golf team – Pilot Knob Park Golf http://pilotknobparkgolf.org/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 13:38:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-22.png golf team – Pilot Knob Park Golf http://pilotknobparkgolf.org/ 32 32 Women’s golf set for a double game with Northern Kentucky on Saturday https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/womens-golf-set-for-a-double-game-with-northern-kentucky-on-saturday/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 13:38:46 +0000 https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/womens-golf-set-for-a-double-game-with-northern-kentucky-on-saturday/ Ally St. Clair (Photo by Robert Hayes) Youngstown State’s women’s golf team will continue its spring schedule Saturday with a doubleheader against Northern Kentucky at Elks Run Golf Club in Batavia, Ohio. Three penguins competed as individuals in the Pizza Hut Lady Thunderbird Invitational hosted by Southern Utah, which ended Saturday at Sunbrook Golf Club […]]]>

Ally St. Clair (Photo by Robert Hayes)

Youngstown State’s women’s golf team will continue its spring schedule Saturday with a doubleheader against Northern Kentucky at Elks Run Golf Club in Batavia, Ohio.

Three penguins competed as individuals in the Pizza Hut Lady Thunderbird Invitational hosted by Southern Utah, which ended Saturday at Sunbrook Golf Club in St. George, Utah.

Junior Danae Rugola is tied for 12th with a score of 226 (74-76-76) over three rounds to claim her fourth top 15 of the season. She has now also recorded six top-25 finishes in seven stroke play events in the campaign. Rugola has now been YSU’s top finisher in six of seven stroke play events this season. For her efforts, she was named Horizon League Women’s Golfer of the Week for the second time in her career on Thursday. Lizzie Saur finished tied for 27th with a three-round total of 231 (77-77-77) while Tori Utrup tied for 89th with a three-round total of 250 (84-83-83).

Youngstown State will participate in its first double game of the 2021-22 season. The Penguins went 3-0 in doubles games last season, recording wins over Charleston Southern, St. Francis (Pennsylvania) and Cleveland State.

Teams will play 18 holes on Saturday with tee times starting at 1:30 p.m. The course will play approximately 6,833 yards and the par is 71. There will be no live scoring, but results will be posted after play is complete.

Head coach Nate Miklos announced that the YSU roster will include Christina Lewis, Utrup, Victoria Gräns, Ally St. Clair and Jenna Vivo. Additionally, Britney Jonda and Kelly Hutton will compete as individuals.

Lewis has appeared in six tournaments this season while Utrup has appeared in five events. St. Clair and Vivo have each competed in three tournaments while Jonda has competed in two events. Gräns ​​and Hutton have each appeared in one tournament so far this season.

For news and updates throughout the spring season, follow @YSUWomensGolf on Twitter.

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Men’s golf set to play GCU Invitational on Monday https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/mens-golf-set-to-play-gcu-invitational-on-monday/ Sun, 13 Mar 2022 19:24:18 +0000 https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/mens-golf-set-to-play-gcu-invitational-on-monday/ History links PHOENIX – The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) Men’s Vaqueros Golf Team is back in action this week when they hit the GCU Invitational starting Monday at the GCU Golf Course. The 54-hole event will feature 36 holes on Monday and the final 18 holes on […]]]>

PHOENIX – The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) Men’s Vaqueros Golf Team is back in action this week when they hit the GCU Invitational starting Monday at the GCU Golf Course.

The 54-hole event will feature 36 holes on Monday and the final 18 holes on Tuesday.

The GCU golf course plays 7,031 yards and is a par 72.

The competition

There will be a 23-team field which will include host GCU, UTRGV, UT Arlington, Omaha, TCU, Valparaiso, Southern Mississippi, Sacramento State, Abilene Christian, California Baptist, Fresno State, Hawaii, Pacific, Drake, Eastern Michigan, Creighton, North Dakota State, Ball State, Kansas City, Incarnate Word, CSU Fullerton, Northern Colorado and Columbia.

five starts

Last outing

The UTRGV opened the spring season at the Colin Montgomerie Invitational where they posted a sixth-place finish with a score of 902 in three sets after runs of 307, 297 and 298.

