Southeastern Golf Struggles in Final Round

Southeastern golf uncharacteristically fired its worst round of the tournament on Tuesday, carding a 319 to clip to 12th place with a 913 at the Guy Harvey Invitational in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

The par-72, 7,045 yard PGA National Champion Course featured its toughest setup on Tuesday as 13 of the 17 teams in the field saw their scores go higher than the previous round.

The 319 in the final round is the worst round posted since the David Falconer Memorial March 11, 2013 when it posted a 319 as well.

Mason Horner was the only Savage Storm player to bounce back with a better round on Tuesday, carding a 75, a 10 stroke improvement over his second round score, and finished tied for 79th with a 238.

Sebastian Otoya was the team's top finisher, but was unable to follow up his stellar 67 in the second round, finishing the day with an 81, lifting his score to 222 and moving into a tie for 20th.

Zach James was unable to maintain the consistency he had shown on Monday when he fired back-to-back 74's, turning in an 83 on the final 18 to finish at 231 in a tie for 54th.

Marcos Sevilla Suarez saw his score slip for the third-straight round, carding an 80 to finish tied for 66th with a 234.

Joey Schroeder rounded out the Storm competitors with an 85 on Tuesday to finish tied for 81st with a 239.

Top-ranked Barry took home the tournament title with an 845, finishing 19 strokes ahead of host Nova Southeastern who finished second.

Southeastern will play in its final fall tournament Oct. 20-21 when it travels to Wichita Falls, Texas, for the Midwestern State Invitational.



 
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