Eastern Florida State Leads After Two Rounds At Titan Winter Invitational

By  //  February 9, 2016

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Eastern Florida’s men’s golf team leads after the first two rounds of the Titan Winter Invitational at Suntree’s Challenge Course. (EFSC Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Eastern Florida’s men’s golf team leads after the first two rounds of the Titan Winter Invitational at Suntree’s Challenge Course.

Play wraps up with 18 holes beginning at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. Spectators are welcome.

The Titans lead Johnson & Wales by three strokes thanks to its rounds of 291-292=586. Johnson & Wales carded 297-289=586. Webber International is third in the 14-team field at 597 and Keiser University fourth at 603.

Individually Webber Stuart Winsby leads at 68-7 =140. Eastern Florida’s Brad Bawden is second at 67-76=143 and teammate Kerry Sweeney is tied for third at 72-73=145.

Also for the Titans Corey Herman shot 76-72 = 148; Michael Keymont shot 76-73=149 and Tyler Bennett 77-74=151. Playing as individuals Eastern Florida’s Michael Stewart shot 77-73=150 and Taylor Whalen 85-83=168.

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“It was an extremely challenging day,” Eastern Florida head coach Jamie Howell said.

“We had a frost delay this morning followed by round one starting at 42 degrees and winds at 10-15 mph. The afternoon round was notably warmer with temperatures climbing into the 60s and winds from 15 – 25 mph.”

“The team hung in there all day and did a good job not succumbing to the conditions. Awesome start by Brad Bawden and Kerry Sweeney was steady as ever. Herman, Keymont and Bennett all bounced back with good afternoon rounds and we will need to continue our steady play tomorrow as Johnson & Wales University is a very good team and Webber has a history of playing well at our tournament,” said Howell.


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