Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

College men's golf: Saints delayed at NCAA championship

College men's golf: Saints delayed at NCAA championship

Challenging conditions including a lightening delay pushed the No. 15 University of Arkansas men's golf team down the leaderboard in round two of the 2018 NCAA Norman Regional Championship at Jimmie Austin Golf Course on Tuesday. He is three shots off the top score of the tournament with one more round to go.

At the moment, the Eagles are in 30th place in team competition.

The Bearkats will try to make a move today, with Steele set to tee off at 8:55 a.m.to begin play for Sam Houston. The Aztecs finished the round at two-over, five strokes ahead of BYU. If all teams are unable to complete the third round, the standings would revert back to 36 holes to determine the five advancing teams. They are part of a regional field that includes 14 teams and five individuals.

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But he hit his stride from that point forward, recording two birdies with three bogeys across the rest of the day. Norton (freshman, Chico, Calif.) played his final five holes 2-under-par, and Ogletree (sophomore, Little Rock, Miss.) posted four birdies on the back nine. The Georgia native is tied for 18th individually. Augusta senior Broc Everett followed up his day-one 67 (-4) with a 5-under-par 66 to lead the Jaguars.

After the first six holes, the Cougars sat at seven-over par as a team, but managed to shoot even par over the final 12 holes. The Tide combined to shoot +7 on the front nine, collecting 11 bogeys and just four birdies.

Sophomore Sam Vincent shot a 2-under-par 70 to get to -6 for the regional, good enough for a tie for sixth place on the individual leaderboard.

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