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Adam Wood finished at even-par as the Blue Devils struggled at the Hootie at the Bull’s Bay Intercollegiate.

Duke men's golf struggles in pair of weekend tournaments

No. 22 Duke finished seventh at the Hootie at Bull’s Bay Intercollegiate Tuesday, 29 shots behind tournament champion No. 14 South Carolina. The Blue Devils were paced by sophomore Adam Wood, who finished tied for 17th, with freshman Alex Smalley and junior Matt Oshrine close behind in 19th and 26th, respectively.

Duke claimed a tournament title for the second straight week with its win at the Seahawk Invitational Monday, and junior Matt Oshrine claimed the individual crown with a seven-under-par performance.

Duke men's golf captures Seahawk Invitational crown

After failing to record a victory as a team through the first six months of the season, the Blue Devils have captured a pair of tournament titles in two weeks.  No. 20 Duke finished atop the two-day Seahawk Intercollegiate at the Country Club of Landfall by a seven-stroke margin after entering the final day of the tournament with a one-stroke lead.

Senior Celine Boutier and the Blue Devils will get reacquainted with fellow 2015 Final Four participants Baylor, Southern California and defending national champion Stanford at the East Lake Cup.

Duke women's golf heads to East Lake Cup for Final Four reunion

If last year’s NCAA championship teams held a reunion party, this would be it. No. 2 Duke heads to the historic East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta to participate in the East Lake Cup, a new match-play tournament that features the four men’s and women’s semifinalists from the previous year’s NCAA championship.