Top-ranked men’s golf team wins Argo Invitational; Blanchet notches record 12th win By Tyler Wood
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vitamin use like accutane The University of West Florida men’s golf team won its fifth tournament of the 2017-18 season and senior Chandler Blanchet took the individual crown in the Argonaut Invitational at Pensacola Country Club on April 3. Blanchet posted rounds of 66-66-70 to finish the week at 14-under-par, two shots ahead of teammate Henry Westmoreland IV who finished the week in second place at 12-under after posting rounds of 70-67-67.

click here Junior Julien Otero headed into the final round at even-par, but shot a 68 to finish the week at 4-under-par and in a tie for 12th place. Fellow junior Jacob Huizinga posted rounds of 69-72-75 to finish at even and in a tie for 24th place. Junior Christian Bosso finished the week at 10-over-par after rounds of 75-76-75. Junior Bryce Geraghty competed as an individual and finished in a tie for 6th place, with rounds of 68-70-71.  

go site As a team, the No. 1-ranked Argos finished the tournament at 30-under-par, posting scores of 276-278-280 across their three rounds. Their total score of 834 gave them a 12-stroke victory over Limestone College and Delta State University, who finished in a tie for second place.

Coach Steve Fell, now in his 24th season with the Argonauts, has already been a part of two national championship teams, most recently in 2008. With this year’s squad, he could be looking to add a third.

“It was just an all-around good performance by the team,” Fell said. “Chandler of course played great, and Henry played really good. Everybody pitched in and did their part and just kind of kept the momentum going and made a lot of birdies.”

For Blanchet, the win at the Argo Invitational is his fourth this season and the 12th of his career, adding to his record for the most wins in UWF history.

“I hit the ball really well [Monday] which really set me up nice for [Tuesday],” Blanchet said. “I gave myself a lot of birdie opportunities and thankfully hit them close and made a couple. I wasn’t putting great [Monday] but rolled enough in to get to 12-under and give myself a nice little cushion going into [Tuesday].”

The Argos will travel to Pine Mountain, Georgia, to participate in the GSC Championship Tournament on April 22-25, and will be the clear favorite heading into the event.

“It’s always good to win going into the postseason,” Fell said. “We’re just gonna try to keep that momentum going and keep it all the way through the national championship.”