NORMAN, Okla. The Oklahoma men’s golf squad seeks a second-straight top-10 finish of the season as it competes in the Boilermaker Invitational April 7-8, held in West Lafayette, Ind., on the par-72, 7,382-yard Kampen course.
The Sooners will battle the cold as the weekend forecast calls for temperatures in the 30s with a chance snow.
The 15-team field, featuring Auburn (ranked 24th in Golf World’s latest top-25 ranking), will play 36 holes Saturday and return for the final round of action on Sunday. Play begins Saturday with an 8 a.m. (CST) shotgun start and continues Sunday at 7 a.m. (CST).
Joining OU and Auburn in the event will be Baylor, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Missouri, Notre Dame, Northwestern, Ohio State, Purdue, Toledo and Washington.
The Sooner lineup will feature seniors Nick Sheedy and J.J. Wood, junior Phillip Bryan and freshmen Ben Blundell and Jesse Schutte.
Wood enters the tournament having not scored a round higher than 74 this spring and is coming off of three straight top-30 finishes.
The tournament, hosted by Purdue, will mark the second time the Sooners have traveled to the Kampen course. Oklahoma carded a fourth-place finish in 2004.
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