FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The Air Force golf team is tied for 13th after the first day of the Colorado State Ram Masters, Monday, Sept. 18, at the Fort Collins Country Club in Fort Collins, Colo. The teams played 36 holes on the first day.
At +27 (587), Air Force is tied with New Mexico and South Dakota. Colorado State leads the tournament at 12-under par (548). Missouri-Kansas City is second (+2, 562) while Wyoming is third (+3 (563).
Junior Tate Tatom is the top Falcon, tied for 19th overall at two-over, 142. After a two-over 72 in the first round, he was even on round two. Senior Dane Hankamer and junior Bryant Falconello each came in at nine-over, 149. Hankamer shot a 72 in the first round (two-over) and 77 in round two. Falconello was one-over after the first round and then shot a 78 in round two.
The 54-hole tournament concludes on Tuesday, Sept. 19, with the final 18-hole round starting at 8 a.m. at the Fort Collins Country Club.