TIGERVILLE, S.C. – In the final round of the North Greenville Fall Classic, King College men's golf held on for a double-digit shot lead for a team victory and featured three of the top four individual golfers after the final hole had been completed.
King golf finished the second day hitting five over par (293), bettering their opening day total by two strokes. They finished 11 shots ahead of the second place team and hosts North Greenville. In third, Lincoln Memorial University found itself down by 12 shots behind the Tornado.
Head Coach Brian Kamm said, "All of the guys played extremely well today. It was a really solid effort by everyone from our freshmen to our seniors. Now we just need to get ready and keep getting better as we prepare for our next tournament."
Freshman Lee Whitehead (Knoxville, Tenn.) finished second overall in the tournament with a two-day score card of 146, just six shots behind the leader. Josh Bamberger (Waterloo, Ontario) and Adrian Kibsey (Winnipeg, Manitoba) tied for a third place finish as individuals. Kibsey jumped 10 spots from where he ended the first round.
Each of the three top finishers for King earned a spot on the All-Tournament team including Whitehead, Kibsey and Bamberger.
More details and results will come from the tournament's conclusion soon.