Men's Golf Opens the 2005-06 Campaign

Sept. 19, 2005

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TOLEDO, Ohio - The UCF men's golf team opened the 2005-06 campaign on Monday, completing two rounds of play at the Inverness Intercollegiate Invitational. On the first day of play, UCF carded a first round score of 307 and a second round total of 303 and sits in 14th-place (610, +42) at the two-day event.

Southern California paces the field with a team score of 581 (+13). Texas stands in second-place (591, +23).

Sophomore Giwon Suh led the Golden Knights and is currently tied for 16th with a six-over par 148. Suh totaled a three-over 71 in both the first and second rounds.

Fellow sophomore Ben Leong is 11 shots over par with a two-round score of 152. Leong is tied for 37th overall. Senior Stefan Wistorf began the event with a first round score of 79, but posted a second round score of 75. He stands in a tie for 48th place with a 154 after 36 holes.

A pair of freshman made their UCF debuts at the event. Kyle Davis carded a 78 in the first round and finished the day with an 81 to tie for 55th place with a two-round score of 156. Greg Forest posted a two-round score of 160. He is tied for 67th.

Joshua Wooding of Southern California posted an even-par 71 in the first round and a 70 in the second and is in first place with a two-round score of 141 (-1).

UCF finishes play on Tuesday morning with 18 holes. The first Golden Knight golfer tees off at 8:45 a.m.