Women's Golf

The Michigan women's golf team finished fifth at the Landfall Tradition tournament.

Puddled greens coupled with flashes of thunder and lightning plagued the course for the Michigan women’s golf team. Over the weekend, the Wolverines finished their fall season at what was supposed to be a three-day tournament at the Landfall Tradition in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Sophomore Ashley Kim notched a 71 in the first round of UNC’s invitational.

The Wolverines were not allowed their practice round due to safety concerns over Hurricane Michael rolling through the region. Instead of playing the full 18, Michigan merely walked the first nine holes and sat indoors meticulously strategizing how it would attack the new course.

Junior Hannah Ghelfi set personal bests in individual finish, single-round total and 54-hole this weekend.

Michigan couldn't overcome its stiff competition this weekend.

Sophomore Ashley Kim recorded a par and three consecutive birdies to help Michigan defeat Texas A&M, 3-2.

The Wolverines’ finished the three-day East & West Match Play Challenge in sixth place. UC Davis won the tournament by default, because its final round opponent, Iowa State, withdrew from the field.

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The Michigan women’s golf team knew it needed to win for any legitimate chance of qualifying for the NCAA Regional tournament. But the Wolverines couldn’t surmount the heaping task and finished seventh with a score of 883, thus ending their season.

The Michigan women's golf team couldn't hang on to its early lead at the Bryan National Collegiate.

Michigan finished eighth at the Bryan National Collegiate.

Michigan couldn't recover from a less-than-ideal first round.

The Wolverines struggled through their first competition of the spring season, finishing 10th out of 13 teams.

The Michigan women’s golf team wrapped up a challenging fall season with optimism for the spring.

It turned out to be just a two-day event, in which Michigan finished in 11th place with a total score of 593.

The Michigan women’s golf team dug itself into a hole early, but managed to play its way out of it.

The Wolverines finished in 12th place out of a strong 18-team field at the Ruth’s Chris Invitational in Chapel Hill, N.C.with a three-day score of 875.

The Michigan women's golf team started off strong but faltered later on in the tournament.

The Wolverines got off to a strong start, leading the field through Sunday. They couldn’t keep up, however, and steadily collapsed over the course of the tourney.