Ohio State in 10th After Two Rounds at Windon Memorial
Sept. 22, 2013
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio State men's golf team opened competition Sunday at the Windon Memorial in 10th-place with a score of 12-over 588 following two rounds of play at the Knollwood Club in Lake Forest, Ill. Max Rosenthal, who is competing as an individual, delivered a strong performance on the par 72, 7,202-yard course, finishing tied for fifth with a 3-under 141.
The Buckeye sophomore started with a 2-under 70 in the first round before earning a 1-under 71 in the second. A native of Eden Prairie, Minn., Rosenthal totaled one eagle and six birdies for the day.
It was also a consistent day for junior Boo Timko, who posted an overall 2-over 146 to tie for 28th. In the first round, Timko dropped three birdies for a score of 1-over 73. The Girard, Ohio, native earned an eagle on hole six in the second round, contributing another 1-over 73 performance.
Timko's classmate Grant Weaver had a proficient opening, earning an even 72 with three birdies in the first round. Weaver will begin competition tomorrow tied for 42nd after recording a 5-over 149 total for the day.
Returning to his home state of Illinois, sophomore Tee-k Kelly bounced back with an even second round of play after carding a 3-over 75 in the first. Kelly is ranked as the Buckeyes' second-lowest scorer in the team competition with a 3-over 147 for a 33rd-place tie.
Kent State is the current leader in the team standings with an impressive score of 7-under 569. In the individual rankings, Michigan's Chris O'Neill leads the pack with a 5-under 139.
Play will resume Monday, with tee times for the final round scheduled to be began at 8 a.m.
Windon Memorial - Rounds 1 & 2