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Monday was Veterans' Day. This is a time to take a moment to remember those who have fallen and fought to allow us at Georgetown College to enjoy the freedoms of faith, knowledge and the pursuit of dreams.
Tiger Nation is made up of many men and women who have served and one such honorable man again did service to his area community.
Georgetown College men's golf team hosted its annual fall tournament the past two days at its home course Cherry Blossom. The Tiger men had up and down moments through the 36 holes and finished eighth out of 10 teams in the Bluegrass Fall Classic.
Day one had them 26 shots over par, but the team improved two strokes Tuesday to finish 50 over par with a 626. The course is 6,838 yards with a par 72.
Morgan Reed led the way going just four over each day for a 152 total. Reed finished tied for 21st. Jacob Flora started with a four over 76 and finished with a 154, tying him for 28th. Madison Huegel, 159, and Brett Doggett, 162, also finished in the top 50 golfers for the two days.
Georgetown College men's golf team hosted its annual Bluegrass Spring Classic Monday and Tuesday at Cherry Blossom. The Tigers finished fourth out of eight teams with a 620, but more importantly had a great showing against fellow Mid-South Conference schools heading into next week's conference tournament.
GC was just 10 strokes from being tied for second with Cumberland University and seven back from Shawnee State in third. The men finished ahead of University of Pikeville and St. Catharine.
"It was nice to come home and have a good two days of golf before going to Williamsburg next week," said Tiger coach Flash Williams. "I'm hoping they carry these rounds with them."
Georgetown College men's golf team finally got in a full match Monday and Tuesday in London, Ky. at the SEKI Tournament. Rain washed out its first attempt at a spring event in Florida late February.
The Tigers showed some rust in the opening round, finishing tied for 15 with a 347. They dropped 37 strokes on day two and finished in 13th place for the tournament.
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.