DAHLONEGA, Ga. – After two rounds of golf in the UNG Fall Invitational the University of West Georgia men’s golf team is in an eighth-place tie with a 575 total.
Adam Park led the way for the Wolves in the opening round with a 71, and followed that up with a 70 in the second round and is in a 10th place tie heading into tomorrow’s final round.
One shot behind park is sophomore Rece Moore, who shot 74 in the first round before coming back with UWG’s low-round of the day with a second round 68. Moore is in a tie for 17th place with 18 holes to play.
Lucas Mota went 74 in the first round and then 71 in the second to give him a 145 total, good for a 34th place tie. Jack Brennan was two shots behind Mota in his West Georgia debut, shooting 74 and 73 on Monday. Brennan begins tomorrow’s third round in a 46th place tie.
Blake Kollin opened the tournament with a 75, and then a second round 86 puts the sophomore in a 79th place tie.
Clayton State leads the tournament and has a seven-shot lead over Carson Newman after day one, led by Joseph Kim’s rounds of 64 and 67.
The Wolves will wrap up the UNG Fall Invitational from Achasta Golf Club tomorrow.