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Clemson Steals the Title by One Stroke & Doc Redman fires a 64 (-7) to earn the Individual Trophy in the 2016 Ka’anapali Classic - Collegiate Invitational

(LAHAINA, HI) –  In a surprise finish, Clemson clenches the 2016 Ka’anapali Classic - Collegiate Invitationalwith a team 826 (-26), one stroke ahead of Georgia.  Doc Redman of Clemson fires a 64 (-7) today with a 3-day total 198 (-15) and claims the individual trophy.

It all came down to the infamous final two holes of the Royal Ka’anapali Course, two holes where many a tournament is won or lost.  With the wind picking up later in the round, the last few holes gave both teams some challenges but Clemson was able to par as a team, whereas Georgia was +2 on the combined final holes.

Doc Redman, a freshman from Raleigh, N.C. is one of two freshman on the Clemson team that competed at Ka’anapali. With one tournament win in his pocket from the Jack Rabbit tournament in Nebraska earlier this year, Redman was looking to add to his resume in Hawaii. In Nebraska, Redman broke the school record for the earliest career victory after just two college career matches. With six birdies and one eagle on the uphill par 5 6th hole, Redman had just one blemish on the 18th hole today.  Redman secured the win at 66-68-64/198 (-15) by two shots over LSU’s Sam Burns.  Redman is the first Clemson freshman to win two tournaments in the same year since Jimmy White in 1974-75.

Prior to college, Redman won the 2016 North Carolina 4A State Championship, and the regional in 2016 and was ranked 8th overall in the Golfweek Junior Boys Ranking as of August 2016.  Burns is currently ranked 83rd in the NCAA ranking and is sure to rise after this weekend’s impressive results.

Clemson posted an all-time team record 264 (-20) today to overtake the 10-stroke lead Georgia had going into the final round.  Redman’s teammates Bryson Nimmer posted a 65 (-6) today, Carson Young a 67 (-4) and Austin Langdale a 68 (-3) to help secure the team win.  Young finished at T12, Nimmer at T19 and Langdale at T50 this weekend. 

Georgia’s senior captain Greyson Sigg began the day T1 with Kansas senior Chase Hanna and got off to a great start with three birdies and an eagle on the front nine. Sigg played solid on the back nine but was not able to convert any birdie opportunities and struggled to make par on the final hole to finish the day at 68 (-3). With a 54-hole total of 69-64-68/201 (-12), he finished in 3rd place for the tournament. Sigg won three events in 2015 at The Carmel Cup, the Southern Intercollegiate Championships and the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional. Sigg placed T21 (+2) last year in the 2015 Ka’anapali Classic.

Georgia freshman Spencer Ralston shot 3-under par today giving him a (-9) for the tournament at T8 with LSU’s Brandon Pierce.  Ralston got off to a good start with a birdie on his second hole, followed by two eagles on the par 5 6th hole and the par 4 11th hole where he chipped in for the eagle.  Ralston claimed 16 individual high school tournament victories from Gainesville High (GA) and lead his team in 2013 to a record-earning undefeated season in state history.

“Obviously, we’re disappointed in the outcome,” Georgia coach Chris Haack said. “We did not finish well today and that really cost us. It’s a tough pill to swallow right now, especially with it being so close, but we’ll learn from this and move forward. When we get back at it in the spring, we’ll have this experience as a reminder that every single shot matters.”

Sam Burns, a sophomore at LSU, shot an impressive 62 (-9) today with seven birdies and an eagle on the par 5 9th hole. Burns shot 68-70-62 to finish the tournament at 201 in 2nd place (-13) and tied his all time record low round of (-9) today. Burns is currently ranked 7th in the NCAA standings and earned top-10 finishes in all of his matches for the 2016 fall season with a T1 in the David Toms Intercollegiate event in October 2016. He was ranked the No. 1-ranked junior golf recruit in the U.S. for the H.S. Class of 2015. Burns played in this year’s U.S. Open and earned 17 career top-10 finishes as a member of the American Junior Golf Association.

The third annual 54-hole, individual and team stroke-play tournament is the largest collegiate field event of the season and featured golfers from 24 schools across the nation: Ball State, Boise, Bowling Green, California-Santa Barbara, California State–Fullerton, California State-Northridge, Clemson, Georgia, Georgia State, Gonzaga, Hawaii-Hilo, Hawaii-Manoa (host), Houston, Kansas, Long Beach State, Louisiana State, Loyola Marymount, Minnesota, North Carolina-Wilmington, North Florida, Oklahoma, Sacramento State, South Carolina and Texas-San Antonio.      
          

