Spartanburg, S.C. – The Presbyterian College men’s golf team tied for 14th at the Wofford Invitational on Tuesday with a combined score of 911 (314, 294, 303). Senior Cole Patterson led the team with a 31st place tie at 221 (80, 69, 72) on the par-72, 6648-yard course at the Country Club of Spartanburg.


Patterson’s second round score of 69 (-3) was a collegiate best and included a pair of eagles on holes No. 1 (par-5) and No. 11 (par-4). A few strokes back, Ben Pirro (t45) shot 225 (77, 72, 76). The sophomore tied Patterson with a team-high 10 birdies during the tournament.


Charlie Tate (t67) shot 231 (78, 75, 78) and recorded an eagle on hole No. 17 (par-5) during the first round. AJ Nolin (t81) shot 237 (82, 78, 77), and James Scott (86) rounded out the team at 242 (79, 83, 80).


Furman combined for a final round of 278 to run away with the team title by 23 strokes at 839 (-25) in a field of 16 teams. The Paladins’ Jack Crosby won individual medalist honors at 203 (-13).


Presbyterian College plays next at the Big South Men’s Golf Championship from April 17-20 at The Patriot GC in Ninety Six, S.C.