Oct. 21, 2007
When play began at 8 a.m., the temperature was listed at 74 degrees.
UCF's public address announcer Erik Kohler served as the official starter at the 10th tee. UCF supporter Brent Carli handled the starter duties on the 1st hole.
Georgia's Adam Mitchell was the first player to tee off on Sunday.
Four squads made their debuts at the tournament on Saturday: East Tennessee State, Illinois, SMU and Texas A&M.
Twelve of the programs in action on Sunday competed in the 2006 Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational.
Six squads - Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State, UCF and Wake Forest - were competing in the event for the fourth-straight year.
Sixteen of the 18 teams in the field participated in the NCAA Championship last spring.
Twenty-two players finished under par in the opening round. A year ago, 11 players shot below par in the first round.
East Tennessee State's Rhys Enoch fired a four-under 68 to open the tournament. It marked the second-straight time that Enoch opened an event with a 68. On Oct. 12, he posted a four-under 68 in the first round of the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at the Ridges.
UCF's Greg Forest carded a season-low four-under 68 in the opening round.
Playing in his second event of the season, Southern Cal's Jamie Lovemark fired a season-low four-under 68 in the opening round. Lovemark claimed medalist honors at the 2007 NCAA Championship.
Enoch, Forest and Lovemark are tied for first at 68 (-4).
Cale Barr of Kentucky opened the tournament with a three-under 69, good for a season low.
Host UCF recorded a team total of 284 (-4). The Knights also carded a 284 in the first round of their last tournament, the Prestige at PGA WEST on Oct. 15.
With only a few players remaining on the course, heavy rains arrived in the area around 3:40 p.m. and players were forced to leave the course. Play resumed at 4:30 p.m.
The round concluded at 4:44 p.m.