Golf Travel Deals
During these tough economic times, finding an affordable golf vacation is even more important. We're here to help. Here are some of the deals we've found for you. And if you know of a great deal that's not on this list, send it to us. Happy traveling.
The place: Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort
The details: From March 27 through Nov. 24, the package includes: overnight lodging accommodations, 18 holes of golf with cart and full breakfast. Non-golfers receive their choice of one of four spa treatments at Spa Shawnee and Salon as part of the package price.
Package rates start at $136 per person, per night, and include all taxes and resort fees. An enhanced golf & spa package is available and includes a spa treatment upgrade.
The non-golfing guest may choose from one of four 30-minute spa treatments: Shawnee All-Natural Body Wrap, Gleason's Glow Golf Wrap, Shawnee Ski Lift Wrap and the Bride-to-be Body Wrap. All treatments include hydrotherapy. A massage option highlights the enhanced package.
How to book: 800-742-9633
' Posted Mar. 26
The place: Maderas Golf Club, San Diego, Calif.
The details: Free round of golf on your birthday. Guests are asked to present their valid drivers license at check-in to receive a complimentary round, including practice balls and a cart within 14 days of their birthday. The offer is valid through December 31, 2009.
How to book: 858-451-8100
' Posted Mar. 25
The place: Shingle Creek Golf Club, Orlando, Fla.
The details: $139 + tax single occupancy and $199 + tax for double occupancy.
Double occupancy bookings includes two rounds of golf per day.
Package Includes: deluxe accommodations, golf cart, range balls, free drink coupon at the course, discounted lunch coupon (50% off at Par-Take and 25% off at ALR daytime.)
Offer valid on: March 12-14, 21-23 April 3-4, 9-12, 22-23, 26 May 9-11,
How to book: 866-996-6338
' Posted Mar. 13
The place: Poipu Bay, Kauai
The details: Enjoy three rounds of golf on the former host course of the Grand Slam of Golf for $410 plus tax (includes green fees, shared cart and practice on the driving range). For guests staying at the adjacent Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa, the package is offered at $352 plus tax. Five-round packages, ten-round packages, and afternoon discounts are also available.
How to book: 800-262-1400
' Posted Mar. 2
The place: Princeville - Prince Course, Kauai
The details: 2009 Tease for Two Package ' This package is designed for two people 'one who wants to play golf and one who prefers a massage at the Princeville Spa. Or, with the purchase of two packages a couple can indulge in a round of golf and a massage for each of them. $275 per package plus tax. Also includes a Kauai-made welcome amenity.
The fine print, enlarged: Package valid through 2009. Some blackout dates may apply. Prices are subject to change without notice.
How to book: 800-826-1105
' Posted Mar. 2
The place: Puakea Golf Course, Kauai
The details: You can play this course, owned AOL Founder Steve Case, for $79 plus tax after 11 a.m. every day and $59 plus tax after 2 p.m.
How to book: 866-773-5554
' Posted Mar. 2
The place: Kauai Lagoons Golf Club
The details: No Airlines Hassle Golf Package ' For $175 plus tax, the package includes an 18-hole green fee, premium rental clubs and shoes, as well as two sleeves of golf balls. Kauai Lagoons Golf Club is located next door to the Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club. Or if you prefer to take your golf in smaller increments visit the practice facility at Kauai Lagoons. $10 for hour of range use, and loaner clubs are available for range use at no charge.
How to book: 800-634-6400
' Posted Mar. 2
The place: Shingle Creek Golf Club, Orlando, Fla.
The details: Active duty, reserve and retired U.S. military personnel can enjoy a special offer of a $59 rate until April 5, then $49 rate April 6 through May 17 and finally a $39 rate May 18 to September 30, 2009 for a round of golf (cart included).
How to book: 866-996-9933
' Posted Feb. 20
The place: Pinehurst Resort, Village of Pinehurst, N.C.
The details: The Pinehurst Spring Unlimited Package upgrades golfers to unlimited golf throughout their stay when they book any two night golf package in their best season.
- Unlimited Golf Rounds* from day one arrival throughout last day of stay, including cart, practice balls/range and facility usage
- Overnight accommodations
- Incredible breakfast buffet
- Three-course dinner in any of five resort restaurants
- $300 gift card per room when you stay Sunday to Wednesday ' use to upgrade a round to No. 2, golf shop merchandise, food and beverages on property.
