April 27, 2019
FLOURTOWN, Pa.—The Buckeyes endured another day of tough conditions at the Big Ten Championship, shooting 33-over to tie for 12th in the blustery second round. The par 70 Wissahickon course coupled with the weather, made it tough on the field today only allowing for one round of par or better and an average score of 78.46.
Senior Caleb Ramirez still leads the way for the Buckeyes, sitting in a tie for 14th place at nine-over par, following a second round 78 (+8). Will Voetsch was the next best Buckeye, turning in a ten-over 80 to place 25th after two rounds. Daniel Wetterich and Laken Hinton turned in a 78 (+8) and 77 (+7) respectively, to place 42nd at 15-over par. Will Grimmer finished the day 11-over par to take a share of 58th place.
The final round of the Big Ten Championship tees off tomorrow morning at 9:05 AM.