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Badgers host NCAA women's golf

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sports sports sports Tue, 01 May 2018 23:24:16 +0000 Badgers host NCAA women's golf sports sports sports WISC the n.c.a.a. women's golf regionals are coming to university ridge next week.. wisconsin will host 18 teams and six individuals monday, tuesday and wednesday and the badgers are one of the teams playing. obviously, it's been a tough spring for any outdoor sport in wisconsin.. . melissa kim tells us how the badgers have overcome the challenges mother nature has dealt them. so it's looking a little.. brown out here... "last couple tournaments we had, we had crazy snowfalls that were just not normal" but mother nature and the dry grass haven't stopped the badgers golf teams from getting their swings in. "i'm very used to hitting inside all winter, and it's just something that you learn to adapt to." there have been challenges, but you don't have any choice but to deal with it." "i think it shows how well we can play when we do get into the postseason and big tens and we finally get nice weather and we take advantage of it." and this weekend - another challenge - the women's team will host an ncaa event for the first time since 1998.. "we're really fortunate, we're excited to be hosting." which for wisconsin native gabby curtis - is the perfect ending to her career in madison. "honestly this is probably the best thing we could've imagined. that we finally get to end our college careers here, i think this is the best thing we could've asked for." so as for mother nature and the course, well, the team is looking at it glass half- full. "we're used to playing in these kinds of conditions, and even today, this is super windy and we played on saturday and it was cold so i think being up here, you never know what youre' going to get, but i think that we've learned to play in these kinds of conditions so we're definitely a litlte more prepared that way, and we know the course like the back of our hand and we know the grass type and the greens." just another test for this team. at university ridge. melissa kim, news 3 sports. some of the players to watch next week in the n.c.a.a women's golf regional - for wisconsin, stoughtons' becky klongland and verona's jessica reinecke. north dakota state is also in the regional and the bison feature oregon's taylor mccorkle and

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