Cougar golf holds on for third place to wrap up fall season

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The Barton Community College men’s golf team concluded the fall portion of their schedule Tuesday finishing third at the South Central Kansas Fall Invitational held at the Winfield Country Club.   After posting a third best 302 on the opening day, the Cougars slipped a little on the final day to post a 311 but held on to share third place with fellow Jayhawk Conference member Kansas City Kansas Community at 613.   Host Southwestern College jumped out to a nine stroke opening day lead to record a final 586 to hold off Hutchinson Community College’s 592.

Barton placed three players into the top twenty led by the second place finish of Natchapol Srinoon.  Tied for ninth with an opening round of 74, Srinoon fired the second lowest second round score of 71 to jump into tie for second slot finishing with a one-over par 145.  Landon Fox missed the top ten by three strokes carding a 75 and 77 to finish at 152 (+8) while Koby Beougher tied for 20th with rounds of 79 and 77 for a 156 (+12).

Tied for ninth with an opening round of 74, Jestin Jackson ran into trouble on the final day fighting for a 90 to wrap up the invitational in 31st spot tie at 164 (+20) while Andrew Iverson‘s rounds of 81 and 86 tied for 38th at 167 (+23).

With the conclusion of the fall season, Barton will not be on the competitive links until next spring.

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