Women’s Golf Suspended at Clemson Invitational

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SUNSET, S.C. – The women’s golf team is tied for eighth after 50 holes at the Clemson Invitational on Saturday. Play was suspended late in the evening due to foul weather with the Boilermakers sitting 23-over heading into the final four holes. Purdue is equal with Kansas late in the tournament and two strokes from moving up in the team standings.Junior Danielle du Toit carried over her fine finish on the final nine holes yesterday to shoot a 2-under 70 to complete the second round and is tied for 19th in the field with a 50-hole total of 3-over 204 (77-70-56=203) heading into Sunday’s final four holes. She sits at even-par 56 for the third round. Sophomore Sifat Sagoo is tied for 23rd overall with a tally of 4-over (71-76-57=204) . Sagoo is 1-over par 57 in the third round.Junior Thitapa Pakdeesettakul is at even-par 56 in the final round and sits with a two-day tally of 6-over 283 to find herself in a tie for 38th overall.Kent State continues to lead the invitational with an 8-under team score. The Golden Flashes’ Caley McGinty (-9) leads the individual leaderboard by two strokes over Clemson’s Savannah Grewal.The Boilermakers will wrap up the Clemson Invitational’s final four holes beginning Sunday at 8:30 a.m. Live scoring can be found by clicking here.

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