Monday, April 20, 2015

Heather Munro finishes joint 
runner-up in North Carolina

Heather Munro from Monifieth, a freshman student at Elon University, North Carolina, tied for second place in the Colonial Athletic Championship at St James Plantation, Southport, North Carolina.

Heather, pictured, who led after 36 holes, had rounds of 71, 70 and 76 for a total of one-over-par 217 behind the runaway winner, by eight strokes, Andrea Slane (Delaware) with scores of 71, 71 and 67.
Munro was the top scoring Elon player and Elon finished second in the team event, now having collected eight top-5 finishes in its last 11 conference tournaments. This was its best conference tournament finish in 10 years - thanks to Heather Munro from Scotland!
College of Charleston won its second straight CAA title with Elon second and Delaware third.

Scots down the field at Birmingham, Alabama

Missouri University Scots Jess Meek and Clara Young finished T44 and T58 respectively in a field of 70 players at the SEC Women's Championship at Greystone Golf and Country Club, Birmingham in Alabama.
Meek scored 76, 72 and 80 for 228 while Young shot 78, 80 and 75 for 233.
Texas A and M players finishes 1-2 with Bianca Fabrizio winning with 70, 67 and 70 for 207, two ahead of team-mate Maddie Szkyk with 73, 67 and 69.
Texas A and M (851) won the team title ahead of South Carolian (863) with Missouri (915) trialing in 13th of 14 - a sign their talent scouts had better get cracking with some new talent for the start of the 2015-2016 college golf season

Alyson top Brit with T12 finish in Lady Buckeye

Alyson Knowles from Mexborough, South Yorkshire, a third-year student at Michigan State, finished the top British player in a field of 75 players at the Lady Buckeye Invitational over Ohio University's Scarlet Course (par 72, 6268yd)  at Colombus, Ohio.
Alyson scored 72, 77 and 77 for 10-over 226 and a T12 finish behind the winner by three, Josie Dayon (Kent State) (70-70-72) for 212)
Former English girl international Heidi Baek from Suffolk, a third-year student at Maryland, University, finished T23 on 229 (77-76-76) while Scot Connie Jaffrey from Kilwinning and a Troon Ladies member, also a freshman student at Kansas State, finished T26 on 230 (77-76-77).
Jessica Gregory from Sittingbourne, a third-year student at Maryland), finished T71 on 250 (85-84-81).
Kent State (883) won the team title ahead of hosts Ohio State (880) with Michigan State (890) third, Indiana (908) fourth and Kansas State (909) fifth in a field of 12 teams.