ZIONSVILLE, Ind. – The Arkansas golf team finished fifth on Sunday at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate with a three-round score of 902.
The Razorbacks posted rounds of 296 (+12), 299 (+15) and 307 (+23) over 54 holes, finishing 16 strokes back Kentucky and Louisville (886). Kentucky won the event in a playoff with Central Florida finishing third (896) and Georgia Southern (898) in fourth.
Andrew Landry turned in his best event as a Razorback with a tie for third place at 4-over-par 217 on the extremely difficult par-71, 7,195-yard Wolf Run Golf Club layout. Landry shot a 76 (+5) in the final round where only one of 55 golfers broke par and 28 golfers shot 79 or worse.
Jason Turner battled back on Sunday with a solid 76 after shooting a 79 in the second round. He opened the event with an even-par 71. Turner finished in a tie for 15th place.
Jason Cuthbertson shot a 79 on Sunday to finish at 17-over-par 230 for the tournament and in a tie for 24th place. Beau Glover shot a 237 and finished in a tie for 42nd, while Scotty Campbell shot a 77 in the final round.
It will be a quick turnaround for the Razorbacks as they travel to Edmond, Okla., for the Oklahoma Intercollegiate on Sunday, Oct. 15.