Andrew Alderfer led the way for EMU’s golf men at the ODAC Championships at Bryan Park in Greensboro, N.C. In his final collegiate outing, Alderfer was steady from start to finish of the three rounds of the tournament.
The Royals shaved off 16 strokes from their team score on the final day of the Lynchburg College Invitational, carding their second-best round of the year. The big improvement for EMU’s golf men bumped their up one spot as they finished 10th of out of 13 teams.
While the weather was less than desirable for golf, the Royals had some great showings over the weekend at the Eagle Invitational. The University of Mary Washington hosted the two-day tournament at Augustine Golf Club in Stafford, Va.
Three of EMU’s four golfers shot their low score of the year as the Royals finished up their fall season Monday and Tuesday at the VSGA Intercollegiate Championship. The men were one of 18 teams from Virginia playing on the par-71 Stonehenge Golf and Country Club in Richmond, Va.
EMU’s men had one of the best team scores of the day, making a big jump into a tie for fourth place at the Emory & Henry Fall Classic in Abingdon, Va., on Tuesday. The Royals cut 38 strokes off their team score, marking the biggest one-day improvement in program history.
EMU’s golf men participated in the Shenandoah Invitational on Sunday and Monday at the Winchester Country Club in Winchester. For the first time this year, the Royals put a full team on the course and they came home with consistent cards.
EMU’s golf men each made improvements on their second round, shaving off a combined 14 strokes at Monday’s season-opening Tom Kinder Memorial. More impressively, as the Royals sent only three men to the event, each golfer took nearly five strokes off his total in the afternoon.
EMU’s golf men wrapped up the 2016-17 season at the ODAC Championships on Tuesday. Playing under tough conditions on the Stoney Creek Golf Course at the Wintergreen Resort, the Royals finished 11th as a team.
The Royals made the biggest Day Two improvement of any of the 11 teams at the Lynchburg College Invitational on Tuesday, shaving off 12 strokes. EMU’s golfers have improved their team score in every round they have played at their two tournaments this spring.
If the fall season was any indication, EMU’s golf men are ready to surpass expectations, highlighted by breaking the program low round in the year’s first tournament. The men hope to do the same on the ODAC level, after being picked No. 11 in the ODAC Preseason Poll in a vote of the league’s coaches.
EMU’s golf men had a great first day at the VSGA Intercollegiate in Williamsburg, Va. Although the second day was a bit rougher, the Royals still end their fall portion of the 2016-17 season with hopes for a big spring.
EMU’s golf men were at the Shenandoah Invitational on Sunday and Monday, taking home 15th place as a team. With the rains between rounds one and two freshening up the course, the Royals were one of 11 teams to lower their score on day two.
Even with a rough start, EMU’s golf men ended on a positive note, breaking a program record on the first day of the Tom Kinder Memorial at Lakeview Golf Course in Harrisonburg. The Royals picked up where they left off last year when they toppled the overall low round three different times.
The Eastern Mennonite University golf men finished up their year a three-day ODAC Championships at Wintergreen Resort. Playing on the Monocan and Shamokin courses of Stoney Creek, the Royals enjoyed the weather and turned it into some of their best par-72 team scores of the season.
EMU’s golf men had one final tune-up for the ODAC Championships, golfing this weekend at the Roanoke Invitational. Competing against six other conference schools, the Royals settled for a ninth-place finish.
The EMU men’s golf team finished up a two-day tournament in Williamsburg, Va., on Tuesday, with junior Josh Alderfer landing his second straight top-10 finish. The Apprentice School hosted the Glen Heath Shipbuilders Memorial at the Williamsburg Golf Club.