James and Canadian Team Tied For Second At World Am. Team Championships
Sept. 28, 2012
ANTALYA, TURKEY - With two-rounds in the books at the World Amateur Team Championships, NC State golfer Augusta James and her Canadian team is tied for second at 3-under par, 285. The event is being held at the par-72 courses of the Gloria Golf Club Antalya, Turkey.
James' squad is tied with Australia, Germany, Japan and New Zealand.
The Wolfpack sophomore shot a 1-under, 71 for her second round to finish the day tied for 29th on the leaderboard with a two-day total of one-over par, 145. James had four birdies on the day, but was hampered by three bogeys over her final nine holes.
James' teammate Brooke Henderson is at 2-under par after shooting back-to-back 71's and is tied for eighth overall. Jennifer Kirby was two over on Friday's round after recording a 74. For the tournament, the University of Alabama senior is two-over after shooting even par in the first round. Kirby is currently in tied for 35th.
For Saturday's third round, James will tee off at noon local time. For scoring updates, go to Golfstat.com.