Tigers Shoot A +24 In San Diego

Photo Courtesy of Tongly Loth
Photo Courtesy of Tongly Loth

SAN DIEGO, Calif. - The Pacific Tigers finished the first two rounds of the Lamkin San Diego Classic at +24 as a team, good for a seven-stroke lead over San Diego and 14th place overall.  Texas, ranked 18th in the nation, led after one day of play as one of the seven teams ranked in the nation's top 50 competing.

Pacific shot a +19 in round one but rebounded in a big way, shooting +5 in the second round to move up in the standings.

James Feutz and Tyler Burnes were tied for Pacific's individual team lead as each shot +2 through 36 holes.  Feutz hit par in round one, then went two over in the second round.  In that round, Feutz had three birdies.

Burnes went two over in the first round before hitting par in the second round, where he had three birdies.  Burnes started round two with a birdie and ended with another, going under par on holes one and 18 as well as on hole eight.

Geoff Fry was third among the Tigers, shooting a 77 in the first round and a 73 in the second round to shoot +6 overall.  Fry's second round included back-to-back birdies on holes ten and 11 as well as 13 other holes which Fry hit par on.

Austin Fox was at +8 after the first day, shooting a 78 in the first round and a 74 in the second round.  He was hurt by a double-bogey on hole six in round two but also managed birdies on holes two, eight, 11, and 16.

Casey Scott wrapped up the day for the Tigers, shooting an 80 in round one and a 77 in round two.  Scott rebounded with three birdies in the final five holes of round two.

Day two of the Lamkin San Diego Classic will have just one more round of 18 holes.

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