Las Vegas, Nevada – Ross Steelman Carded 3-under-par 69 to lead Georgia Tech on Monday, 8th-The ranked Yellow Jackets posted a 6-over par of 294, tied for 11th Placed after the 36 holes of the Southern Highlands College Eight.
Following a similar pattern to Sunday’s opening round, Tech had better success on the front nine at Southern Highlands Golf Club, playing those nine holes at 2-under par, but the back nine where the Jackets first played on Monday. I had a hard time. Monday’s scores were generally strong, but Tech fell out of the lead, and on Tuesday he advanced to the final 18 holes by 26 strokes.
The final round on Tuesday begins at 12:00 pm Eastern time, with groups hitting both the 1st and 10th tees.
Technology lineup – Steelman played solid golf on the opening (back) 9, went into the deficit at the front with two birdies and two bogeys, made birdies on 1, 3, 4 and went 3 under par on that side. Played at the 69-year-old clubhouse.Senior from Columbia, Missouri is his 20-year-old Thaith Place after 36 holes at 143 (-1).
Christ Lamprecht Unable to replicate his opening day success (5-under par 67), he scored two double bogeys on the back nine before consistently playing even par front to finish with 77.Junior from George, South Africa tied at 25th Place on even par 144.
Tech’s other counting score on Monday was an even-par 72 from Senior Conner Howe (Ogden, Utah) And a 4-over-76 from a freshman Hiroshi Tai (Singapore)Thailand tied at 47th 147th (+3), Howe tied for 54thth at 148 (+4).
Bartley Forrester (Gainesville, Ga.) 78 points for 2 days in a row not counted in the Tech category and freshmen Aidan Tran (Fresno, California)2 under 70 hits in individual games.
Conor Howe played even par at the Southern Highlands Golf Club on Monday. (Photo by Ross Ovry)
team leaderboard – World No. 4 North Carolina fell short of the blazing season opener, but its 3-under 285 was enough to maintain a six-shot lead in the team race. Tar Heels finished 36 holes with 20 under 556, and No. 16 Texas, which recorded the lowest price of the day at 279 (-9), finished second with 14 under 562.
No. 14 Pepperdine is third with 565 (-11), No. 7 Illinois is 566 (-10), No. 9 Oklahoma is 570 (-6), No. 11 Florida is 571 (-5), host UNLV Continue. at 575 (-1). The rest of the 15-team field is above par.
individual leaderboards – Austin Grieser of North Carolina and Yuxing Lin of Florida each shared an 18-hole lead with 64 on Sunday and tied for the top of the individual leaderboards at 10-under 134 with the same 70 on Monday. is.
Pepperdine’s Sam Choi hit 64 on Sunday and 71 on Monday to tie for third with Longhorn’s Christian Maas at 9-under 135. Oklahoma’s Patrick Welch is the sole fifth with an 8-under 136.
Tournament information – Georgia Tech has made 19 appearances in the Southern Highlands Collegiate Eight. The Yellowjackets have his two wins in 2001 and his 2002, but his fifth-place finish last spring is his best since then. All four Yellow Jackets have competed on the PGA Tour and earned medalist honors since Stewart Sink and David Duvall shared the title in 1992. Troy Matteson won his share of the title with Florida’s Camilo Villegas in 2002 and Cameron Tringale won the tournament outright in his 2009.
The tournament follows the traditional collegiate 54-hole, 5 count 4, stroke play format and is played every Sunday, Monday and Tuesday for 18 holes. The event is held at the Southern Highlands Golf Club and is 7,510 yards (par 72), the longest layout on the Yellow Jackets’ schedule. The individual winner will be exempted from competing in the Shriners Children’s Open at TPC Summerlin.
The field included No. 4 North Carolina, No. 7 Illinois, No. 8 Georgia Tech, No. 9 Oklahoma, No. 11 Florida, No. 14 Pepperdine, No. 15 Texas A&M, No. 16 Texas and No. 25 Sun. It is included. Diego, Georgia, New Mexico, SMU, TCU, UCF, UNLV.
Alexander Tharp Foundation
The Alexander-Tharpe Fund is the fundraising arm of Georgia Tech track and field, providing scholarship, operational and facility support to more than 400 Georgia Tech student-athletes. By participating in the development of Georgia Tech’s daily champions and helping Yellow Jackets compete for championships at the highest level of collegiate athletics. Annual Athletic Scholarship FundWe offer scholarships directly to Georgia Tech student-athletes. For more information on Yellow Jackets support, please visit: atfund.org.
About Georgia Tech Golf
Georgia Tech golf team celebrates 28th anniversaryth He spent a year under head coach Bruce Heppler, winning 70 tournaments during his tenure. The Yellow Jackets have won the Atlantic Coast his conference championship 18 times, and the NCAA Championship he has appeared in 29 times and has been national runner-up four times. Like or follow our Facebook page and connect with Georgia Tech Golf on social media Twitter (@GTGolf) and Instagram. For more information on Tech Golf, please visit Ramblinwreck.com.