10/2/2015 | M. Golf
Fourteen Nike-clad golf teams will battle it out for the 2015 Nike Golf Collegiate Invitational (NCi) title Sunday-Tuesday (Oct. 4-6). Ohio State’s fourth event of the season pits the Buckeyes up against nine Top-25 schools in the latest Golfweek/Sagarin rankings.
9/28/2015 | M. Golf
Buckeye teammates Clark Engle and Josh Wick both notched top-10 showings at the Windon Memorial, each finishing 2-under in the event. Their 54-hole total of 211 tied for ninth overall and just four strokes back from the tournament winner. Ohio State placed sixth of 14 schools in the team standings.
9/27/2015 | M. Golf
Redshirt sophomore Josh Wick will enter the final day of the Windon Memorial tied for fourth place on the individual scoreboard. Ohio State is also tied for fourth in the team standings after 36 holes complete. Wick sits 4-under (138) and just three strokes back from the 36-hole leader Stuart McDonald (-7) of Purdue. All but one...
9/25/2015 | M. Golf
Two days back on campus and it’s back to life on the road for Ohio State Men’s Golf, headed to the Chicagoland area for the Windon Memorial (Sept. 27-28) less than a week after wrapping up play in the Inverness Intercollegiate. Ohio State will be one of 14 schools vying for Windon Memorial hardware starting on Sunday.
9/24/2015 | M. Golf
Tournament Officials announced today a three-year extension of the agreement between the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship and the PGA TOUR that insures the tournament will continue as a Web.com Tour Finals event through 2018. Additionally, a three-year agreement with The Ohio State University Golf Club was announced,...
9/22/2015 | M. Golf
The Ohio State men's golf team ended on a high note at the Inverness Intercollegiate, carding the second-lowest round of the event with a 289 in the final go-around. The 5-over effort lifted the Buckeyes into sixth place overall in the 15-team field, three slots higher than they had entered Tuesday's final 18 holes.
9/21/2015 | M. Golf
Tee-k Kelly put himself into contention for a top-10 individual finish at the 75-player Inverness Intercollegiate, tied for 11th place following a 36-hole total of 147 (+5; 71-76) on Monday (Sept. 21). As a team, the Buckeyes find themselves in ninth entering Tuesday's final round.