Campbell Finishes 96th in Intercollegiate Tournament
Walker Campbell and his William & Mary Men's Golf teammates wrapped up play in the Kingsmill Intercollegiate with its second straight 298 and finished 11th in the 22 team event in Williamsburg.
Tennessee (850) held off Penn State (851) by one stroke to win the team title, while Penn State's Cole Miller and Ryan Dornes as well as Marshall's Clark Robinson all fired 209's (-1) to claim the individual honors.
Junior Sam Aronoff led William & Mary throughout the entire event and finished tied for 20th. He finished the tournament shooting a 73 to round out his 217 (+17). Sophomore David Hicks fired the lowest round in the lineup. Hicks rounded out the home tournament with a 71 (+1). Freshman Campbell shot 78, sophomore Will Stewart shot 76, and senior Austin Morrison shot 80 rounded out the Tribe's line up.
Campbell finished 96th in the Individual Leaderboard.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Smith & Thomas University Finish 8th in Battle at the Primm
Zayla Smith and her Thomas University Women's Golf teammates took eighth in the Battle at the Primm with a score of 318-321–639 at the Primm Valley Golf Club. Thomas University had two top 20 finishes.
Conference foe Keiser University won the tournament with a 299-289–588, while Kat Kennedy of British Columbia took the Individual Crown with a 74-67–141.
Caroline Parrish and Kristen Sculley both tied for 18th in the tournament. Parrish shot a 78-77–155, while Sculley produced a 77-78–155. Heidi Hinz carded an 80-82–162, while Genevieve Courtney turned in an 83-84–167.
Smith finished T51st with scores of 83-84–167.
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Smith & Thomas University 7th in Battle at the Primm
Zayla Smith and her Thomas University Women's Golf teammates sits tied for seventh after Day One of the Battle at the Primm with a score of 318 at the Primm Valley Golf Club. TU has two golfers in the top 25 of the tournament.
Embry Riddle University and Keiser University are both tied for first with a 299, while Natalie Ugalde of Wayland Baptist sits atop of the leaderboard with a 70, playing as an individual.
Kristen Sculley leads Thomas University and is tied for 17th with a 77, while Caroline Parrish is tied for 25th with a 78. Heidi Hinz produced an 80, while Genevieve Courtney and Smith both provided 83's.
Saturday, March 18, 2017
Chris Ward Wins World Par 3 Championship Title
Chris Ward held his nerve to hole a six foot Putt for Birdie to pocket the $10,000.00 winning check and claim the 2017 Grey Goose World Par 3 Championship Title at the Fairmont Southampton’s Turtle Hill Golf Course.
Ward coming to the final hole was at 4-under alongside Jimmy Lytle who was already in the club house, but he stuck his tee shot giving himself a chance, that he was able to put away.
Lytle was second one stroke back after his second round 4-under par and Oliver Tubb finished third at 3-under par.
Tariqah Walikraam won the Ladies Amateur Division after her second round of 2-over par 54, Tracey Burgess finished 20 strokes back in second after her round of 8-over par 62 and Alia Hamza finished in third after shooting 17-over par 75.
Craig Christensen shot a Even par 54 to win the Senior Men’s Division, Donovan Livingston finished in second 11 strokes back and Gary Car finished in third after he shot a second round of 3-over par 57.
Friday, March 17, 2017
Day One Grey Goose World Par 3 Championships
The $75,000.00 2017 Grey Goose Golf Tournament got underway at the Fairmont Southampton’s Turtle Hill Golf Course.
Chip Beck is the early leader after his round of 4-under par 50, Chris Ward is one stroke back, followed by Michael Sims and Oliver Tubb who are both at 2-under par.
European ladies tour player Trish Johnson was the leader at the half way point, ended the day T5th alongside Tom Gillis and Michael Murray at 1-under par.
Tariqah Walikraam is leading the Ladies Amateur field after her round of 9-over par 63, Tracey burgess is 14 stroke back in second after her round of 23-over par 77 and Alia Hamza is in third after shooting 27-over par 81.
Craig Christensen shot a 7-over par 61 and is the leader of the Senior Men’s Division, Donovan Livingston is in second two strokes back and Winston Coe Trott is in third after he shot an Opening Round of 12-over par 66.