Iowa State men’s golf kicks off play in home state


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Junior Nick Voke practices his putting on the team’s new putting green. The Iowa State golf team practiced on October 7th, 2015 at their new course.

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With one round down at the Hawkeye Invitational, the Cyclones are off to a promising start. Iowa State finished the day in first place scoring a 280, good for eight strokes under par in Iowa City, Iowa.

Kansas State is closest behind scoring a 282 with six strokes under par. Iowa, trails Kansas State by three strokes and has scored a 285.

1. Iowa State (280)

2. Kansas State (282)

T3. Iowa (285)

T3. Minnesota (285)

5. Michigan State (289)

6. Kansas (292)

7. Marquette (293)

8. Arkansas State (297)

9. Nebraska (298)

10. South Dakota State (299)

11. Drake (300)

12. Missouri – Kansas City (303)

13. DePaul (304)

Denzel Ieremia shot a 67 on a 72 par course. Ieremia leads Iowa State for second place on the individual leaderboard.

Lachlan Barker shot two strokes under par in the first round. Barker scored a 70 and is currently tied with six others for fifth. Shortly behind Barker is Tripp Kinney who shot a 71 and is tied for 12th place with four others.

Play will continue tomorrow and round two will begin in the morning and round three will begin shortly after.