Hawkeyes in 6th, Kent Tied for 8th

NAPLES, Fla. — The University of Iowa men’s golf team concluded round two of play at the Calusa Cup at Calusa Pines Golf Club on Monday. Freshman Noah Kent is tied for eighth after carding 73 (+1) to bring his tournament score to even par. Iowa is in sixth as a team at 15-over par (293/298 = 591). The Hawkeyes are just two shots back from No. 15 Georgia Tech and Miami University (589) and lead 22nd-ranked Georgia by one stroke.

Kent’s front nine was clean as he had eight pars and just one bogey. Kent then bogeyed hole 10 but was able to get his first birdie of the day on hole 17 to finish his round at 1-over par. Kent is five shots off the leader, Brett Podobinski from Miami University (OH).

Junior Ian Meyer finds himself tied for 12th at 2-over par. Meyer played his second round at 3-over par (75). Senior Mac McClear sits at 6-over par for the tournament after posting a second round 74 (+2). Sophomore Hogan Hansen is tied for 25th at 7-over par.

Florida leads the field at 7-under par. The Gators were the only team to shoot under par on Monday. Purdue is 11 shots back in second place followed by Wake Forest in third, 16 shots back.


6th/8 Team 293 298 +15 591
T8 Noah Kent 71 73 E 144
T12 Ian Meyer 71 75 +2 146
T22 Mac McClear 76 74 +6 150
T25 Hogan Hansen 75 76 +7 151
40 Max Tjoa 76 82 +14 158



  • Iowa’s 116 pars as a team leads the field.
  • Kent’s par four average of 3.95 (-1) ranks tied for second amongst all golfers.
    • Kent’s 28 pars are first in the field.
  • Meyer’s par 3 average of 2.88 (-1) is first in the field.

The final round of the Calusa Cup tees off on Tuesday at 8 a.m. (ET).