Florida wins Cougar Classic womens college golf tournament at Yeamans Hall Club
HANAHAN — Florida scored a 1-under-par 287 Tuesday to claim a six-shot victory in the 10th annual Cougar Classic women’s college golf tournament played at Yeamans Hall Club.
The Gators finished the 54-hole tournament at 12-under 852. Duke jumped four spots to finish in second with a final-round 281 for an 858 total. Southern Cal, last year’s national runner-up, finished third at 863, followed by Vanderbilt (864) and Georgia (867).
South Carolina jumped six spots with a final-round 924 and finished 16th at 899.
College of Charleston had a final-round score of 310 and dropped three positions to No. 19 with a total of 906. Furman finished 23rd at 919, while Charleston Southern was 24th at 934.
Florida’s Camilla Hedberg won the individual title with a 13-under-par score of 203, four shots in front of Duke’s Lindy Duncan.
Florida, 286-279-287—852; Duke, 286-291-281—858; Southern Cal, 285-283-295—863; Vanderbilt, 289-285-290—864; Georgia, 287-290-290—867; Auburn, 288-288-294—870; N.C. State, 290-291-290—871; Alabama, 289-294-294—877; North Carolina, 299-287-292—878; Tennessee, 296-288-294—878; Virginia, 286-290-304—880; Wisconsin, 292-305-285—882; Penn State, 293-296-296—885; Mississippi, 299-293-300—892; Central Florida, 294-294-304—892; South Carolina, 306-299-294—899; Wake Forest, 297-301-302—900; LSU, 303-292-307—902; College of Charleston, 300-296-310—906; Miami, 300-301-305—906; Maryland, 309-295-308—912; UNC Greensboro, 300-301-312—913; Furman, 307-300-312—919; Charleston Southern 299-313-322—934.
Cougars 4th at Kiawah
KIAWAH ISLAND — Florida cruised to a 22-shot victory in The Invitational at Kiawah men’s college golf tournament played at the Ocean Course.
The Gators had a final-round score of 17-over 305 and a 54-hole total of 18-over 882. Texas-Arlington, which trailed Houston by five shots and College of Charleston by two strokes, passed both schools to finish second at 906. Houston was third at 912, while the Cougars finished fourth at 913.
Georgia Southern’s Scott Wolfes was the individual medalist despite a final-round 80, finishing with a 4-over-par total of 220. Florida golfers Tyler McCumber (221), T.J. Vogel (221), A.J. Crouch (222) and Santiago Gavino (222) took the next four spots. College of Charleston’s Zach Munroe was sixth with a 223 total, and teammate Alex Ellis tied for eighth at 225.
Florida, 289-288-305—882; Texas-Arlington, 310-292-304—906; Houston, 293-304-315—912; College of Charleston, 299-301-313—913; South Florida, 303-301-313—917; Alabama-Birmingham, 302-303-317—922; Akron, 312-297-316—925; Davidson, 306-301-319—926; Texas State, 308-307-311—926; Stephen F. Austin, 307-303-322—932; St. John’s, 317-303-313—933; Georgia Southern, 307-308-318—933; Mercer, 319-300-315—934; USC Aiken, 307-317-311—935; USC Upstate, 325-314-321—960.