Columbus State Men's Golf Completes Play at The Outback Invitational
Panama City, FL – The Columbus State University men's golf team fell one shot short of reaching a three team playoff as the Cougars finished The Outback Invitational in fourth place shooting a second round score of 300. The event took place at The Hombre in Panama City, FL.
Carson-Newman won a two-hole playoff with Lincoln Memorial and Flagler to win the tournament.
Individually, Justin Grice also came up one shot short of reaching a playoff for the individual title as the senior finished the tournament in third place. He fired a one-over par 73 to go with his two-over par 74 yesterday.
Steven Paine rebounded from his 14-over par first round to shoot a one-over par 73 in day two of the tournament.
Stephen Swanepoel completed play with a three-over 75. Swanepoel shot a very respectable five-over par 149 for the event.
The final team scorer for Columbus State was Rourke Van der Spuy. The senior shot a seven-over par 79.
After a great round one, Daniel Glidewell had a rough go at it in day two shooting a 10-over par 82.
Columbus State will be back in action next weekend as they compete in The Matlock Invitational at The Lone Palm Country Club in Lakeland, FL.
(Full results have not yet been made available and will be added when they become available.)