Rates start at $515 per person, per night
(represents hundreds of dollars in savings on replay fees and added rounds)
Valid March 8 ' May 30, 2009
Bonus! Dont forget to enter the Pinehurst Sweepstakes to win Unlimited Golf for a Full Year at http://www.pinehurst.com/sweepstakes
The fine print, enlarged: *Playing Pinehurst No. 2 at an additional $175 fee (use the gift card mid week). Packages are exclusive of taxes and service charge and cannot be combined with any other offer. Advance reservations required.
How to book: 800-487-4653
' Posted Feb. 20
The place: Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The details: Beginning March 1, 2009, Spirit Airlines will offer daily non-stop flights out of O'Hare Airport to Myrtle Beach. Flights from the low-cost carrier will run through November 11, 2009 to coincide with the peak golf season.
How to book: http://www.spiritair.com
' Posted Feb. 19
The place: Omni Bedford Springs Resort, Bedford, Pa.
The details: Returning this spring, the resorts Unlimited Golf Package is available Mondays through Thursdays.
Rates for this golf fanatics dream-come-true start at $288 per person per night from April 1 through May 21; $308 from May 22 through October 31; and $258 from November 1 to November 12. Packages are subject to availability and for a minimum of two guests.
The historic, circa 1796 resort reopened in 2007 after a $120-million renovation and expansion and became part of the Omni Hotels luxury portfolio at the beginning of this year.
How to book: 1-800-THE-OMNI
' Posted Feb. 17
The place: Bay Creek Resort & Club, Cape Charles, Va.
The details: Three packages are available:
Three Days, Two Nights ($400/per person):
Includes one round of golf each day, per person for two days.
Four Days, Three Nights ($475/per person):
Includes one round of golf each day, per person for three days.
Five Days, Four Nights ($525/per person):
Includes one round of golf each day, per person for four days.
All golf packages include accommodations in a fully-furnished, three-bedroom, two-bath golf village condominium; bed and bath linens; greens fees; cart (with GPS) rental; practice balls; overnight club storage; and sales and lodging tax.
How to book: 757-331-8750
' Posted Feb. 16
The place: Sweetgrass Golf Club, Harris, Mich.
The details: Perfect 4-Some ' Includes golfers choice of two or three nights at the luxurious Island Resort & Casino and three rounds of golf to be played between the brand new Sweetgrass Golf Club, TimberStone and Marquette Greywalls for as little as $249, based on double occupancy.
Along with the Perfect 4-Some, the Island Resort & Casino also offers stay-and-play packages for one or two rounds at Sweetgrass. For example, base rate for a round of golf is $75, while one round of golf and a nights stay at the resort starts at only $89, based on double occupancy.
How to book: 800-682-6040
' Posted Feb. 11
The place: Kaanapali Golf Resort, Maui
The details: Sheraton Mauis Big Break Kaanapali:
Five nights at the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa, site of Big Break Ka'anapali.
Package includes a fresh flower lei greeting upon arrival, four rounds of golf at either of Kaanapalis two breathtaking courses, an exclusive Big Break Amenity Package and a mid-sized car rental.
Priced from $1910 per room through December 18, 2009.
How to book: (808) 921-4646 and mention offer code BIGBREAK5 (five night stay)
' Posted Feb. 11
The place: WaterColor Inn & Resort, Santa Rose Beach, Fla.
The details: Guys, gorge yourself with all the award-winning golf you can play. Take a road trip to WaterColor, stay at least three nights in a four-bedroom home and play unlimited golf at two of the top rated courses in the country, Camp Creek Golf Club and Sharks Tooth Golf Club. All homes are well-appointed with flat screen television and fully-equipped kitchens. Also receive golf amenity gifts, $25 certificates for golf apparel and dinner at Fish Out of Water restaurant.
Nightly rates starting at $195 per night per person, based on quad occupancy.
- Unlimited golf at Camp Creek and Sharks Tooth Golf Clubs
- Golf amenity gifts including bag tags, ball markers and repair tools
- $25 certificate per person valid toward golf apparel
- Dinner for four one evening at Fish Out of Water restaurant
How to book: 850-231-7600
' Posted Feb. 10
The place: Saddle Creek and Greenhorn Creek Resorts, Copperopolis, Calif.
