Tornados in seventh place after day one of Richard Rendleman InviteFebruary 27, 2017
SALISBURY, N.C. – The Brevard College Men’s Golf team competed in day one of the Richard Rendleman Invitational on Monday, turning in a seventh place finish, shooting a 304 after the first round. The Tournament is hosted by Catawba College at the 6,664-yar, par-71 Country Club of Salisbury
Queens University turned in the top place finish of the day with a score of 289, shooting five-over-par. North Greenville was second with a 292 overall score, and one shot back with an overall score of 293 was Anderson University to round out the top three places of day one.
Sebastian Strehl (Asperg, Germany) turned in the top place finish for the Tornados, placing in a tie for 15th place overall. Strehl shot three-over-par, with a score of 74 after 18 holes. Oskar Lundgren (Umea, Sweden) and Luis Vega (Madrid, Spain) both finished in a tie for 24th place with a 76, and five-over-par. Austin Fisher (Hendersonville, N.C.) finished one-shot back with a 77, and Steffen Heckele (Oberndorf, Germany) rounded out the top five places for the Tornados with a score of 78.
Brad Robinson of Lenoir-Rhyne turned in the top performance of the day, shooting three-under-par with a total score of 68. There is a four-way tie for second place with Evan Gfeller and Christian Constance of North Greenville, Gilberto Pena of Queens, and Grayson Bell of Anderson all shooting even par at 71.
Tomorrow will wrap up the Richard Rendleman Tournament as the Tornados will take the course for another round of 18 holes in Salisbury.