As he stood over the most important putt in the history of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's men's golf program, Magnus Lomholt thought about cheese fries.
Moments earlier on the 18th green at Karsten Creek Golf Course in Stillwater, Okla., Lomholt's heart raced as he considered the 3-footer in front of him. Unlike the rest of his teammates, he had no clue that the Trojans' first-ever trip to the NCAA Men's Golf Championships hung in the balance.
"I did not know exactly what it was for," Lomholt said of his putt. "But I knew it was important.