LAHAINA, Hawaii (Nov. 7, 2015) – Oklahoma leads after day two of the Ka'anapali Collegiate Golf Tournament hosted by University of Hawaii at the Royal Ka’anapali Course.
Oklahoma posted a score of 276 (8-under) on day one and backed it up today with a score of 281 (3-under) to lead by six shots heading into tomorrow’s final round. The Sooners have been led by strong performances from sophomore Grant Hirschman and freshman Brad Dalke.
Hirschman has shot rounds of 67-70 to sit in a tie for 2nd overall while Dalke posted 66-72 and sits in a tie for fourth. Junior Max McGreevy carded a 66 in today’s action and also finds himself inside the top 10 individually.
Trailing Oklahoma are the Georgia Bulldogs who have been led by an outstanding performance so far from sophomore Zach Healy. Healy has posted rounds of 68-66 thus far to lead all players by three shots. Also playing well for the Bulldogs is Walker Cup team member Lee McCoy who has contributed rounds of 67-72 and sits in a tie for 6th.
Georgia will have to make up some ground if they hope to end their fall season with their first team victory of the year. Oklahoma looks to cap of its fall season with its second victory of the year, the first coming at The Gopher Invitational in September.
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