POTTSBORO, TX --- The Annual Texoma Chevy Dealers Crawford-Wade Intercollegiate teed off today at Tanglewood Golf Club.
It's one of the largest fields in tournament history with 16 schools competing for the crown.
East Central, Southeastern and Paris Junior College highlight the local squads for the 19th year of the event.
It's one of the biggest fields in Texas and over the historic run has seen talents the likes off Hank Caney, Ben Curtis and Luke Donald.
This year Sherman's own Marcus Sanna is making a return to his home course as a Commerce Lion.
The weather made it a tough 18 for him today, but still there's nothing like coming home.
"Him and his family are members out here at the club and he plays all summer and also on the weekends. You do have the local advantage, but also when you're playing on your home course there's some extra added pressure," Mike Fish, Tanglewood's Director of Golf said.
"It was pretty tough out there. I mean something's were wet, we had to play the ball up all the day There was tough conditions out there and you either did great or sometimes you were down," Sanna said.
It's typically a 54-hole tournament, but because of the weather they got 18 in today and will finish tomorrow with another 18.
Saint Mary's leads the field. A&M Commerce is in fourth, ECU in fifth and Paris in 7th.