Greensboro, N.C. – Behind a fourth-place finish by Annabelle Pancake, Clemson women’s golf has advanced to the match play portion of the 2023 ACC Championship, finishing third as a team following 54 holes of stroke play. This marks the first time since the ACC adopted a new tournament format that the Tigers have advanced to the match play portion.
Pancake became the highest individual finisher in an ACC Championship in school history, carding a three-under-69 in the third round to finish the stroke play portion at -7. Her three-round score is also Clemson’s record for lowest total score at an ACC Championship and best score vs par. Savannah Grewal finished 10th after carding a 68 in the final round, tying the Clemson record for low round in an ACC Championship (Alice Hewson, 2018, Grandover). Grewal recorded an eagle at 18, giving her the Clemson career record for eagles with seven.
Melena Barrientos finished 11th (+1), while Isabella Rawl finished her first ACC Championship stroke play rounds tied for 24th (+5). Chloe Holder rounded out the Tigers’ lineup, finishing at +10.
Clemson will now tee off at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, paired with Duke, for a chance to advance to Sunday’s championship round.