Women's Golfers Stay Active During Winter Break

Jan. 3, 2012

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By Eric DeSalvo

ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - With the continuation of the 2011-12 women's golf season still over a month away, many UCF players are staying active on the course by competing as individuals in tournaments across the state of Florida.

Both sophomore Kaitlyn Price (Jacksonville Beach, Fla.) and freshman Katie Mitchell (Fernandina Beach, Fla.) concluded the Dixie Amateur yesterday in Coral Springs.

Playing four rounds at Heron Bay Golf Club, both Price and Mitchell put together solid performances against some of the world's best talent. Shooting a +6 294, Price tied for 21st overall while Mitchell shot a +11 299 to tie for 28th. Both ladies each carded even-par 72s to begin the four-round tournament.

The duo will waste no time in getting back to action as they both will compete in the Harder Hall Women's Invitational beginning tomorrow for four rounds in Sebring.

Teammates Jordyn Hage (Winter Park, Fla.) and Heather Proctor (Ocala, Fla.) will also be competing as individuals this winter as they began play in the West Orange Invitational today. The three-day tournament is taking place at West Orange Country Club in Winter Garden.