Good luck to David Boote and his Stanford University Men’s Golf teammates in the match play stages of the 2014 NCAA Golf Finals today.

David_Boote_in_actionDavid’s team won the stroke play qualifying and David put in a tremendous performance by finishing only one shot off getting into a play-off for the leading individual medalist honor with a fantastic last round of -5, 65.

David finished tied third alongside James Ross from Scotland on a total score of five under par, 205, at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kansas.

Stanford senior Cameron Wilson who missed a par putt on his 54th and final hole that would have clinched the NCAA individual title slotted home an 8-footer for birdie on the third play-off hole, the par-5 17th, to defeat Georgia Tech’s Ollie Schniederjans for the leading medalist honors.

Stanford junior Patrick Rodgers, who is expected to turn pro after the 2014 NCAA Golf Championship, came up short in his bid for his 12th career collegiate win. Victory, would have moved him out of a tie with Tiger Woods for the school record. Rodgers carded a final-round, 3-over-par, 73, and finished T-15 at 2-under 208.

Individual Scores:-

1 Cameron Wilson -6
2 Ollie Schniederjans -6
T3 James Ross -5
T3 David Boote -5
T3 Robby Shelton -5
T6 Seth Reeves -4
T6 Benjamin Taylor -4
T6 Denny McCarthy -4
T9 Sebastian Cappelen -3
T9 Ryan Zech -3

Team Scores (top-8 qualified for match play stage):-

1 Stanford -13
T2 Alabama -4
T2 LSU -4
4 Oklahoma State E
5 Georgia Tech +1
6 UCLA +4
T7 SMU +5
T7 Illinois +5


9 South Carolina +6
10 Houston +8


Graham J Gordon, The Editor and Owner, GolfblogspotUK

The GolfblogspotUK website is owned and run by former Walker Cup player and European Tour card holder, Graham J Gordon, from Scotland, the Home of Golf. The owner is a golf fanatic who had to retire early from competitive tour play due to a back injury that required surgery. Graham wishes to share his knowledge and own experiences of the game with the GolfblogspotUK community and to receive your feedback on all aspects of the sport. Graham has been playing the game for over 20 years and received a great deal of pleasure from the sport. He has met several friends and visited many different places around the world, thanks to playing the great game of golf. Time to put a little back into the game to help others.

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