Hawkeyes Place Ninth at Calusa Cup

NAPLES, Fl. – The University of Iowa men’s golf team placed ninth at the third-annual Calusa Cup on Tuesday. Iowa hosted a stacked field at Calusa Pines Golf Club, including four Golfstat top-five ranked teams.

The Hawkeyes posted their low score of the week with a round three score of 299 (+11).

Senior Ronan Kleu finished in front for Iowa with a 227 (+11) total after 54 holes. His third round 73 (+1) matched junior Callum Macfie for a team-best on Tuesday.

Kleu finished ahead of four Golfstat top-15 ranked opponents, climbing seven spots in the final round to tie for 30th.

No. 3 North Carolina shot 860 (-4) for the week to finish in front by 10 strokes. Tarheel Ryan Burnett was the individual medalist, shooting five-under par (211) through 54 holes at the championship venue.


9 TEAM 310 305 299 +50 914
T-30 Ronan Kleu 79 75 73 +11 227
T-34 Mac McClear 74 78 77 +13 229
T-36 Ian Meyer 78 74 78 +14 230
T-36 Callum Macfie 79 78 73 +14 230
44 Hogan Hansen 81 84 76 +25 241


  • Kleu and Macfie posted nine birdies apiece to lead the Hawkeyes at the Calusa Cup; each golfer recorded five birdies in the third round.
  • The Calusa Cup featured eight Golfstat ranked teams, including four of the top five teams and 20 ranked individuals.

Iowa hosts the Hawkeye Invitational April 15-16 at Finkbine Golf Course in Iowa City, Iowa.