EDMOND, Okla. – Arkansas sophomore Andrew Landry sits atop the leaderboard after the first round of the Oklahoma Intercollegiate on Sunday at the par-71, 7,412-yard Oak Tree Golf Club.
The Razorback golfers are in fourth place with a 26-over-par round of 310 after the opening 18 holes. Ohio State leads the team race after shooting a 20-over-par 304. Tulsa is in second place at 21-over 305 with LSU in third at 22-over 306. Host Oklahoma is behind the Hogs in fifth place with a 29-over-par round.
Landry, who is coming off of a tie for third at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate last week, was the only player in the 46-man field that wasn’t over par. He fired an even-par round of 71 to hold a one stroke lead over LSU’s Chris Wells and Tulsa’s Sam Korbe.
Landry’s five birdies were tied for the most in the round while he led the field win both par-4 and par-5 scoring.
True freshman Andrew Hopkins is second among UA golfers and tied for 21st overall after firing an 8-over-par round of 79 on Sunday. Sophomores Jason Turner and Jason Cuthbertson were one shot back of Hopkins in a tie for 27th with a 9-over-par 80. Allen McFerren is tied for 35th after shooting an 82 in the first round.