SMU battered and beaten by wind
Published: Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Updated: Tuesday, November 20, 2012 16:11
SMU men's golf finished in twelfth place out of 15 teams at the 44th annual Morris Williams Intercollegiate on Monday and Tuesday.
With gusts of wind up to 15-20 miles per hour, the playing conditions were less than ideal at the par 71, 7,412-yard University of Texas Golf Club. The Mustangs shot 304, 303 and 309 as a team in the three round tournament to finish at 916.
After the first day of play, SMU stood at 607.
Senior Draegen Majors fared best for the Mustangs in the third round's windy conditions, shooting 70.
Senior Ben Tewes entered the second day of play tied for first place, but after shooting 82 in the final round he dropped to a tie for the No. 23 spot.
The Georgia Bulldogs finished first as a team and shot 878. They were followed by Texas at 879 and Texas A&M at 883.
At last year's tournament, SMU finished eighth out of 18 teams with a team final round of 309.
The Mustangs will head to College Station for the Aggie Invitational on April 17-18.