The 18th hole continued its mastery of the Oklahoma Baptist University olf team Thursday in the men’s national championship tournament at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Ill.

Despite Chase Lindsey’s birdie on the hole, the team averaged 5.6 strokes on the par four hole Thursday.


The 18th hole continued its mastery of the Oklahoma Baptist University olf team Thursday in the men’s national championship tournament at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Ill.
Despite Chase Lindsey’s birdie on the hole, the team averaged 5.6 strokes on the par four hole Thursday.
The rest of the squad accounted for two bogeys, a triple bogey and a quadruple bogey on the hole Thursday.
That performance played a big part in pushing OBU down into ninth place in the team standings with a third-round 311 for a 914 total.
Lindsey led the round for the Bison at 74, followed by Xavier Diana at 76 and Clement Batut at 79. Alex Hamilton and Arnaud Cotton both registered 82.
Hamilton had an eagle on the par 4 14th hole to go with a birdie. Diana and Lindsey had three birdies apiece.
Oklahoma Christian has a six-stroke lead over Texas Wesleyan in the team standings. Oklahoma City and Wayland Baptist are sixth and eighth, respectively.
The tournament concludes on Friday.