Missouri golf struggles in very last invitational
The Missouri women’s golf group was given off to a rough start in its very last invitational of the regular season Monday afternoon. The Tigers are tied for the remaining region with North Texas after the first day of the Bruzzy Challenge in Dallas. They shot 21 over par and had 597 strokes on the day, capturing three hundred and 297 in the first two rounds. Seniors Amanda Kim and Cayce Hendrickson lead Missouri after rounds. Kim finished four over and is tied for 54th place usual. She was 2 over par in each round and closed out the returned 9 with a 3-over-par displaying. Hendrickson is five over par and is 59th universal.
Rounding out the Tigers lineup: senior Emma Allen (6-over one hundred fifty), freshman Keagan Dunn (154), junior Cherise Otter (154), redshirt senior Mackenzie Perez (157), and redshirt freshman Julia Bower (158). Junior Jessica Yuen isn’t joining the crew this experience but represents Missouri at the Augusta National Women’s Amateur. The Tigers will have their paintings cut out for them the following day as they locate themselves all; however, out of the race for a top-5 finish. No. 20 Miami and No. 28 Houston are tied for fourth at -7, and No. 41 Ole Miss leads the match at 18 underneath par. However, the Tigers trail thirteenth-area Iowa by using simply four strokes, and a robust 2d day should pass them up a pair of spots.