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#6 - Sam Vos (SR/Grand Haven, Mich.) records hole-in-one at Kohler Collegiate at Whistling Straights
Oct 20, 2014
CHEBOYGAN, Wis. – Sam Vos (SR/Grand Haven, Mich.) brought back the highlight of the day as the senior posted a hole-in-one on the par-3 17th hole in route to leading his team to a 325 team score in the Kohler Collegiate Classic. Vos finished with a 79 as Cornerstone finds themselves in 16th place after 18 holes of play. The 18 participating teams will resume play on Tuesday at Whistling Straight GC.
PIERSON, Mich. – The final event of the 2014-15 men's golf season is in the books as Cornerstone places sixth out of eight varsity teams in the annual Knight Invite hosted by Calvin College at Pilgrim's Run Golf Club. The Golden Eagles posted a 334 team score as GRCC had the best overall score of 316 with Calvin winning the varsity team event with a 317.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The final day of the 2015 WHAC Championships saw higher scores across the board and the Golden Eagles fell one spot from the opening 36-holes to place seventh out of 11 teams. Tyler Coyne (JR/Auburn Hills, Mich.), the overnight leader for the event, concluded the 54-hole tourney with a tie for fourth. Davenport took the team title while Jorge Benitez repeated as the WHAC individual champion.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Cornerstone's Tyler Coyne (JR/Auburn Hills, Mich.) leads the individual field at the 2015 WHAC Championships as the junior fired a 1-under par 143 (74-69) at Coyote Creek Golf Club. The Golden Eagles sit in sixth place as a team as they posted rounds of 318 and 301. Day two will start with an 8:30 shotgun with Davenport leading the way by 23 shots.
HOLLAND, Mich. – The final preparations for the 2015 WHAC Championships came Tuesday as the men's golf team posted a second place finish at the annual Furniture City Classic. The Golden Eagles finished with a team score of 326 while the Panthers of Davenport took the title with a 299. CU bested Calvin by nine and the host school, Hope College, by 11. The Golden Eagles will be in action next on April 16-17 at the WHAC Championships in Indiana.