The Clemson University golf program was well-represented in a statewide tournament over the weekend. Austin Langdale and Stephen Behr finished in the top 10 and Carson Young and Beaufort native, Josh Fickes finished in the top 20 of the 84th South Carolina Amateur Golf Tournament. The 72-hole event was completed on Sunday afternoon in near 90-degree heat at the Chanticleer Course at Greenville Country Club.
The best Clemson player on Sunday was Fickes, a rising sophomore who fired a three-under-par 69. That tied for the second best round of the day by any player. Fickes finished in a tie for 18th overall with rounds of 74-81-73-69. He was the best Clemson player on the weekend. He had four birdies and just one bogey on Sunday.