Doull, Kleu Tie For Third At UNG Invite


Jordan Doull and Ronan Kleu both fired 4-under 68s on Tuesday to help the Columbus State University men’s golf team jump three spots on the leaderboard to finish the UNG Fall Invitational in sixth place. The two-day, 72-hole event took place at the Chattahoochee Golf Club in Gainesville, Ga.

Beginning the day tied for ninth, Doull and Kleu flew up the leaderboard over the final round to finish tied for third. Their 4-under scores were tied with two others for the lowest on Tuesday as the All-American duo finished 8-under for the event.

Grabbing his fourth top-three finish since the beginning of the 2019-20 season, Doull had a very similar round on Tuesday as he did in round two. He only had one blemish on his scorecard, a bogey on the par-4 fifth, while sinking five birdie putts. He was on fire to begin his round shooting 5-under over his first 12 holes.

Kleu had six birdies on the day and would’ve posted an even lower score if it wasn’t for troubles on the par-3 fifth and 12th. Even with the two bogeys, Kleu with his second 4-under 68 of the week. The All-American has now finished inside the top-five in each of the past two tournaments.

Freshman Andy Callahan posted his first career round under par on Tuesday after turning in a 1-under 71. Fresh off an even-par 72 in round two, Callahan started his day off on the right foot with a birdie and later closed his round out with another on the par-3 fifth. He finished the event in a tie for 54th with a 6-over 222.

Louis Peeters found consistently on Tuesday with his second straight 3-over 75. He managed the course well, including grabbing a birdie on the 15th, to count as the final CSU team scorer. Overall, the sophomore shot a 10-over 226 to finish in 72nd.

Preston Wagaman had the Cougar drop score on Tuesday. He shot 8-over par to conclude the tournament tied for 83rd. Wagaman was 14-over for the tournament.

Columbus State will return to the course in the spring.

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