BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. – The King University men’s golf team closed their season with a round of 300 in the final round of the Conference Carolinas Championship. King finished the tournament with a stroke total of 897, giving the Tornado a fifth place finish. Leennawat Numpituckchaikul led King with a ninth place finish.
BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. – The King University men’s golf team started play at the Conference Carolinas Championship on Sunday, and the Tornado are in third place following Monday’s second round with one round remaining. The Tornado improved on a first round of 306 to shoot 291 in the second round and go into the final round with a total of 597. Mathias Bunaes leads the way for King as he is in seventh place going into the third round.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The Conference Carolinas Men’s Golf Championship started on Sunday, and Sunday night the league announced their All-Conference Carolinas performers. Both Leennawat Numpituckchaikul and Robert Wilkinson were recognized for their great seasons for the Tornado.
BRISTOL, Tenn. - As the 2016 season is nearing its end the Conference Carolinas have announce their Academic All-Conference Team for Men's and Women's Golf. The conference and its member institutions stress the importance of "Academics and Athletics Working Together" and the student-athletes named to Academic All-Conference teams are those who best represent this value. Two member from each the King University women's and men's golf teams have been recognized among the lists of 18 athletes.
GREENWOOD, S.C. – The King University men's golf team posted a strong finish in day two of the Lander Bearcat Classic that would jump them four spots up on the leaderboard. The Tornado climbed up the leaderboard after they finished day one sitting in ninth place overall and completed the tournament earning a fifth place finish. The Tornado were led by Leennawat Numpituckchaikul earning a top ten individual finish.
GREENWOOD, S.C. – The King University men’s golf team opened play at the Lander Bearcat Open with a pair of solid rounds. The Tornado opened with a score of 300 and followed it with a total of 291 in the second round and are in ninth place with a tournament total of 591. Leennawat Numpituckchaikul leads the Tornado and is in 11th place with one round remaining.
TRAVELERS, S.C. – The King University men’s golf team closed out the Cliffs Intercollegiate golf tournament landing a fourth place finish. The Tornado climbed up the leaderboard after they finished day one sitting in seventh place overall. Leenwat Numpituckchaikul led the Tornado earning a top ten finish.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – For the first time this year, a King University men’s golfer has been selected Conference Carolinas Golfer of the Month. Following his 14th place finish at the end of February, Arthitayapong Sripatrprasite garnered honors from the league.
SALISBURY, N.C. – Concluding the Richard Rendleman Invitational, the King University men's golf team took an eight place finish shooting a combined 612 in two rounds of play. The Tornado were led by Arthitayapong Sripatrprasite who finished in the top 20 golfers.
SALISBURY, N.C. – The King University men’s golf team opened their second tournament in as many weeks by shooting 307 in the first round of the Richard Rendleman Invitational. The Tornado are in eighth place, and were led by Arthitayapong Sripatrprasite and Sam Hobday led King in the first round.
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – Concluding the Newberry Invitational after three rounds of play, the King University men's golf team matched their second round score of 307. With a total of 928 the Tornado finished in 10th place led by Leenawat Numpituckchaikul placing 13th overall.
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – In the first two rounds of the spring, the King University men’s golf team improved on their score as they shot 314 in the first round of the Newberry College Invitational before carding a 307 in the second round. Their total of 621 has the Tornado in 10th going into Tuesday’s final round.
FLORENCE, Ala. – The King University men’s golf team turned in a solid final round at the TVA Credit Union Invitational on Tuesday, carding a 295 to finish the tournament 10th with a three round total of 905. Leennawat Numpituckchaikul led the Tornado, finishing 20th and matching his career low round on Tuesday.
FLORENCE, Ala. – The King University men’s golf team started their final tournament of the fall with a score of 314 in the first round of the TVA Credit Union Invitational. The Tornado improved in the afternoon to card a 298 and are in 12th with one round remaining with a stroke total of 612.
TAZWELL, Tenn. – The King University men’s golf team closed the State Farm Intercollegiate with another consistent round on Tuesday, shooting 304 at Woodlake Golf Club. The Tornado ended the tournament with a score of 896, placing them 10th and were led by Kesley March and Arthitayapong Sripatrprasite.
TAZWELL, Tenn. – The King University men’s golf team nearly turned in the low round of the season in the second round of the State Farm Intercollegiate when they shot 290. Along with their second round score, King shot 302 in the first round and are in ninth with a score of 592 with one round remaining.
BRSITOL, Tenn. –Leennawat Numpituckchaikul and Robert Wilkinson ended the rain-shorted King University Invitational in a three-way tie for first for the King University men’s golf team. However, the pair finished second and third due to the tiebreaker. Overall the Tornado shot 289 and finished third.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University men’s golf team opened play at their home tournament at the Country Club of Bristol on Monday and their first team posted a team score of 289 while the second team shot 294. The Tornado were led by Leennawat Numpituckchaikul and Robert Wilkinson posted the low score in the first round, each tied for first after each carding 68.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University men’s golf team showed consistency in their first tournament of the season, the Kiawah Island Invitational, shooting 302 in the first round and followed it with a 303 in the final round. The Tornado ended the tournament in 15th place with a two-day total of 605 and were led by Sam Hobday.
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – The King University men’s golf team started their 2015-16 season at the Kiawah Island Invitational where they shot an opening round of 302. Sam Hobday led the Tornado with a round of two-under, landing him in a tie for fifth.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University men’s golf team finished last season on a high note and head coach Brian Kamm hopes the Tornado pick up this season where they left off a season ago. Kamm will have to replace some firepower from last season, but he returns two of his top three performers that should help led the team in 2015-16.