Pontus Nyholm claimed individual honors and Campbell finished fourth on the team leaderboard at the Southern Invitational this week in Florida.
LAKE WORTH, Fla.— Pontus Nyholm claimed individual honors and Campbell finished fourth on the team leaderboard after Tuesday’s final round of the Southern Invitational at the Falls Club.
Nyholm shot a collegiate-low 8-under-par 64 Monday to finish the event at 9-under, one stroke ahead of runner-up Peter Gasperini of Virginia Commonwealth University.
Campbell finished fourth overall, with a score of 6-under, in the 12-team field.
Nyholm made nine birdies Monday – and led the event with 17 – to record his second collegiate victory. The only blemish on his scorecard was a bogey on the par-three 16th, but Nyholm birdied the par-four 17th and made par on the final hole to secure individual honors.
Rated No. 73 in the latest World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR), Nyholm played the par-five holes 8-under over three rounds.
“I spent the majority of the day with Pontus and his group,” said Campbell head coach John Crooks. “I saw some great golf by a great player. We are so proud of Pontus’ most recent win.”
Middle Tennessee State (281-291-271—843) won team honors at 21-under, nine shots ahead of VCU and Mercer.
Ranked No. 44 by Golfstat, Campbell was 12-under on the day as a team.
Junior Henrik Lilja tied for 19th individually, while senior Josh Hetherington and red-shirt freshman Romain Lanteri tied for 28th.
Hetherington and Lilja both made 13 birdies (tied for seventh) and Lanteri 11 in the two-day event.
Campbell continues its spring schedule March 19-21 in the Schenkel Invitational, hosted by Georgia Southern at Forest Heights Country Club in Statesboro, Georgia.