Oct. 8, 2012
UCF Athletics Social Media Directory
By Andy Seeley
UCF’s Greg Eason is in the lead at the Jack Nickaus Invitational in Dublin, Ohio. The junior from Leicester City, England fired a first-round score of 70 (-2) at the Muirfield Village Golf Club.
Eason was one of just two golfers to tally a score below par in Monday’s first round. The tournament, originally scheduled for three rounds, has been trimmed to two rounds after frost on the course forced a delay before Monday’s play could get under way.
Kyle Wilshire carded the next-best score for the Knights. He shot a 79 (+7). Jose Joia scored an 83 (+11), while Michael Visacki turned in a score of 85 (+13) to round out the Knights’ scoring. Reid Martin also competed in the first round for UCF, scoring an 86 (+14).
The Knights are in 11th place at the event, after turning in a first-round, 29-over score of 317. Oklahoma State leads the tournament with a score of 295 (+7), while Kentucky and BYU are tied for second at 302 (+14).