Duke teed off Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for the three-round NCAA Columbus Regional and finished with a final score of 867 (+15), putting the Blue Devils in eighth place.
At this weekend’s ACC Championship at the Watersound Club’s Shark’s Tooth Course in Panama City Beach, Fla., Duke finished ninth among the 12-team field after a difficult few rounds of stroke play.
Duke finished in fourth place at the Valspar Collegiate Monday and Tuesday. The three-round competition took place in Palm City, Fla., where 15 competitive programs were invited to tee off as postseason play approaches.
Yes, the Blue Devils were at the middle of the table, but the fact that Duke’s freshmen are making an impact and are complementing Siebers is promising.
With nearly three months until its next event, Duke now has time to look at some film and chart out strategies for improvement. Which gives us a chance to look at a few statistics under the hood.
Zheng tied for third individually, with a gutsy final stretch propelling both himself and his team onto the podium.
It's officially a wrap for Duke's 2021 season.
After another tournament in the books, the Blue Devils find themselves with another mediocre finish and another impressive performance from Ian Siebers.
Ian Siebers once again found himself as the leading Duke freshman this past weekend. In this case, however, he was leading all freshmen in Duke history.
Inconsistency has been a trademark of Duke's season, and this week was no different.
Bouncing back from a rough 12th-place finish the previous weekend, Duke strung together three rounds of solid golf to finish fourth in the Wake Forest Invitational at the legendary Pinehurst No. 2 golf course.
Duke suffered a setback in an otherwise smooth-sailing season this week, placing 12th out of 15 teams in the Seminole Intercollegiate this past weekend in Tallahassee, Fla.
Duke tied for second place in its second tournament of the year, an outcome that has become typical for the successful program. However, this tournament was anything but familiar.
Chinn was named the junior boys' player of the year by the American Junior Golf Association just a few weeks ago.
Streelman finished second at the Travelers Championship and tied for seventh at the Workday Charity Open in his last two starts on the PGA Tour.
Long, Mickelson, and Hadwin battled throughout the day, with Long and Mickelson especially putting the pressure on each other down the stretch.