Clemson Invitational: Ingrid Lindblad dominates to win for the 14th time
24 Mar 2024
by Justin Golba of

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Ingrid Lindblad (LSU Athletics Photo)
Ingrid Lindblad (LSU Athletics Photo)

Ingrid Lindblad of LSU shot a scorching 18-under to win the 2024 Clemson Women's Invitational at the Reserve Club at Lake Keowee in Sunset, S.C.

Lindblad, who won this tournament in 2022 outright and was co-medalist in 2023, shot rounds of 66-67-65 to get to 18-under. Her final round, 7-under 65, consisted of eight birdies and one bogey. She only made three bogeys all week, one in each round.

Lindblad is currently ranked No. 1 in the Golfweek/ Women's Rankings. This is the 14th win in her historic collegiate career. She will not turn her sights to the Augusta National Women's Amateur in two weeks. 

The field is set for the 2024 Augusta National Women's Amateur

Adela Cernousek of Texas A&M finished in solo second place at 8-under, and Anna Morgan of Furman finished in solo third place at 7-under. Audrey Ryu of Furman finished in solo fourth place at 5-under, and Virginie Ding of Vanderbilt, Sara Byrne of Miami, and Natacha Husted of Ole Miss finished T5 at 4-under.

In the team competition, Vanderbilt shot 12-under to win by six shots over Texas A&M, who finished in solo second place at 6-under. 

This was the second win of the season for the Commodores and their first wire-to-wire win.

LSU finished in solo third place at 3-under, Clemson finished in solo fourth place at even par, and Michigan State finished in solo fifth place at 4-over. Ohio State finished in solo sixth place at 6-over, Kentucky finished in solo seventh place at 7-over, and Ole Miss finished in solo eighth place at 10-over. 

1SwedenIngrid LindbladSweden60066-67-65=198
2FranceAdela CernousekFrance40071-67-70=208
3SCAnna MorganSpartanburg, SC30064-73-72=209
4OHAudrey RyuDublin, OH30072-69-70=211
T5Hong KongVirginie DingHong Kong30075-70-67=212

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54-hole women's college tournament hosted by Clemson University. Team (best four scores out of five players each round) and individual competitions.

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