ESF 2008/09 Golf Season Underway
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SYRACUSE - The ESF golf team swung into the fall season with a strong showing in the Elmira Invitational held at Elmira Country Club Friday, Sept. 12.
In less-than-perfect conditions sophomore landscape architecture student Brendan Beeke lead the team to a solid finish in the middle of the 10-team field. The team wasted no time getting back in action on, Sept. 13 at home against Syracuse University. The ESF team was lead by Jim Burt, a junior landscape architecture major, with a fine 76. Unfortunately, ESF lost by two strokes to rival SU.
To date, the highlight of the ESF golf season belongs to Chris Niebuhr who during a practice round scored a hole in one on hole 4 at Drumlins West. Niebuhr is a senior environmental science student.
The team's next match is Sept. 25th when they travel to the Keuka Invitational.
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