The details: Saddle Creek and Greenhorn Creek resorts, located in the central Sierra foothills of Calaveras County above the fog and below the snow, today announce a Play the Creeks Golf Package showcasing their award-winning Carter Morrish and Robert Trent Jones II-designed golf courses.
The two-night unlimited golf packages include:
- Unlimited golf on both courses for two days, including green and cart fees, and unlimited range balls
- Breakfasts at the Copper Grille for guests of Saddle Creek and Choice of breakfast items and beverage at CAMPS Bar for guests at Greenhorn Creek
- Complimentary golf clinics at Saddle Creek on Saturday mornings for weekend packages
The fine print, enlarged: Packages start at $99 per person, mid-week based on quad-occupancy and are available through March 31, 2009.
How to book: 800-611-7722
' Posted Feb. 10
The place: Saddle Creek Resort, Copperopolis, Calif.
The details: Valentines Day Golf/Ski Packages featuring the highly-ranked golf course and nearby Bear Valley Ski Resort.
The package is available February 13 through 15; rates are $141 (one-bedroom bungalow) and $165 per person (one bedroom suite), per person. The package includes:
- Wine and cheese in-room upon arrival
- Dinner at the chef-driven Copper Grille on Saturday night (Valentines Day)
- Two nights lodging in the luxurious, golf-course-side bungalows
- One round of golf (including cart) or one ski lift ticket to Bear Valley, per person
The fine print, enlarged: Packages are exclusive of taxes, gratuities, and other charges unless otherwise noted, are available for the above weekend only, and cannot be combined with any other offer. Advance reservations required.
How to book: 800-611-7722
' Posted Feb. 10
The place: Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa, Rancho Mirage, Calif.
The details: The Have It Your Way package includes accommodations and a choice of two of the following experiences:
Package includes choice of two options per day:
- 50-minute spa treatment at Spa Las Palmas
- One day of unlimited golf for one player
- $100 resort credit towards dining, retail or recreation
Book before Feb. 28, offer good rest of 2009. Starting at $389.
The fine print, enlarged: Taxes and $22 daily resort charge not included. Rates are per night, based on availability. Rates slightly higher on weekends. Not valid for groups, holiday weekends or in conjunction with any other offers. Resort credit can not be applied to room rate.
How to book: 800.965.8275
' Posted Feb. 9
The place: Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando, Fla.
The details: 'Stay and Play' package starts at $192 per night, single occupancy and $263 per night, double occupancy:
- Luxury accommodations (among the largest guestrooms in Central Florida at 436 gross sq. ft.)
- One round of golf per person at Shingle Creek Golf Club as well as golf cart, range balls, GPS, club cleaning, locker and storage
- Breakfast buffet at Caf Osceola
- Optional one-hour lesson at the on-site Brad Brewer Golf Academy for an additional $130 per person
The 'Stay and Play, Dine and Unwind' package is based on a two-night minimum and starts at $615 single occupancy and $985 double occupancy and includes all of the above, as well as:
- Lunch one day per person (choice of boxed lunch from Par-Take or off spa lunch menu)
- Dinner one evening per person at Cala Bella, the hotel's AAA Four Diamond rated Italian fine dining bistro (includes salad, entre and dessert)
- One Shingle Creek Golfer's Delight per person, a warmed golf ball massage created specifically for golfers at The Spa at Shingle Creek
- Special golf amenity per person
The fine print, enlarged: The packages are subject to availability, do not include tax and gratuities and cannot be used by groups or meeting attendees or with any other promotions or offers.
How to book: (866) 996-6338
' Posted Feb. 6
The place: Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort, Destin, Fla.
The details: Golf packages now through March 5 starting at $119 per person per night. March 6 - September 7 starting at $165 per person per night. Package includes two nights in a three-bedroom dockside villa, one round at Raven Golf Club, one round at Baytowne Golf Club.
Also includes: Free replay rounds, free beer and cocktails happy hour, free resort-wide transportation by tram, free $50 beverage cart coupon if you book by Feb. 18.