Taj Sutherland led the way for the Vaqueros with a career-best 219 in three rounds after posting rounds of 74, 72 and 73 as he finished tied for seventh.

Juan Luis de Bethencourt Duque finished in 16and after posting a score of 224 in three rounds with rounds of 79, 72 and 73. Sebastien Lundberg tied for 33rd with a three-round score of 229 after carding rounds of 80, 73 and 76.

Leonard Novella tied for 44and with a three-round score of 232 with rounds of 76, 80 and 76. Tennoshin Ogawa tied for 68and with a three-round score of 241 after posting rounds of 78, 80 and 83.

Last time at the GCU Invitational

The Vaqueros finished tied for 11and place in the 2021 GCU Invitational after posting a score of 881 in three rounds after posting rounds of 299, 283 and 299.

Rhaasrikanesh Kanavathi led the Vaqueros with a score of 217 in three rounds after posting rounds of 74, 70 and 73. Alex Summers tied for 37and with a three-round score of 220 after carding rounds of 76, 72 and 72.

Leonard Novella tied for 45and with a three-round score of 222 with rounds of 72, 73 and 77. Luca Portelli tied for 70and with a three-round score of 226 after posting rounds of 81, 68 and 77 while Euan Gill finished in 93rd with a three-round score of 244 with rounds of 77, 80 and 87.

Wichita State won the team title with a three-set score of 862 with runs of 280, 292, and 290. Grand Canyon’s Michael Salazar won the individual medalist with a three-set score of 207 with runs of 71, 70 and 66.

Remaining schedule

March 21-22 @ The Big Texan Invitational – Comanche Trace
April 4-5 @ Redhawk Invitational – Chambers Bay Golf Course
April 11-12 @ Bayou City Collegiate – Walden at Lake Conroe Golf Club
April 29-May 1 @ WAC Championships – Boulder Creek Golf Club

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Men’s golf gears up to host Hackler Championship https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/mens-golf-gears-up-to-host-hackler-championship/ Sat, 12 Mar 2022 14:07:26 +0000 https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/mens-golf-gears-up-to-host-hackler-championship/ History links CONWAY, South Carolina – The Coastal Carolina University men’s golf team will host the General Hackler Championship on Sunday and Monday, March 13-14 at Dunes Golf and Beach Club in Myrtle Beach, SC. The two-day event consists of the first two rounds played on Sunday, with the final […]]]>

CONWAY, South Carolina – The Coastal Carolina University men’s golf team will host the General Hackler Championship on Sunday and Monday, March 13-14 at Dunes Golf and Beach Club in Myrtle Beach, SC.

The two-day event consists of the first two rounds played on Sunday, with the final 18 holes finishing play Monday on the par-72, 7,233-yard course.

The event always hosts some of the best programs in the country and this year is no different as 10 of the 15 teams making the trip are ranked among the top 50 teams in the country. Leading that group is 11-time NCAA national champion Oklahoma State, which is the nation’s second-highest team.

Other teams ranked in the top 50 in the field include Auburn (#18), Louisville (#33), NC State (#34), East Tennessee State (#35), North Florida (#36) , South Carolina (#38), Liberty (#39), Kent State (#46) and Virginia (#47).

Participating teams are East Carolina, UNCG, UCF and Penn State.

Not only do the top ranked teams come to Myrtle Beach, but also the top ranked golfers. Defending champion Hackler Nick Gabrelicik of North Florida returns to defend his championship and is the No. 4 ranked collegiate golfer.

Oklahoma State’s Eugenio Lopez Chacarra is currently ranked No. 5, while teammate Bo Jin is ranked No. 21. South Carolina’s Ryan Hall is currently ranked No. 23.

The PGA Tour takes the top 15 senior graduates and awards them development tour status and the top five on that tour earn their Korn Ferry Tour card. Lopez Chacarra is currently ranked No. 3 on the PGA Tour, while Hall is ranked No. 10.

The head coach Jim Garren established its programming for the General Hackler with Tyler Gray, Seth Taylor, Garrett Cooper, Connor Newtonand Trey Crenshaw. Trace McDonald and Victor Olund will participate in the event as individuals.

Live stats are available at Golfstat.com. A link to the live stats page can also be found at www.GoCCUSports.com.

