Railsplitters Finish In A Tie For First At Outback Steakhouse Invitational
February 8, 2012
Kennedy Takes Home Medalist Honors
PANAMA CITY, FL -- The Lincoln Memorial University men's golf team finished in a tie for first place and senior Eric Kennedy took home medalist honors at the Outback Steakhouse Invitational as the Railsplitters got off to a hot start to kick off their spring season. Play ended Tuesday afternoon at the Hombree Golf Club in Panama City, Florida.
After rounds of 74 and 72, Kennedy finished regulation in a tie for the top spot with King College's Adrian Kibsey. Kennedy grabbed medalist honors with an eagle on the first playoff hole.
Johnny Page notched rounds of 73 and 76 for a two round total of 149 that put him in a tie for seventh place.Jamie Chapman recorded rounds of 75 and 76 to tie in 12th place.
The Railsplitters ended the regulation two rounds in a tie at 601 with Carson-Newman College and Flagler College, sending the three teams to a playoff. Carson-Newman went on to win the three-hole playoff.
LMU will hit the links next on March 5th, as they head to Salisbury, North Carolina for the Richard Rendleman Invitational at Salisbury Country Club.