June 26, 2018
NOTRE DAME, Ind. – After posting the best team stroke average in over three decades (286.25), the Notre Dame men’s golf team has continued to work on their play in various tournaments this summer. In fact, Hunter Ostrom, Davis Chatfield and Davis Lamb all competed in tournaments over the past weekend.
Ostrom, whose best 54-hole tournament score was a 215 last season, shot a 210 (-6) at the Idaho State Amateur. Ostrom carded a 70, 69, 71 in his second place showing, finishing four back from the leader.
Over in Rhode Island, Davis Chatfield competed in the four-round Northeast Amateur. Chatfield carded a 70, 65, 69, 72 to finish with a 276, even-par, good for 15th place. Chatfield represented the Irish in every single tournament last season, averaging a 72.75 per round. Chatfield’s best finish was a third place showing at the Fighting Irish Classic.
Then over at the Snee Farm Country Club in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, Davis Lamb competed in the Rice Planters Amateur. Lamb shot a 69, 70, 70 and 71 to finish at eight-under par (280), finishing in a tie for fifth place. Lamb tallied the third lowest stroke average on the team last season with a 72.48.
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