For complete coverage of CCU men’s golf, follow the chants on social media @CoastalMGolf (Twitter), facebook.com/CCUChanticleers (Facebook), @GoCCUSports (Instagram) or visit the official home of Coastal Carolina Athletics at goccusports.com.

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Augustana Women’s Golf Set to Begin Spring Season in California https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/augustana-womens-golf-set-to-begin-spring-season-in-california/ Wed, 09 Mar 2022 20:59:58 +0000 https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/augustana-womens-golf-set-to-begin-spring-season-in-california/ History links SIOUX FALLS, SD — The Augustana Women’s Golf Team will kick off the spring season by hosting the Augustana Spring Fling at Desert Willow Golf Resort – Mountain View Course in Palm Desert, Calif. Desert Willow Golf Resort is expected to play 6,003 yards and par 72. Live score will […]]]>

SIOUX FALLS, SD — The Augustana Women’s Golf Team will kick off the spring season by hosting the Augustana Spring Fling at Desert Willow Golf Resort – Mountain View Course in Palm Desert, Calif. Desert Willow Golf Resort is expected to play 6,003 yards and par 72.

Live score will be available at GoAugie.com/Live during the event.

The two-day event begins Thursday with a shotgun start from 8 a.m. and will end on Friday.

Seven schools will participate in the spring adventure, including MSU Denver, St. Martin’s, Sioux Falls, Grand Valley State, Indianapolis, Concordia-St. Paul and Augustanes.

The Vikings last competed in the Tulsa Cup at Meadowbrook Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where the team finished tied for seventh with 937 hits on Oct. 25-26.

Hanna Morin was the top finisher in the final event, tying for 17th place with a score of 232 (79-77-76).

Nathalie Young picked up an individual win this season when she won the Tracy Lane Invitational in the fall. Young also had two other top-ten finishes during the fall.

Augstana is also run by junior Molly Stevens where she has four top-10 finishes during the fall season, highlighted by a second-place finish at the Augustana Invitational on October 3. Stevens also has an NSIC Player of the Week honor during the fall season.

The Vikings will next take part in the Midwest Intercollegiate Invite at Silo Ridge Country Club in Bolivar, Missouri on March 21-22. This will be followed by the Newman Invitational at Sand Creek Station in Newton, Kansas on April 4-5. This event is followed by the Wildcat Classic Golf Tourney at Wayne Country Club in Wayne, Nebraska on April 11-12.

The Vikings’ next home tournament is April 15-16 at Willow Run Golf Course in Sioux Falls, South Dakota for the Augustana Easter Lily Invitational.

—GoAugie.com–

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Iowa men’s golf set for the Wake Forest Invitational in North Carolina https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/iowa-mens-golf-set-for-the-wake-forest-invitational-in-north-carolina/ Mon, 07 Mar 2022 08:16:05 +0000 https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/iowa-mens-golf-set-for-the-wake-forest-invitational-in-north-carolina/ The Hawkeyes travel to historic No. 2 Pinehurst on Monday and Tuesday to take on a number of ranked teams. Hannah Kinson Iowa’s Mac McClear drives the ball during the Hawkeye Invitational Men’s Golf on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at Finkbine Golf Course. The Iowa Men’s Golf Team will hit the action at the Wake […]]]>

The Hawkeyes travel to historic No. 2 Pinehurst on Monday and Tuesday to take on a number of ranked teams.

Hannah Kinson

Iowa’s Mac McClear drives the ball during the Hawkeye Invitational Men’s Golf on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at Finkbine Golf Course.


The Iowa Men’s Golf Team will hit the action at the Wake Forest Invitational this morning at one of the most famous golf courses on the planet: Pinehurst No. 2, in Pinehurst, North Carolina.

The historic track has hosted more individual golf tournaments than any course in America, according to homeofgolf.com. Seven major championships have been contested on the course since 1989.

“There’s a ton of history there,” Iowa assistant coach Charlie Hoyle said of Pinehurst No. 2. “The course was redesigned a few years ago, somehow. kind of brought back to its original style and layout. Any time you get the opportunity to play at a major championship venue where some greats of the game have played, it’s a real treat. The guys are really excited.

