Senior golfer Audrey Orem has appeared in 33 tournaments with the Vikings during her career and is a three-time All-GNAC selection.
The Bellingham native is the first to be profiled in a new feature on WWUVikings.com where she shares "What's in Her Bag".
Throughout the spring golf season, WWU's men's and women's golfers will have the chance to talk about their favorite clubs, what driver they use, what that head cover signifies and if they have any good luck charms in their golf bag.
The WWU women's team opens the spring season Monday and Tuesday with the Point Loma Reach 2017 at Riverwalk Golf Club in San Diego.
What irons do you play?
Ping i25 (PW-5 iron)
What driver have you been playing with lately?
Titleist 915 D2 10.5 degree
Titleist 913 4 Hybrid, Titleist 915 5 wood, Titleist 917 3 wood
What kind of putter do you currently play with?
Scotty Cameron California Del Mar
And your Wedges?
Titleist Vokey SM 4 52 degree, Titleist Vokey SM 5 60 degree, Titleist Vokey SM 6 56 degree
What ball do you play?
What’s your favorite, go-to, club in your bag?
Both my driver and my putter.
What is the one thing you have to have in your golf bag at all times?
Lip balm, sunscreen, and a water bottle.
Any significance behind your club-head covers?
My driver club cover is from a course (Kiawah Island Resort- The Ocean Course) that my Dad played last spring on a business trip and my putter cover is from Pebble Beach which my parents got for me during our first trip to CSU-Monterey Bay’s tournament.
Any good-luck charms or mementos in your bag?
My ball-marker which is in the shape of a cupcake.
Do you carry any practice mechanisms?
During practice rounds I carry two rings that replicate a hole that we putt to, to get practice for the pins during the tournament.
Favorite Golf Course you have ever played?
Both the Coeur d’Alene Resort golf course (GNAC Champs) and Black Horse Golf Course (CSU-Monterey Bay’s tournament)
Most Memorable Round of your Career?
A combination of the first round of Dixie State’s tournament my sophomore year when I had my first round under par and the 17th hole at Coeur d’Alene during the first round of the GNAC Championships during my freshman year.
Course you most look forward to visiting with the Vikings?
Going back to Coeur d’Alene and competing in the GNAC Championships one last time.
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