Woolf fires school-record 64 to complete first career tournament in style
Feb. 9, 2007
WAIKOLOA, Hawaii - TCU freshman Travis Woolf made the most of his first career tournament, as he set a school record with a final-round 64 (-6) on Friday at the UH Hilo Intercollegiate. His record-setting performance guided the Horned Frogs, who were 14th after the first day of play, into a share of seventh place at their inaugural tournament of the spring season.
Woolf, a native of Fort Worth and a Paschal High School graduate, moved up 30 spots on the last day into a share of 15th place. His three-round total of 204 was 6-under par. He had eight birdies and two bogeys on Friday. Earlier in the tournament, Woolf became the first Frog freshman ever to post a sub-70 round for head coach Bill Montigel.
Sophomore Jon McLean was just one shot off Woolf's landmark score, as he posted a 5-under 65 to establish a personal best. It was the second consecutive under-70 round for the nation's 39th ranked player. He completed the 54-hole event with a 4-under 206.
Jesse Speirs, who began the day in seventh place, slipped into a tie for 30th after a 3-over 73. The sophomore's total of 207 was 3-under.
Robby Ormand placed 43rd in Hawaii with an even-par score of 210. His best effort was a 67 in the second round. Junior Franklin Corpening posted his best score of the tournament in the final round with a 1-under 69. He tied for 52nd with a 2-over 212.
TCU's final-round 269 (-11) was the team's best effort of the event and was the second-best score among the 18 schools on Friday. TCU wound up just six strokes out of third place. Stanford won the tournament title by defeating Oklahoma State in a playoff tiebreaker.
The Frogs are next in action March 5-6 at the Ashworth USC Invitational in Westlake Village, Calif.
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