Three Ball State golf alumni are one step closer to playing at golf’s highest level. Brian Maurer (2009), Eric Steger (2011) and McCormick Clouser (2015) qualified for the Professional Golf Association Tour Latinoamérica.
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The warm Hawaiian sun was not enough to distract men's golfer Johnny Watts from a dominant performance at the Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic.Watts finished third out of 102 golfers, topping nine of the 10 top-100 players coming into the tournament.Though Watts finished third, he was just two strokes behind individual medalist Zach Healy out of Georgia.The Sophomore out of Fishers earned his place after posting a career-best 54-hole score of six under par 207 after going 69, 68 and 70 respectively.This is the fourth top 20 and second top ten finish for last spring's MAC individual champion.
Recently the Ball State men’s golf team traveled to Lahaina, Hawaii for the Ka’anapali Collegiate Classic. While the team finished in 12th place overall, one Cardinal stood out above the rest, finishing third in the entire tournament.
Sophomore Johnny Watts finished tied for ninth place overall at The Firestone Invitational in Akron, Ohio.
The Ball State women's golf team finished in sixth place in the University of Cincinnati Bearcats Fall Classic at TPC River's Bend in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ball State men’s and women’s golf teams are through the first two rounds in their respective tournaments.
A strong showing from Ball State on Oct. 6 at the Firestone Invitational improved its ranking from 12th place to tied for eighth with just one round to go.
The Ball State women's golf team competed in day one of the Bearcat Classic hosted by Cincinnati in Maineville, Ohio on Monday.
One year after making the NCAA Finals, the Ball State men’s golf team opened 2014 with a victory. Ball State’s No.
Freshman Keegan McKinney was named Mid-American Conference golfer of the week after last weekend’s tournament.
The Ball State men’s golf team will look to improve from its 15th place in California last weekend when they travel east to the Jack Nicklaus Invitational.
A fifth career title, a Ball State record and new confidence in a reshaped roster are all products of consistency.
The Women’s golf team traveled to Illinois this weekend to begin their season competing against 13 other teams in the Redbird Invitational. After a long day of 36 holes at Illinois State’s Weibring Golf Club, the team tied at third place with Bradley University.
The men’s and women’s golf teams got their seasons underway over the weekend after months of inactivity.
Teammates on the Ball State women’s golf team were together during the 113th Women’s Western Golf Association National Amateur Championship.
Ball State men’s golfer Tyler Merkel finished in a tie for 15th in the 60th Sunnehanna Amateur Tournament for Champions last Sunday.
The 32-year-old Justin Rose overcame his share of misadventures on a course that challenged all comers despite being the shortest at a major in nine years.
Ball State got off to one of its best starts all season in Atlanta, stationing itself among the favorites — even holding the top spot for a few holes.