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Cowgirls Finish Third At Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach, CA—- Han Xuan Yu Carded a magical hole-in-one on Pebble Beach’s iconic downhill 7th hole as the Oklahoma women’s golf finished third in the Carmel Cup. Finished tied for 6th at 1 under par.

As a result, Yu has five top 10 finishes in the last eight tournaments going back to last season. Her third-place finish for the Cowgirls marked her 17th consecutive top-three finish in her tournament in the regular season dating back to October 2020.

“We saw a lot of good things to build on this week, especially with four players in the top 11,” said the head coach. Greg Robertson Said. “After a rough start, it’s great to see them come back and finish strong today.

“This five-day Pebble Beach experience will be a memory all players will share for the rest of their lives. Han Xuan Yu To get a hole-in-one on the 7th hole, you couldn’t ask for more. ”

The Carmel Cup is unique in its scoring format compared to most collegiate tournaments, as instead of the common four-count scoring format that most events use, each team has six players teeing off and the top five count the individual scores of

last year’s Big 12 Player of the Year, Madison Hinson-Torchardwith a clutch birdie on the 18th hole to tie for sixth, giving him his eighth top-10 finish of his career.

Hinson-Tolchard and Yu were two of only eight players to finish the tournament under par at the famous Pebble Beach.

hayley jones She recorded the second-best round of her career, posting a 3-under-par 69 round to push her to 11 RBIs and finish strong on– Placement finish. The T11 result was her best finish since the Eastlake Cup last fall.

freshman Chitaporn Saithip She finished the first tournament of her career with a 2-under 70 in the final round, up from Finished in 10th place. She finished her Sunday round bogey-free on her 14th hole and also dropped her birdie on 3rd.

I hit 4 birdies that day Rina Tatematsu 4 over 76 as she finished the weekend with a draw of 43rd. Cecily Les Nissenanother freshman making her college debut, rounded out the Cowgirl line-up when she finished on site.

The cowgirls are back in action on September 24th in Norman for the Schooner Fall Classic at Belmar Golf Club. Oklahoma State won by 20 strokes last season, his third win in the competition.

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