The University of Georgia men’s golf team stands second after two rounds of the Crooked Stick Invitational.
On Monday at Crooked Stick Golf Club, the Bulldogs had rounds of 1-under 287 and 2-under 286 for a total of 3-under 573. Georgia is five shots in back of Purdue, which used a blistering 11-under 277 in the second round to land at 8-under 568.
Sophomore Spencer Ralston paced the Bulldogs on Monday with loops of 2-under 70 and 1-under 71 for a total of 3-under 141. Ralston stands seventh individually, just two behind Purdue’s Timmy Hildebrand and Indiana’s Evan Yakubov.
Sophomore Trevor Phillips is ninth at 2-under 142 after he signed for a 1-over 73 and a 3-under 69. Freshman Davis Thompson is 13th at even-par 144 (1-over 73, 1-under 71). Junior David Mackey wound up at 3-over 147 (1-under 71, 4-over 76), followed by sophomore Will Chandler at 6-over 150 (two 3-over 75s).
Playing as an individual, senior Zach Healy had rounds of 1-under 71 and 1-over 73 to match Thompson at even-par 144.
The Crooked Stick Invitational will conclude on Tuesday with the Bulldogs going off in 9-minute increments between 9:45 and 10:21 a.m. Three-hole scoring can be found by CLICKING HERE.