Sailfish Complete Final Round at the Battle at the Shores
April 4, 2017
Written By: Kennie Silvestri, Sports Information Assistant
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – Palm Beach Atlantic men's golf shot a final round 310 at the Battle at the Shores on Tuesday. The Sailfish finish 14th in the tournament, which included a very tough field. The Sailfish will be off until April 22, when they will compete in the Sunshine State Conference Championships for the first time.
Day Two: PBA shot 310 on Tuesday as the windy conditions provided tough playing conditions for the 'Fish. David Liu shot his best round of the tournament, as the junior shot 73 on the day. Not far behind Liu was fellow junior Daniel Langley, who shot a final-round 76 in Miami Beach.
Trent Harris shot 79 on Tuesday, and finished T-54 in the tournament. Ben Murray and Evan Crook shot 82 on the day, as Murray finished in a tie for 41st in the field. David Jizdny, who was competing as an individual, also shot 82 in the final round.
Day One: Palm Beach Atlantic opened up play at The Battle at the Shores on Monday, completing the first 36 holes of the event. The tournament, hosted by Barry University, is being played at Normandy Shores Golf Club. The Sailfish shot rounds of 301 and 304 on Monday as they are currently in 11th on the team leaderboard. The tournament hosts Barry, who are looking to win their tournament for the first time since 2014, are leading after day one.
Ben Murray had an outstanding day on the course Monday, as the senior shot rounds of 73 and 71 for the ‘Fish and sits in a tie for ninth on the leaderboard. Daniel Langley also had a solid showing for the Sailfish, as he shot rounds of 74 and 76. Langley sits 39th on the leaderboard after day one.
Trent Harris shot 78 and 73 on the day, and was followed by David Liu, who shot an impressive first round of 76, but followed it up with a second-round 84. Evan Crook shot 78 and 84 in his first action of the season. David Jizdny, competing as an individual in the tournament, shot 80 and 76 in his two rounds.
The Sailfish will play a third and final 18 holes Tuesday to wrap up the tournament and their regular season.