The Chattanooga Mocs women’s golf team is hosting the Chattanooga Classic as the calendar turns to April. The 3-day, 54-hole event is played at Council Fire Golf Course. Tee times start at 9 am each day beginning Sunday morning and ending with a final 18 shotgun start on Tuesday.
It’s an 18-team, 96-player field. Each squad features five student-athletes with the four best scores providing the team result. There is both a team and individual champion crowned Tuesday afternoon.
This is the fifth spring event hosted by the Mocs women’s golf team, the third Chattanooga Classic in a row.
Admission is free.
FIELD (Golfstat Ranking-March 29)
Chattanooga, Augusta, (63) Campbell, Central Arkansas, (79) Colorado State, ETSU, (98) Grand Canyon, Indiana, Jacksonville, Middle Tennessee, (58) Minnesota, (94) Notre Dame, (70) Old Dominion, (57) USF, (28) SMU, (93) UTSA, (76) Xavier, (75) Yale
Council Fire Golf Course | Chattanooga, Tenn. | Par: 72 | Yardage: 6,234
Bob Cupp design hosted the PGA Tour’s Chattanooga Classic when it opened in 1992.
54 Holes: 18 per day | Standard scoring: 5 players, 4 count | Live scoring on Golfstat
Fourth Chattanooga Classic but fifth spring event hosted by the program.
2009 Lady Mocs Intercollegiate (April 6) | Lookout Mountain GC
Champion: Kentucky: 325 (+37)
Runner-Up: Chattanooga: 326 (+38)
Medalist: Mallory Blackwelder, Kentucky: 77 (+5)
2015 Chattanooga Classic (April 6-7) | Council Fire GC
Champion: Chattanooga: 298-296-293=887 (+23)
Runner-Up: Central Arkansas: 300-301-301=902 (+38)
Medalist: Morgan Ransom, Vanderbilt: 71-72-71=214 (-2)
2021 Chattanooga Classic (March 29-30) | Black Creek GC
Champion: ETSU: 294-296-297=887 (+23)
Runners-Up: Chattanooga & Iowa: 894 (+30)
Medalist: Tereza Melecka, ETSU, 68-72-72=212 (-4)
2022 Chattanooga Classic (March 27-29) | Council Fire GC
Champion: UTSA: 297-279-293=869
Runner-Up: North Florida: 294-284-292=870
Medalist: Anne Chen, Duke, 72-69-66=207 (-9)