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Five Things to Know: Thomas Sharkey Individual Collegiate

Five Things to Know: Thomas Sharkey Individual Collegiate

MADISON, Wis. – Wisconsin men’s golf is teeing off the spring season with the Thomas Sharkey Individual Collegiate at the Georgia Southern University Golf Course in Statesboro, Georgia. Badger individuals will play a total of 54 holes between Saturday, February 3, and Sunday, February 4. 

Here are five things to know before the Badgers tee off:

1. Last Time Out: Wisconsin last competed in the Fallen Oak Collegiate Invitational back on October 15-17. The Badgers finished 20-over par, totaling a 302-294-288=884. The team completed the tournament in seventh place, led by Cameron Huss who tied for fifth place at five-under par for his best finish of the fall. The senior tallied 16 birdies throughout the tournament, which tied for the second best among all golfers. 

2. The Course: The Georgia Southern University Golf Course is a par-72, 6,900-yard championship course featuring TifEagle Greens. The course offers a variety of challenges, with water features on 11 of the 18 holes and 53 bunkers scattered around the fairways. 

3. The Tournament: Both days of the tournament will begin at 7:15 a.m. CT with a shotgun start. Thirty-six holes will be played on Saturday, while the tournament will wrap up with 18 holes on Sunday. 

4. The Field: The Thomas Sharkey Individual Collegiate will include individuals from Auburn, Augusta, Clemson, Coastal Carolina, ETSU, Florida State, Georgia State, Liberty, Marshall, Middle Tennessee, Mississippi State, Ohio State, Ole Miss, South Carolina, South Florida, Tennessee, USC Beaufort, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Four Badgers will be competing as individuals, including Daniel Aas, Graham Moody, Ryan Smith and Spencer Turtz

5. The Gallery: Fans can follow live updates on Wisconsin at the @BadgerMGolf X page and full tournament updates on the @SharkeyIndy X page. Live scoring updates will be available on LeaderboardKing


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