SAN JOSE DEL CABO, Mexico – The No. 14 Alabama men’s golf team ended play in the opening round of the 2019 Querencia Cabo Collegiate on Sunday, finishing the day in 12th place with a team total of 17-over par 301. The event, which is co-hosted by the University of Houston and University of Arkansas, features 11 teams ranked among the top 50 in the nation, according to the latest national rankings.

Sophomore Wilson Furr led the Crimson Tide through Sunday’s opening 18 holes, finishing at 1-over par 72. The Jackson, Miss., native collected four birdies and an eagle, to go along with seven pars, five bogeys and a double bogey. He will enter Monday’s second round in a tie for 27th overall.

Freshman Prescott Butler is one stroke back of Furr after carding a 2-over 73 on the 6,898-yard Querencia Country Club course. Butler, who is in a tie for 33rd overall, began the day by recording 10 consecutive pars before finishing with three bogeys and a birdie over his final eight holes.

Sophomore Davis Shore carded a 5-over 76 and is in a tie for 51st overall, while sophomore Jake DeZoort (80) and freshman Frankie Capan III (82) are in 65th and 71st, respectively, after day one.

Ninth-ranked Arizona State is the clubhouse leader after carding a 15-under par 269 to hold an eight-stroke advantage over top-ranked Oklahoma State (277).

The second round will begin with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Monday. The Tide will be paired alongside Texas A&M, Rice and Florida State