Tuesday, November 01, 2016

Freshman Fraser Davren T42 with round to go 

in McDonough Cup

Fraser Davren from Glasgow, a freshman student at Eastern Florida State University, is in T42 position in a field of 96 players with one round to go in the McDonough Cup college tournament at Rio Pinar Country Club, Orlando, Florida.

Over a par-72 course of 6,955yd, Fraser, pictured right, has had rounds of 77 and 75 for 152.
Ahead of him in T28 place is team-mate Brad Bawden from Hockley, England, a second-year student. Bawden has had scores of 77 and 73 for 150.
On the same mark, after a pair of 75s, is Callum Mackay (Eckerd College), a final-year student from Guildford, England. 
Nicholas Ward from Eastbourne, a senior student at Georgia Southwestern, is on 155 after scores of 77 and 78.
Fintan McKenna from the Aberdeen suburb of Westhill and a freshman student at Carson-Newman University, is T67 on 156 with rounds of 77 and 79.
Another Scot in the field, Fraser Johnston (Georgia Southwestern), a final-year student from Port Seton, is T76 on 158 after rounds of 81 and 77.
Rollins College are dominating the proceedings. They have players in the first two places after 36 holes and also lead the team event.
Jakob Van De Flierdt leads on 139 (68-71) from team-mate Collin Engelhardt with a pair of 70s for 140.

Scottish champion George Duncan T24 after

 two rounds in Texas
Scottish amateur champion George Duncan, pictured, from Dumbartonshire, a final -year student at Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate in the state of Tennessee, is T24 in a field of 90 players after two rounds of the Golfweek Fall Invitational at Horseshoe Bay Resort, Marble Falls in Texas.
Over a par-72 course of 6908yd, George has had a pair of 75s for 150, one shot behind team-mate Sam Broadhurst, a second-year student from Nuneaton. Sam, who stands 6ft 3in, has scored 73-76 for 149.
Chandler Blanchet (West Florida) leads by four after two very good rounds of 66 and 70 for 136 

 Carmichael T79 at Trump National   Doral

Andy Carmichael from Gourock, a third-year student at SCAD-Savannah, is T79 in a field of 95 after two rounds of the Dave Adamonis Invitational over two courses at Trump National Doral in Florida.

Andy, pictured, has had rounds of 77 and 84 for 161 over two par-72 courses.
Sam De'Ath (Webber International), a final-year stuent from Fleet, did well with first-round 68 but took 76 shots in his second round for level par 144. Still, he is T11, seven strokes behind the leader by three, Alex Rainville (Johnson and Wales, Florida), who has scored 71 and 66 for 137.
Fraser Hall (Johnson and Wales, Florida), a third-year student from Birmingham, has shot rounds of 76 and 67 for 143 and a T8 placing with 18 holes to go,
Jack Ewbank (Webber International) is T33 on 149 (77-72). Jack is a second-year student from Middlesbrough.
Kenny Overthrow (Webber International, a final-year student from Gloucester, is T60 on 157 with rounds of 74 and 83.
Wayland Baptist and Keiser University are sharing the team event leadership with tallies of 577. Webber International have some ground to make up. They are T8 on 594.

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