Holliday, USCA Widen Gap at PBC Men’s Golf Championship

Holliday, USCA Widen Gap at PBC Men’s Golf Championship

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA – USC Aiken fired the lowest team round in PBC history and widened their gap on the field in the second round of the PBC men's golf championship at the World Golf Village.  The Pacers shot an eye-popping team 277 (-11) and now hold a 14-stroke lead.  Columbus State turned in another strong round with a one-over 289.  Young Harris is in third with Lander and Flagler tied for fourth.  The championship will conclude with 18 holes on Sunday.

Holliday's 66 is the lowest round fired at the PBC Championship since USCA's Matt Atkins posted a 65 in the second round of the 2013 event.  Holliday blitzed the front nine in 32 with four birdies and no bogies. He added three more birdies on the second nine, with a bogey on 17 his only blemish.

USCA's Axel Ostensson jumped 11 spots into fourth with a second-round 70 while teammate August Lindvall was the big mover of the day, jumping 22 spots into a tie for fifth with a second-round 68.

Columbus State's Gideon van der Vyver followed up his opening-round 72 with a 70 on Saturday to move up three spots into third.

Georgia Southwestern's Vincent Norrman remained in second place after following his opening-round 70 with a one-under 71.  Norrman is seven strokes off the pace.

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