After a strong outing during the first WHAC Jamboree on Sept. 9 at the Polo Fields Country Club in Ypsilanti, Mich., the Golden Eagles' men's golf team headed into WHAC Jamboree #2 sitting in second place. The second WHAC event took place in Grand Rapids, Mich., at the Highlands GC earlier this afternoon.
After the rain passed in the morning, the WHAC Jamboree was able to begin on time at 11 a.m. The Golden Eagles' finished with a 307 team score, plus 23 for the course, placing them sixth ending the day. Cornerstone was nearly one stroke away from Indiana Tech and Siena Heights who tied for fourth overall. Northwestern Ohio took the first place position shooting an overall 288 team score and a plus four for the course. Taking second and third place positions were Davenport (291) and Madonna (301) after Thursday's event.
Leading the Way
Tyler Coyne shot a 73 for the day placing him tied for eight with five other WHAC competitors. Northwestern Ohio's Keith Long totaled an individual score of 67 on Wednesday placing him four under par and giving him the overall leader position. Long's round placed him five strokes ahead of his nearest competitor, Adrian Balbas. Balbas claimed the leader position during the first WHAC Jamboree.
Golden Eagles Sam Vos followed Coyne after finishing the day plus five (76). Vos' score places him tied for 17th. Zach Mick shot a 77 respectively placing him tied for 21st. Rounding the afternoon was Casey VandenBerg (81) and Brad Clevenger (84).
The Golden Eagles will return to the course on Sept. 24 & 25 to participate in the WHAC Jamboree #3. Round one will begin on Tuesday in Lima, Ohio, at the Hawthorne Hills Golf Course beginning at 10 a.m. Round two is scheduled to start at 11 a.m. in Fort Wayne, Ind., at the Coyote Creek Golf Course on Wednesday.
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