Tech Finishes Tied for 11th in Hawaii|
Henry Todd finished in a tie for 16th individually.
Feb. 9, 2014
KONA, Hawaii -- Texas Tech junior Henry Todd fired a 5-under par 67 in his final round to help No. 42 Texas Tech finish in a tie for 11th in the Amer Ari Invitational on Saturday at the Waikoloa Kings Course.
Tech equaled its first round team score with another 10-under 278 on Saturday for a three-day total of 838 (26-under). The Red Raiders tied No. 30 Arizona State and were just one shot out of a four-way tie for seventh.
Todd finished in a tie for 16th individually, and was the second Red Raider to shoot 5-under in the last three days after fellow junior Esteban Restrepo shot 67 on Thursday. He had nearly a perfect round with six birdies and just one bogey, and birdied three of his first seven holes.
Restrepo finished one shot back with a 68 on Saturday and three-day total of 208 (8-under) while day two team leader Matias Dominguez ended his tournament with an even par 72 and 6-under 210 total.
Newcomers Hannes Ronneblad and Corbin Kasten each got to see their first collegiate tournaments of the spring playing as individuals. Ronneblad finished in a tie for 64th at 1-under (215) while Kasten finished in a tie for 77th at 2-over (218).
Next up for Tech will be the Prestige at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif., Feb. 17-19.