WEST POINT, Miss. – Following a four-hour weather delay, the Kansas State men’s golf team struggled during Sunday’s final round of the Old Waverly Collegiate Championship, held at the par-72, 7,088-yard Old Waverly Golf Club.
K-State, which entered the final round in a tie for 10th, fell three spots on the leaderboard following a final-round score of 14-over par 302. The Wildcats finished with a 54-hole score of 15-over par 879 to place 13th.
Senior George Clarke bounced back during the final round, as the Staffordshire, England product was the only Wildcat under-par on the day. Clarke shot a 1-under par 71 to move up 10 spots on the leaderboard in a tie for 72nd at 10-over par 226.
Junior Will Hopkins posted the best 54-hole score for the Wildcats, carding 4-over par 220 to tie for 46th. Sophomore Tim Tillmanns couldn’t duplicate his early round success, shooting 10-over par 82 during Sunday’s final round and finished two strokes behind Hopkins at 6-over par 222, putting him in a tie for 58th.