FIT WOMEN’S GOLFER SINKS HOLE-IN-ONE

By  //  April 9, 2013

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Panthers 2nd In Tourney Entering Final Round

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – Florida Tech freshman Felicia Leftinger dropped her tee shot on the 140-yard fourth hole of Pine Island Country Club directly into the cup to record her first-ever hole-in-one in the second round at the United States Women’s Invitational on Monday.

Florida Tech freshman Felicia Leftinger sank a hole-in-one on the 140-yard fourth hole at the United States Women’s Invitational Tournament in North Carolina on Monday. (Image courtesy of Florida Tech)

Leftinger was not the only one with a strong day, as the Panthers shot a team total 619 (314-305) to take sole possession of second place heading to the final round of the tournament.

Their 305 in round two tied the program’s lowest score for a single round and its low round versus par records.

FIT senior Jessica Hook provided the team’s low total on the day, shooting a seven-over-par 151 (77-74) to sit in a tie for fifth with 18 holes to play. Sophomore Rachel Polson and Leftinger shot the same total in each round to complete the day at an eight-over 152 (77-75).

Sophomore Jara’ Templet added a 168 (87-81) to round out the Panthers scoring.

Florida Southern leads the field after a two-round total 611 (303-308). The lead is just eight shots ahead of FIT and 10 in front of third place Newberry, who shot 621 (307-314). Flagler’s Olivia Ferrer paces the individual leaderboard after posting a two-over 146 (73-73).

The Panthers will look to make a run at the Moccasins in the final 18 holes on Tuesday.


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