Dartmouth Golf Posts Strong Showing at Ivy League Men’s Golf Championship

Today, Dartmouth Men’s Golf placed 4th out of 8 in the Ivy League Men’s Golf Championship Tournament (which took place at the Galloway National Golf Club). The Indians were lead by a stellar performance from captain and Ivy League Player of the Year Peter Williamson ’12. Williamson beat out Penn’s Scott Williams and Yale’s Tom McCarty in an close battle to card a three-round 223 to win medalist honors for the second time in three years.

Quoting ivyleaguesports.com, “With the win, Williamson became the seventh golfer to win multiple Ivy titles, and the first to do so since Princeton’s Steve Dana won the second of his back-to-back titles in 1994. Williamson had the added honor of being voted the Ivy League Men’s Golf Player of the Year by the League’s eight head coaches.”

A nice golf-clap for the Big Green, and especially for Mr. Williamson, who with his consistent performances continues to verify his reputation as the Sweetest of Petes.

Pictured: Peter Williamson. Source: dartmouthsports.com

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