POTTSBORO, TX -- The weather forced some changes at the 20th annual Texoma Chevy Dealers Intercollegiate.
They'd have to condense the tourney into a one day event all starting with a shotgun start at noon Tuesday.
The Texas A&M Commerce team would tie Western Texas Community College for first while East Central would come in eight of ten.
Marcus Sanna, a Sherman High School graduate, played today for the winning team and would finish tied for fourth individually.
He and ECU's Jed Williams say they were happy to get to compete.
"Sometimes when you get a storm you just got to study it and stuff like that and sometimes unexpected things like this happen and you just got to be prepared for the unexpected," Sanna said.
"We've been locked up in the room for I guess two days now, didn't get to have practice round. This will be the first time I've seen the course, so it's been a little difficult," Williams added.