Dalke, Hirschman lead Oklahoma to big win at Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic
KA'ANAPALI, Hawaii — The Oklahoma Sooners were paced by their true freshman Brad Dalke in Hawaii at the Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic, winning by 12 strokes. Dalke, once the top-ranked junior golfer in the nation, shot 66-72-68 to finish in second place individually, one back of Georgia's Zach Healy.
Sooner junior Grant Hirschman, who won the 2015 Southeastern Amateur, took fourth place Max McGreevy and Luke Kwon finished inside of the top-15.
An individual win from Healy and a fifth-place finish from senior Lee McCoy weren't enough for the Bulldogs to capture victory. Still, they took second place by 13 over North Carolina State.
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