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Updated 4/29/18: Auburn Men's Golf SEC Champions!

Auburn won its first SEC men's golf championship since 2002 Sunday. With the overall team match deadlocked at 2-2 between AU and Alabama, Wells Padgett’s match with Jonathan Hardee went to the 18th hole on the Ocean Course at Sea Island. It was there that Padgett rolled in a 20-foot birdie putt to clinch the title! #WarEagle 1f985.png

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Live link  http://results.golfstat.com/public/leaderboards/gsnav.cfm?pg=team&tid=15499

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ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Junior Trace Crowe and freshman Brandon Mancheno are tied for seventh individually following the second round of the Southeastern Conference Championship at Sea Island Golf Club Thursday.

Crowe and Mancheno are 1-under overall to lead No. 9 Auburn after posting rounds of 71 each in their second tour of the par-70 Seaside Course.

Crowe carded a team-high four birdies, including three on the back nine, while Mancheno racked up a team-best 15 pars as both players finished 1-over for the day.

Freshman Wells Padgett is tied for 31st after finishing with a 4-over 74. Padgett secured a birdie on the seventh hole to highlight his second circuit of the course.

Junior Ryan Knop and sophomore Jovan Rebula are tied for 44th and 55th, respectively, after finishing with a 2-over 72 each. Knop turned in cards of 36 on both the front and back nine, while Rebula parred his way through the front nine to highlight his day.

The Tigers are positioned in fifth in stroke play following a 6-over 286 Thursday. The top eight teams advance to stroke play after the final round Friday.

No. 11 LSU leads the field at -3 followed by No. 4 Vanderbilt (-1), No. 6 Alabama (+3), Ole Miss (+5), No. 9 Auburn (+6), No. 19 Kentucky (+9), Tennessee (+9), No. 7 Florida (+11), No. 2 Texas A&M (+13), Georgia (+13), No. 16 Arkansas (+14), South Carolina (+15), Mississippi State (+17) and Missouri (+23).

The Tigers are paired with Kentucky and Ole Miss for the final round of stroke play at the SEC Championship. Tee time begins at 7:20 a.m. CT off the first tee box. Live scoring will be available at Golfstat.com.

Team Standings
1. LSU -- 557 (-3)
2. Vanderbilt -- 559 (-1)
3. Alabama -- 563 (+3)
4. Ole Miss -- 565 (+5)
5. Auburn -- 566 (+6)
6. Kentucky -- 569 (+9)
7. Tennessee -- 570 (+10)
8. Florida -- 571 (+11)
T-9. Texas A&M -- 573 (+13)
T-9. Georgia -- 573 (+13)
11. Arkansas -- 574 (+14)
12. South Carolina -- 575 (+15)
13. Mississippi State -- 577 (+17)
14. Missouri -- 583 (+23)

Auburn Individuals
T-7. Trace Crowe -- 67-71--139 (-1)
T-7. Brandon Mancheno -- 67-71--139 (-1)
T-31. Wells Padgett -- 70-74--144 (+4)
T-44. Ryan Knop -- 74-72--146 (+6)
T-55. Jovan Rebula -- 76-72--148 (+8)

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Looking like a possible match-up with Alabama in the quarterfinals tomorrow, but we look solidly locked into match play with Trace Crowe still having a long shot at winning individual title, which I'm assuming is over after today.  Based on the asterisk thing on the site for players playing only individually, that might extend the individual championship into the weekend....I'm sure golf will clarify that.  :bow:  

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Also for golf, how do they do tie-breakers for the match-play seedings?  I'd really rather not play Florida tomorrow morning.

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AU won this morning and now is tied in the match play of the semis with LSU coming down to the last 3 holes.  Been an exciting match.

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In the last 4 matches, AU leads 1, is tied in 1, and trails 2

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TRACE CROWE WITH A HUGE FIFTEEN FOOTER AT 18 to halve the hole.  His match going extra holes.

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Auburn LSU match 3 is coming to the 18th.  AU with a 1 up lead in that one.

Auburn 1 down in Match 4 at the 16th hole.

Auburn 3 down in Match 5 at the 16th hole.

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Match 4 with back to back hole wins to go 1 up to 18.  A halve of the 18th would give Auburn the victory.  Still have match 3 going on as well on its second extra hole.  AU down 2 with 2 to go on match 5.

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Match 3: Auburn lying 2 on the green.  LSU taking an unplayable off the fairway.  Will be taking their third shot.  Advantage AU

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Match 5: Auburn holes a sweeping 25 footer for birdie and wins the hole!  Back to only 1 down to the 18th after being dormie after 15 holes.

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Great lag putt on match 3.  Auburn in with a 4.  LSU will have a putt from off the green (about 25 feet) to extend the match

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VICTORY! Auburn knocks off 1 seed LSU and will advance to the finals tomorrow against the UF/UAT winner.  WDE!

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19 minutes ago, augolf1716 said:

Thanks for updates SC my feed stopped just after Crowe won his match.

Better off with an Iron Bowl Sunday or the Gators?

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34 minutes ago, SCTiger2011 said:

Better off with an Iron Bowl Sunday or the Gators?

Iron Bowl Sunday...........................baby but a Gator chomp would be OK

 

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AU vs UAT will be televised on SEC Network at 6:30 Central time tomorrow morning.  That might even be too early for @augolf1716 to start drinking.

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