Women's Golf takes Third Place at Landfall Tradition

by Jenna VanHoose

WILMINGTON, N.C. – The UCF women’s golf team finished third at the Landfall Tradition Sunday afternoon. The Knights finished off the final tournament of the fall season shooting 20-under as a team.

Thailand natives Tunrada “Pat” Piddon and Pimpisa “Sandwich” Sisutham ended round three tied for ninth. Piddon recorded an eagle on hole No. 9 and six birdies to card a 65 (-7), her lowest round of the tournament. Sisutham shot a 70 (-2) and recorded four birdies during the round.

Freshman Molly Smith capped off the tournament with a 71 (-1) to tie for 13th. Smith posted three birdies on her last five holes.

Brittany Shin remained in the top 20 after another great performance in the final round of play. Shin shot four birdies during the final 18 holes at the Country Club of Landfall to end up tied for 19th.

Jess Baker turned in an impressive 69 (-3) to record her lowest score in three rounds. The England native started the round off with a birdie and tallied five more for a total of six on the day.

Camille Banzet closed out the tournament tied for 72nd place as she competed in the Landfall Tradition as an individual.

The Knights have concluded their fall slate and will have some time before returning to action after the New Year. UCF’s next event will be at the UCF Challenge held Feb. 4-6 at Eagle Creek Golf Club in Orlando.