Tigers Finish Fourth at PGA Minority Championships
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Tigers Finish Fourth at PGA Minority Championships
Nashville, Tenn. – The Tennessee State men’s golf team ended their season with a fourth place finish at the 27th annual PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship in Port St. Lucie, Fla. The Tigers finished with a three-round total of 899, a 35-over on the Par-72, 6,840-yard Wanamaker Course at the PGA Golf Club.
 
The Tigers completed the three-day event 16 strokes behind champion Bethune-Cookman who shot a 19-over, 883. Defending champions, Texas-Pan American was second with a 20-over, 884 and Alabama State finished third with a 31-over, 895.
 
James Stepp (75-73-74=222) led the way finishing the tournament at 6-over and scored in all three rounds for the Tigers. Andrew Warner (72-79-72=223) scored all three days as he shot a 7-over. Cameron Scitern (75-74-78=227) ended his TSU career with an 11-over and was countable in every round.
 
Dallas Hill (80-76-76=232) scored for the Tigers in the second and third rounds, while Codie Welborn (75-79-80=234) marked on the first day only, despite matching Warner on day two.