WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- After the first day of action at the Guy Harvey Invitational, the Saint Leo men's golf team leads in both the team category and the individual.
Results: Joey Savoie is in a tie for first place with a 36-hole total of 139 after shooting a 67 in round one, and a 72 in round two. The team is also in first with the highest individual score being tied for 48th.
Where: Guy Harvey Shark Invitational, hosted by Nova Southeastern University | PGA National Rrsort and Spa | West Palm Beach, Fla.
|1st||Team 571 (-5) | 286 -285|
|T1st||Joey Savoie 139 (-5) | 67 - 72|
|T7th||Ryan Gendron 142 (-2) | 70 - 72
|T17th||Liam Ainsworth 144 (E) | 73 - 71|
|T30nd||Daniel Pico 147 (+3) | 77 - 70|
|T48th||Casey Bannon 149 (+5) | 76 - 73
|T25th||Riley Goss (Individual) 145 (+1) | 70 - 75|
The Low Down
- Savoie is tied for the tournament lead with a -5 after the first two rounds. He is in a tie with Forrest Knight of North Alabama.
- Gendron trails the leaders by just two strokes following the second round.
The Rest of the Field
- Lynn trails the Lions by seven strokes. Their highest individual Elliott Whitley, is tied for fourth with at three-under par.
- Barry also trails Saint Leo by seven strokes, Mike Anderson and Niclas Weiland are tied for fourth at -3.
- The Lions return to action Oct. 26-27 at the McDonough Cup in Orlando, Fla. Rollins will host the tournament at Rio Pinar Country Club.