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Ohio Men's Golf Opens Spring Break With Pinehurst Intercollegiate

Ohio Men's Golf Opens Spring Break With Pinehurst Intercollegiate

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ATHENS, Ohio -- The Ohio men's golf team opens spring break by traveling to North Carolina for the Pinehurst Intercollegiate, which will be held this weekend (March 9-11) Pinehurst No. 8, which is a pair 71, 6,937-yard course.

The Bobcats will compete against Mid-American Conference rival Ball State, in-state rivals Dayton and Xavier and longtime rival Marshall as well Belmont, Eastern Kentucky, Elon, Longwood, Morehead State, Old Dominion, Radford, Siena and Wisconsin Lutheran. Live scoring will be available via Golfstat.

The Pinehurst Intercollegiate marks the Bobcats' third event of the 2018 spring slate. The Bobcats last competed at Feb. 17-18 at The Invitational at Savannah Harbor, tying for seventh place with a total team score of 884 (+20). The Bobcats shot rounds of 295 (+7) and 294 (+6) in the first two rounds of the tournament, then tallied a final-round score of 295 (+7). Ohio finished The Invitational at Savannah Harbor with 44 birides -- good for fifth-most in the field. Freshman Zach Crawford (Vandalia, Ohio) and senior Brady Bohl (Dublin, Ohio) tied for 18th place to wrap up The Invitational at Savannah Harbor as Ohio's top finishers with matching scores of 219 (+3). After totaling rounds of 75 (+3) and 71 (-1), Crawford shot a final-round 73 (+1). He was -5 on the par 5s -- tied for second-best in the field. Bohl followed up rounds scores of 74 (+2) and 70 (-2) with a 75 (+3) in the final round. He tied for second in the field by shooting -3 on the par 3s. He also tied for second in the field with 14 birdies.

The Pinehurst Intercollegiate will be Ohio's lone tournament in the month of March. The Bobcats will return to the links April 9-10 to take part in the Greenbrier Invitational, which will be held at The Old White TPC at the Greenbrier in White Sulfur Springs, W.Va.