The fine print, enlarged: Based on four people in a Dockside 3 bedroom Villa with four beds. Subject to availability. Does not include tax or gratuity. Restrictions may apply. Not valid with existing reservations. Replay rounds booked at course day of play. Free drinks from 8-9:30 pm nightly at John Wehners Village Door.
How to book: 866-427-7590
' Posted Feb. 4
The place: Eagle Creek Golf Club, Orlando, Fla.
The details: $45 per player until Feb. 6, 2009. (Rack rate is $120)
The fine print, enlarged: Only valid for Florida residents.
How to book: 407-273-4653
' Posted Feb. 3
The place: Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, Calif.
The details: Two nights at The Lodge at Pebble Beach or The Inn at Spanish Bay, plus two rounds of golf:
- One round on Pebble Beach Golf Links, host site of the 2010 U.S. Open
- One round on the The Links at Spanish Bay or Spyglass Hill Golf Course
- A bonus gift commemorating the 2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.
- The Inn at Spanish Bay Packages start at $1,775
- The Lodge at Pebble Beach Packages start at $2,000
*Both offers valid 11/23/08 ' 4/30/09
Extended Stay Package Offer
For a limited time, you may also receive 50% off additional room nights when you extend your Pebble Beach Championship Preview Package. To receive the extended stay package rate, all golf must be secured at time of booking and your stay must be completed by February 28, 2009.
The fine print, enlarged: Offers are subject to availability and include standard view room, occupancy tax, County tourism assessment and service charge. Offers valid for new bookings only, and parties of 8 rooms or less. Golf offers are subject to golf course availability. Offers not valid in conjunction with other offers. Please inquire about costs for other room types which may be available. Some blackout dates apply and rates are subject to change.
Golf offers are for one or two golfers in room, based on package offer selected. To receive package rate, all golf must be secured at time of booking.
Offer of 50% discount on additional room nights when extending a package is applied to rack room rate, and is available during the time period specified for the package in question.
How to book: (866) 226-5442
' Posted Jan. 31
The place: PGA National, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
The details: Stay two nights, get a round of golf and the 3rd night FREE. Package Includes:
- Unlimited golf (first two days)
- Free Breakfast for Two (first two days)
- One Free Golf Clinic per person
- Free Bag Storage for each guest
- Free Sleeve of Golf Balls
- Advance Tee Times
- Free 2 for 1 Drink Card at iBar
Starting at $219 per person
The fine print, enlarged: Rates are per night. 3 nights minimum stay required. Based upon double occupancy. Unlimited Golf first two days. $75 Golf on third day. Exclusive of taxes and Resort fee. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer. This offer is not applicable to group booking. Not applicable to prior booking packages, only new reservations. Subject to availability. Surcharge of $100.00 for play on the Champion course.
How to book: 800-633-9150
' Posted Jan. 30
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With baby on the way, Piller WDs from Zurich
AVONDALE, La. – With wife Gerina set to give birth to their first child, Martin Piller figured he’d need to check his phone every few holes at the Zurich Classic.
He didn’t even make it that far.
Piller withdrew before the start of the first round Thursday.
Piller’s partner, Joel Dahmen, who only got into the field because of Piller’s status as the team’s A player, was allowed to remain in the event.
Piller was replaced in the field by Denny McCarthy. The new team of McCarthy-Dahmen will tee off at 2:36 p.m. ET.
The birth of a child is way more important than any golf tournament. Wishing the best to the Pillers. https://t.co/IWwhKwWLrS— Joel Dahmen (@Joel_Dahmen) April 26, 2018
The format change at the Zurich should make things easier for the new teammates. The first round is now best ball, not alternate shot.
The only event that Gerina, a three-time U.S. Solheim Cupper, has played this season was the Diamond Resorts Invitational in January. The couple’s baby was due May 3, and she said that she plans to take off the entire year.
China's Jin (64) leads by one in Beijing
BEIJING – Daxing Jin took a one-stroke lead at the China Open after shooting an 8-under 64 Thursday in the first round.
Jin's bogey-free round at the Topwin Golf and Country Club included six birdies and an eagle on the par-5 eighth. The 25-year-old Jin is playing in only his eighth European Tour event and has made the cut only once.
