Patton Kizzire birdied his final two holes to card Auburn's only sub-par round of the day with a 1-under 70.
March 27, 2006
AWENDAW, S.C. --- The Auburn men's golf team fell to 15th place after shooting a second round 11-over 295 for a 23-over 591 total in the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate at the par-71, 7,229-yard Bulls Bay Golf Club in Awendaw, S.C., Monday.
Wake Forest stretched its four-shot lead to ten with a 7-under 277 for a 16-under 552 total. South Carolina is in second at 283-562 followed by third place Augusta State, who fired a blistering 15-under 269 for a 3-under 565 total. Central Florida (282-571) is in fourth followed by No. 16 North Carolina (286-574), North Carolina State (279-577), Virginia (281-578), No. 14 Clemson (286-579), Vanderbilt (282-579) and College of Charleston (291-584).
No. 22 Alabama (286-555) is in 11th place ahead of Florida State (293-586), No. 18 Kentucky (295-587), LSU (287-587) and Auburn (295-591).
Sophomore All-SEC Patton Kizzire birdied his final two holes to card Auburn's only sub-par round of the day with a 1-under 70 for a 144 total and is tied for 18th. True freshman Glenn Northcutt (74) and senior All-SEC Stuart Moore (76) are tied for 52nd at 7-over 149. Junior Andrew Medley is tied for 64th at 77-151 while sophomore Jay Moseley is tied for 69th at 75-153.
"We had a tough round out there today," head coach Mike Griffin said. "It was good to see Patton finish with the two birdies. We've got to come back tomorrow and work hard and try to finish strong."
Wake Forest's Webb Simpson took over the individual lead with a 65 for a 9-under 133 total, one shot ahead of Augusta State's Jamie Miller (64-134).
The third and final round of the Hootie at Bulls Bay will tee off Tuesday at 9:00 am Central. Live scoring can be found at www.golfstat.com.