NEW LONDON, N.C. – Notre Dame men’s golf senior Miguel Delgado shot his lowest 54-hole tournament score of the year when he wrapped the ACC Championships with a 209 (-7). The seven-under par marked a career outing for Delgado at the conference championship, held at the par-72 Old North State Club, as the California native finished in seventh place – also a postseason best.
“Miguel’s been by far our best player all year, and this week he proved he’s one of the best in the ACC,” Notre Dame head coach John Handrigan exclaimed. “Impressive performance in the elite golf conference in the country.”
As a team, the Fighting Irish shot a 295 (+7) on Saturday, totaling an 869 (+5) for the event, finishing in 11th place.
Delgado shot a 72, even-par, on Saturday to earn his fourth top-10 finish on the year, beating 12 top ranked individuals in the process. Not only that, but Delgado has now shot under-par for five consecutive tournaments. In fact, in the five tournament stretch, Delgado has gone a combined 20-under par.
John Felitto carded a 73 (+1) on the day to finish with a 220 (+4) on the tournament and 38th place showing. Both Andrew O’Leary and Davis Lamb shot a 76 (+4) this afternoon to each total a 221 (+5), good for 43rd.
Lastly, Taichi Kho counted toward the team score today with a 74 (+2). The freshman finished with a 224 (+8) in his first conference tournament.