Beard Skogen he earned his first place in the top ten of his young career by shooting under 3 with a birdie in his final hole in the final round while he was a freshman Calum Scott finished in the couple and on the 20thth usually in his first tournament. Garrett Martin shot 2 minors, 70 on Sunday to finish 1 goal over the weekend Ludvig Aberg finished at 3 (T31) and Alejandro Pedryc shot of 14 over (46).
Oklahoma State won the tournament at age 18, beating Oklahoma, which finished at age 17 after a final round of 11 years. Arkansas finished third in the 13-under classification with the best final round of 17 under-teams. Logan McAllister (Oklahoma) and Trent Phillips (Georgia) won the tournament at 10 below the pair. Hogan tied for third with Brian Stark (OSU) and Mateo Fernández De Oliveira (Arkansas).
Hogan, who started last season winning the Maridoe Collegiate, led the Red Raiders in the first tournament this season by finishing with a final round of 67 (5 under) where he was down to 7 under 14 holes before a late couple. bogeys. Hogan completed the tournament with a score of 69-75-69-221 for the top three finishers. A second from Norway, Skogen shot 73-67-73 – 213 with 11 birdies and 36 pars for his 54 holes.
A San Antonio junior, Martin would make three birdies on Sunday, including No. 18, until he reached No. 24 in the standings. Aberg, who ranks No. 3 in the world amateur golf rankings, finished the first tournament of his junior season shooting 72-73-74 (3-over) with 11 birdies to his name. Scott, who is the little brother of Sandy Scott, finished his first Red Raider tournament with 36 pars and 11 birdies.
Texas Tech has three more fall tournaments on its schedule, with the next Maridoe Collegiate. The Red Raiders will head to Carrollton, Texas, next weekend to play Sept. 13-15 with coverage at Chanel Golf. The team completes the fall with a trip to Arkansas to play at Blessings Collegiate (Oct. 4-6) and then at the Big Match Match 12 in Hockley, Texas, Oct. 11-13. TTU won the 2019 Big Match Match.