Recap of Rask, Constable at U.S. Open
Rask made the cut in his first U.S. Open appearance.

June 15, 2014

Former Gophers Clayton Rask and Donald Constable both played in the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2 after earning spots in qualifying tournaments. Rask tied for 63rd, while Constable missed the cut.

Rask was 4 over entering the weekend after carding rounds of 73 and 71 to make the cut. He then posted two 77s on the weekend and finished at 18 over on the tough course.

Constable’s tournament was done before the weekend. He bounced back from a Thursday 82 with a 3-over 73 on Friday, but missed the cut at 15 over through 36 holes.

Rask’s senior year at Minnesota was 2008, while Constable’s was 2011. Both were All-Big Ten selections for the Gophers before moving on to professional golf after graduation.

Media Coverage
Star Tribune Previews: Constable | Rask | Extra Notes
KSTP Preview Video: Constable
Star News: Rask Day 1
Star Tribue: Rask makes the cut | Rask Day 3 | Rask Final


 

 

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