Purdue Fort Wayne Women’s Golf Returns Sunday


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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The Purdue Fort Wayne Women’s Golf Team will return to the course on Sunday, September 5, when the Mastodons travel to Kewadin, Michigan for the first A-Ga-Ming kickoff.

Event: A-Ga-Ming kicks off
Host: Central Michigan
When: September 5-6 | Shotgun start, 36 holes Sunday (9 a.m.), Monday 18 (9 a.m.)
Or: A-Ga-Ming Golf Course | Kewadin, Michigan
Through: 72
Footage: ~ 6,200 meters
Format: Play 5, take 4
Live results: Nothing

Competing teams
Central Michigan, Purdue Fort Wayne, Oakland.

A-Ga-Ming Golf Resort
We are often asked: “What is A-Ga-Ming?”. A-Ga-Ming stands for a lot of things. For Native Americans, it is a word meaning “on the shore”. For families across the Midwest and across the country, this is a great vacation destination, complete with accommodations, dining and relaxation. For the golfing community, this is a 72-hole golf resort nestled on the shores of Torch Lake and Lake Michigan, in three beautiful locations in Northern Michigan. For everyone, this means the perfect destination for group travel, membership and daily play, dream weddings, celebrations and more! Welcome to A-Ga-Ming Golf Resort, where you’ll find stay and play packages included with unlimited golf, private club memberships, a fairytale wedding venue and more. This premier golf resort has received accolades from distinguished golf critics and publications. Golf Digest magazine awarded the Antrim Dells and Torch courses four stars and named Sundance the third best new golf course in the country for 2006, also giving it 4 1/2 stars in 2009. Golfing in Michigan magazine said: ” A-Ga-Ming has the most spectacular views in the state. ”With the addition of the Charlevoix Country Club in 2017, A-Ga-Ming now offers four incredible courses!

Range of behemoths
Emma Schröder, Laura Caetano, Anna olafsdottir, Kennedy Brooker and Casey bunner will compete for the Mastodons team score. Taylor Norman will compete as an individual.

Last outing
Purdue Fort Wayne finished his first place in the Horizon League with an eighth place in the league championship in West Lafayette, Indiana. Kennedy Brooker shot a career-best 76 on his last lap.

The next time
The Mastodons will head south to Ball State’s Cardinal Classic on September 20-21. The Mastodons haven’t played in the Ball State tournament since 2018, which saw the team set a program record of 54 holes. That record of 940 has since been broken twice.

~ Feel the rumble ~

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