A.C. Flora Goes Back-to-Back to Capture 2024 Keiser University College of Golf Palmetto Championship

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A.C. Flora (S.C.) finished its charge to back-to-back titles in April, with all scoring golfers shooting at or under par in final-round play at True Blue to capture the 2024 Keiser University College of Golf Palmetto Championship at Tradition Golf Club, True Blue Golf Club and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club.




Thomas Lamar fired a 6-under 66 to lead his team’s scoring in Round 3, with Coleman Ferguson (68), Charles Cauthen (72) and Owen Atkinson (72) helping A.C. Flora finish at 16-under par for the tournament. Charlotte Latin-A (N.C.) and Chapin (S.C.) finished second and third, respectively, in the overall team standings.

Chapin’s Chase Cline (-11 for the tournament) captured individual medalist honors in a two-hole playoff over C.J. Peterson of North Raleigh Christian Academy (N.C.). With both players earning pars on the first playoff hole at True Blue’s No. 18, Cline sunk a lengthy birdie putt on No. 1 to seal the victory.


Sage Bradshaw of Hilton Head Christian Academy (S.C.), Chase Kosney of Dorman (S.C.) and Lamar rounded out the top five golfers in the overall individual standings.


The Palmetto is a 54-hole, collegiate-style tournament that has grown in demand and popularity to attract more than 40 teams each year from as many as 10 states and Canada, spanning the continent from the Carolinas to Texas to California. Past participants include such PGA TOUR stars Rickie Fowler, Harris English and Austin Eckroat, with this year’s field loaded with young talent that looks to someday join them at the highest level.

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