TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – Sophomore Frederik Kjettrup led the way once again for the Florida State Men’s Golf Team, tying for ninth through the first two stroke-play rounds at the Jackson Stephens Cup held at the Alotian Golf Club in Roland, Ark.
The native of Demark is tied for ninth among the reduced-size 36-player men’s field. Florida State is fifth out of six teams as it shot 19-over (300-295) through the first two rounds. Kjettrup carded an overall score of 3-over (73-74) on the day.
Of his 36 holes played on Monday, Kjettrup recorded a birdie on eight of them. Five of his eight birdies came on the course’s back nine holes.
.@KjettrupF continues to lead the way ↗️
— FSU Golf (@FSUGolf) October 19, 2021
Freshman Michael Mays made a strong collegiate debut after finishing 4-over (75-73) on the day and tying for 13th. Sophomore Brett Roberts is tied for 15th at 5-over (75-74), and Dan Bradbury is tied for 21st at 7-over (77-74).
Connor Futrell is 26th at 9-over (78-75) for the Seminoles.
One more round of stroke play will be completed on Tuesday to set the format for the final day of match play on Wednesday, which will be based on stroke-play seeding (1 vs. 2, 3 vs. 4, 5 vs. 6).
Notre Dame (-7) was the only team to finish under par through the first two rounds, leading the field so far. Arizona (+4) is in second place, Alabama in third (+6), Arkansas in fourth (+11), FSU in fifth (+19) and San Diego State (+31) in the sixth and final spot.
GOLF CHANNEL will air Tuesday’s final stroke-play round from 3-6 p.m. ET.