Pepperdine women’s golf team wins Golfweek Red Sky Classic

The Waves are currently the No.9-ranked NCAA DI golf team and have won the tournament six times in program history

Pepperdine, ranked ninth in NCAA DI women's golf, won the Golfweek Red Sky Classic on Wednesday in Wolcott.
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The No. 9-ranked Pepperdine women’s golf team topped 16 other NCAA programs to secure the team title at the Golfweek Red Sky Classic in Wolcott on Wednesday. The Waves put four athletes in the top-15 and finished with a three-day score of 864 (285-288-291), winning the tournament for the sixth time in program history. Pepperdine had the top score on each of the three days of competition, finishing 10 points ahead of runner-up New Mexico State.

Kaleiya Romero tied for third overall with a three-day total of 214 (73-70-71) on Red Sky Golf Club’s par-72 Fazio course. New Mexico State’s Alison Gastelum took the individual crown with a 209 (71-70-68).

Team results

  • Pepperdine: 864 (285-288-291)
  • New Mexico State: 874 (295-297-282)
  • Kennesaw State University: 888 (295-306-287)
  • Boise State: 892 (299-299-294)
  • Mercer University: 893 (297-302-294)
  • Arkansas State: 895 (291-310-294)
  • Central Arkansas: 895 (298-304-293)
  • High Point: 895 (294-296-305)
  • Wofford College: 899 (298-305-296)
  • UNCG: 899 (304-304-291)
  • South Dakota State: 909 (297-318-294)
  • East Tennessee State: 910 (302-308-300)
  • Murray State: 921 (301-312-308)
  • Ball State: 921 (308-312-301)
  • UIC: 921 (307-306-308)
  • Little Rock: 925 (303-319-303)

Colonial Country Club wins 36th annual Vail International Pro-Am golf tournaments

The 36th annual Vail International Pro-Am saw 30 teams play at Frost Creek, Red Sky and County Club of the Rockies Sept. 18-20. Colonial Country Club out of Fort Worth, Texas tallied a 48-under par score over 54-holes to secure the team title and Carlos Sainz from Houston Oaks Country Club was the individual champion with an 11-under score.

Started in 1998 by CCR’s current golf professional emeritus Tom Apple and Pete Seibert, founder of Vail and former CCR club manager, the event has raised more than $500,000 for local charities, including First Tee of the Rocky Mountains, YouthPower365 and Can-Do Foundation according to a press release.

“This event has, since the beginning with Pete Seibert’s vision, established the Vail Valley as one of the top summer destinations for golf around the country,” Apple stated in the release.

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“Participants are dedicated to the charitable causes while the players engage in fierce and fun competition at a very high level.”

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