Charleston, S.C. – Thanks in large part to a 67 (-4) final round from Annabelle Pancake, Clemson women’s golf finished with the lowest team round of the day for a second-place finish at the Cougar Classic.
Pancake fired off a bogey-free final round, for Clemson’s best single-round performance of the tournament, with four birdies on the day to surge into a tie for 13th. Melena Barrientos finished as the Tigers’ top individual performer, shooting under 70 in every round to finish at -7 and tie for fourth place.
Savannah Grewal finished at -2 for the tournament, good for a tie for 21st. In her first tournament as a Tiger, Chloe Holder turned in an even-par third round to finish tied for 34th, while Sydney Roberts finished at +15.
Clemson turned the low team round each of the last two rounds of the tournament, shooting 275 (-9) and 277 (-7) after a tough 288 first round (+4).
The Tigers return to the course in two weeks, competing at the Schooner Classic in Norman, Okla.