Men’s Golf Finishes Second at PGA

Savannah State University men’s golf team finished second at the Professional Golfers’ Association Minority Collegiate Golf Championship Sunday at the PGA Village.

Freshman Trey Odom finished fifth with a three-round score of sixover par 222 after shooting a three-over par 75 in the first round, a two-over par 74 in the second round and a one-over par 73 in the final round.

Junior Zach Otto finished 16th with a threeround score of 13-over par 229 after shooting a fiveover par 77 in the first and second rounds and a threeover par 75 in the final round.

Freshman Matthew Turner finished tied for 18th with a three-round score of 233, followed by freshman Matt Thoms finished 21st with a threeround score of 234 after shooting a three-over par 75 in the second round and a two-over par 74 in the final round, while sophomore Jaden Thiemann finished a stroke behind Thoms to finish 22nd with a three-round score of 235.

As a team, Savannah State finished with a three-round score of 911, seven strokes better than University of the Incarnate Word, who finished third with a three-round score of 918.

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