Spartanburg, SC – The Presbyterian College men’s golf team finished ninth at the Wofford Invitational on Tuesday with a combined score of 900 (303, 292, 305). Harrison Fisher and Weston Sanders both shot +9 to lead the team at the Spartanburg CC (par-72, 6648 yds).
Fisher shot a 54-hole best 225 (75, 72, 78) and established a new 18-hole best as well (E), while Sanders hit 225 (76, 71, 78) and had PC’s lowest round of the tournament (-1). John David Chambers finished one stroke back, tied for 43rd, with a new collegiate-best score of 226 (79, 73, 74). Carson Spears and Ben Pirro tied for 48th with scores of 229. Spears had rounds of 77, 77, and 75 while Pirro shot 75, 76, and 78.
East Tennessee State won the team title with a combined score of 843 (-21). The Bucs’ Geuntae Kim won individual medalist honors at 205 (-11).
This was the final tune-up tournament for PC prior to the Big South Championship that will be played at The Patriot GC in Ninety Six, SC, beginning with a practice round on April 19.