Matt Wallace (65) had an eagle-birdie finish to move into a tie for second with Nino Bertasio, who also produced a bogey-free round. Alexander Bjork and Scott Vincent (66) were a further stroke back.
Defending champion Alexander Levy, who won last week's Trophee Hassan II in Morocco, is in a large group five shots off the lead at 3 under.
Putting prepared Park's path back to No. 1
Inbee Park brings more than her unshakably tranquil demeanor back to the top of the Rolex Women’s World Rankings this week.
She brings more than her Olympic gold medal and seven major championships to the Mediheal Championship on the outskirts of San Francisco.
She brings a jarring combination of gentleness and ruthlessness back to the top of the rankings.
Park may look as if she could play the role of Mother Teresa on some goodwill tour, but that isn’t what her opponents see when she’s wielding her Odyssey White Hot 2-Ball mallet.
She’s like Mother Teresa with Lizzy Borden’s axe.
When Park gets on one of her rolls with the putter, she scares the hell out of the rest of the tour.
At her best, Park is the most intimidating player in women’s golf today.
“Inbee makes more 20- and 30-footers on a regular basis than anyone I know,” seven-time major championship winner Karrie Webb said.
All those long putts Park can hole give her an aura more formidable than any power player in the women’s game.
“A good putter is more intimidating than someone who knocks it out there 280 yards,” Webb said “Even if Inbee misses a green, you know she can hole a putt from anywhere. It puts more pressure on your putter knowing you’re playing with someone who is probably going to make them all.”
Park, by the way, said Webb and Ai Miyazato were huge influences on her putting. She studied them when she was coming up on tour.
Webb, though, believes there’s something internal separating Park. It isn’t just Park’s ability to hole putts that makes her so intimidating. It’s the way she carries herself on the greens.
“She never gets ruffled,” Webb said. “She says she gets nervous, but you never see a change in her. If you’re going toe to toe with her, that’s what is intimidating. Even if you’re rolling in putts on top of her, it doesn’t seem to bother her. She’s definitely a player you have to try not to pay attention to when you’re paired with her, because you can get caught up in that.”
Park has led the LPGA in putts per greens in regulation five of the last 10 years.
Brad Beecher has been on Park’s bag for more than a decade, back before she won her first major, the 2008 U.S. Women’s Open. He has witnessed the effect Park can have on players when she starts rolling in one long putt after another.
“You have those times when she’ll hole a couple long putts early, and you just know, it’s going to be one of those days,” Beecher said. “Players look at me like, `Does she ever miss?’ or `How am I going to beat this?’ You see players in awe of it sometimes.”
Park, 29, won in her second start of 2018, after taking seven months off with a back injury. In six starts this year, she has a victory, two ties for second-place and a tie for third. She ended Shanshan Feng’s 23-week run at No. 1 with a tie for second at the Hugel-JTBC LA Open last weekend.
What ought to disturb fellow tour pros is that Park believes her ball striking has been carrying her this year. She’s still waiting for her putter to heat up. She is frustrated with her flat stick, even though she ranks second in putts per greens in regulation this season.
“Inbee Park is one of the best putters ever,” said LPGA Hall of Famer Sandra Haynie, a 42-time LPGA winner. “She’s dangerous on the greens.”
Haynie said she would rank Park with Kathy Whitworth, Mickey Wright and Nancy Lopez as the best putters she ever saw.
Hall of Famer Joanne Carner says Park is the best putter she has seen since Lopez.
“I thought Nancy was a great putter,” Carner said. “Inbee is even better.”
Park uses a left-hand low grip, with a mostly shoulder move and quiet hands.
Lopez used a conventional grip, interlocking, with her right index finger down the shaft. She had a more handsy stroke than Park.
Like Lopez, Park prefers a mallet-style putter, and she doesn’t switch putters much. She is currently playing with an Odyssey White Hot 2-Ball putter. She won the gold medal with it two years ago. She used an Oddysey White Ice Sabertooth winged mallet when she won three majors in a row in 2013.
Lopez hit the LPGA as a rookie in 1978 with a Ray Cook M1 mallet putter and used it for 20 years. It’s in the World Golf Hall of Fame today.
“I watch Inbee, and I think, `Wow, that’s how I used to putt,’” Lopez said. “You can see she’s not mechanical at all. So many players today are mechanical. They forget if you just look at the hole and stroke it, you’re going to make more putts.”
