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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri men's golf team competes in Mizzou Intercollegiate tournament

Monday, April 9, 2012 | 10:37 p.m. CDT; updated 10:45 p.m. CDT, Monday, April 9, 2012
Andrew Desamarais of the University of Cincinnati drives down the fifth hole while Missouri's Emilio Cuartero takes a rest at The Club at Old Hawthorne on Monday. Missouri competed with 15 other teams in the fifth annual Columbia Orthopaedic Group Mizzou Intercollegiate golf tournament.

COLUMBIA — The Missouri men's golf team competed against 15 teams in the fifth annual Columbia Orthopaedic Group Mizzou Intercollegiate golf tournament Monday. The Tigers will take a commanding 20-stroke lead into the final round of the tournament when play resumes Tuesday at The Club at Old Hawthorne.

Missouri sophomore Emilio Cuartero drives down the fifth hole at The Club at Old Hawthorne on Monday. The Missouri men's golf team plays 54 holes Monday and Tuesday.
Binghamton University junior David Cellura takes a breather while other golfers in his party finish the 4th hole on Monday at The Club at Old Hawthorne. The fifth annual Columbia Orthopaedic Group Mizzou Intercollegiate continues with another 18 holes Tuesday.
Senior Nick Wilson shows his discontent after a shot at the green on the ninth hole at The Club at Old Hawthorne on Monday. Missouri hosted the tournament at its home course.

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