SAN ANTONIO, Texas — The Kansas State men’s golf team finished two rounds of play Monday at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational in 12th place at the par 71, 6,765-yard Oak Hills Country Club.
The Wildcats finished the day with a 22-over-par 306 in round one and a 6-over 290 in round two to to sit at 30-over -par 598 entering Tuesday’s final round.
Oklahoma holds the tournament lead, carding a four-over 288 in round one and an even-par 284 in round two.
The Sooners’ Abraham Ancer, as well as Andrew Noto from Louisiana-Lafayette, are tied for first after shooting a two-under-par 139.
K-State’s Curtis Yonke finished with a six-over-par 148, shooting 76 and 72 in the first and second rounds, respectively.
Yonke is currently tied for 31st with Roman Robledo of Houston at the end of day one.
Kyle Weldon, Kyle Smell and Ben Juffer each shot a eight-over-par 150, which placed them in a three-way tie for 42nd.
Rounding out the Wildcat lineup was Chase Chamberlin, who shot a 36-hole score of 11-over par 153.
The final round of the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational was scheduled to tee off at 7:30 a.m., today.