Great Lakes Bay Invitational brings fun, team event to Midland, LPGA Tour

Midland — The walk-up music is back, as are the unique team names.

After having the tournament canceled in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Great Lakes Bay Invitational is ready to tee of on Wednesday at Midland Country Club.

The two-player team event that debuted on the LPGA Tour in 2019 was a hit with the players, and despite some wet weather that helped douse part of the pro-am on Tuesday, the excitement for the tournament was hard to extinguish.

“It’s exciting,” said Cydney Clanton, who teamed with Jasmine Suwannapura to win the inaugural tournament. “The community was so awesome the first time we were here. The fact that we were going to be able to be back with fans and all their support, it’s going to be a really good week.

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