Round Two Results
The Clemson women’s golf team finished the second round of play at the White Sands Invitational in Nassau, Bahamas with a 296 team score to place them at eight-over par through 36 holes and moving them into seventh place. The Tigers will conclude the 54-hole tournament tomorrow with shotgun tee times starting at 8 a.m. ET.
Ivy Shepherd stayed consistent, shooting an even par 72 for the second day in a row. Starting on the fifth hole, Shepherd played the front nine two-over but found three of her four birdies on the back half of the course. Shepherd sits second among the field for par three scoring with a one-under par mark heading into the final round. On the individual leaderboard Shepherd is the highest ranked player for the Tigers, working her way into a four-way tie for 12th place and even par through the tournament thus far.
Ana Paula Valdes finished the day one-over par to move her tournament total to seven-over. She made three birdies, two bogeys and a double bogey on the afternoon while playing the front nine one-under and the back two-over. She currently sits in a tie for 59th on the leaderboard alongside Clemson teammate Savannah Grewal.
Despite not having her score counted in the first round, Alexandra Swayne finished the day two-over par, making it the third best score among Clemson golfers on Tuesday. During the second round of play, she made the most birdies across the team with four but tallied the team’s second highest amount of bogeys with six.
After powering through the first round with an impressive four-under par score, Gracyn Burgess rounded out Clemson’s scoring for day two, shooting five-over par. However, her one-over par tournament score still ranks her among the top-25 individuals and just behind Shepherd. Burgess sits in seventh among individual players for par four scoring while also making 26 pars and six birdies throughout the first 36 holes of play.
Callista Rice made the trip as an individual this week, closing out the second round of play two-over par and eight-over par through 36 holes.
As a team, the Tigers still remain in the top-five for scoring on par fives with a six-under total as well as total birdies with 27.
Live scoring for tomorrow’s final round can be found on Golf Stat.