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(Men's) Golfers Finish Third At Wyoming Cowboy Classic

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    The men's golf team rally from a poor start fell just short here Tuesday, as the Buffaloes finished third in the 13th annual Wyoming Cowboy Classic.

    Originally posted by CUBuffs.com
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    CHANDLER, Ariz. — The University of Colorado men’s golf team rally from a poor start fell just short here Tuesday, as the Buffaloes finished third in the 13th annual Wyoming Cowboy Classic.

    McNeese State, ranked 80th nationally, won its first tournament of the year after posting several top five finishes, using an 8-under par final round effort to close with a 838 team score, or 26-under par. Idaho used the day’s best round, a 10-under 78, to leapfrog into second (840), with No. 47 Colorado third (842), Gonzaga fourth (847) and UC Davis, the leader after each of the first two rounds, completing the top five (849).

    The Buffaloes had a substandard start all three rounds here, but was as the case in Monday’s two rounds, came back to turn in a team score under par. In the final round, the four players who contributed to the CU team score were six-over par about a third of the way into the day, dropping the Buffs into sixth place at one point; but the quartet came back to finish with 13 birdies with just three bogeys to rally the team into third.
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