TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – Senior All-American John Pak helped lead the Florida State Men’s Golf team to a good start on the new season. He carded a 3-under 69 on the day and helped put the Seminoles in fourth place after the first round of the Camp Creek Seminole Invitational at Camp Creek Golf Club in Watersound, Fla.
Pak’s 3-under ties him for sixth on the player leaderboard, which is only five strokes back from first place Jacob Bridgeman from Clemson. He shot three birdies and didn’t shoot anything worse than a par all day.
Despite not being attached to FSU in the tournament, redshirt sophomore Cole Anderson actually had the lowest score by a Seminole, shooting a 5-under 67 to tie for second. It was a very strong start to what looks to be a very promising second season for Anderson.
He made six birdies total in the first round, along with shooting 4-under on the back nine holes.
Redshirt senior Greyson Porter and graduate transfer Vincent Norrman were also contributors to the team’s score after recording 1-under 71 and an even-par 72, respectively.
Freshman Brett Roberts had a solid collegiate debut, carding 1-over 73, and senior Conner Futrell also shot the same score. All six FSU golfers are placed in the top 30 on the player leaderboard after the first day of competition.
The Seminoles are fourth in the 10-team field at 3-under (285). The teams that are ahead of FSU on the leaderboard after the first round include Clemson (-12), Wake Forest (-6), and Duke (-5), with North Carolina (E) right behind the Noles at fifth.
The second round of the Camp Creek Seminole Invitational starts Monday at 10 a.m. CT. You can follow the leaderboard for the tournament on golfstat.com.