Pendaries takes Duke’s men’s golf to rebound performance at Wake Forest Invitational

Bounce from An approximate 12th place the previous weekend, Duke put together three rounds of solid golf to finish fourth at the Wake Forest Invitational on the legendary Pinehurst No. 2.

If only one word could be used to describe the Blue Devils’ performance on Monday and Tuesday, it would be consistent. The team’s top scorer and top scorer finished just 12 shots apart, with the same margin between the 11 teams in the tournament. Also, at no time during the entire tournament did a Blue Devil score outside of the top 32 people in play.

“I think the guys … put themselves in a good position on the 36-hole day,” said coach Jamie Green. “Obviously, [Adrien Pendaries] he played a little better and more consistently than the group, but overall I think he was a great rebound for us. We didn’t really play well in the previous tournament and it was great for us to regroup. “

Pendaries, an elder from Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, was able to battle the current to finish fourth individually, his second …

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