Roundup: Men's golf moves up, women's golf stays put
Published: Monday, March 1, 2010 at 11:39 p.m.
Last Modified: Monday, March 1, 2010 at 11:39 p.m.
Despite shaving 17 strokes off their previous round score, the UF men’s golf team only moved one spot on the leaderboard to tie for 11th after 36 holes of the John Hayt Invitational. The Gators carded a 293 (+5) on Monday to add to their first-round score of 310 for a two-round total score of 603 (+27).
Three of the five Gator golfers improved their score from day one by at least six strokes, one of which was Tim McKenney. McKenney shot the low UF score on Monday with a two-under 70.
WOMEN’S GOLF: Florida is currently in fifth place at the Kinderlou Forest Challenge, being held in Valdosta, Ga. Play was suspended due to darkness with the second round not fully completed.
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