Under sunny skies and summer-like temperatures, the 10th-ranked Tars women’s golf team posted a third-place finish at the inaugural Rollins Legends Invitational.
Boasting arguably the most challenging field of any Division II tournament this season, the Rollins Legends Invitational lived up to its billing Monday with low scores over the first two rounds.
Over 40 years ago, Rollins women?s golf hosted the first Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational and in those four decades established the tournament as college?s premier spring event. Starting in 2018, the Tars will host a fall tournament with the inaugural Rollins Legends Invitational, November 5-6 at Country Club of Orlando.
Head women’s golf coach Julie Garner will be inducted into the Women’s Golf Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Heading it is last action of the fall in two weeks, Rollins will be ranked No. 10 in the nation as the latest WGCA Division II Coaches Poll was released Monday.
Three Rollins women’s golfers competed as individuals at the Saint Leo Invitational with the trio posted strong finishes on Tuesday.