MEMPHIS, Tennessee – University of Memphis Head Women’s Golf Coach Jennifer Jordan announced the team’s 2022-23 schedule on Thursday. The list includes 10 tournaments, including a trip to the Bahamas in October and the American Athletic Conference (AAC) Championship in April.
“This team is very excited to start the season again this year at the Intercollegiate, University of South Alabama event in the US,” Jordan noted. “We’ve added some tough events in both the fall and spring and we’re ready to prove ourselves.”
The Tigers will compete next season on some of the best courses in the South, with three tournaments in Alabama, two in Florida and one in South Carolina, Arkansas, Louisiana and Georgia.
The fall schedule is highlighted by the NCAA Women’s Invitational, which will be played October 21-23 at the Ocean Club Golf Course in Atlantis, Bahamas. The AAC Championship wraps up the spring at the Southern Hills Country Club in Brooksville, Florida on April 17-19.
2022-23 Memphis Tigers Women’s Golf Schedule
US Intercollegiate – September 3-5 – Mobile, Ala. (Robert Trent Jones Magnolia Grove & The Crossings)
Hoover Invitational – September 19-20 – Birmingham, Ala. (Hoover Country Club)
Lady Paladin Invitational – September 23-25 - Greenville, SC (Furman University Golf Club)
Lady Red Wolves Classic – October 10-11 – Jonesboro, Ark. (Sage Meadows Country Club)
NCAA Women’s Invitational – October 21-23 – Atlantis, Bahamas (Ocean Club Golf Course)
Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate – Feb 12-14 – New Orleans, La. (English Turn & Country Club)
UNF Collegiate – March 6-7 – Jacksonville, Florida (Jacksonville Golf & Country Club)
Bama Beach Bash – March 19-21 – Gulf Shores, Ala. (Gulf Shores Golf Club)
Brickyard Collegiate – April 10-11 – Macon, Georgia (Brickyard Golf Club)
AAC Championship – April 17-19 – Brooksville, Florida (Southern Hills Country Club)
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