KU’s Collegiate Club Golf Team Wins Florida Regional Tournament
The Keiser University Seahawks National Collegiate Club Golf Association team recently won the Florida Regional Golf Tournament #3 by 38 strokes at Heritage Isles Golf and Country Club in Tampa, Florida.
The Seahawks opened up a 21-stroke lead after day one and increased their margin to 38 strokes with a strong day two finish, defeating the University of South Florida’s “A” and “B” teams, the University of Central Florida, the University of Tampa, and the University of Miami. Seahawk Cam Kelley fired consecutive rounds of 72-72 = 144 to finish in a tie for second place at even par. Co-captains Royce Hunsberger (73-75 = 148) and Nicholas Chabot (74-76 = 150) finished fourth and fifth respectively, and Ryan Prellwitz finished in sixth place with a score of 73-79 = 152.
Keiser University College of Golf Coach John Callahan was extremely happy with the Seahawks victory. “The team performed exceptionally, with four Seahawks finishing in the top-10 individually, leading to a fantastic victory for the team,” he said. The Seahawks will soon learn if they have qualified for the NCCGA National Championship, which will conclude the Spring season.
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