Pinehurst No. 2 is the fourth PGA Tour-level course the Hawkeyes have played since the start of the 2021-22 season.

Erin Hills Golf Course hosted the 2016 US Open, Warren Golf Course hosted the 2019 US Senior Open, and the Grand Reserve Golf Club has been the site of multiple Puerto Rico Opens, including the 2022 edition of the PGA Tour event which ended yesterday. .

“I think we’re doing a great job with our schedule,” Hoyle said. “We play very good golf courses week after week. I think it’s good for us too because we tend to play well on tough golf courses. I hope the weather looks good, but I hope it plays hard.

The Hawkeyes will be part of a 12-team field that includes Iowa, Augustana, No. 24 Clemson, Duke, East Carolina, No. 32 East Tennessee State, Kentucky, No. 21 North Carolina State, San Francisco, No. 20 Wake Forest, a “B team” of Wake Forest and Yale.

Wake Forest’s starting lineup includes two top-35 ranked golfers, No. 18 Michael Brennan and No. 33 Alex Fitzpatrick. Brennan has two wins this season and Fitzpatrick won one event in the fall.

North Carolina State and ETSU each have a top-50 player.

“I think it’s great,” Hoyle said of playing in talented bands. “I mean, you see where you are, don’t you? Just to see these teams try to beat these teams, you know, and ultimately beat these teams, I think it’s great for guys who play with the caliber of players that these teams have. It makes our guys realize that we can kinda hang with it [them]. We have to refine some things, but in the end we can hang on to these teams.

Iowa’s roster has yet to be set for the event, but three of the five spots will be filled by juniors Mac McClear and Ronan Kleu and senior Gonzalo Leal-Montero.

Mcclear — the defending Big Ten individual champion — led the Hawkeyes this spring and enters the event after finishing in the top-10 at the Puerto Rico Classic hosted by Purdue University.

This week’s action can be followed live on golfstat.com.

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Women’s Golf Set for River Landing Classic https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/womens-golf-set-for-river-landing-classic/ Sun, 06 Mar 2022 22:27:53 +0000 https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/womens-golf-set-for-river-landing-classic/ History links WALLACE, North Carolina – The Marshall Women’s Golf Team is back in action March 7-8 at the River Landing Classic, hosted by UNC-Wilmington. Marshall is one of 14 teams participating in the tournament. The three-round, two-day event will be played at the River Landing Golf Course, which […]]]>

WALLACE, North Carolina – The Marshall Women’s Golf Team is back in action March 7-8 at the River Landing Classic, hosted by UNC-Wilmington. Marshall is one of 14 teams participating in the tournament.

The three-round, two-day event will be played at the River Landing Golf Course, which is par-72, with a total distance of 6,026 yards. The tournament will begin on Monday, March 7 with a 9 a.m. start and will be played continuously for two rounds. The third and final round begins Tuesday at 9 a.m., with another tee shot.

Live scoring is provided by GolfStat.com.

Competing for Marshall is fifth-year senior Stormy Randazzo, the elderly Jackie Schmidt and Torren Kalaskey, and freshmen Katie Potter and Emily McLatchey. The Herd will start the day on holes 14-17.

The River Landing Classic is Marshall’s first action since Feb. 14-15, at the First Coast Classic in Jacksonville, Florida. This will be the fifth consecutive year the herd has competed in the River Landing Classic. Marshall earned a fifth-place finish on his first trip to Wallace, North Carolina on March 6, 2018. Randazzo, a freshman at the time, was tied for fourth to lead the team. She shot a career-high 3 under 69 in the first round.

Five of Marshall’s 13 opponents are ranked in GolfStat’s Top 100. Other programs competing at the River Landing Classic are host team UNC Wilmington, Boston University, (#82) Boston College, (#64) Coastal Carolina, East Carolina, Elon, (#97) James Madison, (#79) Kennesaw State, Richmond, USC Upstate, (#77) Charlotte, UNC Greensboro and William & Mary.

For all the latest information on the Marshall Women’s Golf Team, follow the herd on Twitter @HerdWGolf, Facebook at Marshall University Women’s Golf Team and at www.herdzone.com.

