Women's Golf Starts Landfall Tradition In Fifth Place After 18
Oct. 26, 2007
WILMINGTON, N.C. - Michigan State's women's golf team finished fifth after one round of the sixth-annual Landfall Tradition, hosted by UNC Wilmington at the 72-par (6,072 yards) Jack Nicklaus Course at the Country Club of Landfall. On the whole, MSU picked up nine birdies for a day total of 299. No. 11 Purdue fashioned a 287 for a three-stroke advantage in the women's competition after a soggy, rain-soaked opening day.
Sara Brown led the Spartans, breaking even after 18 holes, posting a team-high three birdies, tying for sixth at 72. Both Laura Kueny and Aimee Neff wrapped up the day at three over par, good for tied for 14th, and although Michelle Bowles also carded three birdies, the freshman finished the round at five over par. Jordyn Wells rounded out the Spartans, shooting 11 over.
Saturday's actoin will begin at 9:12 a.m.
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