The favorite, three who could challenge and dark horses for the 2023 NCAA Women’s Golf Championship

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Starting Friday, the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship gets underway from Grayhawk Golf Club.

Thirty teams and six individuals will battle it out, beginning with four rounds of stroke play, starting Friday and concluding Monday when an individual champion will be crowned. Then the top eight teams will advance to match play, which begins Tuesday, and the finals will be Wednesday, when the team champion will be crowned.

Ahead of the first round of competition, Golfweek takes a look at some of the players to watch, including the favorite, those who could challenge for the individual crown and some dark horses who could make a run.

Golfweek/Sagarin rankingsWomen’s team | Women’s individual

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