When Clemson wins this year so does freshman Doc Redman. The team and their star freshman completed an amazing come from behind victory to claim the top spot at the Ka’anapoli Collegiate Classic in Hawaii.
The Tigers started the final round of the event trailing Georgia by 12 shots after the Bulldogs shot an amazing 266 in the second round. If the 18 under par total for the Bulldogs was amazing, Clemson shooting a 20 under par 264 total in the final round was fantastic.
The Tigers total in the final round set a school record for lowest tournament round. Clemson finished in front of three top-20 teams in a strong field
Redman entered the last round in third place trailing Grayson Sigg of Georgia and Chase Hanna of Kansas by a shot. In the final round Redman shot a 7-under par 64 to top Sam Burns of LSU by 2 shots. The winner shot a 54 hole total of 15-under par.
The Tiger newcomer was one of three Clemson golfers to finish in the top-20. Carson Young finished in 12th place while Bryson Nimmer tied for 19th. Young finished at 5-under par and Nimmer posted a tournament total of 3-under par.
Austin Langdale and Johnathan Rector tied for 50th place, but both golfers contributed sub-par rounds helping the team total 26-under par for the tournament.
Langdale shot a final round 4-under par 68 while Rector carded a 5-under par 67 in the second round to lead the team.
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