Drury finishes 15th at Missouri Southern Fall Invitational

AFTON, Okla.—  Drury finished 15th among 19 teams at the Missouri Southern Fall Invitational on Tuesday. The Panthers slipped three spots in Tuesday’s final round ending with a 52-over-par 916 in the 54-hole tournament at Shangri-La Country Club in Afton, Oklahoma. Southwestern Oklahoma State and Missouri Southern squeaked past Drury by one shot, while Oklahoma City was three strokes better to finish 12th.
 
Missouri-St. Louis and Henderson State tied for first at seven-over-par as Henderson State was 10-under in the final round to surge into a first-place tie.
 
Hunter Jowers led Drury shooting an eight-over-par 224 in the tournament to tie for 28th in a field of 100 golfers Tryn Titus had the Panthers best round on Tuesday with a 74 and finished 12-over-par (228) and tied for 42nd. Alex Wiseman tied for 45th (230, +14), and Walker Tynes ended with a 234 (+18) to tie for 59th. Jack Cronin finished 30-over (246) and was 86th.
 
Matt Jackman from Oklahoma Christian was the tournament’s medalist, shooting six-under-par (210).
 
Drury returns to action in the Midwest Regional Fall Preview hosted by Illinois Springfield Oct. 3-4 at the Panther Creek Country Club in Springfield, Illinois.
 

15 Drury 307 304 305 916
T28 Hunter Jowers (1) 77 71 76 224, +8
T42 Tryn Titus (4) 77 77 74 228, +12
T45 Alex Wiseman (3) 79 76 75 230, +14
T59 Walker Tynes (2) 74 80 80 234, +18
86 Jack Cronin (5) 81 84 81 246, +30

 
 
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