Oct. 23, 2015
by Chris Masters
WILMINGTON, N.C. — The University of Notre Dame women’s golf team has two prime opportunities in front of it — the chance to erase the memory of a tough performance last weekend and add to their postseason resume by picking up some key wins over higher-ranked teams — as the Fighting Irish begin their final tournament of the 2015-16 fall season at 8:30 a.m. (ET) Friday in the first round of the Landfall Tradition on the Pete Dye Course (par 72/6,157 yards) at the Country Club of Landfall in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Dates: Oct. 23-25, 2015
Format: 54 holes (18 holes Friday-Sunday)
Tee Times: 8:30 a.m. ET Friday-Saturday (split-tee starts); 8:45 a.m. ET Sunday (shotgun start)
Location: Wilmington, North Carolina
Course (Par/Yardage): Country Club of Landfall -- Pete Dye Course (par 72/6,157 yards)
Tournament Field (in order of latest Golfstat ranking): Duke (2), Alabama (8), Oklahoma State (12), Virginia (14), Purdue (20), Clemson (27), North Carolina State (30), Ohio State (31), Michigan State (33), North Carolina (38), South Carolina (41), Wake Forest (43), Notre Dame (51), UCF (56), Elon (71), Penn State (84), UNCW (93) and Kentucky (97).
Notre Dame Lineup (2015-16 stroke average): Isabella DiLisio (72.45), Emma Albrecht (73.27), Jordan Ferreira (74.36), Talia Campbell (73.09), Maddie Rose Hamilton (75.09), Kari Bellville (74.91 -- competing as individual)
Live Scoring: Golfstat.com
Here’s a look at five things you need to know as Notre Dame steps to the first tee on the Dye Course at Landfall on Friday morning:
For more information on the Notre Dame women's golf program, visit the women's golf page of the official Fighting Irish athletics web site (UND.com/ndwomensgolf), sign up to follow the Notre Dame women's golf Twitter feed (@NDwomensGolf)) or register for the Irish ALERT text-messaging system through the "Fan Center" pulldown menu on the front page at UND.com.
Chris Masters, associate athletics communications director at the University of Notre Dame, has been part of the Fighting Irish athletics communications team since 2001 and coordinates all media efforts for the Notre Dame women's golf and women's basketball programs. A native of San Francisco, California, Masters is a 1996 graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University, earned his master's degree from Kansas State University in 1998, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).