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Tigers, Gamecocks, Spartans, Cougars, Crusaders, and Valkyries all in action

The 8th ranked Clemson Tigers are in a tie for 6th place after the first two rounds of the Valspar Collegiate being played at the Floridian in Palm City, Florida.

The tournament field includes six of the top-10 teams in the country and four golfers who are on the recently announced Haskins Award Watch List.

SMU shot 17-under par for the first 36 holes to hold a 3-shot lead over Florida State. Clemson. is tied for 6th place at 5-under par.

Three Tigers are tied for 10th place individually. #2 ranked Jacob Bridgeman, Colby Patton and Turk Pettit all finished the first day at 3-under par.

Wake Forest’s Alex Fitzpatrick is the individual leader at 9-under par.

Clemson’s Colby Patton is one of three Tigers tied for 10th place going into the final round of the Valspar Collegiate. Final round will be played on Tuesday. (GolfClub file photo)

South Carolina is in 6th place at the Tiger Invitational being played at the Grand National Lakes course in Opelika, Alabama.

Auburn has the team lead with a 2-round total of 20-under par 3-shots in front of Alabama.

The Gamecocks are at 9-under par.

Individually, Geogia’s Davis Thompson has a 1-shot led over Wilson Furr from Alabama.

Gamecock’s Ryan Hall and Jaime Wilson are tied for 12th at 4-under par.

Final round on Tuesday.

The College of Charleston has the lead with a few holes remaining to be played in the second round of the Briar’s Creek Invitational at The Club at Briar’s Creek on Johns Island, SC.

The Cougars hold a 13-shot lead over Michigan with each team having a portion of their second round to be played before the start of the final round on Tuesday.

Individually, Cougar’s senior Victoria Huskey from Greenville trails teammate Viktoria Hund by a shot with each golfer having 4-holes left to play to complete their second rounds.

USC Upstate’s Hunter Fry is 2-shots out of the lead at the Seahawk Invitational being played at The River Landing Club in Wallace, NC.

Fry trails UNC Wilmington’s Blake McShea after 2-rounds.

The host Wilmington team has the tournament lead. Upstate is 9th going into the final round.

North Greenville’s Evans Lewis has a 1-shot lead going into the final round at Cherokee Valley. (GolfClub file photo)

North Greenville has the lead after 2-rounds at the Cherokee Valley Invitational being played at Cherokee Valley Golf Club in Tigerville, SC

The Crusaders have a 3-shot lead over Catawba College for the lead after the first 2-rounds.

North Greenville’s Evans Lewis shot a 6-under par 66 to hold a 1-shot lead over Catawba’s Tanner Bibey.

Lewis’s teammate Austin Duncan is tied for 3rd place at 1-under par going into the final round on Tuesday.

The Cherokee Valley Women’s Invitational is being played at the same time at Cherokee Valley.

Emmanuel College has a 2-shot lead over North Greenville.

Caitlin Reuter from Emmanuel has the individual lead.

Sydney Grimes from Converse is tied with North Greenville’s Elana Denny, Jordan Kirkley and Gabrielle Cuellar for third place.

USC Upstate has not finished outside the top-10 this year and has a win and a runner-up finish in their last two tournaments.

USC Upstate women finished second at the Low Country Invitational played at the Bear Creek golf Club on Hilton Head island.

The Spartans finished second behind tournament champion Florida Atlantic.

USC Upstate has now finished in the top-three in three different tournaments this season. The Spartans have yet to finish outside of the top-10 in an event this year.

Complete scoring for each of these tournaments is available at www.golfstat.com

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