CLINTON, S.C. - Presbyterian College and head coach Kasay Holbrook Gambrell announced the 2019-20 women’s golf schedule on Wednesday featuring 11 tournaments and highlighted by the 2019 Blue Hose Match Play event.


The fall begins with a return trip to the Golfweek Program Championship, hosted by Golfweek, at the True Blue Golf Club on Pawley’s Island, SC, from September 8-10. PC then travels to a pair of tournaments for the first time, the Elon Women’s Invitational and the Starmount Fall Classic. Elon is hosting at the Alamance Country Club in Burlington, NC, from September 23-24, while UNC Greensboro is hosting at the Starmount Forest Country Club in Greensboro, NC, from September 30-October 1.


The fall then wraps up with three familiar tournaments in October. Winthrop is hosting their annual Women’s Fall Invitational at the Waterford Golf Club in Rock Hill, SC, as a 36-hole one-day event on October 7. Gambrell then hosts the second annual Blue Hose Match Play event at The Patriot Golf Club in Ninety Six, SC, from October 21-22. Wofford’s Terrier Intercollegiate, hosted at the Country Club of Spartanburg from October 28-29, will conclude the fall season for PC.


The spring season opens again at the largest collegiate golf tournament in the nation, the Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Intercollegiate. The College of Charleston is again hosting at Oak Point/Osprey Point from March 1-3 on Kiawah Island, SC. PC then heads to Wofford’s Low Country Intercollegiate at the Moss Creek Golf Club in Hilton Head, SC, from March 14-15. UNCA is hosting the French Broad Invitational at The Cliffs in Asheville, NC, from March 29-31. The season’s penultimate tournament will be at Appalachian State’s Mimosa Hills Intercollegiate, a 36-hole event, contested at the Mimosa Hills Golf and Country Club in Morganton, NC, from April 5-6.


Gardner-Webb hosts the 2020 Big South Women’s Golf Championship at The Patriot Golf Club in Ninety Six, SC, from April 16-18.


“We are excited to add a few new tournaments to our schedule this season as well as host our match play tournament again,” said Coach Gambrell. “Our program has taken huge steps forward in recent years, and we cannot wait to get back on campus this fall to begin putting in the work to reach our goals.”