The Lake Erie College golf team played in the Malone University Fall Classic today, which consisted of 36 holes at Tannenhauf Golf Course. Tannenhauf is a Par 72 course and a yardage total of 6,694.
On day one, freshman Jarrod Teeter shot an 83. He birdied on the second hole, a par four, and again on the tenth hole, a par five. He shot par on five holes, and ended tied for 38th.
Today, Teeter was one under par before making the turn, after shooting par on holes one through eight before shooting a birdie on the ninth hole. He bogied holes ten through thirteen, but shot par for the duration of his round to finish with a 73. The second round of the tournament allowed him to move up eleven spots to finish tied for 27th.
"Jarrod had a good finish today. College golf felt a little more normal for him.". said head coach Brody Harwell. "He played a solid second round today. This was another good experience and we'll continue to take away the positives from each day. We're excited to get to work this coming week heading into G-MAC competition."
The Storm heads into G-MAC competition to finish out the rest of the fall season. Teeter will head to Owensboro, Kentucky to play in the G-MAC Fall Preview at the Pearl Club, hosted by Kentucky Wesleyan. The tournament will take place on Monday, September 16 and 17.