INDIANAPOLIS --- The NCAA Division I Women's Golf Committee has announced the teams and individuals selected to participate in the 2023 NCAA Division I Women's Golf Regionals. A nation-leading 13 Southeastern Conference teams will be joining the field.
Regional play will take place May 8-10 at six regional sites, with a total of 396 student-athletes competing. All six regional sites will have 12 teams and six individuals. The top five teams (30 teams total) and the low individual not on an advancing team (six individuals total) from each regional site, 156 student-athletes total, will advance to play in the national championships to be played May 19-24 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. Championship play will be hosted by Arizona State and The Thunderbirds, with the final three days of the championships televised live by the GOLF Channel.
The SEC teams selected to the field are listed below.
|No. 1 LSU||Palm Beach Gardens||PGA National Resort|
|No. 1 Mississippi State||Westfield Regional||The Club at Chatham Hills Golf Course|
|No. 1 South Carolina||Athens Regional||University of Georgia Golf Course|
|No. 1 Texas A&M||San Antonio Regional||TPC San Antonio|
|No. 2 Auburn||San Antonio Regional||TPC San Antonio|
|No. 3 Ole Miss||Athens Regional||University of Georgia Golf Course|
|No. 3 Vanderbilt||Westfield Regional||The Club at Chatham Hills Golf Course|
|No. 4 Florida||Raleigh Regional||Lonnie Poole Golf Course|
|No. 5 Georgia||Athens Regional||University of Georgia Golf Course|
|No. 5 Kentucky||Pullman Regional||Palouse Ridge Golf Club|
|No. 7 Tennessee||Westfield Regional||The Club at Chatham Hills Golf Course|
|No. 8 Arkansas||Palm Beach Gardens||PGA National Resort|
|No. 9 Alabama||Palm Beach Gardens||PGA National Resort|