BLUFFTON, S.C. – The Miami University golf team returns to stroke play this weekend when it participates in the Colleton River Collegiate. The RedHawks will play 36 holes on Sunday and one final round of 18 holes on Monday.
The Colleton River Collegiate is takes place at the Colleton River Plantation Club’s Pete Dye Course. It measures 7,365 yards and is par-72. The tournament is hosted by Michigan State. Joining the Spartans and the RedHawks at the event are Connecticut, Detroit, Kennesaw State, Oakland, Rutgers, Seattle and Winthrop.
Representing the RedHawks at the tournament are seniors Mark MacDonald and Austin Kelly, junior Scott Cahill, sophomore Jack Sparling and freshman Jared Hammons. Freshman Greg Conrad will compete at the tournament as an individual. His scores will not count towards the Miami team total.
"We've had a good two weeks of prep at home since getting back from the match play event in Florida,” said head coach Zac Zedrick. “The weather hasn't been cooperative, but as a team we continue to focus only on what's in our control, which is to be ready with what's available to us. We've gotten quality work in, both indoors and at Miles of Golf in Fairfield, and the guys are really itching to get out and compete again. Colleton River is an incredible golf course and will be a great measuring stick for us early in the spring."
Live stats are available here courtesy of Golf Stat. Full recaps will be available at the end of each day at MURedHawks.com.