LSU held a one-shot lead over Duke on Monday when play in the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate men’s golf tournament was halted because of darkness. The tournament is being played at Bulls Bay Golf Club in Awendaw.
LSU, at 13-over par, and Duke were two of the six teams that completed their second round. A double round had been set for Monday after Sunday’s opening round of the 54-hole tournament was rained out. Teams will finish their second round at 7:30 a.m. today, with a shotgun start for the third round starting between 9:30-10 a.m.
When play ended, Missouri was at 16 over par, N.C. State at 17 over and North Carolina at 23 over. Clemson was ninth at 33 over, one shot ahead of South Carolina. The College of Charleston was at 43 over.
N.C. State’s Albin Choi and Duke’s Mads Soegaard were the individual leaders at 2-under 142. Former Pinewood Prep star Austin Cody shot 147 for Duke and was tied for sixth.
Coastal Carolina, East Carolina and Notre Dame were tied for the lead at 33-over par when play ended Monday on the opening day in the Briar’s Creek Invitational women’s college golf tournament at Briar’s Creek on John’s Island.
Central Florida was one back in fourth place and Campbell was fifth, three shots behind. College of Charleston was tied for 13th at 54-over par, while Furman was tied for 16th at 59 over.
Coastal Carolina’s Brittany Henderson and Indiana’s Rosie Davies were tied for the individual lead. Henderson was 2 over through 27 holes, while Davies was 2 over through 30 holes. Vanessa Koechli was the top College of Charleston golfer at 8 over through 29 holes.
The second round will resume today at 8:15 a.m., with the final round to follow.
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