Central is third after the first men’s golf round in Texas

Central College opened the spring season in third place after suspending play on the first day of the Longview, Texas-Pinecrest Invitational Men’s Golf Tournament.

The players were finishing the second round of the 36-Holiday when the storm hit on Monday evening. The second round game will resume at 8 a.m. Tuesday, with the final 18 holes of the 54-hole tournament starting at 9:30 a.m. at par-71, 6,609-yard Pinecrest Country Club.

Harold Dobernaker (Second Year, Nevada) Shot 73, ranked sixth in the individual standings. Lucas Wendell (Jr., Le Claire, Pleasant Valley HS) There were 74, in eighth place. Jake Moffett (second year, Mount Pleasant) Ranked 12th out of 77. Drake Hamilton (Freshman, Westlake, Texas, Keller HS) 79th and 22nd Drew Rogers (Newcomer, Sullivan, patient.) 82nd is ranked 35th.

Great access Dustin Hines (Jr., Sigorny) The shot is ranked 80th and 28th.

“I’m really happy with how Harold and Lucas got out of there,” said the coach Mel Blassey | Said. “We started a small show, but the rust shook as the day went on.”

Shreiner University (Texas) 293, Concordia University (Texas) 301 and Central Shot 303 in the six-team field. Centennial College at East Texas Baptist University 308 and Tournament Host Leturno University (Texas) at 314. (La.) 316 and LeTourneau B Team 329.

Blessy said Central’s second-round score is likely to reflect the first-round result.

“I like that we get the best finish to the second round and then in the final round it plays well to see what we get,” Blassey said.

Blessy notes that Central are the only team that has not had more outdoor training time during the winter.

“People did a good job of preparing as much as they could inside the house,” Blessy said. “I think we will do better against these teams in another month.”

Blessy said the course will be a great preparation for the American Reverse Tournament, which will take place April 28-30 at the Geneva Golf and Country Club in Muscat.

“I love this golf course, the competition is great and the weather is good,” Blessy said. “It’s very similar to the conference course. It’s not very long, but there are small greens that are hard to hit with a long iron when you do not play much.”

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