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Men’s golf will start the spring season Monday in Florida https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/mens-golf-will-start-the-spring-season-monday-in-florida/ Sun, 27 Feb 2022 20:42:33 +0000 https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/mens-golf-will-start-the-spring-season-monday-in-florida/ David Cohen Director / Strategic Brand Engagement History links CINCINNATI — The University of Cincinnati men’s golf team will begin its spring campaign Monday with the two-day Coral Creek Club Invitational. The action will take place on the par-71, 7,143-yard course, featuring UCF, Florida Gulf Coast, Illinois State, Jacksonville, Kennesaw […]]]>

David Cohen

Director / Strategic Brand Engagement

CINCINNATI — The University of Cincinnati men’s golf team will begin its spring campaign Monday with the two-day Coral Creek Club Invitational.

The action will take place on the par-71, 7,143-yard course, featuring UCF, Florida Gulf Coast, Illinois State, Jacksonville, Kennesaw State, No. 40 Kent State, Liberty, Lipscomb, Memphis, North Florida, North Texas, South Alabama, No. 28 South Florida, No. 17 Texas A&M and Toledo.

clay amlung, Ty Gingerich, Sam John, Mason Lenhart and Joey McCarthy make up the Bearcats field.

Jean led UC in the fall with an average of 71.07, including six rounds below 70 over five tournaments, while earning AAC Golfer of the Month honors for September. He also had three top-five finishes, including second at the Steelwood Collegiate Invite to close out the fall. McCarthy, who qualified for the Mackenzie Tour earlier this month, finished second with a 72.20.

Mason Lenhart also finished last half with a 1 under 71, including his two lowest rounds of the season, while finishing 16and to equal his career record from his freshman year.

As a team, the Bearcats finished first, third and fifth and will be looking to regain that form. Only one of their five fall tournaments were three-day businesses.








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Men’s Golf No. 16 ready to fight in tough Cabo Collegiate https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/mens-golf-no-16-ready-to-fight-in-tough-cabo-collegiate/ Sat, 26 Feb 2022 18:05:49 +0000 https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/mens-golf-no-16-ready-to-fight-in-tough-cabo-collegiate/ History links CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico – The No. 16 Ole Miss Men’s Golf Team heads international for its second straight tournament in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico to compete in the annual Cabo Collegiate Invitational Feb. 27-March 27. 1. Featuring a stacked field with nine of the 15 teams in […]]]>

CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico – The No. 16 Ole Miss Men’s Golf Team heads international for its second straight tournament in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico to compete in the annual Cabo Collegiate Invitational Feb. 27-March 27. 1.

Featuring a stacked field with nine of the 15 teams in attendance holding Golfstat Top 25 rankings, the three-day tournament will take place at the scenic Cove Club Golf Course in Cabo Del Sol.

Tournament Schedule
Sunday, February 27 – 18 holes (Shotgun tee time scheduled for 9 a.m. CT)
Monday, Feb. 28 – 18 holes (shotgun start scheduled for 9 a.m. CT)
Tuesday, March 1 – 18 holes (shotgun start scheduled for 9 a.m. CT)

Programming

Brett Schell (So.)
– Holds the second highest shot average of the year for the Rebels (69.67)
– Climbed to 16th in the nation in the latest Golfstat NCAA Player Rankings (was 42nd)
– Finished with a career-best finish at the Puerto Rico Classic, tied for fourth
– Also recorded career-low 18-hole (65) and 54-hole (201) scores while performing in Puerto Rico
– Won first collegiate top 20 at Blessings Collegiate Invitational (T-12th)
– Ended the fall season with his first ever top 10 at White Sands Bahamas (T-7th)



Jackson Suber (Sr.)

– Currently averaging 69.22 shots per team over the year
— Entered the spring season ranked as the No. 1 golfer in the nation by Golfstat
— Named to the 2022 Ben Hogan Prize Watch List
– Captured the third career individual tournament victory at the White Sands Bahamas with a 205 (-11)
– Holds #9 on the latest PGA TOUR World College Velocity Rankings
– Also ranked #19 and #26 on the Golfstat NCAA Player Rankings and the Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings
– Named Honorable Mention PING All-American 2020-21, becoming the 11th All-American in school history



Sarut Vongchaisit (Sr.)

