June 16, 2001
Clemson, S.C. — Former Clemson All-American Lucas Glover continued his fine amateur play this summer with a fourth-place finish at the Monroe Invitational at Pittsford, NY. The event, played on the par 70 Monroe Country Club course, is one of the top amateur tournaments in the country.
Glover, a native of Greenville who will play for the United States in the Palmer Cup in 10 days, had rounds of 66-67-71-69 in finishing fourth. He had a 273 total, seven-under par, just three shots off the pace set by medalist Erik Compton, a University of Georgia player. Last week, Glover won the Sunnehanna Invitational in Pennsylvania.
Two current Clemson golfers were in the field at the Monroe Invitational. D.J. Trahan, who was named to the United States Walker Cup team last week, finished 14th with a 281 total. He had rounds of 71-68-70-72. Ben Duncan, who will be a junior at Clemson next year, finished 36th with a 289 total.
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