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The Virginia Cavaliers men’s golf team played a brilliant stretch of four holes to end the final round to place sixth at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate this weekend.

As a team, the Hoos shot -10 over the final four holes of the three-round tournament. Virginia finished tied for sixth with Georgia Tech with an eight-under-par 292 as a team. UVA placed sixth out of 15 competing schools.

Sophomore George Duangmanee and junior Pietro Bovari finished tied for ninth on the overall individual leaderboard at -7. 

Duangmanee shot a three-under 69 in round two and a five-under 67 in the final round, including a -4 stretch of two birdies and an eagle on the last four holes of the final round to move into the top 10,

Bovari shot under-par in all three rounds, including -3 in both rounds two and three.

Sophomore Chris Fosdick was also below par for the tournament at -1 and finished tied for 29th on the individual leaderboard.

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Virginia will play in its final event of the fall season at the Daniel Island Invitational in Charleston, South Carolina on October 31st and November 1st. 

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