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The 1986 menís golf team finished their season with a fifth place finish
in the conference tournament.
Team leaders were Lance Butner and Tim Carlin, both with scores of 122. The tournament was
shortened to 27 holes because of inclement weather. Head coach John Eidsness stated that the team had
an off tournament or they would have place second in the MIAC.
During the season the team competed in the Erv Kaiser Invitational in
Fargo, the Bemidji Invitational, the
Rochester tournament, and the St. Johnís Invitational where Tim Carlin shot a 69, the lowest 18-hole
score for a Concordia golfer since 1978.
Returning players provided a strong core for the men's golf team. They placed fifth in MIAC competition, but rain and inconsistency presented problems. Two top golfers graduated this spring, making next season a building year for the team.
A. Andersen, Marc Beulke, Lance Butner, Troy Butner, Tim Carlin, Tom Eide, Tom Fuglestad, Kim Larson, Jeff Mattson, Dave Melin, and Frank Mertz.