No. 7 Bearcats lead PBC Championship after two rounds

The Bearcats hold a four-stroke lead after the second round of the PBC Championship on Saturday, with Michal Pospisil turning in the lowest round of the tournament thus far (file photo by Joshua S. Kelly)
The Bearcats hold a four-stroke lead after the second round of the PBC Championship on Saturday, with Michal Pospisil turning in the lowest round of the tournament thus far (file photo by Joshua S. Kelly)

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. — The No. 7-ranked Lander men's golf team holds a four-stroke lead after the second round of the Peach Belt Conference Championship at the par-72, 6,939-yard Slammer & Squire Course at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla.

The Bearcats replicated their round one score (290) on Saturday afternoon, once again shooting two-over par to give them a two-day total of 580. 

Lander is followed by: 2. USC Aiken 584; 3. Georgia College 587; 4. Young Harris 591; 5. Columbus State 593; 6. Armstrong State 595; 7. Georgia Southwestern 598; 8. Flagler 603; 9. Montevallo 605; 10. Clayton State 606; and 11. North Georgia 615.

Michal Pospisil (68) put himself in the Bearcats' history books with the lowest round ever for a Lander golfer at the PBC Championship. Pospisil's four-under 68 was also the lowest round of the tournament thus far.

Individually, Pospisil (142) is tied for second; Conor Richards (147) and Jon Parker (147) are tied for seventh; Michael Brodie (148) is tied for 14th; and James Bartlett (150) is tied for 26th. 

Lander tees off for the final round of play tomorrow morning at 11:54 a.m. The Bearcats are paired with USC Aiken and Georgia College.