THIS WEEK: The Air Power golf group travels north on I-25 for the annual CSU Ram Masters, Monday-Tuesday, Sept. 19=20, on the Fort Collins Nation Membership in Fort Collins, Colo.
THE FIELD: Together with Air Power and the host college, Colorado State, the 15-team discipline consists of Cal State Fullerton, Creighton, Denver, Gonzaga, Northern Colorado, Pacific, Sacramento State, South Dakota State, Texas A&M Commerce, UC San Diego, Utah Valley, Wichita State and Wyoming.
THE LINEUP: The Air Power lineup this week on the CSU Masters is: 1-Cameron Kahle; 2-Christopher Park; 3-Alvaro Fonseca; 4-Brooks Morrell; 5-Isaac Layne; Ind-Christopher Ehrenberger
ABOUT THE TOURNAMENT: The 54-hole event will likely be performed on the par 70, 7,218-yard
Fort Collins Nation Membership. Golfers will play 36 holes in a shotgun begin on Monday. Pairings for Tuesday’s tee occasions for the ultimate 18 holes, will likely be decided by group rating. The low 4 particular person scores will decide the group scores for every spherical.
AIR FORCE AT THE CSU RAM MASTERS: Air Power has performed within the CSU Ram Masters six occasions, most not too long ago final season. Air Power’s high end was fourth place in 2016. Final season, the Falcons positioned 14th with a group rating of 957.
LAST WEEK: Freshman Alvaro Fonseca led the Air Power golf group on the ultimate day of the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational, Sunday, Sept. 11, on the Academy’s Eisenhower Blue Course. Fonseca made three birdies for a ultimate spherical 75. Fonseca was the highest Falcon over the 54-hole event with a 225. Senior Isaac Layne shot 76 on the ultimate day for a three-round rating of 227. Sophomore Cameron Kahle shot 229, sophomore Christopher Park got here in at 237 and freshman Brooks Morrell shot 238. Air Power was 22nd at 913. Within the GMFI Particular person Event on the Eisenhower Silver Course, Air Power’s highest finisher was sophomore Christopher Ehrenberger with a 222 (+6), together with a one-under 71 within the ultimate spherical. Air Power’s different rivals on the Silver had been freshman Ted Davenport (226), junior Aaron Kuznik (230), junior Max Heupel (232), sophomore Sam Schuhl (234), freshman Eric Liveringhouse (234) and freshman Colin Laughrey (237).