Sharp shoots career-low at day one of Pfeiffer InvitationalMarch 7, 2016
Okatie, S.C. – Brevard College’s golf team began play in the Pfeiffer Invitational on Monday, with Courtney Sharp posting a career-low in the opening 18 holes.
The freshman shot an 81 to place her in a seven-way tie for 32nd place heading into day two of the competition. Taylor Scovel, Kelsie Rhyne and Maddie Lutz all ended day one with the same 97 overall score while ZeAijah Mooney rounded out the Tornados with a 112 score.
The University of Mount Olive leads the pack after day one with a 297 team score while boasting the top individual score with the only player to finish under par with a minus four score. SAC foes Wingate, Queens and Newberry all finished just outside the top three with scores of 315, 316 and 318 as Armstrong State and King University ended the day tied for second with scores of 300.
Brevard sits 16th overall, but is in position to make moves on its second day at the Invitational, only trailing 14th place by 11.