Dalton State Golf 10th At Skyhawk Classic

Tuesday, October 08, 2013

The Dalton State golf team completed their fall season with a disappointing final round in the 54 hole Skyhawk Classic at Paris Landing State Park. 

The Roadrunners shot a 298 on Tuesday. The final team score was 876.

Levi Nix (74-69-74 – 217) and Chase Jones (73-72-72 – 217) were DS low scorers. Tyler Mitchell shot 220 for the tournament (71-73-76) and Anthony D’Angelo finished with 222 (75-71-76). 

Tommy Rimel finished with a 227 (75-75-77) in the five play but only four scores count tournament.

Lee University won the tournament with a team 840 (285-271-284).  The Flames’ Hunter Vest was medalist at -12 (69-67-68 – 204). Host Tennessee Martin was second.

 

1.  Lee University          840

2.  Tennessee Martin   847

3.  Murray State            862

4.  Southern Illinois U 864

5.  John A Logam          866

6.  Jackson State           867

7.  Murray State Golf  868

8.  Alabama State U.   869

9.  Ausin Peay State    870

 

10. Dalton State          876

11. Union U.                 877

12. IPFW                       880 

13. UT Martin Orange  883

14. Christian Brothers 8844

15.Tennessee State    892

16.Bethel College        931


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