Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Craig Stephen's T36 finish in California

Brevard College, North Carolina fielded teams at two different venues this week.

Craig Stephen, pictured right, from Torphins, a second-year student, finished T36 in a field of 54 players at the Tim Tierney Pioneer Shootout at Hiddenbrooke Golf Club, Vallejo, California.
Craig had improving rounds of 80, 79 and 76 for a total of 235 over a par-71 course of 6,335yd. He finished 25 shots behind the winner, Taylor Hood (CSU-San Bernardino) (68-73-69 for three-under 210).
Other Brevard students, including Calum McAndrew, a second-year man from Fife, and Declan Addison, pictured below, a sophomore from Peterhead, finished T57 and 59th respectively in a field of 68 players at the Richard Rendelman Invitational at Salisbury Country Club, North Carolina.
McAndrew scored 80 and 82 for 162 while Addison shot 79 and 86 for 165.
Nick Stafford (Belmont Abbey) was the individual winner by three shots with 72 and 67 for 139.
 Brevard (630) finished 10th of 12 in the team event won by North Greenville (582) from Belmont Abbey College (587) and Lincoln Memorial (593).
Sam Broadhurst from Nuneaton and George Duncan (Dunbartonshire), both Lincoln Memorial students, tied for eighth place on 147, Sam with rounds of 75 and 72, George with 73-74.
Davis and Elkins College had five British students in action at the Richard Rendleman Invitational.
James Sutherland from Glasgow finished T30 on 155 (78-77)
Tobias Gibbons (80-79) from Southend and Leigh Lawson (75-84) from Edinburgh finished T46 on 159 
Fraser Paul from Glasgow posted scores of 84 and 86 for 170 and 65th place.
Alistair Cameron from Buckinghamshire shot 88 and 84 for 172 and 66th place 

Lawrence Allan T32 finish at Lafayette, Louisiana

Scots Lawrence Allan, pictured right, from Alva and Mount Ellen's Eamon Bradley, both coming up to the end of their four years at Southeastern Louisiana University, finished T32 and T55 respectively in a field of 78 players at the Louisiana Classic at Oakbourne Country Club, Lafayette in Louisiana.
Lawrence had rounds of 74, 75 and 73 for 223; Eamon 78, 72 and 78 for 228
Ben Welle (Kansas) shot 71, 68 and 70 for seven-under-par 209 over the 6,898yd course to win by one shot from Thomas Detry (Illinois (71-67-72).
Illinois (849) squeezed home in the team title race by one shot from Kansas with Texas A and M (853) a close-up third.
SE Louisiana (875) finished fourth of the 12 teams.