– 71.67 average shots on the 2021-22 season so far
– Finished with a perfect 4-0 record individually in the SEC Match Play Championship
– Recorded seven birdies in the team’s season opener at the Blessings Collegiate Invitational
– Recorded a new career-low 54-hole score of 208 (-8) in his 22nd finish at the Puerto Rico Classic
– Also had a season-low round of 69 (-3) on his last day in Puerto Rico
– Tied for 21st at the Asia-Pacific Amateur in Dubai, finishing four under the week



Kye meeks (R-Fr.)

– Posting an average of 73.11 shots over the 2021-22 season
— Made his collegiate debut for the Rebels at Blessings Collegiate, where he also recorded his first collegiate birdie on hole 15
– Finished the SEC Match Play Championship with an individual 3-1 record, including a win over the then No. 1. 11 ranked Tyler Johnson of Tennessee
– Finished the Puerto Rico Classic with a career low 69 (-3) that day
– Ranked #1 freshman out of Mississippi State in 2020
– Two-time individual high school state champion



Evan Brown (gr.)

— Finished the fall season with an average of 72.50 shots
— Honorable Mention PING All-American 2020-21
– Had his best individual result for the Rebels at White Sands Bahamas, tied for 11th
– Season-low 68 (-4) round on day two of the White Sands Invitational
– Played in 28 tournaments and posted a record 71.85 stroke average during his Loyola (Md.) career
– Finished the 2020-21 season at Loyola with the best team average of 70.90 shots, another school record
– Earned a pair of individual tournament victories during his time with the Greyhounds

Field
No. 20 Alabama
No. 28 Arizona
Arizona State No. 2
No. 7 Arkansas
Baylor
California
No. 41 Florida State
Houston
Oklahoma State No. 3

No. 16 Ole Miss
Rice
No. 8 Stanford
No. 10 Tennessee
Texas Tech No. 6
No. 21 Vanderbilt

The lesson
Playing 6,807 yards as a par 71, the Jack Nicklaus Signature Cove Club Golf Course (formerly the Ocean Course) has set the bar for the Los Cabos golf experience since it opened in 1994. Spanning More than a mile along the Sea of ​​Cortez, the Cove Club Golf Course offers four unforgettable oceanfront holes perched above the roaring waves of the Pacific.

Ole Miss retains Top 25 status
After a sixth place finish as a team at the Puerto Rico Classic where the Rebels tied a program record for lowest tournament score set at the 1982 Mississippi Intercollegiate with a final tournament score of 828 (-36). With the finish, the Rebels saw themselves remaining in the top 25 of Golfstat and Golfweek/Sagarin NCAA team rankings. Now holding a Golfstat team ranking of No. 16 in the nation and an NCAA ranking of No. 22 by Golfweek, the Rebels will face a total of 10 other Golfstat Top 50 teams in Cabo Collegiate, eight of which sit in Les Top 25 rankings from Golfstat as well.

Rebels in the ranking
Jumping off after a stellar week in Puerto Rico, sophomore Brett Schell currently leading the way for the Rebels by sitting in 16th place in the latest Golfstat NCAA Player Rankings. Not far behind Schell is senior Jackson Suber, which is ranked No. 19 by Golfstat, while also holding the No. 26 ranking in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Schell is ranked No. 50 by Golfweek/Sagarin.

Suber will make his PGA TOUR debut
senior rebel Jackson Suber is set to compete in his PGA TOUR debut later in March after the Tampa, Fla. native received a sponsor exemption for the 2022 Valspar Championship in Palm Harbor, Fla. The tournament, which is scheduled to take place March 17-20, will mark the first appearance for a Rebel since November 2021, when Braden Thornberry competed in the first two rounds of the World Tech Championship in Mayakoba.

Career week for Schell in Puerto Rico
Second year Brett Schell capped off a scorching week in Puerto Rico by earning several career bests in his performance, including his first-ever collegiate top-5 finish by finishing tied for fourth. Additionally, Schell recorded another career-low round of 66 (-6) on day two, followed by another career-low round of 65 (-7) on day three to finish with a total of 54 holes at a career low of 201. (-15) on the week. Schell’s score of 201 ranks as the third-lowest three-round score in program history.

