UF Women’s Golf: Pair of Gators Accept Invitation to Augusta National

Courtesy of University Athletic Association


Addie Baggarly and Annabell Fuller have accepted invitations to compete in the Augusta National Women’s Amateur

Two women’s golfers – Addie Baggarly and Annabell Fuller – will represent the University of Florida at the historic Augusta National Women’s Amateur, the pair announced Friday.

On April 4, 2018, Gators Golf alum and current Augusta National Chairman Fred Ridley announced the commencement of the Augusta National Women’s Amateur, the only event played by women on the prestigious course. The event was established to inspire greater interest and participation in the women’s game by creating a new, exciting, and rewarding pathway for these players to fulfill their dreams.

With the Masters played the following week, the Augusta National Women’s Amateur is considered one of the most esteemed amateur golf events for women.

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Addie Baggarly, who most recently competed in the Arnold Palmer Cup for Team USA, has been an anchor in the Florida lineup and currently ranks as the No. 67 collegiate player in the nation according to Golfstat.

Annabell Fuller has experience at the Augusta National Women’s Amateur after competing in the inaugural tournament in 2019. The highly touted recruit enrolled early at Florida, joining the women’s golf program in the spring of 2020. The sophomore is coming off of a fall season where she notched two top-10 finishes in just three outings.

The Augusta National Women’s Amateur will feature an international field of women who will compete over 54 holes of stroke play, with a top-30 cut taking place after the first 36 holes. The Island and Bluff nines at Champions Retreat Golf Club will host the first two rounds of play on March 31 and April 1. After the cut is determined, qualifiers will play a practice round on Friday, April 2 in preparation for Saturday’s final round at Augusta National Golf Club.

Pre-tournament promotion will be provided via NBC Sports, while Golf Channel will deliver highlights, live reports, and coverage onsite through the first two rounds of competition. NBC Sports will produce and broadcast live final-round coverage at Augusta National from Noon – 3 p.m. ET. In addition, Golf Channel’s “Live From the Masters” will wrap coverage of the Augusta National Women’s Amateur on Saturday, April 3.

For more information on the event, including qualifications for invitations, click here.