NORMAN — The No. 6 Oklahoma men’s golf workforce finished in third put out of 15 teams at the Puerto Rico Common. The three-working day, 54-gap tournament was held at the par-72, 6,902-lawn River Training course at Rio Mar Region Club in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
The 15-workforce subject highlighted seven rated teams in the Golfweek major 50, which include three in the major 10.
In their closing spherical of their to start with spring tournament, the Sooners finished with a 280 (-8) to match Ga and Purdue for the cheapest workforce overall on Tuesday. OU finished with a three-working day overall of 852 (-12).
Ga and Ga Tech shared the workforce title following both of those teams finished with a 54-gap overall of 848 (-16). NC Condition claimed fourth put at 856 (-8), although host Purdue took fifth at 859 (-5).
“They had been absolutely some positives for us in the course of the to start with tournament of the yr,” OU head mentor Ryan Hybl explained. “We did not execute nicely ample the to start with two times, which produced it tricky for us nowadays, but our guys fought tricky.
“Riley Casey had a fantastic closing spherical nowadays and it was excellent to see him get back again to hitting like he ordinarily does. Garett (Reband) and Quade (Cummins) had solid weeks for us and all of these guys are completely ready for a fantastic spring.”
Juniors Quade Cummins and Garett Reband led the Sooners, sharing seventh put with a three-spherical 212 (-4). Reband logged 4 birdies in the course of Tuesday’s closing spherical to card a 70 (-2). Cummins picked up his ninth career major-10 finish, publishing an ever-par 72 in the closing spherical.
Riley Casey provided the Sooners with their ideal specific spherical of the working day, ending with a 67 (-5). Casey shut out the function, tying for 13th put at 213 (-3). The junior claimed his fourth major-20 finish of the period.
Freshman Patrick Welch carded a 71 (-1) in the course of the closing spherical to tie for 26th put with a three-working day overall of 217 (+1).
Senior Blaine Hale tied for 43rd put at 218 (+5). Hale recorded an even-par 72 to near out the function.
Taking part in separately at the par-71, 6,716-lawn Ocean Training course, redshirt junior Thomas Johnson gained a 2nd-put finish with a 54-gap 212 (-1). Johnson recorded a 72 (+1) in the course of Tuesday’s closing spherical. Johnson’s 54-gap overall also set his career-reduced rating.
The Sooners continue on their spring agenda on March 3-5 at the Southern Highlands Collegiate in Las Vegas.