2011 UK Bluegrass Invitational Tournament Central

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Tee Times:

First and Second Round

Round One Results:

Player Leaderboard | Team Leaderboard | Combo Leaderboard

Round Two Results:

Player Leaderbaord | Team Leaderboard | Team and Player Leaderboard

Round Three Results:

Player Leaderboard | Team Leaderboard | Team and Player Leaderboard

Course Information:

Course: University Club of Kentucky - Big Blue Course
Par: 71
Yardage: 6,967

Tournament Information:

Years: Fourth Annual
First Year: 2008
Past Team Champions: 2008 - Central Florida; 2009 - Kentucky; 2010 - Murray State
Past Individual Champions: 2008 - Brent Long (WKU) and Brian Belden (Kentucky); 2009 - Erik Barnes (Austin Peay); 2010 - John Stembridge (Auburn)
Lowest 54-hole Team Score: 850 (Murray State, 2010)
Lowest Team Round: 277 (Miami (Ohio), 2010)
Lowest Individual  54-Hole Score: 206 (John Stembridge, Auburn, 2010)
Lowest Individual 18-hole round: 65 (John Stembridge, Auburn, 2010)

Participating Teams:

University of Akron
Auburn University
Bowling Green State University
University of Cincinnati
University of Dayton
Eastern Kentucky University
University of Kentucky (host)
Lipscomb University
Loyola-Chicago University
Marshall University
Michigan State University
Morehead State University
Ohio University
University of Toledo
Utah Valley University
Valparaiso University
Western Carolina University
Western Kentucky University

Tournament Format:

The first round of the tournament will begin Saturday by a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. ET with continuous play until the second round is completed. The final round will begin Sunday at 8 a.m. ET with staggered tee times.

Tee times will be pre assigned for the first two rounds with groupings being organized by teams. For example, all five of Kentucky's golfers will play together as one pairing. Individuals will be split into two groups of four. There will be a total of 20 pairings per round: one pairing per team (18 teams) and two pairings of individuals.

Tee times on Sunday will be based upon team standing after the first two rounds. For example, if Kentucky is leading after the first two rounds they will tee of last Sunday, with the second-place team teeing off before Kentucky and so on. Teams will start from both the No. 1 and No. 10 tee on Sunday.

Please take note that tee times and pairings may change depending on weather conditions or other delays.