The Flames finished the first round of the Hargrove Davis Spring Classic with a two-stroke lead and stand atop the leaderboard after the first day of competition at the event hosted by Campbell on the Keith Hill No. 1 Course.
The Flames finished their spring opening season golf tournament by placing fifth out 12 teams at the CSU Spring Kick-Off Tournament, Tuesday, held at the par 71, 6579-yard Coosaw Creek Country Club.
The Flames kicked off their spring golf season with a pair of rounds at the CSU Spring Kick-Off Tournament Monday at the par 71, 6579-yard Coosaw Creek Country Club and currently stand in fourth place out of 12 teams.
The Flames werent able to climb any higher on the final day of competition as Liberty entered the final 18 holes of the 49er Classic in a share of 12th place and finished in the same location as the Flames carded a 314 earlier today to place 12th out of 16 teams at the two-day, 54-hole event.
The Flames will enter the final round of the 49er Classic in a two-way tie with Ohio for 12th place out of 16 teams as Liberty carded rounds of 309 and 315 in 36 holes of action Monday on the par-72, 7,116 yards Cabarrus Country Club.
Several teams made a run at the Flames but none were able to overcome Libertys sizeable first round lead and the teams late final round heroics as Liberty finished 10 strokes ahead of its nearest competitor to claim the first-ever title at the Frank Landrey Invitational, Tuesday afternoon, at the Poplar Grove Golf Course.
The Flames were able to weather the blustery conditions of the first round and post a pair of solid rounds to lead by 12 strokes after 36 holes of competition at the first annual Frank Landrey Intercollegiate Invitational, being played at the Poplar Grove Golf Course on Monday.
George Masons Mike Kirby fired a course-record 10-under-par 61 on the final day to enable the Patriots to climb over the Flames and claim the James Madison Invitational title by one strokes, Tuesday afternoon, at the Lakeview Golf Course.