Women’s Golf Unveils 2021 Schedule
NORMAN – University of Oklahoma head women’s golf coach Veronique Drouin-Luttrell announced the Sooners’ 2021 spring schedule on Friday.
The No. 9/12 Sooners are slated to compete in four regular-season tournaments, including two in Texas. Their spring will culminate with the Big 12 and NCAA postseason championships.
“We’re very excited to get back into competition mode this spring,” Drouin-Luttrell said. “Our schedule provides us a lot of opportunities to play against some of the best teams in the country. We look forward to getting back on the course and playing as a team.”
The Sooners open on Feb.14-16 at the Moon Golf Invitational at the Duran Golf Club in Melbourne, Fla., for the second time in program history. The Sooners played at the Moon Golf in 2019 and fired the 16th-lowest round in school history (280) to finish T3 at the event.
Oklahoma will then take a few weeks off before traveling to Mesa, Ariz., on March 12-14 for the Clover Cup, where the Sooners have won a pair of team titles in 2013 and 2018, the program’s most recent team title. A Sooner has won medalist honors at three of the last five Clover Cups.
OU then heads south to Dallas for The Bruzzy at Lantana GC on March 28-29 for the first time in school history. The team will close its regular-season slate with the Baylor Invitational at Houston Oaks on April 12-13.
Postseason play opens on April 18 at the Big 12 Championship in Houston, Texas, at Carlton Woods. The Sooners are six-time conference champions and have won a pair of Big 12 titles under Drouin-Luttrell in 2012 and 2014. Oklahoma will learn its NCAA fate on April 28 when the NCAA announces the teams selected for NCAA Regionals, set for May 10-12. The NCAA Championship is slated for May 21-26 at Grayhawk GC in Scottsdale, Ariz.
The Sooners will look to build off a fall season where the team climbed up to No. 2 nationally, led by a pair of top-20 golfers in No. 9 Hannah Screen and No. 20 Libby Winans, as well as Kaitlin Milligan, who owns the school’s single-season scoring record.
The 2021 spring season marks Oklahoma’s 12th year under head coach Drouin-Luttrell, who has turned the program into one of the nation’s strongest. OU’s 10 lowest season scoring averages come under the Quebec native, and her teams have rewritten the program’s record book.
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