Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Gemma Hardie joint 12th at Carmel, California

Gemma Hardie from Scunthorpe, a sophomore student at Central Arkansas University, tied for 12th place in a field of 52 players at the Monterey Invitational women's college tournament at Del Monte Golf Club, Carmel, California.
Over a par-72, 6072yd course, Gemma had rounds of 80, 81 and 78 for a total of 239.
She finished 22 shots behind the winner by six strokes, Amy Anderson (North Dakota State) with scores of 73, 69 and 75 for one-over-par 217.
Lamar (930) won the team event ahead of Drake 9932) and Central Arkansas (937) in a field of nine teams.
Xavier University, Cincinnati's two English students, Kieran Lovelock from Surrey and Alan Glynn from Middlesex tied for 23rd and 35th positions respectively in a field of 102 players at the Desert Shootout college tournament at Palm Valley Golf Club, Goodyear in Arizona.
Over a par-72, 7015yd course, Kieran had scores of 71, 71 and 74 for 216.
Alan had rounds of 73, 72 and 73 for 218.
Winner by three shots was Dustin Garza (Wichita State) with rounds of 68, 65 and 69 for 14-under-par 202.
Xavier finished seventh of 17 in the team event in which Kansas and Wichita State were joint winners, both with totals of 855.