Travis Williamson posts 63 to lead at Oglethorpe Invitational
Travis Williamson
Travis Williamson

SAVANNAH, Ga. — Scores were low — really low — on day one of the Oglethorpe Invitational at Wilmington Island Club.

Travis Williamson of Brunswick, Ga., a former golfer for Armstrong State University, set the pace with an eight-under 63. Though, he has two players hot on his tail after 64s of their own as Dillon Board of Jacksonville and Elki Kow of Indonesia are tied for second place.

Following a shot behind them are Cory Howard and Richard Donegan at 65, as well as three more players at five-under 66.

Overall, 48 players shot even par or better on Thursday at the Donald Ross-designed course, which sits at just over 6,700 yards.

Results For Oglethorpe Invitational Golf Tournament
1NCZachary MartinPinehurst, NC40067-67-69=203
2FLHenry WestmorelandWacissa, FL30065-71-68=204
3NCKeegan HoffCharlotte, NC20067-68-70=205
4FLRichard DoneganOkeechobee, FL20065-71-70=206
5South AfricaMatthew RushtonSouth Africa20067-66-74=207

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ABOUT THE Oglethorpe Invitational

This 54-hole stroke play event (with 36-hole cut) has been a good mix of collegiate, mid-amateur, and senior players since its inaugural playing in 1983, which was won by three-time PGA Tour winner Gene Sauers. Entries open to amateurs with USGA handicap index of 5 or less.

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