UCD's Jonathan Yates fired a one over par 71 to lead the individual standings by one stroke from Maynooth University's Sean Walsh and by two from Maynooth's Jack McDonnell after the first round of the Irish Colleges Stroke Play Championship at stormy Strandhill.
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Maynooth UniversityB leads the team standings on 10 over 220 by five from NUI Galway with UCD A and Maynooth C six and 10 back respectively.
71 Jonathan Yates
72 Sean Walsh
73 Jack McDonnell
74 Sean Burke, Ryan O'Doherty, Ross Steedman
75 Colin Woodroofe, Ross Dutton, Alan Lowry
76 Gavin Fitzmaurice, Adam McSweeney, Ben Murray, Gregory O'Mahony
77 Cathal Nolan, Brian Doran, Kyle McCarron, Liam Grehan
78 Declan Reidy, Colm Hughes, Conor O'Mara, Ryan Gribben, Rachel Taylor, Dylan Lambe, Henry Clark
79 Harry McHugh, Cathal Butler, Ryan McCullough, Shannon Burke, Gary Ward, Ted Collins, James Lindsay
80 Jack Blake, Marc Nolan
81 Jack Boyd, Daniel O'Byrne, Meadhbh Doyle, Conor Harte
82 Matthew Butterly, David Byrne, Tristan Probst, Jack Walsh, Bill Murray, Neil McKinstry
83 Conor Fitzgerald, Jack Alton, Alastair McQuillan
84 Gareth Mann, David O'Sullivan, Andrew Magee
85 Frank Bruen, Ian Bentham
86 Chris Boylan, Cian Kidney, Raymond Crotty, Andrew Bonham
87 Rory Devitt, Jack Ward, Glen Mowat, John McCarthy, Charles McGoldrick
88 Laura Doherty, Adam Harkness
89 Philip O'Sullivan, Tristan Coakley, Ronan Molloy
90 Jack O'Flynn
91 Duane Topham
94 Cillian Tully, Brian Dunne
95 Conor McGowan
97 Jordan Mackin
102 Finbar Fouhy
Hossler wins Jones Cup Invitational, McBride well back
Texan Beau Hossler closed with a 70 to win the Jones Cup Invitational by six shots on two under par from North Augusta's Matthew NeSmith and Canada's Blair Hamilton
Hossler was was the only man in the field to break par and scoring was so tough at Ocean Forest Golf Club at Sea Island that top international Paul McBride finished 78th on 28 over.
If the organisers wanted to identify the best player, they may well have achieved their goal. But with scores soaring into the 80s, one wonders if the players had any fun at all.
The win gave Hossler a sponsor's exemption for the PGA Tour's RSM Classic, which is played at Sea Island in November.