The Seymour golf team recently competed in the Inter-Mountain Athletic Conference (IMAC) golf tournament in Morristown at Clinchview Golf Course.
The Eagles finished fourth but could have tied for first if it weren’t for signing an incorrect score card. A Seymour player turned in and signed a scorecard that showed he made two shots higher than he actually did. Therefore, the Eagles shot a team score of 329, while three other teams, South-Doyle, Cocke County and Jefferson County shot 327 and tied for first.
Parker Rudder led the Eagles with 78, followed by Justice Murphy with 81, Trey Myrick with 81 and Connor Sharp with 89.
The tournament was played from the back tees, which really affects scoring.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.