After her first round at NCAA Columbus Regional on Monday, Shutt is five shots ahead of the top
by: Josh Frketic
Posted: May 10, 2021 / 7:43 PM EDT
Updated: May 10, 2021 / 7:43 PM EDT
Courtesy David Dermer
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WKBN) – Youngstown State golfer Katlyn Shutt leads the first round of NCAA Columbus Regional on Monday by five strokes.
Shutt scored a two-over, 74, with two birdies and four bogeys in her first round on Monday.
Michigan’s Hailey Borja leads the field after a three-under-69.
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As a team, Youngstown State ranks 17th after shooting a combined par of 322.34 over.
Oklahoma leads the way with Two-Under. Only three teams are even or below average after the first round.
The top six teams and three individuals will qualify for the NCAA championships.
The second round game begins Tuesday morning on the Ohio state’s Scarlet Course.