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Clemson Finishes 13th at Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate

Clemson Finishes 13th at Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate

Clemson, S.C.—Led by Austin Langdale’s two-under-par 70, Clemson had its best team round of the tournament with a two under par 286 on Sunday at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate in Alpharetta, Georgia.   The Tigers finished 13th in the 17-team field that included 11 of the top 25 teams in the nation. 

Langdale finished with a 54-hole score of 219 after rounds of 72-77-70.  It was his first tournament of the year after undergoing shoulder surgery over the summer.  The senior finished in a tie for 33rd with Clemson teammate Bryson Nimmer, who had rounds of 74-73-72 over the three days.

Carson Young and Doc Redman finished in a tie for 43rd with 54-hole scores of 221.  Redman had a one under par 71 on Sunday after rounds of 74-76 to open the tournament.  Young had a 73 on Sunday after an opening round 72 and a middle round 76.

Josh Fickes had a 236 total for his three rounds and finished tied for 86th.

Virginia and Texas were declared co-champions after 54 team scores of 856.  Texas jumped from seventh to first with an 11-under par 277 on Sunday, the top round of the tournament.

Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate

October 21-23, 2016

Alpharetta, Georgia

Team Results

1. Virgin and Texas, 856, 3.  Southern California and Stanford 857, 5.  Oklahoma and Texas A&M 859, 7. Duke 860, 8.  Oklahoma State 861, 9.  Wake Forest 863, 10.  Auburn 868, 11.  LSU 871, 12. Georgia Tech 877, 13.  Clemson 879, 14. UCLA 889, 15.  TCU 905, 16.  East Tennessee State 914, 17.  Villanova 929.

Clemson Individuals

33.  Bryson Nimmer 219, 33.  Austin Langdale 219, 43.  Carson Young 221,  43.  Doc Redman 221,   86.  Josh Fickes 236

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