The first round of the Spring Lake Invitational Tournament’s championship flight began Tuesday with plenty of upsets and a little bit of controversy as the second-oldest women’s match-play event ushered in a new chapter at Spring Lake Country Club.

In its 98th installment, the SL Invitational Tournament captivated spectators with four intriguing matchups in the championship flight. After a brilliant qualifying round of even-par 72, Butler’s Megan Skoog earned the top seed. University of Indianapolis, and former Spring Lake standout, Anna Kramer also shot 72 Monday, but was forced to settle for the second seed after losing to Skoog in a playoff.

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