Savannah State Univ.
Spring resembles a beautiful time because many things begin again. For instance flowers grow and so do leaves but more importantly the Savannah golf course opens its doors for the spring season which by the way is great because this is where you begin to recoup your stroke after a long winter.
The Savannah State men’s and women’s golf teams opened the spring season with the Gary Freeman Invitational, hosted by Bethune Cookman University in Ormond Beach, Florida this weekend.
The Tigers finished in seventh place with a threeday total team score of 958 (318, 316, 324). Leading the Tigers, tied for 17th, was Brandon Neals with a threeday total of 232 (74, 75, 83).
Travis Roe finished with a score of 236 (76, 82, 78). Scott Rogers and Caleb Simmons closed out the invite with a 245. William Proulx rounded out the Tigers with a 274.
Florida Atlantic won the Invitational with a threeday total score of 894, followed by the host Wildcats (903). In all, 12 teams participated in the 72-Par event at the Halifax Plantation Golf Club. Bethune-Cookman’s Ryan Fricker captured medalist honors with a score of 217 (74, 67, 76).
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