Men’s golf to start fall season at VCU Shootout

NORFOLK, Virginia – The Old Dominion men’s golf team begins its 2022 fall season this Monday and Tuesday at the VCU Shootout. The Rams will host the two-day tournament at the Country Club of Virginia’s par-72, 6,927-yard Tuckahoe Creek Course in Richmond, Va.

The course will play 36 holes on Monday, starting with a shotgun tee off at 8:30 a.m. EST, then conclude the tournament with the final 18 holes on Tuesday. Live scores for the Shootout will be available on Golfstat.

Charleston Southern, Drexel, Elon, Georgetown, George Washington, James Madison, North Carolina A&T, Radford, Rhode Island, Richmond, St. Bonaventure, and William & Mary also send teams to participate in the tournament.

ODU won the 2019 VCU Invitational at Tuckahoe Creek as Carter Morgan finished atop the standings with a par 203 of 13 under. That effort helped the Monarchs win the tag team trophy and ODU edged Virginia Tech by one stroke at 836 (-28). Richmond won last year’s VCU Shootout with a three-round total of 844 (-20), while the Monarchs took fifth after combining for an 852 (-12).

Last spring, the Monarchs competed in six events, including a doubleheader with VCU, before placing 11th in the Conference USA Championship at Texarkana Country Club in Texarkana, Texas. Gustave Fransson was the team’s top finisher, tied for fifth with a two-under 214 total. Jakob Henriksson carded a 222 (+6) tied for 33rd, Rasmus Konradsson shot a 227 (+11) to tie at 57th, and Jakob Chicoyne was a few strokes behind him at 231 (+15) to tie for 57th. After missing the second round, Kazuki Yamauchi recorded a one-two on 74 on his last trip around the course and finished tied for 64th at 154 (+10). The group combined for a total of 27 of 891 to finish tied with Western Kentucky.

The lesson
VCC Tuckahoe Creek
By: 72
Footage: 6,927

ODU range

Jakob Chicoyne
Jacob Gunther
Philippe Minnehan
Kaijun Ma

Kazuki Yamauchi

Tournament ground
South Charleston
george washington
James Madison
North Carolina A&T
Old Dominion
Rhode Island
St. Bonaventure
William and Mary

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