Landfill Tradition Women's Championship: Duke, Clemson share team title
Anna Morgan (Furman Athletics Photo)
The Duke and Clemson Women's Golf teams shot 21-under and held off UCF by one shot to win the co-championship at the Landfall Tradition at The Country Club of Landfall, Pete Dye Course in Wilmington, N.C.
UCF finished in second place at 20-under. Those three teams were 11 shots clear of the field, with Arizona finishing in fourth place at 9-under and Alabama finishing in fifth place at 8-under.
In the Individual competition, Anna Morgan of Furman won by five shots, shooting 14-under and winning her sixth tournament of her career, a new Furman record.
Morgan shot a 3-under 69 in the final round to secure the win. Morgan teed off on No. 9 in the morning's shotgun start. She birdied three of four holes from No. 15 to No. 18 to turn at 3-under.
After a bogey on No. 3, she birdied two of her next three holes for a team-high five birdies to finish at 3-under on the day and solidify the win.
Taylor Kehoe of Alabama and Annabelle Pancake of Clemson shot 9-under to finish T2. Kehoe shot a final round 8-under 64 to propel up the leaderboard.
Morgan's victory, the sixth of her career, establishes a new Paladin record for career wins. She surpasses Paladins Betsy King, Beth Daniel, Dottie Pepper, and Jennifer Perri, who each notched five career wins.
ABOUT THE The Landfall Tradition
54-hole women's college event hosted by
UNC Wilmington. Team (best four scores out of five
players each round) and individual competitions.
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