PGA TOUR College Rankings for Rebels
In the latest PGA TOUR University Velocity World Rankings, Jackson Suber ranked No. 9 in the nation after his tournament in Puerto Rico. Further down the board for the Rebels is Evan Brown, who ranks No. 59 after missing the team’s spring season opener through injury. At the end of the season, the top five on the Velocity World Rankings will earn a membership to the Korn Ferry Tour. Players finishing sixth through 15th will earn a PGA TOUR International Tour Membership.

Next on Tee
After the team’s trip to Mexico for Cabo Collegiate, the Rebels will return to the United States to compete in the Louisiana Classic in Lafayette, Louisiana. The two-day invitational is set to take place March 14-15 at Oakbourne Country Club.

follow the rebels
For updates throughout the tournament, follow the Rebels on Twitter at @OleMissMGolf. Updates and additional team information can be found on Instagram at OleMissMGolf, on Facebook at Ole Miss Men’s Golf and at OleMissSports.com.

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Women’s Golf Set for the 19th Annual Rio Verde Invitational Tournament https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/womens-golf-set-for-the-19th-annual-rio-verde-invitational-tournament/ Thu, 24 Feb 2022 18:20:19 +0000 https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/womens-golf-set-for-the-19th-annual-rio-verde-invitational-tournament/ Live score. RIO VERDE, Ariz. (EMUEagles.com) — The Eastern Michigan University women’s golf team heads west to the Grand Canyon State to compete in the 19th Rio Verde Collegiate Invitational, Feb. 25-27. This year’s field will feature 18 teams with four out of five individual scores counting towards the team total each day. The 54-hole […]]]>
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RIO VERDE, Ariz. (EMUEagles.com) — The Eastern Michigan University women’s golf team heads west to the Grand Canyon State to compete in the 19th Rio Verde Collegiate Invitational, Feb. 25-27. This year’s field will feature 18 teams with four out of five individual scores counting towards the team total each day.

The 54-hole tournament, hosted by Western Michigan, takes place Friday through Sunday on the White Wing golf course at Rio Verde Country Club. Live scores will be available on Golfstat.com.

The event features seven Mid-American Conference programs: Akron, Ball State, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Ohio and WMU.

The estate also includes Bradley, Butler, California Baptist, Illinois State, Kennesaw State, Loyola, Illinois, Missouri State, Oakland, South Dakota, Wichita State, and Xavier .

The event returns after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Originally known as the East/West Rio Verde Invitational, WMU won the first invitational tournament in the spring of 2003 with a score of 614. The event expanded from a 36-hole format to a 54 holes in 2005. This year’s tournament returns to the White Wing course, where it was last held in 2020.

In 2020, the former Eagle Preaw Sripatrprasite (Bangkok, Thailand-Siam International) closed with a 73 to finish tied for ninth with a 223 (74-76-73) in the event after rain washed away the second round. Arkansas State won the tournament in the rain with an 880 (299-289-292), while Northern Illinois finished 12 strokes off the lead with an 892 (302-298-292). ). Eastern Michigan finished in 13th place with a 926 (307-316-303) from the field.

Junior Natai Apichonlati (Bangkok, Thailand-The Regent’s International School) will lead the Eagles roster, followed by first-year Alyssa Di Marcantonio (Maple, Ontario – Tommy Douglas High School). In seats No. 3 and 4 there will be a freshman Dull Kyleigh (Fremont, Ohio-Lakota) and second Anna Watson (Ashland, Ohio-Ashland)while junior Olivia Loberg (Bend, Oregon-Summit) will complete the range.


Fans can also tweet about this year’s event using the hashtag #RV2022.

