(Team photo and tournament information courtesy of Ohio State Athletics Department. Tournament scoring and statistics courtesy of Golfstat)
The Buckeyes hoped to bounce back Saturday after a rough opening round.
The weather forecast is temperatures in the low 60’s, no rain and westerly winds with speed in the low 20’s.
The Buckeyes, along with every other team in the field, struggled to score on Saturday. They flipped Friday’s script by playing the back nine in a relatively modest +12. The front nine was the challenge as they limped to the clubhouse in +21. Their team total for the round of of 313 (+33) gave them two round score of 609 (+49) and a 12th place standing.
On Saturday, there were no players under par and only one player, Donnie Trosper of Michigan State shot even par. The only player Mr. Prosper is the only player in the field to not be over r through two rounds. I’m not sure what team is going to win this event, but the champion is definitely the Wissahicken Course…
On Saturday, the Buckeyes were led by Laken Hinton’s 77 (+7). Caleb Ramirez and Daniel Wetterich had 78s (+8) and Will Voetsch had an 80 (+10) to complete team scoring. Will Grimmer had an 81 (+11).
Through two rounds, Caleb is T-14th place. Will V is T-24th, Daniel and Laken are T-42nd and Will G is T-58th.
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Ohio State began second round play on hole #11.
Daniel’s second round mirrored his opening round. He had 5 pars and 4 bogeys on his front nine of 39 (+4). Daniel’s back nine also had 5 pars and 4 bogeys for a 39 (+4) for his 78 (+8). Again, no birdies, but again, no score higher than a bogey.
Through two rounds, Daniel averaged 3.75 (+6) on the par-3s, 4.38 (+9) on the par-4s and 5.00 (E) on the par-5s. In 36 holes, he has no birdies and 21 pars.
After a birdies on #16, Will was +2 through six holes of play. Then things went wrong for him. A triple bogey bumped him to +5 for the day and he played the next seven holes in +5. He did finish with three consecutive pars to get off the course with an 80 (+10).
Through two rounds, Will averaged 4.00 (+8), 4.38 (+9) on the par-4s and 5.25 (+1) on the par-5s. In 36 holes, he has 2 birdies and 18 pars.
Caleb began his round with three consecutive pars and a birdie on the 18th hole got him to the turn at +1 for the day. The back nine was harsh to Caleb; he opened with a triple bogey on the par-4, 1st hole, then bogeyed four of the next five holes. He did string together three consecutive pars for a nine of 42 (+7) and a round of 78 (+8).
Through two rounds, Caleb averaged 3.13 (+1) on the par-3s, 4.33 (+8) on the par-4s and 5.00 (E) on the par-5s. In 36 holes, he has 2 birdies and 25 pars.
Will could not get anything going on Saturday. He bogeyed four of his five opening holes and made the turn at 40 (+5). His back nine was pretty much the same, but a birdie on his final hole gave Will a back nine of 40 (+5) and a round of 80 (+10).
Through two rounds, Will averaged 3.25 (+2) on the par-3s, 4.33 (+8) on the par-4s and 5.25 (+1) on the par-5s. In 36 holes, he has 2 birdies and 23 pars.
Laken sandwiched a birdie between two bogeys to close out his front nine and made the turn with a solid 37 (+2). He alternated bogeys and pars on his back nine for a 40 (+5) and a round of 77 (+7). Like Daniel, he also had a round with no score higher than a bogey.
Through two rounds, Laken averaged 3.38 (+3) on the par-3s, 4.50 (+12) on the par-4s and 5.00 (E) on the par-5s. In 36 holes, he has 1 birdie and 19 pars.
Hole by hole scoring
Stats & Stuff
Through two rounds, Oho State played the par-3s to 3.50 (+20). They played the par-4s in 4.38 (+38) and the par-5s in 5.10 (+2). They have 7 birdies and 106 pars.
Here’s how the scoring broke out for Ohio State in first two rounds Friday.
On Friday, the average score for the field was 74.46 on a par-70 layout. The average for the Buckeyes was 74.8. On Saturday, the average score for the field was 78.3 and for the Buckeyes it was 78.8.
The final round is scheduled for Sunday.