Trolls Compete in CCAC Championships

The Trolls were one of 12 teams competing in the CCAC Championships hosted by St. Ambrose University at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois. On the first day of competition the golfer played 36 holes. The Trolls were in a tie for eighth place after the first round with a score of 318. They improved their team score by 10 strokes in the second round to 308, but remained in eighth at the end of day one. The Trolls’ final round was a 310 which left them in ninth place overall at the end of the tournament. They were only three strokes back from the two teams tied in seventh place.

Steven Massey was the top finisher for the Trolls as he ended in 14th place overall in the field of 60 golfers. He recorded a 79 in the first round and was in the group of golfers tied for 28th place. His second round was a 75 which moved him into a tie for 20th place. He continued to improve and shot a one-over 72 on the second day to jump up six places for his top 15 finish.

After the first day of golf Pete Vos was the top golfer for the team. He shot 79 in the opening 18 and was in a tie for 28th. He came back in the second 18 with a two-over 73 and moved up to 16th place. With a 78 in his final round, he dropped a few places to finish in a tie for 22nd place.  

Matt Dail had the team’s first round low score with a 78 and was in a tie for 23rd place.  He lost ground in the second round with an 83 to finish the day at 161 and in a tie for 38th. His third round score of an 82 left him in a tie for 42nd in the final standings.

Jim Vos finished the first day of play in a tie for 38th place. He had an 84 in his first round, but improved by seven strokes in the second round to move up 10 spots. With an 83 in the final round he ended in a tie for 45th place.  

The final golfer for the team was Nate Kamp who recorded scores in the 80s for both rounds on day one. He had an 82 and an 85 and was in a tie for 51st after the 36 holes. His final round was his best as he shot a 78 to move up to a tie for 47th place.  

The tournament concludes the team’s spring schedule.