Collegiate. Among the weather obstacles was a frost delay and by the end of three rounds the difficulty could be seen in the numbers. Of the 279 rounds posted by 93 players, only six were of the sub-70 flavor.
Despite the tough conditions and high scores, there was the notable crossing of the paths by Jack Boulger and his brother Eric Boulger. The brothers hail from Walpole, Mass. Jack, a graduate student at the University of Southern California, shot 229, while Eric, a sophomore at UConn, shot 242. Jack Boulger played three seasons for UConn before transferring out west.
UConn’s leading scorer was Jared Nelson (73-79-74 for T-41) of Rutland, Vt., but the Huskies struggled overall, finishing 15th in the 16-team field.
Michigan’s Jack O’Donnell, a junior from Cohasset, Mass., who went to Boston College High School, shot 75-78-82 as an individual. His team finished joint second.
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