The Bronco golf team will officially start their spring season at home Sunday with a tournament that’s anything but easy.
The second annual Sonny Wiginton Intercollegiate will feature six teams, including the top three ranked junior college teams in the country.
The newest Bronco golfer has something in common with a very famous NMMI athlete. See if you can figure out who.
Robert Choi, who hails from Hawaii, wanted to go to West Point from high school. But his math grades were a bit too low, so they suggested he come to NMMI for a semester to fix those grades before he enrolls in the service academy.
It was two completely different 18-hole rounds at the inaugural Sonny Wiginton Intercollegiate Golf Tournament, held at the New Mexico Military Institute Golf Course on Sunday, Mar. 5th. The winds picked up dramatically for the second half of the 36-hole, 1-day competition, sending most scores, including the host team NMMI Broncos’, into the stratosphere.