Notably, Park has never had a putting coach, not really. Her husband and swing coach, Gi Hyeob Nam, will look at her stroke when she asks for help.
“When I’m putting, I’m concentrating on the read and mostly my speed,” Park said. “I don’t think mechanically about my stroke at all, unless I think there’s something wrong with it, and then I’ll have my husband take a look. But, really, I rely on my feel. I don’t think about my stroke when I’m out there playing.”
Hall of Famer Judy Rankin says Park’s remarkably consistent speed is a key to her putting.
“Inbee is definitely a feel putter, and her speed is so consistent, all the time,” Rankin said. “You have to assume she’s a great green reader.”
Beecher says Park’s ability to read greens is a gift. She doesn’t rely on him for that. She reads greens herself.
“I think what impresses me most is Inbee has a natural stroke,” Beecher said. “There’s nothing too technical. It’s more straight through and straight back, but I think the key element of the stroke is that she keeps the putter so close to the ground, all the time, on the takeaway and the follow-through. It helps with the roll and with consistency.”
Park said that’s one of her fundamentals.
“I keep it low, almost like I’m hitting the ground,” Park said. “When I don’t do that, I miss more putts.”
Beecher believes the real reason Park putts so well is that the putter brought her into the game. It’s how she got started, with her father, Gun Gyu Park, putting the club in her hands as a child. She loved putting on her own.
“That’s how she fell in love with the game,” Beecher said. “Getting started that way, it’s played a huge role in her career.”
Teams announced for NCAA DI women's regionals
Seventy-two teams and an additional 24 individuals were announced Wednesday as being selected to compete in the NCAA Division I women's regionals, May 7-9.
Each of the four regional sites will consist of 18 teams and an extra six individual players, whose teams were not selected. The low six teams and low three individuals will advance to the NCAA Championship, May 18-23, hosted by Oklahoma State at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla.
The four regional sites include Don Veller Seminole Golf Course & Club in Tallahassee, Fla., hosted by Florida State; UT Golf Club in Austin, Texas, hosted by the University of Texas; University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, Wis., hosted by the University of Wisconsin; TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, Calif., hosted by Stanford University.
Arkansas, Duke, UCLA and Alabama are the top seeds in their respective regionals. Arizona State, the third seed in the Madison regional, is the women's defending champion. Here's a look at the regional breakdown, along with teams and players:
|Austin Regional||Madison Regional||San Francisco Regional||Tallahassee Regional|
|Michigan State||Arizona State||South Carolina||Arizona|
|Auburn||Illinois||Oklahoma State||Wake Forest|
|Houston||Iowa State||Colorado||Florida State|
|East Carolina||Notre Dame||San Diego State||Kennesaw State|
|Texas Tech||Old Dominion||Pepperdine||Denver|
|Virginia Tech||Oregon State||Oregon||Coastal Carolina|
|UTSA||Idaho||Long Beach State||Missouri|
|Georgetown||Murray State||Grand Canyon||Charleston|
|Houston Baptist||North Dakota State||Princeton||Richmond|
|Missouri State||IUPUI||Farleigh Dickinson||Albany|
|Brigitte Dunne (SMU)||Connie Jaffrey (Kansas State)||Alivia Brown (Washington State)||Hee Ying Loy (E. Tennessee State)|
|Xiaolin Tian (Maryland)||Pinyada Kuvanun (Toledo)||Samantha Hutchinson (Cal-Davis)||Claudia De Antonio (LSU)|
|Greta Bruner (TCU)||Pun Chanachai (New Mexico State)||Ingrid Gutierrez (New Mexico)||Fernanda Lira (Central Arkansas)|
|Katrina Prendergast (Colorado State)||Elsa Moberly (Eastern Kentucky)||Abegail Arevalo (San Jose State)||Emma Svensson (Central Arkansas)|
|Ellen Secor (Colorado State)||Erin Harper (Indiana)||Darian Zachek (New Mexico)||Valentina Giraldo (Jacksonville State)|
|Faith Summers (SMU)||Cara Basso (Penn State)||Christine Danielsson (Cal-Davis)||Kaeli Jones (UCF)|