Allor has recorded four-consecutive top-25 finishes.
CLE ELUM, Wash. – Boise State senior men’s golfer Shane Allor led the Broncos at the Husky Invitational, concluding the tournament tied for 14th, Tuesday.
Allor carded a final-round, even-par 71 at the 6,887-yard Tumble Creek Club at the Suncadia Resort, finishing with a three-round total of 220 (72-77-71, +7). Dating back to last season, Allor has recorded four-consecutive top-25 finishes.
“Shane had a great week of practice last week and carried it right into the tournament,” head coach Dan Potter said. “He looked like the senior leader we need him to be.”
Boise State finished 12th amongst the 14 schools in the field, carding rounds of 296-304-300 (900, +48). Despite improving by four strokes from the second to the final round, the Broncos fell four places on a bunched leaderboard with a mere 12 strokes separating the sixth- and 13th-place teams.
“As a team, we are still getting better,” Potter added. “This result doesn’t reflect it, but we’re making progress.”
Washington and Oregon tied for the team title at 865 (+13), while the Huskies’ Corey Pereira captured medalist honors at 206 (-7).
Freshman Alex Francois finished tied for 34th at 225 (73-75-77, +12), senior Logan France finished tied for 47th (75-78-75—228, +15), sophomore Tristan Rohrbaugh finished tied for 53rd (79-74-77—230, +17) and junior Kyle Mitsunaga finished tied for 60th (76-78-79—233, +20).
The Broncos return to action during the fall portion of their season at the Utah OGIO Invitational at the Jeremy Ranch Country Club in Park City, Utah, Oct. 5-6.
Below are some photos of our past Bunker to Bunker Tournament at the Lodge at Ventana Canyon in Tucson.
Winding through the canyons and arroyos of this 600-acre desert preserve are Tom Fazio's two 18 hole championship courses (Mountain and Canyon), which have won numerous awards as the best in the country. The Lodge has been a prestigious AAA Four Diamond property for 19 consecutive years, and their many awards reflect their commitment to the highest standards in service excellence. The Lodge reflects the spirit of warmth and comfort cherished by seasoned travelers.
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The First Tee of Phoenix recently announced the hiring of Kevin Terry as Executive Director. Terry will oversee all planning and day-to-day operations including programming featuring The First Tee’s nine core values and other golf learning activities. The position was previously held by Hugh Smith beginning in 2006.
Phoenix—The First Tee of Phoenix announced today an agreement to open a junior golf programming site at Legacy Golf Club in south Phoenix. Multi-level programming begins the week of October 2, 2015, with classes on Fridays beginning at 4:30pm and Saturdays beginning at 8:30am.
“As The First Tee of Phoenix continues to expand, we’re delighted to see the growing positive impact it has on children and our community,” said Kevin Terry, Executive Director for The First Tee of Phoenix. “Our partnership with Legacy ensures that the children of south Phoenix will have the opportunity to not only learn to play the great game of golf, but also learn nine core life skills that will prepare them for success in life.”