Chippewa Golfers Head To Georgia

Natalie Johnson and her CMU teammates will play in the 54-hole John Kirk Panther Invitational beginning on Sunday in Stockbridge, Ga.
March 25, 2017

Sunday-Tuesday, March 26-28 • Eagle’s Landing Country Club • Stockbridge, Ga.
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• The Central Michigan women’s golf team begins play on Sunday in the John Kirk Invitational at Eagle’s Landing Country Club.

• The event, in its 24th year, is hosted by Georgia State. It is CMU’s third event of the spring portion of their schedule.

• The 54-hole event comprises three 18-hole rounds, Sunday-Tuesday. The Chippewas participated in the invitational last season, placing 15th in the 15-team event.

• Eagle’s Landing will play to par 72 over 6,033 yards.

• Joining the Chippewas and host Georgia State are Appalachian State, Eastern Kentucky, Florida Gulf Coast, Kansas State, Murray State, Oral Roberts, South Alabama, Tulsa, Alabama-Birmingham, Louisiana-Monroe, Western Carolina, Western Michigan and Winthrop.

• Two teams, Kansas State and Murray State, carry top-100 rankings into the event. Kansas State is ranked 51st, while Murray State is ranked 85th. The rankings are by Golfweek.

• Elon won the tournament in 2016. The Phoenix are not in the field this season.

• Four Chippewas – Natalie Johnson, Bria Colosky, Danielle Sawyer and Kristen Wolfe – are averaging between 80.45 and 81 per 18-hole round for the 2016-17 season.

• Johnson averages 80.45, Colosky, 80.71; Sawyer, 80.85; and Wolfe, 81.

• CMU is coming off a ninth-place finish in the 10-team Grand Canyon University Invitational in Phoenix.

• Colosky, a sophomore, led the Chippewas with an 18th-place finish. She finished with a 76-76-77 — 229 total.

• CMU is scheduled to play in the Dolores Black Falcon Invitational, hosted by Bowling Green, on April 8-9.

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