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Freshman Brent Hamm paced the Trojans behind the tee, placing 39th among individuals after shooting one-under in the first round before finishing the invite at eight-over.
The Troy men’s golf team placed 14th out of a 15-team field at the Shoal Creek Invitational, which finished play this Tuesday at the Shoal Creek Country Club in Birmingham.
First-round play was stopped on Monday evening after teams were still on the course after heavy storms hammered the area on Sunday.
Freshman Brent Hamm (71-75-78—224) paced the Trojans, finishing in a tie for 39th place after his opening round of one-under and an overall score of eight-over.
Senior Dean Martin (75-74-76—225) finished in a tie for 44th place with a final score of nine-over and a lowest score of two-over during his second round.
Sophomore Connor Futrell (75-83-71—229) ended in a tie for 55th place after shooting a one-under in the final round.
Freshman Will McFadden (79-81-79—239) finished play in 82nd place overall, and junior Jake Tiffin (81-77-87—245) finished in 86th place.
Troy heads to a familiar sight next week as the Trojans travel to The Raven Golf Course at Sandestin in Miramar Beach, Fla., for the Sun Belt Championship.