AWENDAW, S.C. –Joe David earned his eighth top-20 finish in as many tournaments this season, as the Ole Miss Rebels completed play in the Hootie at Bulls Bay on Tuesday afternoon.
The Rebels entered the day in seventh place, but struggled with windy conditions and finished with a 315 on the final day to conclude the tournament in ninth. No. 5 Auburn took home the tournament championship, finishing nine strokes ahead of second place No. 20 Virginia.
“As a team, we have not learned how to handle windy conditions well at all this year,” said Ole Miss head coach Ernest Ross. “A lot of it is attitude. We get down on ourselves and don’t handle adversity well. We have a lot of lessons to learn and a lot of improving to do.”
David had the low score of the day for the Rebels, carding a 5-over 77. The senior finished at 2-over for the tournament—good for 12th place.
The Rebels will be back in action April 2-3, as they host the BancorpSouth Intercollegiate at Reunion Country Club in Madison, Miss. Fans can follow the Rebels on twitter at @OleMissMGolf and on facebook at www.facebook.com/OleMissMGolf.
HOOTIE AT BULLS BAY TEAM STANDINGS (FINAL) 1 Auburn 285-275-294--854 2 Virginia 287-289-287--863 3 Texas A&M 289-278-299--866 4 Kentucky 285-282-302--869 5 LSU 286-287-302--875 6 South Carolina 291-290-296--877 7 North Carolina State 291-279-312--882 8 North Carolina 290-281-313--884 9 Mississippi 292-284-316--892 10 Augusta State 294-294-306--894 T11 Wake Forest 298-299-305--902 T11 Wisconsin 301-298-303--902 13 College of Charleston 295-300-310--905 T14 Maryland 293-299-319--911 T14 Wofford College 294-298-319--911 OLE MISS INDIVIDUALS T12 Joe David 71-70-77--218 T39 Billy Brozovich 73-71-81--225 T43 Joe Lewis 74-73-79--226 T56 Tom Brown 77-73-79--229 75 Blake Morris 74-70-D--144
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