Titans Golf Team Starts Fast In First Tournament

By  //  September 12, 2012

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BCC Second In Alabama Event

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Brevard Community College’s golf team finished its first tournament of the six-event fall season in second place on Tuesday, 14 strokes behind winner Central Alabama in the Wallace State Fall Invitational in Cullman, Ala. 

BCC's Arthur Leonard finished third individually in the Wallace State Fall Invitational in Cullman, Ala. on Tuesday.

Central Alabama shot 282-280-288-850 for the 54-hole tournament to 287-290-287-864 for BCC. Central Alabama’s Baxter Reeves was the tournament’s individual winner shooting 68-67-72-207.

BCC’s Arthur Leonard finished third individually shooting 70-70-72-212 over the par 72, 6,351-yard Cullman Municipal Golf Course. 

Other BCC scores were Nick Maynard 74-73-70-217, Keith Greene 75-70-75-220, Blake Biggs 71-77-72-220 and Brett Maue 72-80-73-225.

“We hung in there really well today,” BCC head coach Jamie Howell said. “We had a chance to make up some ground. It was a long shot but the guys hung in there. They fought right until the end. That’s what I’m after. A lot of positives from this event.”

Next up for BCC is the Sept. 23 to 24 Webber Warrior Invitational at Webber International in Lake Wales.