Wilmington, N.C. – Annabelle Pancake is tied for sixth and the Clemson women’s golf team currently sits in fifth place after two rounds of the Landfall Tradition, held at the Country Club of Landfall on the 6,194-yard, par-72 Dye Course. The Tigers finished -2 on the day and sit at -5 overall after 36 holes.
Pancake finished the day at -1, including -2 on the front nine, to sit at -3 over two rounds and in a tie for sixth. Isabella Rawl was -1 on the afternoon, including a bogey-free back nine, to move into a tie for 13th, while Savannah Grewal now sits at -1 in a tie for 18th.
Chloe Holder was -1 in the second round to move to +3 on the weekend in a tie for 48th and Katherine Schuster rounds out the Clemson lineup at +7 and tied for 69th. Individually, Sydney Roberts is at +13 over two rounds, tied for 85th.
Arizona and Tennessee both moved up five-spots each, to first and second at -8 and -7, respectively. UCF and MIchigan State are both tied for third at -6, with the Tigers in fifth at -5.
The Tigers return to the course on Sunday for a 9:00 a.m. shotgun start. Live scoring can be found on Golfstat.com.