The men's golf team participated in their first WHAC Jamboree on Monday at the Polo Fields Country Club in Ypsilanti, Mich. After the rain and a three hour delay, the event had beautiful weather. The Golden Eagles' score of 305 placed Cornerstone second overall behind Davenport (297) and plus 17 for the course. The men are now second overall in the WHAC leaving them eight strokes back from Davenport while UNOH is only four strokes behind Cornerstone to take the third place spot.
Leading the Way
Chris Wise shot an even par (72) for the day placing him tied for second place with Siena Heights' Nicholas Campbell. On Monday, Wisen was able to tally 6 birdies to give him his career low score. Davenport's Adrian Balbas totaled an individual score of 70 on Monday to place him two under and giving him the overall leader position.
Golden Eagles Tyler Coyne and Sam Vos both shot a 77 respectively placing them tied for eight alongside Aquinas' Cody Britton. Casey VandenBerg finished the day tied for 13th with a score of 79. Rounding out the day was Zach Mick (81) and Brad Clevenger (83). All Cornerstone players placed in the top 30 competitors to give them the second place finish.
The team takes a nine-day break from WHAC play which will begin again on Sept. 19 for WHAC Jamboree #2 at Highlands Golf Course hosted by Aquinas College. The Jamboree is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. Prior to WHAC play, the Golden Eagles will participate in the Mike Lalaeff Memorial Invitational in Hammond, Ind. The Invitational will be located at Lost Marsh Golf Club on Sept. 16 & 17 and is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. on Monday and 9 a.m. on Tuesday.
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