ARROYO GRANDE, Calif. - The Santa Clara University women's golf team is competing in the 12th edition of the Lamkin Grip Cal Poly Invitational, Monday and Tuesday at the Cypress Ridge Golf Course in Arroyo Grande.
SCU will be part of an approximate field of 90 golfers will play Round One on Monday with a noon shotgun start. Final round is set for Tuesday with split tee times from 7:50 to 10 a.m. An awards ceremony will follow the final round.
The Cypress Ridge Golf Course in Arroyo Grande is playing to 6,215 yards with par 73.
For complete results from the first round click here.
In addition to tournament host Cal Poly, the field of teams scheduled to compete in the tournament includes Fresno State, Cal State San Marcos, Cal State Bakersfield, Long Beach State, Sacramento State, UC Riverside, Southern Utah, Idaho State, Montana State, Seattle, Northern Arizona, Boise State and Weber State.
SCU junior Tamara Surtees, a native of Waikoloa, Hawaii, is coming off a tournament win at the 2010 SCU Colby Invitational last week with a final-round 74 at Silver Creek Country Club in San Jose. It was the first-ever collegiate victory for Surtees, who was named an All-West Coast Conference player as a sophomore.
Close friend and SCU teammate, Miki Ueoka, finished in a tie for the tournament lead after regulation play and the two went into a playoff – won by Surtees on the third sudden-death hole.
Her tournament victory came on the heels of an outstanding event in Nipomo, Calif. earlier in the month, where Surtees finished 6th overall at Cal Poly's 2010 Firestone Grill Invitational.
The Broncos are off to a fast start to their 2010-11 season, finishing second as a team in both the Colby Invitational and the Firestone Grill Invitational during the month of October.