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Another round, another record for Bridgeman

Jacob Bridgeman posted his second straight record setting round and added to his lead after 36 holes at the Camp Creek Seminole Invitational.

The Clemson junior shot a 6-under par 66 to double his lead over the field from the first round.

Bridgeman’s 2-day total of 130 is 6-shots better than North Carolina’s Peter Fountain who shot a second round 4-under par 68 to take over solo second place.

The Tiger golfer’s score was matched by Wake Forest’s Michael Brennan who used his 66 to finish the second round in a 3-way tie for third place.

Clemson’s Jacob Bridgeman has played his first two rounds without making a bogey. (GolfClub File photo)

Bridgeman played his second straight bogey-free round. He now has carded 12 birdies and an eagle in the first two-rounds.

His 14-under-par score of 130 is the best score verses par in Clemson history for the first two rounds of any tournament.

The 2020 Honorable Mention All-American got off to a fast start with birdies on 3 of his first 4 holes, making the turn at 32, and shaving 2 more shots off par on his back nine.

Clemson lost the team lead they held after the first round. Wake Forest posted a second round 8-under par 280 total to lead the field at 14-under par.

Clemson shot a team total even par 288 to tie Florida State for second place, 2-shots behind the Deacons.

Zach Gordon had the Tigers second best score in the second round shooting a 1-under par 71. (GolfClub File Photo)

Colby Patton suffered a double-bogey on his third hole, but played even par the rest of the round to finish in a tie for 13th after 36 holes.

Zack Gordon playing as an individual had the second best round of the day for a Clemson golfer when he finished with a 1-under par 71 to tie for 17th place.

Clemson is on the tee for the final round at the 7,159 yard course near Panama City at 8:10.

Complete scores available at www.golfstat.com


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