Sept. 21, 2012
COLUMBUS, Ohio -The Ohio State men's golf team continues its fall tournament run with the Windon Memorial hosted by Northwestern, Sept. 23-24. The two-day, 54-hole tournament will be played on the par 71, 7,081-yard Skokie Country Golf Course in Glencoe, Ill.
Live scoring will be available at Golfstat.com , while a recap of each day will be posted to OhioStateBuckeyes.com. For updates throughout the tournament, be sure to check Ohio State's Twitter account: OhioState_MGOLF.
Name: Windon Memorial
Course: Skokie Country Club (par 71, 7,081 yards)
Field (14 teams):
THE BUCKEYE LINEUP
Making the trip for Ohio State are three sophomores and three freshmen. Sophomore Boo Timko and Grant Weaver, along with freshmen Tee-K Kelly, Michael Bernard and Max Rosenthal, will compete for the team score, while sophomore Logan Jones will play as an individual.
ABOUT THE WINDON MEMORIAL
The Windon Memorial was named after the late Bernie Windon, who spearheaded bringing major collegiate golf to Chicago. The event, first held in 1993, will feature Big Ten opponents in Michigan, Indiana, Michigan State and Northwestern.
The fall is truly upon us and golfers will experience fall weather Sunday to open the tournament. The day will be sunny with a high of 60 degree and zero percent chance of rain. Temps warm up slightly for Monday as the forecast calls for a high of 69 and sunny.
RECAP: WOLF RUN INTERCOLLEGIATE
The Ohio State men's golf team finished third after recording a final day score of 299 at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate last Sunday. The Buckeyes tallied a 54-hole score of 13-over 865 on the par 71, 7,195-yard Wolf Run Golf Club in Zionsville, Ind.
Freshman Tee-K Kelly led the squad with a 3-under 210 to finish fourth. Sophomore Boo Timko had another solid showing for the Buckeyes, carding a 2-under 211 to take fifth.
The Buckeyes take some time off from competition before hosting the Jack Nicklaus Invitational, Oct. 8-9. The 54-hole tournament will be once again played at the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio.