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UNC Men's Golf Cruises To Victory In New York


Ryan Burnett tied the course record to win his first collegiate title and UNC compiled its second-lowest score to par in school history to win the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate by 35 strokes Monday at Turning Stone Resorts in upstate New York. Burnett shot 64 on Monday to tie the course record UNC freshman Austin Greaser set Sunday. (GoHeels.com)

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