Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

GOLF ROUNDUP; UGa Third, UF Fourth in SEC Tourney

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

GOLF ROUNDUP; UGa Third, UF Fourth in SEC Tourney

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Kentucky won its first Southeastern Conference men's golf championship Sunday, while Tennessee's David Skinns won individual top honors.

Kentucky shot a three-over 283 Sunday to finish the three-round tournament at 875, two shots ahead of Auburn on the 7,005-yard Seaside Court at the Sea Island Golf Club in St. Simons Island.

Skinns had a three-round score of 210, one shot better than Georgia's Richard Scott.

Georgia, the 2004 SEC champion, was third with at 883. Florida, which led after Saturday's round, was fourth at 888.

SEC women's tournament: Florida freshman Whitney Myers earned second place individually, but the Gators could only muster a sixth-place team finish in a tight competition at Tunica National Golf Course in Tunica, Miss.

Myers was 4-over 220 over the three-day event, good for second behind medalist Stacey Lewis of Arkansas, who was at 214.

Tiffany Chudy (229) finished tied for 19th and Sandra Gal tied for 22nd for the Gators. …

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