Men's Golf Moves Up To Sixth On Saturday At PBC Championships

Men's Golf Moves Up To Sixth On Saturday At PBC Championships

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - The Armstrong State University men's golf team shot a second-round 295 to move up one spot to sixth after Saturday's action in the 2017 Peach Belt Conference Championships at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla.

The Pirates' two-day 595 total puts them sixth in the 12-team field, moving up one spot from Friday. Lander (580) leads the field by four strokes over USC Aiken (584), with Georgia College (587), Young Harris (591) and Columbus State (593) rounding out the top five schools.

Freshman Spencer Ball carded a two-over-par 75 on Saturday and is tied for 14th individually with a 148 total, while junior Gustav Beckvid shot a 73 and is also tied for 14th at 148. Junior Ryan Emery shot an even-par 72 and is tied for 21st with a 149 total, while freshman Max Trydefeldt is tied for 26th after shooting a second consecutive 75 for a 150 total. Senior Jake O'Bryan rounded out the Pirates' scoring on Saturday with a 79, sitting tied for 47th with a 156 total.

Play concludes at the 2017 Peach Belt Conference Championships with a single round of 18 holes on Sunday.