Final Results: ULM T7th
Location: Chenal Country Club / Little Rock, Ark.
Little Rock, Ark. - The ULM men’s golf team had a strong finish in the Tuesday's final round of the Little Rock/First Tee Classic, as the Warhawks finished tied for seventh after shooting a plus-eight score of 296 on Tuesday.
-Hogan Arey finished the tournament with a four-over score of 76. He picked up his lone birdie of the round on the 16th hole and finished the golf tournament in a tie for 11th overall with fellow teammate Joao Girao.
-Joao Girao tied for the team low on Tuesday with a plus-one score of 73. He picked up a pair of birdies on the fifth and 13th holes and bounced back from a double bogey on the 15th with a birdie and nine pars coming in to finish in a tie for 11th with Arey.
-Afonso Girao, playing as an individual, competed in his first tournament of the spring and finished today with a 76. After falling to six-over thru 14 holes, he was able to bounce back late to finish with a pair of birdies and finished with his 76. He finished in a tie for 24th overall.
-Guillaume Fanonnel finished strong on Tuesday with a plus-two score of 74. Much like Afonso Girao, Fanonnel had a rough start and was five-over after seven holes but was able to close three-under over his final 11 holes.
-Brady Price finished tied on Tuesday with Joao Girao for the low round of the day with a one-over par score of 73. Price had three birdies on the round, including picking two up over his first three holes of the day.
-Blake Traweek was able to pick up a pair of birdies on the 12th and 17th holes on the way to finishing Tuesday with a 77.
Head Coach Tim Baldwin
Thought on the Round: We didn’t convert opportunites today. Joao was consistent throughout the tournament this week. It was a dissapoiniting finish for us here and now we have to bounce back on a tough course next week.
-The Warhawks return to the course on Monday, April 3 when the team makes the trek to Seattle for the Chambers Bay Invitational. The Warhawks will play on the same course that hosted the 2015 U.S. Open where Jordan Spieth outlasted the field to win the title.