Sunday, October 25, 2015


Calum Hill

Calum Hill from Kinross in action for Western New Mexico University

Hill leads Western New Mexico climb to fourth place at Price's Give 'Em Five

Second Round Results

EL PASO, Texas—
Western New Mexico University men's golf team continue to make their climb towards the top at the Price's On Saturday, over a par-72 course of 7,307yd, the Mustangs fired the third-lowest team round of the day with a 282 to move to fourth.
Western New Mexico had three golfers fire scores under par . WNMU has shot a pair of 282's to tally a 564 to leave them just nine-strokes back of first place. Kansas leads the 15-team field with a 555,  for a one-shot lead over Marquette. 
Missouri-Kansas City's Antoine Rozner holds a four-shot lead on the field with a 130 tally in the individual standings.
All-American Calum Hill (Kinross/Kinross High School), who looked to be finding his stroke after a two-under first round 70 continued to improve on that with a four-under 68 on Saturday. His 138 has him in a tie for fifth. 

Hill carded just one bogey on the day and outside of 13 pars, he added three birdies and an eagle which came on the par-five, 543 yard second hole. Hill was near the top in both par-four scoring (3.90) and par-five scoring (4.38). All-American Thomas Neve (Epsom, England/Cams Hill School/Merrist College), who paced the Mustangs after the first day, came back with a 74 during the second, along with his first round 66 for a 140 to tie for 14th
All-American Harry Wetton (Bedford, England/The Bedford School) is tied with Neve in 14th as he came back with an even stronger round Saturday. He opened with a one-under 71 and then fired a three-under 69 to post his 140. Neve led the Mustangs and was near the top in par-five scoring with a 4.38 average. Wetton nearly leads the field in par-four scoring collecting a 3.75 average. Neve posted a pair of birdies, while Wetton accumulated six. Deryk "Buzz" Perales was the other Mustang to shoot under par as he came away with a one-under 71 on Saturday. Along with his first round 75 he has a 146 which is tied for 47th. He tallied four birdies and was strongest in par-three scoring posting a 3.13 average. Rounding out the golfers for the Mustangs was Robbie Kemsley (Glasgow, /The High School of Glasgow) as he had rounds of 85 and 92 for a 177 to land in 84th. Kemsley posted one birdie on Saturday.

The third and final round of the Price's Give 'Em Five will begin on Sunday at 8 a.m. local time#

 Live scoring  will be available here.