Orlando, Florida – Beginner Peter Hutton (Syracuse, NY / Jamesville-DeWitt) He tied for ninth to lead the Le Moines College men’s golf team to sixth in the McDonough Cup, hosted by Rollins College, Monday and Tuesday at Rio Pinar Country Club 72 par-72, 7,001 yards.The Dolphins scored their best result in six McDonough Cup games with a sixth place finish. They hit 880 over 54 holes, topping their event best result by 27 strokes. Dolphins opened with 291 to land fourth in the 10-team field. They scored 291 again in the second round, but fell back to fifth. Phins’ finished the tournament with 298 on Tuesday.

Host Tars won the team championship with a 14-under par of 850. They opened with a nine-under par 279, followed by a 288, capping the event with a five-under par 869. With five times the par 869 in the following rounds of 288, 287 and 294. Embry-Riddle University was one In third place after scores of 290, 287, and 293. Rollins’ Warrutt Wengrungro took the Medal of Honor with an 11-under 205. Eight rounds under 64, equal 72 and three under-69.

Hatton finished in a four-way tie for ninth with 216 tied. He scored 1 under par 71 in the first round to drop in the tie-breaker to finish fourth. He remained in a tie for fourth place after having two under-70s in the second round. He scored 75 in the last round to plunge into a tie for the ninth time. He tied for third in the field in the fourth division by scoring twice below par, and tied for sixth in the 67-member field with 11 birdies.

junior Tyler Bird (Elma, NY/Iroquois) He ended a three-way tie to finish 23rd with a score of 221. He was in a draw 11 times to finish 20 after shooting 74 in the first round. He remained in 20th place, this time with only one competitor, having scored 72 equal points in the second round. On Tuesday, he handed 75 to drop in the tie for 23rd place.

big Nicholas Buff (Syracuse, NY/West Genesee) He was once in a four-way tie for 26th with 222. Part of the tie was 11 directions for 20 after 74 in the opening round. He scored 75 on Monday afternoon to plunge into a six-way tie for 34th. He moved up eight places on the final day with a score of 73 in the third round.

A student in his second year of study Johnny Groninger (Syracuse, NY / Manlius Pebble Hill) It was another shot with 223 to put it in a three-way tie at number 30. He was also in an 11-time tie at 20 after the first round with a score of 74. He was followed by another 74 in the second round, including an eagle on a last hole, to go on to a seven-way tie in 27th place. He finished the event by posting 75 in the final round.

big Luke (Appalachian, NY/Vestal) He ranked 51st with a score of 230. He echoed 72 tie-breakers in the first round to land in a four-way tie for eighth place. He scored 78 in the second round to slip into a seven-way tie for 40th. Scored 80 in the final round.

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