Texas' Scottie Scheffler hits from the 18th tee box during the NCAA men's golf regional at UT Golf Club, Monday, May 15, 2017. (Stephen Spillman / for AMERICAN-STATESMAN)


Longhorns golf, Ghim lead after two rounds at NCAA regional in Raleigh

Posted May 15th, 2018


Texas senior golfer Doug Ghim leads overall at the NCAA regional in Raleigh, N.C. as the Texas Longhorns golf team sits atop the leaderboard through two rounds.

Ghim shot 66 on Tuesday at the Lonnie Poole Golf Course while teammate Scottie Scheffler shot 65. The team leads with a score of 544, 24 under par.

Scheffler’s 65 was the low round for Texas on the day and tied the senior’s season low. He made seven birdies in the round.


Ghim’s 66 followed up a 64 from the first round to have him sitting at 130, 12 under par. He leads Benjamin Shipp of N.C. State by a stroke. Ghim leads in birdies over two rounds with 14. He made six on Tuesday.

Scheffler shot 69 in Monday’s first round and sits at 134, 8 under par.

Spencer Soosman and Steven Chervony have each shot 140 through two rounds to sit tied for 22nd at 2 under par.

Drew Jones sits tied for 63rd after shooting 149 through two rounds.

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