TEMPE, Ariz. — The Clemson golf team started three freshmen at an NCAA regional for just the fifth time ever, but it was a sophomore that stole the show for the Tigers at Karsten Golf Club.
Billy Kennerly finished with a one-under-par 69 on Saturday after an opening-round 68 and second-round 69 to give him a three-day total of 206. Combined with his final two rounds at the ACC Tournament, he finished the year with a school-record five consecutive rounds in the 60s.
Many players had scored in the 60s four consecutive rounds, including Corbin Mills last year, but never five in a row. [Read more...]