Contributed by Gregory Ostendorf/AU Athletics
The Auburn women’s golf team is coming off back-to-back top three finishes in the fall, including a victory at the Liz Murphey Fall Collegiate Classic, and will look to carry that momentum into the spring with four tournaments lined up before the postseason.
The 2021 spring schedule was finalized this week.
The Tigers will begin the new year in Melbourne, Florida, where they will compete in the Moon Invitational on Feb. 14-16. The annual tournament, hosted by the University of Louisville at Duran Golf Club, is sponsored by Anne (Hutto) Moon and her husband Dan. Moon played golf at Auburn in the early 2000s under former head coach Kim Evans.
Auburn will play two tournaments in the month of March, beginning with the Gamecock Intercollegiate hosted by South Carolina. The three-day competition will take place from March 1-3 at the Columbia Country Club.
Two weeks later, Auburn will travel to Athens, Georgia, to compete in the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic. The tournament, scheduled for March 19-21, will be held at the UGA Golf Course, the same course where the Tigers won their team title in the fall and where Megan Schofill earned medalist honors as an individual.
Auburn will wrap up the spring slate with the LSU Tiger Golf Classic, a two-day event that will take place April 6-7 from the LSU Golf Course in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
This year’s SEC Championship will once again be held at Greystone Golf & Country Club in Birmingham, Alabama. The tournament is scheduled for April 14-18. The NCAA Regionals are set for May 10-12 with locations to be determined, while the NCAA Championship will begin May 21 from the Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.