Summer tournaments wrapping up for women's golf

July 29, 2014



With only a couple of weeks left before the fall semester begins at Auburn, several members of the women's golf team are competing in their final summer tournaments around the country.

Two incoming freshmen are playing in their final junior events before joining the college ranks. Kelli Murphy, a native of Elgin, South Carolina, will be playing in the TRANS Amateur Championship at The Members Club at Woodcreek in her hometown, just on the outskirts of Columbia. The tournament runs today through Friday with a 36-hole cut.

Another freshman, Sophia Schubert of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, will compete in the AJGA Knoxville UnderArmour/Scott Stallings Championship, which began today and continues through Thursday at Oak Ridge Country Club, her home course.

Later this week, rising junior Jamie Yun will compete in the Tennessee Women's Open, which runs Friday through Sunday at Stonehenge Golf Club in Fairfield Glade.

Rising junior Alex Harrell will wrap up the summer by playing in the Women's Southeastern Challenge Match, in which 12 players each from Alabama, Florida and Georgia will compete in 54 holes of team match play. The tournament runs Aug. 11-12 at Reynolds Plantation near Eatonton, Georgia.

Links and info:

TRANS Amateur Championship (Kelli Murphy) | July 29-Aug. 1 | Elgin, S.C. | Live Scoring

AJGA Knoxville UnderArmour/Scott Stallings Championship (Sophia Schubert) | July 29-31 | Oak Ridge, Tenn. | Live Scoring

Tennessee Women's Open (Jamie Yun) | July 31-Aug. 2 | Fairfield Glade, Tenn. | Live Scoring

Women's Southeastern Challenge Match (Alex Harrell) | Aug. 11-12 | Eatonton, Ga. | Tournament Info