Golf opens 2010 season in fine shape

Junior Matt Brooker shot four over (74) to help JBU hold a tie for first place after day one of the Central Christian (Kan.) Invitational.

Junior Matt Brooker shot four over (74) to help JBU hold a tie for first place after day one of the Central Christian (Kan.) Invitational.

McPherson, Kan. (September 13, 2010) — The JBU men’s golf is tied for the lead after day one at the Central Christian Invitational in McPherson, Kan. The men shot a 294 on the par 70, 6,282 yard course at Turkey Creek.

Sophomore Nathan Sudheimer is in the lead for JBU after shooting two-under (72), followed by junior West Loveland with a 73, junior Matt Brooker with 74, and sophomore Cameron Lindsey with a 75.

Freshman Dallas Boote played as a medalist and shot a 74.

Play resumes tomorrow with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.

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Junior Matt Brooker shot four over (74) to help JBU hold a tie for first place after day one of the Central Christian (Kan.) Invitational.

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Junior Matt Brooker shot four over (74) to help JBU hold a tie for first place after day one of the Central Christian (Kan.) Invitational.