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Trailblazers golf competes at Butler


INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The Vincennes University Men’s Golf team did not come up with the results coach Dennis Chattin was hoping for during the Butler Invitational earlier this week.

The Trailblazers finished sixth during the two-day, 54-hole stroke play tournament with a team score of 934 at the Highland Country Club.

Host Butler won the tournament with a three-round total of 840 followed by University of Indianapolis (850), Marian University (871), Chicago State University (911) and Earlham College (925).

“We just did not play well,” the Trailblazers coach stated. “We really just had one good round which was the second round on Monday.”

VU was the only junior college team competing in the field of six.

“We can use this as a good measuring stick to see where we are against good four-year programs and let our guys see how much they need to improve to take their game to the next level,” Chattin said.

Zach Hall paced VU with a 54-hole total of 228 (75-74-79). The sophomore’s score was good for 30th overall.

Matt Jordan and Wyatt Roberts tied for 40th with 234’s, while Dylan Zink rounded out the scoring for the Trailblazers with a 239.

Joe Albright also participated and carded a 242 for VU.

Chattin his players struggled on the greens which led to higher than usual scores.

“We just did not seem to get a grasp on the greens,” the coach said. “They were fast and with the slope of them you really have to be on top of where to miss if you are not perfect with the approach. You needed to keep the ball below the hole to have any chance of putting well and I don’t think we did that very well.”

Former VU golfer Jacob Bartley finished tied for 16th for IUPUI with a 220.

VU returns to the links this weekend at the Wabash College Invite in Crawfordsville on Saturday and Sunday.

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