THIS WEEK: The Air Force golf team travels north on I-25 for the annual CSU Ram Masters, Monday-Tuesday, Sept. 19=20, at the Fort Collins Country Club in Fort Collins, Colo.
THE FIELD: Along with Air Force and the host school, Colorado State, the 15-team field includes 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 Force lineup this week at the CSU Masters is: 1-Cameron Good; 2-Christopher Park; 3-Alvaro Fonseca; 4-Brooks Morrell; 5-Isaac Layne; Ind-Christopher Ehrenberger
ABOUT THE TOURNAMENT: The 54-hole tournament will be played at the par 70, 7,218-yard
Fort Collins Country Club. Golfers will play 36 holes in a shotgun start on Monday. Pairings for Tuesday’s tee times for the final 18 holes, will be determined by team score. The low four individual scores will determine the team scores for each round.
AIR FORCE AT THE CSU RAM MASTERS: Air Force has played in the CSU Ram Masters six times, most recently last season. Air Force’s top finish was fourth place in 2016. Last season, the Falcons placed 14th with a team score of 957.
LAST WEEK: Freshman Alvaro Fonseca led the Air Force golf team on the final day of the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational, Sunday, Sept. 11, at the Academy’s Eisenhower Blue Course. Fonseca made three birdies for a final round 75. Fonseca was the top Falcon over the 54-hole tournament with a 225. Senior Isaac Layne shot 76 on the final day for a three-round score of 227. Sophomore Cameron Good shot 229, sophomore Christopher Park came in at 237 and freshman Brooks Morrell shot 238. Air Force was 22nd at 913. In the GMFI Individual Tournament on the Eisenhower Silver Course, Air Force’s highest finisher was sophomore Christopher Ehrenberger with a 222 (+6), including a one-under 71 in the final round. Air Force’s other competitors on the Silver were 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).