- Michael MacEachern
Mountain Lions in 10th place after opening day of Camden Collegiate
The Young Harris College men's golf team sits in 10th place after the opening round of the Camden Collegiate hosted by Limestone University Monday (Oct. 3).
INSIDE THE ROPES:
The Mountain Lions shot 309 in the morning round and then shaved 20 strokes in the afternoon round to shoot 289. YHC stands at 598 after 36 holes on the par 70, 6,455-yard layout on the Camden Country Club.
Coker leads the event after a two-round total of 567, three strokes better than Anderson (S.C.) University.
Laurens Schulze-Doering is the top Mountain Lion in the field after posting scores of 74 and 71 and is tied for 18th place at 145.
Will Ranieri had a 77 in the morning and shot an even-par 70 in the afternoon. Ranieri, who is tied for 25th place at 147, tied his career low round set in last month's Mizuno Intercollegiate.
Ruben Lindstrom had an 82 in the first round before tying his career low round (72) in the second round to stand in a tie for 50th place at 154.
Isak Ljungkvist and Parker Middleton are tied for 59th place at 157. Ljungkvist had scores of 77 and 80, while Middleton posted rounds of 81 and 76.
Jake Wehunt, who is playing in his first collegiate tournament, played as an individual and fired rounds of 72 and 79 to stand in tie for 37th at 151.
The 54-hole tournament concludes Tuesday (Oct. 4) with a 9 a.m. shotgun start.