Golf Finishes Play in South Carolina
OKATIE, S.C. – Asbury men’s golf finished 14th out of 15 teams at the Sand Shark Classic hosted by South Carolina-Beaufort at Oldfield Golf Club. USC-Beaufort won the 54-hole tournament, shooting a 880 (297-291-292). The Eagles shot a 993 (320-330-343).
Luke Rose paced the Eagles throughout the competition, shooting a 237 (77-77-83) and posting the low in each round. He finished tied for 49th out of 79 competitors. Brian Langley from USCB won the tournament with a two-under 214 (70-70-74).
Zach Lemons posted a 247 (80-81-86) for the Eagles and was second on the team during the tournament. Steven Brooks turned in the third best score, 253 (88-75-90), but played as an individual for the tournament. Daniel Gibbons shot a 260 (83-87-90) and was followed by Jordan Wood with a 261 (92-85-84) and Jonathan Wilkes with a 262 (80-92-90).
The Eagles were 13th after the first round and Spalding University pulled to a tie for 13th after the second round but Asbury struggled in round three, turning in their worst round of the tournament and the season with a 343. Spalding shot their tournament-best 303 in the final round.
Asbury will be in action again on March 29-30 as they participate in the 36-hole Berea Spring Tee-off at Battlefield Golf Course in Richmond.