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Women's Golf - Fri, Apr. 11, 2008
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OLD HICKORY, Tenn. - The TranSouth Athletic Conference Women's Golf Championships will be held on the General's Retreat Course at the Hermitage Golf Course on April 14-15, 2008. The public is invited to attend.

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Format: 36 holes of medal play (18 each day)
Play five, count four low each day

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Directions to Course
General's Retreat Scorecard
TranSouth Women's Golf Tournament Policies

Hermitage Golf Course
3939 Old Hickory Boulevard
Old Hickory, Tenn. 37138

All-TranSouth/All-Tournament Awards

Team Champion - Trevecca Nazarene
Medalist/Player of the Year - Leslie Garside, Lambuth
All-Tournament/All-TranSouth - Leslie Garside, Lambuth - Brooke Dillehay, Trevecca - Alyssa Moe, Trevecca - Betsy Beaver, Trevecca - Emily Muse, Bethel College - Lyndi Brown, Martin Methodist
Freshman of the Year - Emily Muse, Bethel College
Coach of the Year - Michael Johnson, Trevecca Nazarene

TranSouth Women's Golf Scholar-Athletes

Bethel College

Laura Turner

Lyon College

Jennifer Flegel
Chelsea Wilson

Martin Methodist

Jessica Holt          

Jessica White 

Trevecca Nazarene

Betsy Beaver

2007-08 Region XI Tournament

May 1-2, 2008, Practice round on April 30, 2008
Maywood Country Club, Bardstown, Ky.
Campbellsville University is host school

  • Thirty-six (36) hole tournament, eighteen (18) holes each day. Play five and count the lowest four.
  • Eleven teams from the Mid-South Conference and the TranSouth Athletic Conference. The region currently has eleven (11) teams which enables each school to participate.
  • Up to three (3) individuals not on one of these teams can participate in the region golf tournament if their school does not field a complete team.

Rain Plan

  • If rain eliminates play on day one the tournament will be 18 holes played on day two.
  • If rain eliminates play on day two the winner will be the highest nationally ranked team in the tournament.
  • If weather, time and course conditions permit the 18 hole completed tournament could be played 9 holes on day one and 9 holes on day two. Every school in the field would need to complete the same 9 holes each day.