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Baylor Men’s Golf in Seventh at Linger Longer

GREENSBORO, Ga. – Baylor men’s golf is in seventh place after shooting 12-over-par 300 in Monday’s second round of the Linger Longer at the Great Waters Golf Course. The Bears have carded a two-round score of 6-over 582.

Matthew Perrine remains the Bears’ leading scorer, with a two-round total of 4-under-par 140. He shot 3-over 75 in his second round, droping five places to tie for sixth individually. Garrett May carded a 2-over 74, giving him a total score of 1-over 145 and placing him in a tie for 19th place.

Andreas Gjesteby climbed 10 spots to tie for 27th place after carding 2-over 74 on the day, with a two-round score of 3-over-par 147. Frederik Andersen has a two-round score of 6-over 150 after shooting 5-over 77 on the day, putting him in a tie for 44th place. Braden Bailey (+14, 158) shot 9-over 81 in his second round, and he’s tied for 68th place. Hunter Shattuck, who is competing as an individual, carded a 5-over 77 on the day and is tied for 49th with a two-round score of 7-over 151.

Alabama (-9) leads the tournament after two rounds, followed by Virginia (-6), Augusta (-4), Kennesaw State (+1), Georgia (+3) and Purdue (+4). Baylor (+6) leads Louisville (+9), UNC Greensboro (+10), Charlotte (+11), Missouri (+19), Mercer (+31) and South Alabama (+42)


  • Baylor is seventh in the 13-team field in par-3, par-4 and par-5 scoring at 16-over 3.40, and 15-over 4.15 and 11-under 4.73, respectively.
  • Baylor’s is tied for fourth in birdies recorded with 34 through two rounds
  • Baylor ranks seventh in the 13-team field with 102 pars.
  • Matthew Perrine is tied for sixth in par-4 scoring at 2-under 3.90.
  • Hunter Shattuck and Perrine are tied for ninth in par-3 scoring at 1-over 3.13.
  • Garret May is tied for ninth in par-5 scoring at 4-udner 4.50.
  • Perrine has made nine birdies through two rounds to tie for eighth in birdies recorded, while May and Andreas Gjesteby are tied for 13th with eight birdies.

140 – Matthew Perrine’s score through 36 holes, which is three strokes better than his previous career-best 36-hole total.


Tuesday’s final round is scheduled for tee times beginning at 8 a.m. CT from the first and 10th tees. Baylor players will begin from the first hole in pairings with players from Louisville and Missouri. Bailey is up first at 8 a.m., and he’ll be followed in 10-minute intervals by Andersen, Gjesteby, May and Perrine, respectively. Shattuck will tee off from the 10th hole at 8:20 a.m.

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