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Ghim Ties Tournament Record to Win 2017 Sun Bowl Andeavor All-America Golf Classic

Doug Ghim, from Arlington Heights, Ill. won the 2017 Sun Bowl Andeavor All-America Golf Classic by tying a tournament record with an 18-under-par 195 on the par 71, 6,889-yard El Paso Country Club course.

Ghim started the final day strong by knocking in birdies on three of the first four holes. He finished the day with seven birdies, two bogeys and an eagle on No. 9. He bogeyed hole No. 13 after hitting into the water hazard but bounced back with birdies on 14, 15 and 17 to edge Hurly Long (-16) of Mannheim, Germany.

“Obviously 13 was a setback.” said Ghim, “But I stayed patient and got a good break on the next hole.”

Ghim, who finished second at the 2017 US Amateur, finished the 2016-17 campaign as Golfstat’s sixth ranked collegiate golfer.

“Playing well is fun but the camaraderie of the guys is unlike any week of the year during the college season,” said Ghim.  “We get to hang out with players from other schools and having fun off the golf course is the best part.”

Long entered the day tied for first with Ghim and the two battled all day before Ghim was able to retake the lead after hitting a par shot on hole No. 16, while Long bogeyed.

“It was a great battle and Doug played amazing, so he deserved it for sure,” said Long.

Will Gordon of Davidson, N.C. and Ben Griffin of Chapel Hill, N.C. tied for third at 13-under-par 200. Griffin and Ghim matched each other for lowest round of the tournament with Griffin shooting 64 in round two and Ghim shooting 64s in both the second and third rounds.

Full Results

  1. Doug Ghim: 67-64-64—195 (-18)
  2. Hurly Long: 65-66-66—197 (-16)

T3. Will Gordon: 66-66-68—200 (-13)

T3. Ben Griffin: 68-64-68—200 (-13)

  1. Dawson Armstrong: 66-69-68—203 (-10)
  2. Davis Shore: 67-71-66—204 (-9)

T7. Mason Overstreet: 70-69-66—205 (-8)

T7. Brad Dalke: 65-70-70—205 (-8)

T7. Grant Hirschman: 67-66-72—205 (-8)

  1. John Augenstein: 72-68-67—207 (-6)
  2. Shintaro Ban: 70-66-72—208 (-5)
  3. Cole Miller: 70-70-69—209 (-4)

T13. Doc Redman: 70-70-70—210 (-3)

T13. Ian Holt: 70-71-69—210 (-3)

T15. Kyle Mueller: 69-70-72—211 (-2)

T15. Kristoffer Ventura: 67-76-68—211 (-2)

T17. Kristoffer Reitan: 70-74-68—212 (-1)

T17. Lee Hodges: 73-70-69—212 (-1)

T17. Fredrik Nilehn: 77-65-70—212 (-1)

T20. Kyler Tate: 71-73-69—213 (E)

T20. Dylan Wu: 72-69-72—213 (E)

T20. Blaine Hale: 71-70-72—213 (E)

T23. Chip McDaniel: 74-71-69—214 (+1)

T23. Franklin Huang: 72-68-73—214 (+1)

T25. Ryan Gronlund: 72-68-75—215 (+2)

T25. Chandler Blanchet: 72-71-72—215 (+2)

T25. Luis Gagne: 75-66-74—215 (+2)

  1. Patrick Martin: 73-73-70—216 (+3)

T29. Bryson Nimmer: 71-75-71—217 (+4)

T29. Alex Smalley: 69-74-74—217 (+4)

Ventura Sweeps Titleist Long Drive, PING Putting Contests at Sun Bowl Andeavor All-America Golf Classic

The 2017 Sun Bowl Andeavor All-America Golf Classic teed-off Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017 with the annual Titleist Long Drive and PING Putting competitions at the El Paso Country Club.

Oklahoma State senior Kristoffer Ventura swept both events after finishing second at last year’s long drive contest. He won the Titleist Long Drive Contest with a 319 yard blast down the fairway on a windy day in the Borderland.

The PING Putting Contest came down to a three-way playoff between Ventura, North Carolina senior Ben Griffin, and Texas freshman Kristoffer Reitan. Ventura won the sudden death playoff after sinking the first hole of the putting course from a saddle.

“I wasn’t expecting to sweep these events,” Ventura said, “It was fun.”

This is Ventura’s second year competing in the Golf Classic. He finished in third place last year, four strokes behind champion Sam Burns of LSU.

“One of my goals after I got back from this event last year, was I wanted to play one last time here before I finish college,” Ventura said. “Last year I played pretty good so if I can improve on that I’ll be pretty happy.”

