Winslow, Ihm Compete in Amateur Tournaments
Jan. 3, 2013
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- University of Iowa men's golfers Joseph Winslow and Steven Ihm each competed in amateur tournaments recently. Winslow played in the second annual Patriot All-America Invitational in Litchfield Park, Ariz., while Ihm played in the South Beach International Amatuer in Miami, Fla.
Winslow, a sophomore from Overland Park, Kan., placed 74th at the Patriot on Dec. 29th. Winslow carded a 232 (+22), which included a two-over par, 72, in the opening round. The tournament consisted of 84 NCAA All-Americans. The competitors honored fallen heroes from all branches of the military, carrying red, white and blue golf bags with the name, rank and branch of a soldier lost in battle. Ihm and former Hawkeye golfer Chris Brant participated in the tournament last season.
Ihm tied for 20th in the South Beach International Amateur, closing the tournament on Dec. 21st with a four-round score of 286 (+3). The junior from Peosta, Iowa, carded two rounds under par after shooting a 68 (-3) in the second and third rounds. Action was held at the Miami Beach Golf Club.
Winslow and Ihm had Iowa's top-two lowest stroke averages in the fall season. The Hawkeyes open their spring season with the Big Ten Match Play Championships in Bradenton, Fla., on Feb. 8-9th.
Patriot All-America Invitational -- The Wigwam 74th...Joseph Winslow...72, 78, 82 -- 232 (+22)