19th edition of the Rio Verde Invitational – February 25-27, 2021

Or: Rio Verde, Arizona (White Wing Course)

Format: 18 holes every day

Per/yardage: 72/6001

Field: Akron, Ball State, Bowling Green, Bradley, Butler, California Baptist, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Illinois State, Kennesaw State, Loyola (Ill.), Missouri State, Oakland, Ohio, South Dakota, Wichita State, Western Michigan, and xavier

Line up: Natai Apichonlati, Alyssa Di Marcantonio, Dull Kyleigh, Anna Watson, Olivia Loberg

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Men’s golf set to compete in The Prestige https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/mens-golf-set-to-compete-in-the-prestige/ Sun, 20 Feb 2022 18:01:45 +0000 https://pilotknobparkgolf.org/mens-golf-set-to-compete-in-the-prestige/ History links SAN DIEGO –The San Diego State men’s golf team resumes action Monday at the Prestige at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif. The Aztecs are one of 22 teams competing in the 22nd annual event, which will feature 18-hole rounds over three consecutive days on the 7,100-yard, par-71 […]]]>

SAN DIEGO –The San Diego State men’s golf team resumes action Monday at the Prestige at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif. The Aztecs are one of 22 teams competing in the 22nd annual event, which will feature 18-hole rounds over three consecutive days on the 7,100-yard, par-71 Greg Norman course.

The tournament includes 10 programs ranked in the top 50 of the latest Golfstat rankings (February 15). Alongside No. 44 SDSU, who will participate in the Prestige are No. 5 Pepperdine, No. 7 Texas Tech, No. 9 Stanford, No. 18 Vanderbilt, No. 25 LSU, No. 29 Northwestern, No. 47 San Francisco, #48 Oregon, #49 UCLA, #51 TCU, #52 UC Davis, Denver, Cal Poly, Colorado State, Iowa State, Loyola Marymount, North Texas, Oregon State, Princeton , Santa Clara and SMU.

San Diego State will tee off on the first hole, beginning at 11:55 a.m. PT Monday, and will play with Pepperdine and SMU. On Tuesday, the same three tee times will start from the 10th hole in the morning. Wednesday’s final round kicks off at 7:00 a.m. PT while the leaders play in the afternoon heat at 11:00 a.m. PT.

The Aztecs are coming off an impressive sixth-place finish at the 12-team Southwest Invitational presented by Topgolf, Jan. 24-26, at the North Ranch Country Club in Westlake Village, Calif. SDSU finished at 7 of 871, only behind No. 3 Arizona State (-30), No. 7 Pepperdine (-17), No. 21 Washington (-8), No. 13 Georgia (-1) and the No. 1. 14 Wake Forest (+5). San Diego State finished five strokes ahead of UCLA (seventh, +12) and 15 strokes ahead of No. 8 Texas (eighth, +22). Other Mountain West schools in the tournament were San Jose State (T-10th, +38) and UNLV (12th, +42).

The head coach of the Aztecs has penciled in the starting five of Puwit Anupansuebsai (Nakhon Phanom, Thailand), Zihao Jin (Beijing, China), Steve Sugimoto (San Diego, CA/Rancho Bernardo HS), Shea Lagoon (Jamul, CA/Steele Canyon HS) and Youssef Guezzale (San Diego, CA/La Jolla HS). Additionally, Justin Hastings (Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands) and Skyler Ngo (Las Vegas) will participate as individuals in the Prestige Individual Invitational at the 7,145-yard, par-72 Coral Mountain Golf Club.

Jin leads SDSU with an average of 70.89 shots this season, followed by Anupansuebsai (71.67), Guezzale (72.07), Sugimoto (72.27) and Lague (72.58). Ngo posted an average of 74.67 shots and Hastings is at 74.83.

Arizona is the defending tournament champion, but is not participating this year. The best returning teams from a year ago are Pepperdine (-3), SMU (+8), Stanford (+13), TCU (+14), Texas Tech (+17) and San Diego State (+18) ).

Jin paced the Aztecs last year at 2 of 215 for a tie for 17th, followed by Anupansuebsai (+3, T-21), Sugimoto (+7, T-53), Joey Moore (+9, T-72) and Guezzale (+17, T-108).

The Greg Norman course has hosted the Prestige at PGA West 14 times (2004-08, 2011, 2013-14 and 2016-21). Other venues include Desert Willow Golf Club (2000-01), La Quinta Mountain Resort Course (2002-03), TPC Stadium Course (2009-10), and Jack Nicklaus Tournament Course (2015). In its history, The Prestige was part of the varsity men’s golf fall program for 13 years before moving on in the spring of 2013.

After The Prestige, the Aztecs will co-host the Lamkin Invitational at the San Diego Country Club in Chula Vista, Calif., March 7-8.

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