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Wednesday, September 30, 2009


Paul Ferrier not up to US

college speed yet

Former Scottish boys match-play champion Paul Ferrier from Baberton, a sophomore (second year) student at Charlotte University, North Carolina, has not yet got up to speed in the new US college golf season
Paul, who finished joint 37th in his first event on his return to the States, tied for 47th place in a field of 84 players at the VCU Shootout at Hermitage Country Club, Virginia this week.
Over a longish course of 7,170yd (par 72), Ferrier shot made a good start with a one-under 71 but faded to two subsequent scores of 78 for a total of 11-over-par 227 - 17 shots behind team-mate Corey Nagy who won by two shots with rounds of 69, 71 and 70 for 210.
Charlotte (890) finished ninth of 14 behind team title winners North Carolina Wilmington (872).


Ami Storey from the North-east of England, a student at Kansas State University, slumped from 12th overnight to a final placing of joint 24th in a field of 71 players for the Marilynn Smith Sunflower women's college invitational tournament at Colbert Hills, Manhattan in Kansas.
Over a par-72 course of 6287 yards, Ami scored 80, 77 and 81 for a total of 238 (22 over par). She finished 29 shots behind the five-shot winner Kelli Shean from Arkansas with 74, 68 and 67 for seven-under 209.
Tulsa (901) won the team title by three shots from Arkansas with Kansas State a distant third of 13 on 947.