- AUGUSTINE, Fla. – A final round 310 for the UWG Women’s Golf Team gave the Wolves a sixth place finish at their first tournament of 2018, the World Golf Invitational at the Slammer and the Squire in St. Augustine, Florida. The Wolves finished with a 36-hole team-total of 624.
Franziska Bremm led the Wolves again on day two, firing a second consecutive 75 to give the junior a 150 total after 36 holes and an 11th place finish. Bremm made two birdies on the front nine, going back-to-back on holes seven and eight.
After an even par 36 on the opening nine, Maria Torres was plagued with five bogeys on the back nine, finishing with a 77. Torres was in a 16th place tie individually with a 153 total.
Layne Carter rebounded nicely after yesterday’s 83, coming back with a second round 78. The sophomore was eight-over par after ten holes, but came in with six pars and a pair of birdies to finish six over. Carter was in a 46th place tie, shooting 161 total.
A second straight round of 80 for Jordan Daniel put her in a 43rd place tie with a 160 total. Daniel led the team with three birdies on the day.
Nova Southeastern shot a 281, highlighted by two sub-70 rounds to claim the team title with a 585 total. Host Flagler finished second by 15 strokes.
West Georgia’s next tournament is set for March 5-6 in Columbus as the Wolves compete in the Lady Cougar Classic hosted by Columbus State.