Last Updated on October 28, 2023 by Robert C. Hoopes
Columbia men’s golf team concluded their fall campaign by hosting an exhibition against Trinity College Dublin for the second year in a row. The friendly competition was held at Saint Andrew’s Golf Club and consisted of four matches worth one point each. In the end, Columbia emerged as the victor with a score of 3-1.
The first point of the exhibition was secured by Nathan Han and William Sung, who defeated Trinity’s Eoin O’Doherty and Tom Flanagan with a score of 5-and-4. Trinity managed to level the score with a 1-up win in the 11:09 a.m. match, featuring Mikey Mina Ronayne & Eoin Sullivan against Alvin Kwak and George Rubelsky.
However, Columbia refused to let go of their lead and won the final two matches. Wyatt McGovern and Darren Pang defeated Sam Gammell and Andrew Fraser with a score of 2-up, while DJ Francey and Rich Mueller defeated Jan Balik and Jack Flanagan with a score of 1-up.
Rich Mueller, Columbia’s Director of Golf, expressed his satisfaction with the exhibition, stating that it was a fun way to bring the team together and mark the end of the fall season. The team will now turn their attention to the spring championship season, which will kick off on February 17-18 at the Savannah Harbor Invitational.
For fans who want to keep up with the latest updates on Columbia men’s golf, they can follow @CULionsMGolf on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, as well as visit the website GoColumbiaLions.com.
This exhibition against Trinity College Dublin was a thrilling conclusion to Columbia men’s golf’s fall campaign. The team showcased their skills and emerged with a victory of 3-1. Columbia’s Director of Golf, Rich Mueller, praised the exhibition as a fun way to unite the team and celebrate their achievements. With the fall season over, the team will now be preparing for their upcoming spring championship season, starting with the Savannah Harbor Invitational in February. Fans can stay connected and follow the team’s progress by visiting the team’s social media pages and website.