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Tulsa Men's Golf Team Opens Season at UTSA Invitational

Freshman David Inglis leads Hurricane into action at UTSA Invitational
Freshman David Inglis leads Hurricane into action at UTSA Invitational
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Feb. 25, 2001

San Antonio, Texas - The Tulsa men's golf team opens the spring season at the UTSA Golf Invitational, Monday-Tuesday, Feb. 26-27 at the Oak Hills Country Club in San Antonio, Texas.

Tulsa will be making its first-ever appearance at the UTSA Invitational and will be competing in a field of 12 teams at the 54-hole tournament. The event will consist of 36 holes on Monday, and 18 holes on Tuesday.

The field of participants include Arkansas, UALR, Illinois State, Iowa State, Kansas State, Nebraska, Stephen F. Austin, UTSA, Texas-Arlington, Texas Tech, Tulsa and Wichita State.

Tulsa is coming off of a solid fall campaign which saw the Hurricane place among the top-five in three of five tournaments. Leading the way for Tulsa is a foursome of newcomers including freshmen David Inglis, Logan Goettsch and Chris Noel and sophomore transfer Billy Lowry.

Inglis turned in five top-20 finishes and had a 72.4 stroke average in the fall, while Goettsch placed among the top-20 three times and turned in a 73.4 stroke average. Noel, a local product from Bishop Kelley High School, played in just the final fall tournament due to injury and placed 12th with a 72.3 stroke average. Lowry transferred to Tulsa from Oklahoma State and had a 74.5 stroke average. Junior Kevin Henry has enjoyed his best season thus far with a 73.9 stroke average and three-top-20 finishes.

Oak Hills Country Club has ong been considered one of the top courses in Texas, and was host site of the 1998 NCAA Central Regional. The par-71 course measures 6,556 yards.