PINE MOUNTAIN, GA – The North Georgia
women’s golf team is in sixth place after the first round of
the inaugural Peach Belt Conference women’s golf tournament,
rounding out the field at the Callaway Gardens Lake View
Flagler College is holding a slim two-shot advantage at the midway point of the tournament, firing a 49-over-par 333 for the clubhouse lead, while UNC Pembroke shot a 51-over-par 335, and Armstrong Atlantic is third with a 54-over-par, sitting five shots off the lead.
The University of Montevallo leads the bottom half of the standings at 55-over-par with an opening round 339, while Columbus State is at 87-over-par, and North Georgia is in sixth place overall at 139-over-par with a 423.
Flagler’s Kaitlyn Edwards and UNC Pembroke’s Katja Dammann are tied for the individual lead with seven-over-par 78’s, while Armstrong Atlantic’s Kelly Pierce is a single shot back with an eight-over-par 79.
Brittany Kemp led North Georgia with an 18-over-par 89 as she sits in a tie for 17th place overall, while Charley Whitmire is alone in 20th place after her opening round 20-over-par 91.
Courtney Hall is in 27th place at the midway point after a 50-over-par 121, and Leania Bulloch is a shot back of her teammate in 28th place with a 51-over-par 122. Ariana Stamatiou rounded out the field in 29th place following her 61-over-par 132.
The Lady Saints and the rest of the Peach Belt Conference will play the final round of the inaugural PBC tournament on Tuesday morning at the par-71 Lake View Course at Callaway Gardens.