UCA Golf

The University of Central Arkansas men’s golf team shot a plus-31 at the Jim Rivers Intercollegiate in Choudrant, Louisiana, placing them 11th. Nate Jolly led the Bears with a plus-6 over the three days, which placed him 30th overall.

CHOUDRANT, La. — The University of Central Arkansas men’s golf team finished the Jim Rivers Intercollegiate on Tuesday, at the Squire Creek Country Club, in 11th place with a score of 895 (+31).

Nate Jolly closed out the tournament tied for 30th with a tally of 222 (+6).

Jolly posted the best single-round score by a UCA golfer this season with his round of 70 (-2) while he collected four birdies.

He rocketed up 20 spots into a tie for 30th with a tournament total of 222 (+6), which is a personal best as a Bear.

He finished the tournament with eight birdies.

Blaine Calhoon finished the tournament tied for 37th and jumped up 10 spots with an effort of 223 (+7).

In the final round, he produced four birdies for the second-consecutive day and finished with a 72 (E).

He accumulated a team-high 11 birdies for the tournament.

Miles Smith moved up seven spots into a tie for 50th with a three-round mark of 227 (+11).

He posted a final-round score of 74 (+2) and tallied three birdies.

He finished the tournament with six birdies.

Davis Irving and Palmer McSpadden finished tied for 58th with a final score of 230 (+14).

Irving climbed seven spots on the final day. He notched a final-round tally of 75 (+3) with a birdie. He picked up five birdies for the tournament.

McSpadden recorded a career-best tournament score of 230 (+4).

He shot a 78 (+6) with three birdies for the final round. He finished the tournament with five birdies.

Josh Turnock notched one birdie on his way to a final-round score of 83 (+11). He finished the tournament tied for 68th with a 235 (+19) and had five birdies.

UCA returns to action Sept. 21 for the 2020 Scenic City Collegiate.

The tournament is hosted by Chattanooga at The Honors Course.

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