VALDOSTA, Ga. – The Nova Southeastern Men’s Golf team teed off at the First Federal Southeastern Collegiate challenge on Monday. The sixth-ranked Sharks battled the elements, before the day was rained out, and through the first round of action, sit in a tie for fifth-place (+1).
INSIDE THE TOURNAMENT
Course – Kinderlou Forest Golf Club | Par – 72 | 7367 yards
Team Leader – No. 7 West Florida (-11)
Individual Leader – A.J. Ewart, Barry (-5)
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HOW IT HAPPENED
- Despite battling the elements, Joseba Torres had the best day for the Sharks and sits inside the top-10. Torres recorded three birdies in the first round, shooting an even-par. Before being rained out, Torres added two more birdies and was bogey free and was at -2, through nine holes.
- Michael Hay (E) ended Monday’s action at an even-par and inside the top-20 of the standings. Hay birdied his first hole and ended the first round at +1. Hay will pick up tomorrow and has recorded four birdies so far in his second round.
- Emanuel Olofsson (+2) birdied his first hole of the day and has only bogeyed three holes.
- Will O’Neill, after having a tough time finding his groove in the first round, recorded three consecutive birdies before the rain ended the day.
The No. 6 Sharks will conclude their second round and final rounds of action from the First Federal Southeastern Challenge on Tuesday, March 14.