first_imgSenior Jacob Huizinga tied for 33rd at 73-74-76=223 in his first tournament of the Spring season. UWF cruised to the team title for the third-straight year, shooting an even-par round Tuesday for a winning score of 283-285-288=856. The 14-shot margin over runners-up Limestone and Montevallo was the fourth-highest margin of victory in tournament history. Junior Alejandro Restrepo used a season-low 71-70-73=214 to finish in fifth overall. Junior Harry Butler and freshman Adam Guedra tied for eighth at 217 to join Bosso and Restrepo in the top 10. Sophomore Juan de Giacomi tied for 15th following an up-and-down final round 76 on his way to a even-par 218 score. Classmate Carlos Marrero posted the second-best round among the UWF team scorers, using a 2-under-par 70 for a 219 total. Freshman Cameron Bonner tied for 52n at 77-74-76=227 and redshirt freshman Carter Haley was in a tie for 81st at 78-77-81=236. The Pensacola native – who led the tournament with 18 birdies – admitted after the round to fighting off the self-imposed pressure of playing well in his hometown.  With Bosso at 7-under for the tournament following a birdie at No. 8, Limestone’s Brett Krekorian pulled even with the Argo following four-consecutive birdies as both players sat at minus eight with seven holes remaining. Bosso then made back-to-back birdies at Nos. 12 and 13 and another at 16 to pull ahead by three shots with two holes to play.center_img Bosso shot a 10-under-par score of 66-71-69=206 to pick up his third individual victory of the 2018-19 season and become the fourth UWF player in the last seven years to capture medalist honors on the home turf of Pensacola Country Club. FINAL RESULTSPENSACOLA, Fla. – Senior Christian Bosso made three bridies in a 5-hole stretch on the back nine to break a tie and win the Argonaut Invitational for the first time in his final home tournament. His efforts helped lead UWF to a very efficient 8-under-par tournament score for the program’s record 13th tourney championship. “I wasn’t really expecting this to be honest. Coach Fell and I worked on something right before the tournament and I started hitting the ball well,” said Bosso, who never finished higher than 28th in three previous Argonaut Invitationals. “I really struggled here and wanted it so bad. The last few years I wanted to play well and always put that extra pressure on myself but this week told myself to relax and have one good go at it and extremely excited to get it done here.” The win was the second of the year for UWF and the team’s ninth top 10. The Argos will now turn their preparation to the Gulf South Conference Tournament, set to begin on Sunday, April 14 at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail’s Magnolia Grove complex in Mobile, Ala. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more