NCAA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND 2-RAINED OUT

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Jerry Rich owner of Rich Harvest Farms welcomes everyone out to support the best college golfers in the nation, when the Men’s and Women’s NCAA National Golf Championships get underway May 19-31. The women have started play and the men tee off on Friday May 26th.Well priced tickets on sale at NCAA.Com/Tickets or at the gates of Rich Harvest Farms. Come support your college or your Alma-mater. #Golf.      _____________________________________________________________________

Second Round play of the Women’s NCAA national Championship’s was cancelled on Saturday due to rainy weather. Play resumes on Sunday morning at 7:30 AM with Saturday’s original tee times and pairings.

All 24 teams and the 12 individual players will compete on Monday. Pairings for Monday will be determined by the teams 36 hole scores. The medalist will be decided after 54 holes (instead of 72). The cut will be made after 54 holes and the field will go 8 teams for match play on Tuesday.

Tuesday will see the quarter finals in the morning, and the national semi-finals in the afternoon, which will be shown on The Golf Channel. TGC will have 30 hours of coverage during the championships.

The national championship match will tee off on Wednesday afternoon. Results and pairings can be found at ncaa.com/d1-w-golf-leaderboard-2017. Or at Golfstat.com. Golfersongolf.com will have daily coverage of the championships.

Northwestern University is leading the championship by 2 shots over Kent State University after the first 18 holes, that were completed on Friday.

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