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Chattanooga's Brooke Pancake from the University of Alabama (left) and Spring Hill's Lauren Stratton
from Vanderbilt University (right) will tee it up at Vanderbilt Legends Club May 22-25


Best Women’s Collegiate Golfers Coming to Vanderbilt Legends Club May 22-25 for NCAA Championship

The finest collegiate women golfers in America, including teams representing both Tennessee and Vanderbilt, will converge on the Vanderbilt Legends Club May 22-25 for the NCAA Division I Golf Championship.

The 72-hole team and individual competition featuring 126 golfers begins Tuesday, May 22, with tee times starting at 7:30 a.m., CT. The Vanderbilt and Tennessee squads start play Tuesday at 1 p.m., then return for the second round Wednesday at 8:25 a.m.

Brooke Pancake, a former prep standout from Chattanooga now playing at the University of Alabama, also will participate in the championship.

All-session tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for youth. Single-day tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for youth. Tickets are available at www.ncaa.com or at the gate. Parking also is free to the public at the neighboring First Presbyterian Church.

The NCAA championship will be contested on Vanderbilt Legends' par-72 North course. The 6,377-yard layout was designed by Tom Kite. It is located just three miles off Interstate 65 in Franklin, near the intersection of Mack Hatcher Memorial Parkway and Franklin Road.

Various links to NCAA Championship are below:
Participating teams
Championship Pairings
NCAA Championship Central