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Warhawks Head To North Carolina For Gary Koch Invite
Courtesy: ulmwarhawks.com
Release: April 09, 2017
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Event: Gary Koch Invitational

Location: Gaston Country Club/Gastonia, N.C.

Monday-Tuesday April 10/11

Monroe, La. – The ULM men's golf team is set to finish off its spring 2017 regular season slate this week when the Warhawks begin play in the Gary Koch Invitational in Gastonia, North Carolina. The tournament is named after Gary Koch, who had a long stint on the PGA tour with six PGA wins and now works with NBC sports golf coverage.




-The event will start at 6:45 a.m. CST on Monday morning and will be a staggered start with 36 holes of continuous golf for the field. After the 36 holes on Monday, the Warhawks will then join the field with another staggered start slated for Tuesday morning.

-The Warhawks will send Hogan Arey, Thibault Santigny, Joao Girao, Brady Price and Andoni Etchenique to the course in Gastonia as their five-member team.

-Last time out, the Warhawks finished the Redhawk Invitational on Tuesday with a tough final round score of 300 to finish in 13th place in the event.

-This year's tournament features: ULM, Auburn, Charleston Southern, Coastal Carolina, Gardner-Webb, Georgia Southern, Jacksonville State, Lamar, N.C. State, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Richmond, Virginia, Wofford.


Head Coach Tim Baldwin

Thought on the Event: We are looking forward to competing at the Gary Koch. The field is competitive with Virginia, Auburn, Kentucky and N.C. State participating. The guys need to step up, as we have not played our best as of late and it's time to produce. The Sun Belt Championship is fast approaching so momentum is needed.

UP NEXT                                                             

-Following the Gary Koch Invitational, the Warhawks will head to San Destin, Florida for the Sun Belt Conference Championships which are slated to kick off of Sunday, April 23.