On Monday afternoon, Carson Orr shot the easiest 33 in the history of golf. The junior hit every green in regulation, giving himself makable birdie putts on essentially every hole, made an eagle followed by a birdie, and shot a three-under round despite 17 putts. His blemish-free scorecard featured seven pars to go with an eagle and birdie, which came on the back-to-back par 5s on the Beeson 9 @ Winchester Golf Club. In Carson’s words, “(He) could have shot 28 today.”
Alex Bratton’s 38 was rather adventurous. Alex, admittedly, does at times enjoy the wilderness, which he spent quite a bit of time exploring on Monday. Despite sauntering through the trees on three or four occasions, Alex was able to shoot a very nice 38, demonstrating his ability to still produce good scores when he doesn’t have his best stuff. Bryce Hardwick, not to be outdone, matched his playing partner’s 38 in what was a very stress-free round of golf for Bryce.
Cody Carey made six pars and shot 39 to round out the Tiger scoring this evening. Bing Wilson shot 40, and Evan Walsh’s 44 finished the day for the Tigers.
A busy week continues on Tuesday @ Tri County, followed by welcoming New Castle to Players Club on Thursday. The always excellent field @ Muncie Central’s Invitational on Saturday is this weekend–plan to come out to support this young squad!