The Flat – bartley forrester After a 69-65 shot round through the first 36 holes on Monday, the Gainesville, Fla., senior has a one-shot lead at the Ben Hogan University Invitational. The eighth-ranked Yellow Jackets stumbled to 12 overs in the afternoon to tie at 10 after taking the lead with a 2-under par in the morning round.th Participate in team races.
Forrester played a bogey-free 18 holes in the afternoon with five birdies at the par-70 Colonial Country Club to win for the third time in his college career, leading by one stroke over Stanford’s Michael Thorbjörsen. He had one bogey to two birdies in his 69th round in the morning.
Meanwhile, the Yellow Jackets trailed North Carolina State by 20 strokes after facing the Tar Heels in the opening round.
Round 2 Summary – Forrester made a 5-under 65 while Tech went 4-under 74 from freshman year Hiroshi Taifrom 6 over par 76 Christ Lamprecht and 7 over par 77 from freshman Aidan Tran The afternoon gave the Yellow Jackets a score of 292 for 12 over par and a total of 570 for 10 over par over 36 holes.Inverness Inter-College winner Lamprecht and Tie are tied at 52 in Tech’s final gamend Place it on the 5-over par 145 closest to the Forester on the leaderboard.
Connor Howefinishing 3rd and 14thth At Tech’s two previous events this fall, he didn’t count for a team in any of Saturday’s rounds after posting rounds 73-79.
Round 1 Summary – Tech shared an 18-hole lead with North Carolina with a 2-under par score of 278 after Forrester, Lamprecht and Tran each carded 69 1-under par rounds. Tai added a 1-over par 71 to the yellow jacket for his fourth counting score.
Bartley Forrester is looking to win the tournament for the third time in his career by trailing by a stroke on 36 holes. (Photo by Stacey McBride)
team leaderboard – 13 while Tech was down on the afternoon leaderboardth-Ranked North Carolina finished with a 10-under par 550 over 36 holes, posting an 8-under 272, the best score of the round. He is four strokes behind Stanford (554, -6), who recorded 7 under par and 273 strokes in the afternoon. No. 6 Arizona State, which rivals North Carolina’s 8-under-par afternoon score, is 557 (-3), which puts him in third place. Tech was fifth. at 559 (-1).
individual leaderboards – Forester’s 6-under-par 134 total is one stroke ahead of Thorbjörnsen, who carded the round 69-66 on Monday. William Maw of Aberg and Pepperdine is tied for third with 136 (-4).
Tournament information – The Yellow Jackets will be competing in the Ben Hogan University Invitational for the first time. Hosted by TCU, the tournament will consist of 36 holes on Mondays with a shotgun start at 8:15am. Tuesday’s 18-hole round starts at 8am with his 1st hole and his 10th.
The 7,204-yard, par-70 Colonial Country Club has hosted an annual PGA Tour event since 1946. The club was founded in 1936 and hosted the 1941 US Open, the 1975 Tournament Players Championship and the 1991 US Women’s Open. The course is located on the banks of the Trinity River, less than a mile from the TCU campus.
Ben Hogan’s event will feature 14 teams from the 2022 NCAA Championship. This includes all eight teams that have advanced to match play. Thirteen of the 16 teams currently rank in the top 25 nationally, according to a September 30 Bushnell/Golf Week Coaches poll. The complete field (with current Bushnell/Golfweek coach rankings) – Vanderbilt (1), Oklahoma (2), Stanford (t3), Arizona State (6), Texas Tech (7), Georgia Tech (8), Florida (10), Oklahoma State (11), North Carolina (13) ), Georgia (17), Texas (19), Wake Forest (t21), Pepperdine (25), Oregon (29), Southern California, TCU.
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