Irish Head Out for Third Fall Tournament

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Looking to ride the momentum of Notre Dame football’s big win at Wake Forest on Saturday, the Fighting Irish men’s golf team will look to take a tournament win in Winston-Salem at the inaugural Old Town Club Collegiate Invitational.
The tournament gets underway on Sept. 24, with two rounds on Monday and the final on Tuesday, with both days starting at 7:30 a.m. ET. Admission is free to all fans, and live scoring can be found at
The Old Town Club golf course, which is 6,966-yard, par 70, is located immediately next door to Wake Forest’s campus. Originally constructed in 1939 by Perry Maxwell, the course underwent restoration in 2013 by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw.
East Carolina, East Tennessee State, No. 48 Louisville, Loyola (Md.), Maryland, No. 20 North Carolina, Notre Dame, Rutgers, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Yale and host No. 28 Wake Forest.
Representing the Irish will be Hunter Ostrom, Davis Chatfield, Davis Lamb, Andrew O’Leary and Miguel Delgado. Meanwhile, John Felitto will compete as an individual.
The Irish are coming off of a second place showing at the Northern Intercollegiate, where they finished one stroke back from the leader, Marquette. Notre Dame carded the lowest final round score with a 284 (-4), while Hunter Ostrom claimed his first career tournament win by carding a 210 (-6).
When looking at both the fall tournaments, Davis Lamb has had the strongest showing, averaging 73.00 strokes per round, followed closely by Davis Chatfield at 73.12.
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