PLU Uses Borrowed Clubs, Shoots 316 in Texas
BLANCO, Texas - Playing with borrowed clubs because the airline temporarily lost theirs, the Pacific Lutheran men's golf team shot an opening-round 316 Monday at the TLU Intercollegiate Invitational hosted by Texas Lutheran University.
The Lutes are currently in seventh place in the 17-team competition, one shot behind fellow Northwest Conference school Linfield. Mary Hardin-Baylor leads the tournament with a 300, followed by Cal Lutheran, the only non-Texas school in the top five, is second after carding a 301. Rounding out the top five are LeTourneau 304, Concordia 308, and Southwestern 310.
"Tim has been our best player this spring," PLU assistant coach Kellen Willis said of Livermore, the freshman. "He has really stepped his game up. He is growing into a quality player for our program."
Stayton Lindeman from Mary Hardin-Baylor is the leader at the halfway point with a one-under-par 71 on the 6,864-yard Vaaler Creek Golf Club layout.
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