Men’s Golf Remains in Fifth After Second Round of Twin Cities Classic

Posted on September 25th, 2022 by


RAMSEY, Minn. – The Gustavus men’s golf team remains in a tie for fifth place after shooting a 30-over 318 during Sunday’s second round of the Twin Cities Classic, played at The Links at Northfork. Saint John’s continues to lead the field after a second round total of 297. The Gusties are 35 strokes off the lead.

Wyatt Wasko (Sr., Lake Elmo) is tied for fifth place individually after carding a second round score of 79 (+7). Teddy Kaste (So., Apple Valley) moved up to a tie for 25th after carding a round of 78. Sam Skaar (Sr., Coleraine) made a couple birdies in his round and finished with a score of 80, which has him tied for 30th. Cam Longie (So., Hutchinson) is tied for 35th after carding 81 and Chris Gutuza (Fy., Johannesburg, South Africa) is tied for 69th after posting 83. Tommy Hinicker (Jr., Edina) is leading the Gustavus C team and is sitting in fourth place after posting a 79 Sunday.

“Mother nature was a big challenge today,” Head Coach Scott Moe said. “Windy conditions is how the Links at Northfork is designed to play difficult. Any time you were not fully committed to a shot, it cost you dearly. Edina Country Club tomorrow will be a great course to finish the Twin Cities Classic. Our compete level needs to be at an all-time high tomorrow for all 16 guys.”

The third and final round begins Monday morning at the Edina Country Club.


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