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Tigers travel to Kiawah Island for second Spring tournament – Clemson Tigers official track site | Instant News

Clemson, SC – The Clemson Women’s Golf Team is set to return to the course as they take the short hike to participate in the Palmetto Spring Intercollegiate February 21-22. The event, which is hosted by the College of Charleston, will take place on the 6,021 yard, par 72 Turtle Point course located at the Kiawah Island Resort in Kiawah Island, SC The tournament marks the first of two program events held in the State of South Carolina as the Tigers are set to host the Clemson Invitational March 26-28 at The Reserve on Lake Keowee. Out of the 10-team field, seven programs enter the Palmetto Intercollegiate with at least one spring tournament completed while NC State and Virginia lead the field with two events already stored in 2021. Having finished eighth of 15 teams in the Opening the LTWF Heroes Ladies Intercollegiate season in Sarasota, Fla., fifth-year head coach Kelley Hester is looking to lead her team to a top spot. The same lineup composed of Ivy Shepherd, Annabelle Pancake. Alexandra Swayne, Savannah Grewal and Gracyn Burgess will headline the national competition. Shepherd, 36th ranked player in the country according to Golfweek, led the Tigers last time after placing in the top 15. Shooting a tie in the 54-hole event, the junior shot rounds 72-70-74, moving her career total to 22 rounds at par or better. The Peachtree City, Ga. Native, who saw her score count during the three days of the season opener, now has her score tallied in 46 of her 49 career rounds. Savannah Grewal was second among the Clemson squad in the season opener after shooting 74-74-73 for a finish of five over par. In her first collegiate event, rookie Annabelle Pancake finished with an aggregate score of seven over par, 223, to finish 31st in the player standings. The tournament kicks off Sunday morning with the course playing 36 continuous holes of play before concluding the event on Monday with 18 holes of action. FIELDClemson, College of Charleston, Duke, East Carolina, Furman, Indiana, North Carolina, NC State, (5) Virginia, (22) Virginia Tech and (7) Wake ForestRankings provided by Golfweek / Sagarin survey as of February 18

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