M Golf - Archives 2017-18
The Dartmouth men's golf team did well to manage the windy conditions, scoring in the middle of the pack in the final round to move up two spots on the leaderboard into a tie for 14th.
The men's golf team begins the spring season on Monday, Feb. 26 at the Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate hosted by Francis Marion University.
Freshman James Turner carded a two-over 72 on a high-scoring day at the Camden Collegiate, leading the Big Green to a tie for ninth in the 17-team field.
Ian Kelsey finished the first two rounds of the Camden Collegiate at one-under par, tying for ninth helping Dartmouth end the day in ninth place in the 17-team field.
James Turner concluded the Macdonald Cup with Dartmouth's low score in the final round, sinking three birdies to card a 5-over 75 as the Big Green placed ninth overall with a 308 (+28).
Freshman Jason Liu shot a 72-68—140 (E) on the first day of the Macdonald Cup, leading Dartmouth into fourth place with the final round to be played on Sunday.
The Quechee Club Collegiate Challenge came to a close with the second and final round of play on Sunday with the host Dartmouth men's golf team finishing up in eighth place.
James Turner ended the first round of the Quechee Club Collegiate Challenge in a 10-way tie for fourth at one-under par with Dartmouth in the middle of the pack, seventh of 14.
Riley Griffin and James Turner both tied for 10th to lead Dartmouth in the individual standings, while the latter carded a three-under 68 in the final round to lead the charge.
Will Bednarz finished the opening two rounds of the Cornell Invitational at two-under par, while classmate Riley Griffin ended the day at even par to have the Big Green just a stroke behind Yale.
The 2017-18 golf season gets started for the Dartmouth men's team this weekend with a trip to Ithaca, New York, for the Cornell Invitational.
Throughout the summer, DartmouthSports.com will be focusing on members of the Class of 2019 who are currently in their "Sophomore Summers." This installment features John Lazor of the men's golf team.