WOMEN'S GOLF WILL ENJOY SOME TRAVEL IN 2015-16
Florida, Puerto Rico...California?
The Louisville women's golf schedule has been released and in our continuous effort to provide our readers the joy and excitement of UofL women's sports....we are pleased to reveal this schedule to you.
(I might also add that if the women's golf team ever wants a dedicated reporter to cover away matches...I'd be willing to serve...all expenses covered, of course...).
The women's golf team at UofL participates in both fall and spring sports. They are one of several programs who have a fall and spring schedule. You could say that golf has a winter schedule, too...since they have matches scheduled in January and February. Fortunately, these are in Florida and Puerto Rico and not in Louisville or Buffalo.
They'll open the fall portion of their schedule at the Highlands Golf Course at the Atlanta Athletic Club in Atlanta, GA. on Sept, 9th...in the Fall Kickoff. This Robert Trent Jones designed course is challenging and there is no lack of sand available to avoid.
(I could be persuaded to hang around after Louisville Football's opening game against Auburn in Atlanta. Just sayin')
|We're pretty sure the Mason Rudolph Championship isn't|
named in honor of the Oklahoma State quarterback.
The Tar Heel Invitational follows in Chapel Hill, NC Oct 9-11th. The football Cards play N.C State Oct 3rd. in Raleigh. I could be persuaded to stick around...
The Cards return home to host the annual Cardinal Cup from Oct 19th.-20th. They're bringing in Florida State, Illinois, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech and Wisconsin. This is some very competitive golf. It could be fun to watch in Simpsonville.
|great things down the road for Louisville Women's golf.|
The University of Louisville women's golf program has a long and storied tradition of having excellent student-athletes in their program. They have a current roster of some incredible players. With their association with the ACC, they will continue to have access to "the best of the best".
Louisville has a dedicated and energetic Athletic Director in Tom Jurich that will continue to encourage and create opportunities for this program to grow, achieve and prosper. We are the best college sports town and program in the NCAA. Louisville is what the others want to be.
Courtney Trimble and Mary Bryan have made Louisville women's golf relevant and competitive again. We look forward to their successes.