The North Carolina men’s golf team put on another strong performance this weekend at the Aggie Invitational in Bryan, TX. The team tied for fifth place out of 13 teams, shooting a team score of 581, 5-over-par.
Junior William Register led the way through the first round, shooting an impressive 1-over-par with a score of 73. Teammates Ben Griffin and Jose Montano struggled to find their rhythm, with Griffin shooting 6-over-par and Montano shooting 4-over-par. Together, the Tar Heels shot a team score of 298, which placed them tied for sixth with Kent State.
The second round showed a much more poised North Carolina team. Despite a poor first round, Junior Ben Griffin finished with a season best score of 68, 4-under-par. Register followed Griffin with another impressive performance, shooting 2-under par. Senior Henry Do also found his mark and finished with a score of 72, even-to-par. With a strong second round, North Carolina crept past Kent State and finished tied for fifth place with Texas.
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