CARROLLTON, Ga. – The UWG women’s golf team saved their best round for last on Tuesday, as they claimed a 13-shot victory to successfully defend their title at the UWG Women’s Invitational at Sunset Hills Country Club in Carrollton.
The Wolves shot a final round 303, the third lowest 18-hole score of the season for West Georgia, to finish with a 54-hole team score of 926.
Not only did the team win the title, but junior Franziska Bremm shot a final round 70 to claim the individual title. It was the seventh individual title in the two-time Gulf South Conference Player of the Year’s career. Bremm trailed Megan Sabol of North Georgia by five shots entering the final round, but finished with the two-under 70 to shoot a 54-hole total of 221.
Maria Torres earned a spot on the all-tournament team with a third-place finish, shooting a final round 74 to close out the tourney with a 226 total.
Junior Jordan Daniel shot a second-straight round of 80 to secure a top-10 finish, finishing with a ninth place tie with a final score of 238 after 54 holes. Layne Carter finished in 13th place, shooting a final round 79 giving the sophomore a 241 total.
Columbus State shot a final round 305 as a team to complete a 54-hole score of 939 and finish in second place. Young Harris finished the tournament in third place.
West Georgia’s next tournament is set for next weekend, as the Wolves head to Pensacola, Florida to compete in the Lady Argonaut Invitational hosted by West Florida.