Georgia Tech Golf shoots five under on Day 2 of NCAA Regional

Georgia Tech Golf shoots five under on Day 2 of NCAA Regional

Georgia Tech Golf shoots five under on Day 2 of NCAA Regional

Playing at the Grandover Resort, Isaacson shot a 69 to finish the first round three-under-par.

University of Denver men's golf senior Chris Korte really found his groove on day two of the NCAA Regional.

The redshirt junior played at 1 over par across his last 13 holes after starting 5 over through the first five. Two of the birdies came on par 4s. Clemson shot the best round of the tournament at 276 (-12). Sam Vincent has a pair of rounds at 69 and is tied for sixth.

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Tomorrow will determine the top five finishers that will advance to the NCAA Finals in Stillwater Oklahoma, from May 25-30th.

Baylor men's golf is in third place after shooting even-par 288 in Tuesday's second round of the NCAA Bryan Regional at Traditions Club.

At 8:45 a.m. Wednesday morning, Helle Leed will make history for the women's golf program at Southern Arkansas as she will tee-off from Hole No. 10 at the Bay Oaks Country Club in Houston for the opening round of the 2018 NCAA Division II Women's Golf Championship.

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Three Chanticleers each carded an even-par 72 in the opening round and are tied for 33rd.

Senior Jonathan Hardee and junior Davis Riley join Furr as the trio rank among the top-20 individuals after 36 holes.

Strafaci is tied for ninth place individually at 5-under-par 137, while Norton and Ogletree are in a large group of players tied for 14th place at 3-under 139. Hardee is in a tie for 16th with a 3-under par 141 (68-73), while Riley finished the day with a two-day total of 2-under 142 (72-70).

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