Through all three rounds, the WKU men's golf team climbed the team leaderboard, improving one spot each round as they tallied a 12th place finish on Tuesday at the Mobile Sports Authority Intercollegiate, hosted by South Alabama.
After two rounds of play at the Mobile Sports Authority Intercollegiate, the WKU men's golf team is in 13th place with a 36-over 612 (318-294) team score.
On one side, the excitement of a first-year head coach leads the way, while the other is spearhead by upperclassmen leadership as both WKU men's and women's golf teams begin their spring championship season on Monday.
WKU head golf coach Phillip Hatchett announced Monday the signing of three golfers to National Letters of Intent to play for WKU in 2015-16.
After windy conditions forced higher than average scores on the first two rounds, a pleasant day provided better conditions for the third and final round of the Wendy's Kiawah Classic for the WKU men's golf team, who closed out their fall campaign on Tuesday.