It’s not easy to shoot three consecutive sub-70 rounds in college golf. Utah freshman Jesper von Reedtz accomplished the feat at last week’s Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational, but it still wasn’t enough to earn the win.

Why? He was one-upped by his junior teammate Blake Tomlinson, who earned his second collegiate win thanks to rounds of 65-67-69 to finish at 15 under, setting a program record for lowest 54-hole score.

“I came into the tournament with a good and confident attitude because I knew my game was there, I just needed to get my putter working,” said Tomlinson. “Throughout the tournament, I kept telling myself, ‘stay within yourself,’ and that helped me stay focused on every shot regardless of what was going on around me. It feels great to win individually and as a team. It tells me that I did my part to contribute towards the main goal of playing well as a team. With that being said, there is still a lot of work to do.”

Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings: Men’s team | Men’s individual
College golf blog: The Road to Grayhawk



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