Clemson looks for 1st win at Briar's Creek

Great Britain and Ireland's Gary Wolstenholme fails to clear a bunker at the 11th hole during the foursome round of the Walker Cup at Nairn Golf Club in Scotland Saturday Sept. 11 1999. The Walker Cup is a biennial amateur golf competition between The United States and a Great Britain and Ireland team. After the foursome round the match was drawn at 2-2.

Clemson looks for 1st win at Briar's Creek


Clemson looks for 1st win at Briar's Creek

Clemson will make at stop at the Golf Club at Briar’s Creek on Johns Island, S.C., as it searches for its first win of the season at the Briar’s Creek Invitational. The Tigers, which sit at No. 15 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings, have been close all season with five top three finishes, but have yet to take a title.

The team headlines a field that will play 36 holes on Monday and another 18 on Tuesday.

The field includes Charleston Southern, Chattanooga, Clemson (No. 15), Coastal Carolina, College of Charleston, East Carolina (No. 47), East Tennessee State, GRU Augusta (No. 38), Illinois (No. 46), Indiana, Kansas (No. 41), Maryland, Penn State, Princeton, South Florida, Texas Tech and Wisconsin (No. 42).

Notre Dame took the tournament last year after finishing at 42-over 906, but will not return to defend its title.

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