Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Stuart Easton makes top 20 in Kentucky

 Stuart Easton from Irvine, Ayrshire, a student at Western Kentucky University, achieved a top 20 finish in the WKU Kenny Perry
Invitational at The Club @ Old Stone,  Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Stuart (pictured) had rounds of 70, 75 and 76 for a total of 221 over par 72 course of 7,219yd, which earned him  a share of 18th place.
Englishman Jamie Mist (Jacksonville State) finished T21 on 223 with rounds of 73, 75 and 75.
James Leadbetter (Florida Gulf Coast), son of US-based English-born coach David Leadbetter, finished T49 on 232 with scores of 80, 74 and 78.
Londoner Casper Howells (Florida Gulf Coast) shot scores of 78, 81 and 78 for 237 and a share of 59th position in a field of 69.
Winner by two strokes was Billy Tom Sargent (Western Kentucky) with scores of 70, 69 and 69 for 208.
The team event 1-2-3 was:
860 Eastern Kentucky
869 Jacksonville State
871 Western Kentucky 

McNeill's T49 finish in Bayou Classic
McNeese State students Tom Atkins and Scot Duncan McNeill finished on 220 (T30) and 224 (T49) respectively in a field of 80 players at the Bayou City Collegiate Classic at Goldcrest County Club.
Englishman Atkins had scores of 76, 71 and 73; McNeill 72, 75 and 77.
Individual winner by three strokwes was Mans Berglund (Lamar) with rounds of 70, 67 and 70 for nine-under-par 207.
Lamsas (852) won the team title comfortably from Houston (869) with McNeese State (872) fifth of 13 teams. 

Emily Aird down the Dallas field as

19-year-old American wins by 13 strokes

Emily Aird from Perth, in her fourth and final year as a student at Newman University, Wichita, Kansas, finished joint 39th in a field of 86 players at the Dallas Baptist University Women's Patriot Classic college golf tournament at the Golf Club of Dallas, Texas.
Over a par-72 course of 5,991yd, Emily, pictured below, had improving scores of 81, 78 and 76 for a total of 235.

Team-mate Alexandra Patton, also a fourth-year student, finished T67 with rounds of 80, 85 and 82 for 247
Ann Parmerter, a 19-year-old Dallas Baptist student from Austin, Texas, scored a runaway win by a 13-stroke margin with rounds of 69, 65 and 67 for a 15-under-par total of 201.
Dallas Baptist also won the team event by 16 strokes from Tarleton State with Newman University 11th of 16 teams.



Monifieth's Heather Munro, a third-year student at Elon University, North Carolina, dropped from a share of fourth place to a final position of joint 19th in a field of 96 players over the last round in the 54-hole Pinehurst Challenge at the Pinehurst No 12 course, North Carolina today (Tuesday, USA time).
Heather had scores of 73, 70 and 79 for a total of 222. She had a nightmare inward half of 42 in her last round.
Eildih Watson from Dollar, a student at Stetson University, finished joint 56th with rounds of 77, 78 and 74 for 229. 
Anglo-Scot Paige Kemp (Stetson) finished on 221 with rounds of 76, 69 and 76. That placed her T14.
Dulcie Sverdloff (Kennesaw State) from Southend finished T10 alongside Heather Munro with rounds of 75, 73 and 74 for 221.
Winner with an eight-under-par aggregate of 208 was Lisa Pettersson (East Carolina (72-65-71).
Stetson and Ellon tied for 11th place in a field of 18 for the team event.
+Heather Munro
and Eilidh Watson pictured together at an earlier US college tournament.



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