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Tigers and Novak lead at Furman

Wofford’s Andrew Novak has the individual lead at the Furman Intercollegiate.

The Clemson Tigers shot their way into the lead after 36 holes at the Furman Intercollegiate. The Tigers shot a 12-under par round of 276 for a two-day total of 20 under par.

Clemson is trying for their fourth tournament win in a row and has an 11 shot lead over USC Aiken.
The Pacers moved up the leader board with second round 8-under par 280.
Chattanooga and Georgia Southern are tied for third place with the Wofford Terriers in fifth.
Wofford’s Andrew Novak took over the individual lead with a second round 6-under par 66. The Terrier senior is at 11 under par and has a four shot lead over Kendrick Vinar of Harvard.

Clemson’s Carson Young recorded back to back eagles that helped the Tigers take a big lead at Furman.

The top Tiger in the field so far is Carson Young. The Clemson senior became the first golfer in school history to score back to back eagles in a tournament.

Young eagled the 559 yard par-5 11th hole with a six foot putt. On the next hole, the par-4 12th hole Young drained an 80 foot putt from the front of the green for the second eagle.
Young stands at 6-under par in a tie for fourth place individually.
Four Tigers are in the top-10, Doc Redman is eighth, Bryson Nimmer is tied for ninth with six other golfers including teammate William Nottingham.

Clemson Josh Fickes, paying as an individual entrant is tied for ninth place.

 

Josh Fickes, playing as an individual entrant is tied with Nimmer for ninth place. Both golfers are at 4-under par entering the final round.

Clemson begins on holes 1 through 3 as part of the shotgun start to the final round which begins at 9:30.
Spectators are invited to the Furman course at no charge.
Complete scoring is available at http://www.golfstat.com
Photos of Andrew Novak, Josh Fickes and Carson Young from The Golf Club Newspaper.

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