- AUGUSTINE, Fla. – In the first round of the spring season, the UWG women’s golf team shot an opening round 314 on Sunday at the World Golf Invitational at the Slammer and Squire in St. Augustine, Florida.
Playing with just four players, the Wolves finished the day in fifth place, sitting 13 strokes behind the leaders Florida Tech.
West Georgia was led by Franziska Bremm and Maria Torres who shot 75 and 76 respectively in their opening rounds. For Bremm, she made four birdies on the day, and had one really tough hole, a triple bogey on the 12th, that prevented her from being near the top of the leaderboard. Bremm is in a seventh place tie indivfidually. Torres made just two birdies on the day, finishing with a 76, firing a 38 on both the front and back nines to sit in a ninth place tie.
Jordan Daniel played in the four spot in the lineup for head coach Todd Selders, shooting an 80 in her first action of 2018. Daniel made two birdies on each side, and was plagued with a triple bogey on the 17th hole, that gave her a 42 on the back nine. Daniel begins the final round in a 31st place tie.
Layne Carter shot an 83 in her spring debut, making one birdie on the day. The sophomore is tied for 54th on the individual leaderboard.
The Wolves are set for a final round of 18 on Monday from the Slammer and the Squire at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Florida.