200-yard course. All rounds of competition begin at 7 a.m. (CT) in a split-tee format with seven teams teeing off No. 1 and six teams starting at No. 10. All three rounds will be broadcast live on ESPN+ with live results on Golfstat.com.
A-State ranks seventh in the league with a stroke average of 297.30 entering the championship. No. 3 seed ULM carries the lowest stroke average (292.50) into the tournament with top seed James Madison (293.19) just behind. The Red Wolves are paired with sixth-seeded Georgia State in the opening round and the Panthers rank third in the league with a stroke average of 294.63. Seeding for the championship is based off Golfstat national rankings.
Olivia Schmidt is the top-ranked individual for A-State in the field coming in at third in the league with a scoring average of 73.10. She will be joined in the lineup by Elise Schultz (75.00), Morgan Beaulieu (74.93), Charlotte Menager (75.76) and Casey Sommer (76.78). Kayla Burke (76.41) is also on the trip as an alternate.
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