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Florida wins SEC Women's Golf Championship

89 days ago
SEC Staff

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-- Eighth-ranked Florida won the 2017 SEC Women's Golf Championship Sunday with a three-day total of 22-under 842 here at Greystone's Legacy Course.

The Gators entered the day tied with a five-stroke lead and fired a final round 10-under 278 to claim their ninth SEC title and first since 2008. Florida also set a record for the lowest three-day SEC Championship total.

No. 1 Alabama (295-285-275-855) and No. 6 Georgia (287-282-286--855) tied for second, followed by No. 13 Arkansas (283-287-287-857), No. 20 Texas A&M (282-290-288-860), No. 11 South Carolina (286-290-284-860), Tennessee (287-286-290-863), LSU (294-292-287-873), Vanderbilt (287-302-293-882), Kentucky (291-296-298-885), Mississippi State (295-300-292-887), Missouri (302-295-292-889), Ole Miss (296-295-300-891) and Auburn (300-297-297-894).

South Carolina's Katelyn Dambaugh claimed medalist honors with a 12-under 204. She carded rounds of 68, 70 and 66, and her three-day total is an SEC Championship record. Dambaugh, who was the 2016 runner-up, won the individual title by one stroke over Georgia's Harang Lee (205). Florida's Kelly Grassel (208) was third.

Regional action for NCAA Women's Golf will take place May 8-10.

2017 SEC Women's Golf Championship

Final Results

Greystone Golf & Country Club

Par 72

6190 Yards

Team Leaderboard

1. Florida-284-280-278-842 (-22)

T2. Georgia-287-282-286-855 (-9)

T2. Alabama-295-285-275--855 (-9)

4. Arkansas-283-287-287--857 (-7)

T5. Texas A&M-282-290-288--860 (-4)

T5. South Carolina-286-290-284-860 (-4)

7. Tennessee-287-286-290--863 (-1)

8. LSU-294-292-287--873 (+9) 

9. Vanderbilt-287-302-293--882 (+18)

10. Kentucky-291-296-298--885 (+21)

11. Mississippi State-295-300-292--887 (+23)

12. Missouri-302-295-292--889 (+25)

13. Ole Miss-296-295-300--891 (+27)

14. Auburn-300-297-297--894 (+30)