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Vols Finish Tied for Third at Schenkel/E-Z-Go Invitational
Ross McGowan

Ross McGowan

March 20, 2005

STATESBORO, Ga. -- The 13th-ranked Tennessee men's golf team finished third at the Schenkel/E-Z-Go Invitational. The Vols fired a 290-288-304--882 for the tournament which was played at Forest Heights Country Club (par 72, 6,945 yards).

Leading the way for the Big Orange was senior Ross McGowan who fired a 73-69-74--216 to finish the tournament tied for third. McGowan shot one-over par on both the front and back nine to finish two-over par for the day.

Standing second was senior David Skinns who shot a 72-72-75--219 to finish in a tie for 12th. He continued to struggle on the 9th hole as he recorded a bogey for the third straight round. Skinns recorded two more bogeys on 6 and 13 to finish the day at 3-over par.

Freshman Philip Pettitt was next for the Vols in a tie for 23rd with a 72-73-77--222. Pettitt began the third round with three consecutive bogeys and a double bogey on the fourth hole. He recovered on the back nine, recording three birdies to finish the day at 5-over par.

Finishing fourth in Vol scoring was junior Lloyd Campbell who completed the tournament tied for 35th-place with a 73-74-78--225. He recorded two birdies for the day on holes 9 and 10, finishing the day at 6-over par.

Rounding out the Vols was freshman Charlie Ford with a 76-77-78--231 to finish in 57th place. He opened play on the front nine with two bogeys and a birdie, but would slip on the back nine to finish the day at 6-over par.

No. 17 Duke University claimed top team honors with a 293-289-286--868 followed by No. 12 Auburn (869) who finished second. No.3 Georgia (882) tied for third with the Vols and No. 22 Georgia Southern (883) finished fifth. No. 18 South Carolina (885) was sixth, No. 16 Augusta State was eighth, and No. 7 Florida was 10th. No. 19 Clemson (903) finished 12th overall and No. 8 Southern California (909) placed 14th.

 

 

South Carolina's Mark Anderson and Georgia Southern's Jon David Kennedy tied for first in the individual potion of the tournament. They both finished the tournament with a 215.

The Vols return to action April 8-9 in Cary, N.C. at the Courtyard by Marriott Intercollegiate tournament.










Place Team To ParRounds
1-2-3
Score
1 Duke +4 293 289 286 868
2 Auburn +5 291 288 290 869
T3 Tennessee +18 290 288 304 882
T3 Georgia +18 304 290 288 882
5 Georgia Southern +19 288 298 297 883
6 South Carolina +21 293 289 303 885
7 Minnesota +22 302 283 301 886
8 Augusta State +24 299 294 295 888
9 North Carolina +25 299 296 294 889
10 Florida +26 296 298 296 890
11 Louisiana State +37 304 298 299 901
12 Clemson +39 298 301 304 903
13 Ohio State +40 311 301 292 904
14 Southern California +45 300 299 310 909
15 North Carolina State +53 307 303 307 917

Place Individual Leaders To Par Rounds
1-2-3
Score
T1 Mark Anderson, South Carolina -1 72 71 72 215
T1 Jon David Kennedy, Georgia Southern -1 69 73 73 215
T3 Ross McGowan, Tennessee E 73 69 74 216
T3 Patton Kizzire, Auburn E 72 70 74 216
T3 Stuart Moore, Auburn E 70 76 70 216

Place Tennessee Individuals To Par Rounds
1-2-3
Score
T3 Ross McGowan E 73 69 74 216
T12 David Skinns +3 72 72 75 219
T23 Philip Pettitt +6 72 73 77 222
T35 Lloyd Campbell +9 73 74 78 225
57 Charles Ford +15 76 77 78 231
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