Clemson, S.C.—Clemson junior Savannah Grewal fired a bogey free three-under-par 69 on Friday, and stands in a tie for second place at The Spirit, an international tournament featuring some of the top young amateurs in the world. The field is composed of 20 four-member teams that feature two men and two women.
Grewal, a native of Ontario, is one of two women on the Canadian team. There is an individual and team competition that will conclude Saturday at the Whispering Pines Golf Club in Trinity, Texas.
Grewal has a 140 score through 36 holes to stand in a tie for second place at four-under-par after rounds of 71 and 69. Grewal has been incredibly consistent, with just one bogey in her 36 holes. She has gone 24 consecutive holes without a bogey entering Saturday’s final round.
Grewal has made five birdies and 30 pars so far. She has three more pars than any other player in the 40-player women’s field. She also leads the field in par four scoring average at 3.80 per par four hole.
Rose Zhang, a high school senior from Irvine, Cal who is committed to Stanford, leads the women’s field with a 137 score, seven-under-par. She is a member of the United States team. Grewal is tied for second with Isabella Fierro, a freshman from Oklahoma State playing for Mexico, and Caroline Sturdza of Switzerland, who is a freshman at Stanford.
Grewal is third on the Clemson team in scoring average so far this year with a 73.22 figure. She was second on the team last year with a 73.76 figure.