Texas A&M’s women’s golf team will open the season at the Inverness Women’s Collegiate in Toledo, Ohio, on Sept. 16-17, the Aggies announced Tuesday while unveiling their 2019-20 schedule.

A&M will compete in four fall tournaments and five spring tournaments before the Southeastern Conference Championship set for April 15-19 at Greystone Golf & Country Club in Hoover, Alabama. The NCAA regionals are set for May 11-13, while the NCAA Championships are May 22-27 at the Raptor Course at Grayhawk Golf Club in Tempe, Arizona.

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Women’s Golf Schedule

Here is the 2019-20 schedule for the Texas A&M women’s golf team:

Sept. 16-17, Inverness Women’s Collegiate, Toledo, Ohio (Inverness Club)

Sept. 27-29, Schooner Fall Classic, Norman, Okla. (Belmar Golf Club)

Oct. 20-21, Jim West Challenge, San Marcos (Kissing Tree Golf Club)

Nov. 1-3, Battle at the Beach, San José del Cabo, Mexico (Club Campestre San Jose)

Feb. 16-18, Guadalajara International Invitational, Guadalajara, Mexico (Guadalajara Country Club)

Feb. 24-25, ICON Invitational, The Woodlands (The Woodlands Country Club, Tournament Course)

Mar. 20-22, Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic, Athens, Ga. (University of Georgia Golf Course)

Mar. 27-29, PING/ASU Invitational, Phoenix, Ariz. (Papago Golf Course)

April 7-8, The Grove Cup, Oxford, Miss. (Ole Miss Golf Course)

April 15-19, SEC Championship, Hoover, Ala. (Greystone Golf & Country Club)

May 11-13, NCAA Regionals, Athens, Ga. / Notre Dame, Ind. / Pullman, Wash. / Raleigh, N.C.

May 22-27, NCAA Championships, Tempe, Ariz. (Grayhawk Golf Club, Raptor Course)

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