BGSU Men’s Golf places sixth in Ernie Durham Classic

Ben Shanahan, Sports Reporter, Falcon Media Sports Network

The Bowling Green men’s golf team came in sixth place at the Ernie Denham Classic in Louisville, Kentucky.

The Falcons started the final round in second place, but eventually ended the tournament in sixth.

Northern Kentucky went on to win the invitational, with Southern Indiana and Murray State tying for second place.

For the Falcons, they had a top-five finisher in sophomore Darin Hudak, who was the only Falcon under par at -2.

Hudak also came in fifth in the par-5’s shooting -8 and fifth in the par-3’s shooting par.

Fellow sophomore Connor Gdovin finished in 21st place and shot four over par.

Gdovin started the tournament on fire, going into the final round in second place, but faced trouble in the last 18 holes.

Junior Brandon Rattray was the only other Falcon who shot under +10, shooting seven over par and placing 30th.

The next BG golfer was Tom Bell, who shot 11 over par and finished in 41st place. 

Freshman Ethan Irvine rounded out the Falcon five, ending up in 48th place and shooting +13.

The Falcons will be back in action April 17 and 18 at the Redhawk Intercollegiate in Pittsburgh, PA.

For more information about the team, visit the athletics webpage.