Sunday, March 20, 2016

Aberdeen student's T33 finish in big Dallas field

Adam Fisher from Aberdeen, a freshman student at Missouri State University, finished tied 33rd in a field of 102 players at the Bob Sitton Invitational college tournament over 54 holes at TPC Four Seasons Golf Club, Dallas in Texas on Friday.

Fisher, pictured, had rounds of 80, 73 and 72 for a total of 225 over a par-71 course of 6,787yd.
He finished 11 shots behind the winner, Cody Burrows (Oral Roberts) (73-71-70 for 214).
Missouri State (898) finished 10th of 17 in the team event won by Long Beach State (867) from Stephen F Austin State (878) and Central Arkansas (884).

Duncan just outside top 20 finish in N Carolina

George Duncan from Dumbartonshire, a third-year student at Lincoln Memorial University,  finished T22 in a field of 90 at the Hargett Memorial college tournament at Monroe Country Club, North Carolina.

Duncan, pictured right, had rounds of 74, 71 and 72 for a total of 217 over a par-72 course of 6,725yd
Freshman team-mate Sam Broadhurst from Nuneaton scored 71, 78 and 71 for 220 and a share of 33rd place
Craig Stephen from Torphins, a second-year student at Brevard College, North Carolina, finished T44 on 223 with scores of 69, 78 and 76.
Winner by one strokes was Brad Hawkins (Tusculum) with scores of 67, 68 and 73 for 208.
Lenoir Rhyne (851) won the team title by a single short from Young Harris College (852) with Lincoln Memorial (855) third and Brevard College (874) 10th.