The Sun Bowl Andeavor All-America Golf Classic continues at the El Paso Country Club with two rounds of golf set for Monday, Nov. 20 starting at 8 a.m. (MT). The final round is set for 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 21.

Some of golf’s biggest names have traveled to El Paso to participate in the tournament including Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson. Alumni of the College All-America Golf Classic have combined to win 52 golf majors and have earned over $2.02 billion in career earnings.

To be eligible for competition, student-athletes must have been named an All-American during the previous year. The U.S. Amateur Champion or Runner Up also qualifies if they still have collegiate eligibility.

2017 Schedule

Monday (Nov. 20)

  • 8 a.m. First & Second Rounds

Tuesday (Nov. 21)

  • 8 a.m. Final Round

Lee Trevino Trophy presented to the winner immediately following final round.

Titleist Long Drive Competition

  1. Kristoffer Ventura – Oklahoma State – 319 yds.
  2. Will Gordon – Vanderbilt – 317 yds.
  3. Ian Holt – Kent State – 314 yds.
  4. Patrick Martin – Vanderbilt – 309 yds.
  5. Davis Shore – Alabama – 308 yds.
  6. Mason Overstreet – Arkansas – 304 yds.
  7. Cole Miller – Penn State – 303 yds.
  8. Shintaro Ban – UNLV – 302 yds.
  9. Ben Griffin – UNC – 299 yds.
  10. Kyler Tate – UCF – 298 yds.
  11. Kyle Mueller – Michigan – 296 yds.
  12. Brad Dalke – Oklahoma – 295 yds.
  13. Ryan Gronlund – Oregon – 294 yds.

T14. Alex Smalley – Duke – 293 yds.

T14. Dylan Wu – Northwestern – 293 yds.

  1. John Augenstein – Vanderbilt – 289 yds.
  2. Dawson Armstrong – Lipscomb – 288 yds.
  3. Hurly Long – Texas Tech – 287 yds.
  4. Doc Redman – Clemson – 286 yds.
  5. 20. Lee Hodges – Alabama – 285 yds.
  6. Chandler Blanchet – Western Florida – 284 yds.
  7. Grant Hirschman – Oklahoma – 280 yds.
  8. Luis Gagne – LSU – 275 yds.

T24. Franklin Huang – Stanford – 272 yds.

T24. Chip McDaniel – Kentucky – 272 yds.

  1. Doug Ghim – Texas – 271 yds.
  2. Kristoffer Reitan – Texas – 269 yds.
  3. Bryson Nimmer – Clemson – 268 yds.

T29. Blaine Hale – Oklahoma – no score

T29. Fredrick Nilehn – Texas Tech – no score

 

PING Putting Competition

  1. Kristoffer Ventura – Oklahoma State – 22 strokes

T2. Ben Griffin – UNC – 22 strokes

T2. Kristoffer Reitan – Texas – 22 strokes

T4. Blaine Hale – Oklahoma – 23 strokes

T4. Doug Ghim – Texas – 23 strokes

T4. Grant Hirschman – Oklahoma – 23 strokes

T7. Dylan Wu – Northwestern – 24 strokes

T7. Chip McDaniel – Kentucky – 24 strokes

T7. Cole Miller – Penn State – 24 strokes

T7. John Augenstein – Vanderbilt – 24 strokes

T7. Mason Overstreet – Arkansas – 24 strokes

T12. Doc Redman – Clemson – 25 strokes

T12. Hurly Long – Texas Tech – 25 strokes

T12. Ian Holt – Kent State – 25 strokes

T12. Lee Hodges – Alabama – 25 strokes

T12. Patrick Martin – Vanderbilt – 25 strokes

T12. Fredrick Nilehn – Texas Tech – 25 strokes

T18. Shintaro Ban – UNLV – 26 strokes

T18. Alex Smalley – Duke – 26 strokes

T18. Brad Dalke – Oklahoma – 26 strokes

T18. Bryson Nimmer – Clemson – 26 strokes

T18. Luis Gagne – LSU – 26 strokes

T23. Chandler Blanchet – Western Florida – 27 strokes

T23. Kyle Mueller – Michigan – 27 strokes

T23. Ryan Gronlund – Oregon – 27 strokes

T23. Davis Shore – Alabama – 27 strokes

T23. Dawson Armstrong – Lipscomb – 27 strokes

  1. Franklin Huang – Stanford – 28 strokes

T29. Kyler Tate – UCF – 29 strokes

T29. Will Gordon – Vanderbilt – 29 strokes

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