Falcons Tied For 17th After Two Rounds At UH Fall Invitational
Nov. 9, 2005
Kaneohe, Hawaii - With one round remaining to play, the Air Force golf team is tied for 17th place at the University of Hawaii Fall Invitational, being held at the par-72, 6,559-yard Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course. The Falcons shot a second-round score of 313 on Tuesday to bring their two-round total to 624. Meanwhile, New Mexico State continues to lead in the team standings, sitting at 570 (-6) after two rounds of play.
As a team, Air Force struggled in round two, with the exception of junior Chad Follett (El Paso, Texas), who fired a 74 and is now tied for 44th place with a score of 153. Sophomore Tyler Labrum (Roosevelt, Utah) is next in the team standings, tied at 67th after firing an 80 in the second round, while junior Tyler Goulding (Tracy, Calif.) suffered through his toughest round of the year, shooting an 82 to sit tied for 74th at 157.
Sitting just one stroke behind Goulding is senior captain Scott Redmond (Columbus, Ga.), who posted a score of 77 in the second round, and is now tied for 83rd place. Freshman Andrew Gibson (San Ramon, Calif.) completes the group of Air Force golfers and is tied for 96th place with a two-round score of 164.
The UH Fall Invitational concludes tomorrow with the final round, set to begin with an 8:00 a.m. shotgun start.
Day Two Results