March 20, 2005
Clemson, SC – Brent Delahoussaye fired an even par 72 on Sunday and had a top 20 individual finish as Clemson’s top player at the Chris Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational in Statesboro, GA. Clemson finished 12th as a team in the 15-team field that included nine of the top 20 teams in the nation.
Delahoussaye had rounds of 73-76-72 in finishing with a five-over par 221 score. The native of Greenville, SC had four birdies and four bogeys in scoring his 72. He actually got to three-under par for his first 11 holes, but played the last eight at three over.
Jack Ferguson was Clemson’s second best player at the tournament with a 223 score, but he had a 76 on Sunday for his worst round of the tournament. He had earlier rounds of 74-73 and finished 29th overall.
Brian Duncan had a consistent tournament with rounds of 74-75-75. He had a 40 on the back nine on Sunday, his first nine of the day, but finished strong with a 35 for his final nine holes.
Martin Catalioto shot an 81 on Sunday and finished with a 235 total, while Zack Siefert, playing his first tournament as a Clemson Tiger, shot an 84 on Sunday and finished 70th in the 75-player field.
Clemson shot a 304 team score on Sunday and finished with a 903 total, the second consecutive tournament that Clemson finished with a 903 team score. Clemson was 12th, two shots behind LSU and one shot ahead of LSU. Duke won the tournament with a 868 team score, one shot better than Auburn who was second at 869.
The par 72 Forest Heights Country Club Course proved to be difficult for the national field of golfers Only two of the 75 golfers broke par for the 54 holes and just three more shot even.
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