Columbus State's Jordan Doull captured his first collegiate victory while USC Aiken finished fourth at the McDonough Cup, the final event of the fall season for PBC men's golf teams.
Doull entered Tuesday's final round with a five-shot lead after a strong performance on Monday. However, the sophomore found himself tied atop the leaderboard with five holes to play.
The reigning Peach Belt Conference Freshman of the Year picked up a birdie on the par-4 14th to move ahead by a shot, and then closed with four straight pars to secure the win. Doull was 5-under par for the tournament after shooting 2-over 74 on Tuesday.
The No. 21 University of South Carolina Aiken golf team put together an outstanding final round, helping the team take fourth place at the McDonough Cup.
Head coach Michael Carlisle's team shot scores of 302-293-286. The team shot 17-over par, 881, for the event. The final round (286) tied Missouri-St. Louis for the lowest round of the tournament.
August Lindvall and Dan Sheehan led the charge for the Pacers as each tied for 11th. The dyad each shot three-over par, 219. Lindvall had scores of 75-73-71 while Sheehan carded scores of 75-72-72.
George Eubank placed 18th after shooting four-over par, 220. He accounted for rounds of 75-74-71.
Top Kamnark narrowly missed out on a top-25 effort, placing 26th. He shot seven-over par, 223. Kamnark tallied scores of 77-74-72.
Rollins won the tournament, registering a three-round score of 871. Missouri-St. Louis was second (877) while Wingate edged USC Aiken by two strokes.
Columbus State carded a final round 298 to finish with a team total of 886 in fifth place. No. 24 Rollins (871) took home the team title by six shots ahead of Missouri-St. Louis (877).
Duncan van der Vyver fired the low round of the day for the Cougars, shooting 1-over 73 for the final 18 holes. The junior finished in 64th place overall.
Ronan Kleu posted a round of 77 to tie for 33rd overall, while Preston Wagaman tied for 44th after shooting 74 on Tuesday. Cole Cruickshank shot 78 in the final round and tied for 51st.
The Flagler College men's golf team finished in a tie for eighth place after shooting a 4-over 292 in the final round at the Rio Pinar Country Club (par 72; 6,955 yards).
Mauro Baez shot a 3-under 69, the lowest round this season for the Saints. That helped him move up 11 spots and he finished in the top five for the first time this year with an even par 216. Baez made an eagle on the par-5, 568-yard No. 7 hole in the first round.
Juan Iturra shot a 3-over 75 today and finished in a tie for 11th place at +3. Niklas Grotterud moved up 19 spots on the leader board thanks to a 1-under today. He finished at +11 and in a tie for 44th place. Chun Yan Leon (+18) and Charles Collings (+19) rounded out the Flagler scorers.