Georgetown News
Men's Golf - Wed, Sep. 19, 2012
Georgetown College men's golf team struggled the past two days in the Mid-South Conference Fall match at Campbellsville Country Club. The rain soaked event wreaked havoc on all 12 teams there. The Tigers finished ninth out of the conference teams and 11th overall, shooting a 624 for the two days. However, they were just one-stroke back of two conference teams that finished in a three-way tie for eighth with Morthland College.

Dylan Underwood started the final day in seventh after shooting even par on Monday. However, his four-over Tuesday had him tied for 17th at the end of the tournament. His 148 led the way for GC.

Morgan Reed shot a 155 to be tied at 35th. J.T. Ross turned in a 158 to be tied for 40th and Brett Doggett's 163 was tied for 59th. Riley Williams also played and shot a 171 to be tied for 72nd.

Asbury University was the lone team to finish behind Georgetown, shooting a 644.

University of the Cumberlands just edged Lindsey Wilson College for the overall win. The Patriots shot a 578 (292 and 286), while the Blue Raiders finished with 579 (293 and 286). Newcomer Cumberland University shot a 587 and host Campbellsville University was fourth with a 590. The CU Tigers' had the overall medalist as Trey Shirley shot a 135 (70 and 65) to edge LWC's Nathan Clark, who shot a 140 (70 and 70).

The men do not play again until Oct. 8-9 in the Chick-fil-A match.

 
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