Pos.Team/Player (seed)Rd 1Rd 2Rd 3Total
1Clemson284278264826
1Doc Redman (1)666864198
T12Carson Young (3)707167208
T19Bryson Nimmer (2)737265210
T50Austin Langdale (4)777268217
T50Johnathan Rector (5)756775217
2Georgia284266277827
3Greyson Sigg (1)696468201
T8Spencer Ralston (3)726468204
T12Zach Healy (2)696574208
T50Jaime Lopez Rivarola (4)767368217
T72Trevor Phillips (5)747373220
3LSU283277268828
2Sam Burns (1)687062200
T8Brandon Pierce (4)696867204
T19Nathan Jeansonne (5)726771210
T60Luis Gagne (2)747668218
T72Eric Ricard (3)757273220
4Oklahoma290271273834
T4Blaine Hale (2)706666202
T12Max McGreevy (1)706771208
T25Grant Hirschman (4)756967211
T36Riley Casey (5)756970214
T50Brad Dalke (3)757270217
5South Carolina282280278840
T6Scott Stevens (2)716567203
T19Keenan Huskey (3)667074210
T30Ben Dietrich (1)737169213
T88Ryan Stachler (4)727675223
T88Will Miles (5)817468223
6Kansas295267279841
T6Chase Hanna (1)726170203
T17Daniel Sutton (4)746768209
T36Charlie Hillier (2)756871214
T60Daniel Hudson (3)747470218
T68Jake Scarrow (5)767172219
7North Florida287282275844
T4Travis Trace (4)726664202
T30Phillip Knowles (1)707370213
T30Andrew Alligood (2)716973213
T60Dillon Woods (3)747470218
T78Osten Waite (5)757571221
T8Georgia State299280275854
T19Nathan Mallonee (4)697269210
T30Maximilian Herrmann (3)756870213
T40Nick Budd (1)786869215
T44Alexander Herrmann (2)777267216
T102Egill Gunnarsson (5)807372225
T8UC Santa Barbara287283284854
T27Nick Swanson (2)737168212
T40Brett Bennett (4)737171215
T60Zach Smith (3)687674218
T68Brandon Bauman (1)806772219
T72Brett Patton (5)737473220
10Loyola Marymount - CA302272283857
T12Nick Jan (2)736867208
T50Blake Meek (3)776674217
T68Mason Glinski (4)747075219
T78Riley Elmes (1)806873221
T78Justin Egelske (5)787469221
T11Minnesota297277284858
T12Thomas Longbella (2)736372208
T25Riley Johnson (3)736870211
T50Justin Doeden (1)777169217
T102William Leaf (5)747774225
T108Runar Arnorsson (4)787573226
T11Gonzaga293289276858
T17David Ganz (3)727067209
T36Ryan Gaske (1)727171214
T44Angus Montgomery (2)717768216
T68Ben DuBois (5)787170219
121Nick Nolan (4)788372233
13Houston294283283860
T19Michael Perras (2)726969210
T27Papito Gonzalez (1)717071212
T60Zach Tracy (4)757172218
T72Pryce Beshoory (5)767371220
T108Logan Davis (3)777475226
14UNCW296292275863
T19Patrick Cover (1)746967210
T44Thomas Eldridge (3)737865216
T44Preston Harrington (5)727074216
T97Thomas Lilly (2)777869224
T123Stephen Saleeby (4)827578235
15UTSA301282284867
T40Sean Meehan (3)776672215
T44Bryce Alley (2)727371216
T72Zander Lozano (1)846670220
T72Adam House (4)727771220
T113Dylan Godfrey (5)807872230
16Long Beach State310279279868
T10Andres Gonzalez (3)726766205
T78Patrick Pockels (1)827168221
T88Joe Fryer (2)796876223
T119Agostino Milazzo (4)777778232
132Hunter Reed (5)827369142
T17Sacramento State301285285871
T40Aaron Beverly (1)756971215
T44Robert Parden (2)727173216
87Wonje Choi (5)747474222
T88Devyn Fitchhorn (3)817171223
T102Connor Day (4)807570225
T17Boise State299287285871
T36Donny Hopoi (3)757168214
T50Mason Schulze (4)756973217
T78Connor Johnstone (5)737177221
T88Brian Humphreys (1)767671223
T127Kyle Mitsunaga (2)798473236
T19Ball State296293289878
T50Michael Makris (4)747073217
T78Johnny Watts (1)717872221
T88Michael VanDeventer (2)737476223
T97Keegan McKinney (5)787769224
T102Timothy Wiseman (3)787275225
T19Hawaii295296287878
T50Skye Inakoshi (1)736975217
T50Cameron Kaneko (2)747370217
T88Samuel Schwartz (5)787669223
T97Justin Tokioka (3)707876224
T115Trevor Hirata (4)797973231
T19CSU - Northridge306286286878
T27Felix Mory (2)736871212
T78Trym Falch (4)787271221
T102Tomas Skajem (5)757278225
T115Tavit Garabedian (1)827475231
T115Sam Engel (3)808269231
22CSU - Fullerton303292291886
T60Mark Cobey (2)767270218
T60Ty Stites (4)737273218
T97Matt Wilson (1)767573224
111Michael Sharkey (3)787376227
T123Matt Murphy (5)847675235
23Bowling Green State304294289887
T30Jose Narro (1)747168213
T30Brett Rinker (3)737169213
T115Trey Walker (4)777678231
T119Pablo Heredia Iglesias (2)807676232
T127Max Rispler (5)808076236
24Hawaii - Hilo315299294908
T78Taylor Patrick (5)737573221
112Jared Kinoshita (2)787377228
T113Braeden Campbell (4)837572230
122Jeffrey Yamaguchi (1)817974234
130Trevor Kua (3)887675239
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