Adrien Dumont de Chassart and Giovanni Tadiotto, two high hopes for Belgian golf, contributed greatly to the University of Illinois team’s victory in the “Big Ten Championship” contested on a very difficult track which is the Crooked Stick (paragraph 72), Indiana . Illinois finished the tournament shortly before Iowa after an incredible amount of suspense.
Adrien Dumont de Chassart showed remarkable consistency throughout the three days of competition, returning with cards 73, 71 and 74. Villiersoa finished second in the singles standings.
After a complicated first round (83), Giovanni Tadiotto rose to first place with a score of 76 and 71.
After this sixth consecutive title at the convention, the Illinois team, coached by Mike Small, is now setting its sights on the NCAA Regionals for the tournament that begins May 17. This is the essential step to qualify for the NCAA National Championship, the season finale, which begins May 28 in Scottsdale.
Like Thomas Peters and Thomas Dietry before them, Adrien Dumont de Chassart and Giovanni Tadiotto have successfully combined college studies with high-level golf in the United States.
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