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Clemson Ninth at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate as Play Suspended

Clemson Ninth at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate as Play Suspended

CLEMSON, SC – Crawford Reeves fired a one-under par 71 in the second round to put Clemson in ninth place as a team after the Tigers finished 36 holes at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate in Awendaw, SC. Play was suspended due to darkness, with seven schools still competing in the second round. That action will be completed starting at 7:30 AM on Tuesday, followed by the third and final 18 holes set for a shotgun start approximately 9:30 or 10 AM.

The Tigers are +33 as a team after compiling team scores of 307 and 302 on Monday. LSU leads the event at +13. None of the 15 teams broke 300 as a group in the opening 18 holes of play, a testament to the cold, windy conditions the players faced. Duke is second at 15-over par.

Reeves had a near flawless second round after opening the morning session with a 10-over par 82 in cold, windy conditions. He started on the back nine for his second round, and scored par on each of his first 14 holes. He sandwiched a bogey on the par four eighth hole with birdies on six and nine to get to one-under for the round.

Cody Proveaux was the Tigers’ No. 2 performer in the opening round with a 75 before carding a 78 in the second round. His opening round included an eagle three on the 530-yard fourth hole. Proveaux was actually even par over 18 holes on the front nine Monday, but struggled to an eight-over score on the back nine. He did not have a birdie on any of the 18 back nine holes played Monday.

Blake Kennedy sits at nine-over par with a combined total of 153 on Monday, 74 in the first round and 79 in the second. Kennedy, a freshman from Spartanburg, SC, was the opposite of Proveaux. He played the back nine just two strokes over par, but was +7 on the front nine through two rounds.

Stephen Behr’s score counted toward both rounds Monday. He was six-over par in the opening round before shooting 77 in the second. Behr was six-over par through 12 holes in round two, but birdied the par five fourth hole and was one-under par over his final six holes to finish on a strong note.

The tournament champion will be crowned after the final 18 holes Tuesday. Live results are available on