Men's Golf Travels to O'Brien Memorial
Sunday, September 24, 2006

David Viviano

SHREVEPORT, La. -- The Centenary men’s golf team travels to the 2006 Moe O’Brien Memorial Golf Tournament, played at Gray Plantation, in Lake Charles, La., Monday and Tuesday.

Playing in their second tournament of the season, the Gents will compete against Central Arkansas, McNeese State, New Orleans, Nicholls State, Stephen F. Austin and Texas State in this week’s O’Brien Memorial.

Leading Centenary in its season-opening tournament, played Sept. 9-10 in Bossier City, was senior David Viviano (Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More), who finished seventh in the two-round tournament with a low round of 68.

Built along the Calcasieu River, Gray Plantation stretches to over 7200 yards. Designed by Rocky Roquemore, the 18-hole course has a par of 72.

With the tournament hosted by McNeese State, the O’Brien Memorial is named after the former Cowboy golf coach. Teams tee off at 8 a.m. Monday, playing 36 holes. The teams resume play on Tuesday with a final round of 18 holes.