SEC Women’s Golfers of the Week
SEC Golf of the Week – April 8, 2021
Female golfer of the week
Ingrid Lindblad, LSU
So., Halmsted, Sweden
1st place * 71-70-70 211 (-5)
- Won LSU Tiger Golf Classic by three strokes and led LSU to the tag team title.
- Pulled every third round under par
- Second-lowest 56-hole score in tournament and course history since the 2010 refurbishment.
- The team won the tournament with an Under 12 852, a tournament and course record.
- Also tied for third place at Augusta National Women’s Amateur this weekend
Female newcomer of the week
Nicole Whiston, Tennessee
Sophomore | San Diego, California.
LSU Tiger Golf Classic // E-par (75-78-73-216) // T6 (of 78)
- Tied for sixth in the last tournament of the regular season
- She tied her career-best 68 (-4) lap in Tuesday’s second round
- His 15 birdies were the greatest of any golfer on the course
- She made six birdies in the second round and six more in the third round
- In her seventh tournament appearance of the season, this week marked the third time she has finished as Tennessee’s top finisher this season.
- She leads Tennessee with a spring average of 73.75
- She’s posted a score of 73 or better in six of her last 10 rounds
- She was tied for fourth among all LSU Tiger Golf Classic participants in par 5 with a score of 4 under
- This marked his second place in the top 20 of the last three tournaments.
- She has seen 20 of her 21 laps this season be recorded as a scorecard. This percentage of .952 is the best of all Lady Vol
Female Freshman of the Week
Benedetta Moresco, Alabama
- Moresco led the Alabama Women’s Golf Team at LSU Tiger Golf Class, carding rounds of 70-73-73 / 216
- She finished tied for sixth, marking her fourth consecutive top-ten ranking in the tournament.
- The rookie carded 12 birdies in three rounds of play in the LSU Tiger Golf Classic, finishing tied for sixth in the field.
- She finished third in the field with a par 4 rating average, 3.90 GPA and -3 tournament rating.
- She’s averaged 71.67 shots per round over the last four tournaments to beat the Crimson Tide.