Scoville 68 puts her in a tie to take the lead after the first round of the Mason Rudolph Championship

Auburn, Ala – Senior Auburn Megan Scoville bogey-free 68 (-4) in a one-on-one tie puts her in the lead after Mason Rudolph’s first round on Friday. Scheufele has punched three of her last five holes at the Vanderbilt Legends Arena to climb the tie for first place. Coincides with Friday round 12The tenth The time Schofill broke 70 in the collegiate championship in her career.

“I played hard today and stayed ghost-free. The only thing I did really well was be patient. It was really windy today which made it difficult to take committed shots at times. I was able to play my game and take it once in her opening round,” Scoville said of her opening round. “As a team, I think we are in a really good position for the next couple of days. We have to keep in mind that a draw would be a great result on every hole if the conditions were the same as today. We’ve been playing really strong golf and you need to keep it going for the next couple of days.”

junior Elena Sens Posted 1-under 71 that was highlighted through a hole-in-one rate of three 12The tenth Gap. Sains hide with a 7 iron from 155 yards and a treble 3research and development Pit field lead in treble scoring at 3-under. Sinz also boasts a top ten spot by one round, sitting in a tie for tenth place apart.

redshirt student Casey Weidenfeld Fired 71 (+1) on tour featuring an eagle at a par 18The tenth Gap. junior Anna Foster He posted 7-on 79 which also contributed to the team’s score.

As a team, Auburn finished in 3-over (291) which is good enough for a fifth in the field of 14. The Tigers finished ahead of four other teams at Golfweek on Friday including sixth seed Ohio State. Auburn is currently nine shots behind championship leader Arizona (-6), two shots from Kentucky in fourth and holds a six-shot advantage over conference competitors LSU, Georgia and Alabama, each in a 9-over par (296).

“It’s hard to get a low round when two players are struggling like today. I’m so proud of Meghan [Schofill]Casey [Weidenfeld]and to us [Sinz] For their consistent play, “Tigers coach Melissa Lulin He said after the first round. Casey hit the ball great but didn’t seem to buy a shot until the last hole. Meghan was solid all day and locked in solid by playing the last five holes at 3-under. Elena’s run was highlighted by an ace she got watched, and the shot was Pure! Tomorrow is moving today so we’ll be ready.”

On Saturday, the Tigers will pair up with players from Kentucky and Washington starting at 9:20 a.m. with a layoff on the first tee. Live tournament registration is available here and on the GolfStat mobile app.


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