Men's Golf in 17th after First Day of UALR/First Tee Collegiate Classic
The Missouri State men’s golf team completed the first day of the UALR/First Tee Collegiate Classic on Monday with a 36-hole total of 638. The Bears are in 17th place, posting 18-hole team scores of 314-324. The 18-team field is par 72, 7,221-yard Bear Den Course in Little Rock, Ark.
Leading the team competition with 18-hole rounds of 294-285 is tournament host, Arkansas-Little Rock at 579. Dylan Raines of UALR posted rounds of 68-73 to enter the final 18 holes of competition in first place individually.
Junior Ryan Weinhaus was low for the Bears shooting 74-79. He finished the day tied in 55th place individually with a 36-hole total of 153. Second for the Bears’ men was sophomore Jack Courington at 155, two strokes behind Weinhaus. Courington posted rounds of 76-79 for a total of 155. After the first 36 holes, he is tied in 64th place. Freshman Mark Hogan sits alone in 89th with rounds of 81-83164. Three strokes behind Hogan is junior Jay McBride at 167. He is in 92nd with 18-hole rounds of 84-83. Also for the Bears was freshman Jordan McLaurin. He finished the day tied in 93rd place with rounds of 83-85168.
The Bears’ men play the final round of the UALR/First Teel Collegiate Classic on Tuesday morning with a scheduled start time of 8:00 a.m.