Florida women’s golf head coach Emily Glaser announced the team’s 2021-22 schedule Friday.
The season starts with four events in the fall. The Cougar Classic will be held in Charleston, South Carolina, Sept. 13-14. Vanderbilt University will host the Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship Sept. 24-26 in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Gators then head north to Chicago Oct. 4-5 to participate in the Windy City Classic before Mississippi State hosts The Ally at Old Waverly to conclude the first half of the season. Florida finished in a tie for sixth at The Ally last year.
Once the Gators return from winter break, they’ll have three straight in-state tournaments. Florida tees it up in sunny Boca Raton, Florida, for the FAU Paradise Invitational Feb. 7-8 which will be followed by The Moon Golf invitational in Melbourne, Florida, Feb. 20-22.
The Gators return home March 4-5 for the 50th annual Vystar Gators Invitational. Florida aims to defend its title for the seventh straight season.
The team will play in two more events cap off the regular season. The Gators take a trip to the West Coast for the Mountain View International in Tucson, Arizona, March 18-20. Five days later, the team will play in the Clemson Invitational in Clemson, South Carolina.
A few weeks later, Florida’s postseason will kick off at the SEC Championship at Greystone Golf Club in Birmingham, Alabama, April 13-17. The Gators struggled at this course last season, finishing in a tie for ninth.
The NCAA Regionals are slated for May 9-11 with locations to be announced at a later date. Florida saw its season end at the Stanford Regional last season.
Should Florida fare better this season, the road leads to the NCAA Championship May 20-25, which will once again be hosted at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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