Texas High’s Curry wins prestigious Aggie Cup with final round 64

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Texas High coach Ryan Huntze and Aggie Cup medalist Thomas Curry after Tuesday's tournament.


COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Texas High senior Thomas Curry put on a show Tuesday at the annual Aggie Cup Invitational. It was the first event since 2017 because of weather and the pandemic.

Curry, a University of Arkansas recruit, posted a tournament best 64 and won the individual competition with a 36-hole total of 134. Aaron Pounds was the only golfer close to Curry with a 136 total after shooting 66.

“It was an honor to be invited back to the Aggie Cup this year, one of the state’s most prestigious tournaments,” said Texas High coach Ryan Huntze. “Overall as a team we did not perform up to our standards on day one, but bounced back nicely on the second day.

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“Once again Thomas proved that he is one of the best golfers in Texas. This was by far the most competitive field we have played in. He made nine birdies en route to his 64. It was very impressive to witness. Freshman Fox Hambleton also bounced back on day two with a 74, his lowest round of the year.”

The Woodlands Christian Academy won the team competition with rounds of 291 and 285 for 576. The Woodlands was second at 583, followed by Austin Westlake 591. Texas High was well back in 15th place at 647. The Tigers an opening round of 338 with a 309. There were 20 schools in the field.