Walor Named PBC Golfer Of The Week
AUGUSTA, Ga. – After registering a trio of rounds in the 60s en route to finishing second at the talent-laden Bobcat Invitational in Eatonton, Ga., on Monday and Tuesday, senior Jordan Walor has been named this week's Peach Belt Conference Male Golfer of the Week, the league office announced Thursday.
Walor, a Wake Forest native, carded rounds of 68, 68 and 67 to finish with a seven-under-par 203 and a second place finish at the Georgia College-hosted Bobcat Intercollegiate on Monday and Tuesday. He finished just one stroke off the pace set by Lynn's Daniel Young in a tournament which featured 14 of the nation's top-30 teams. The winner of three tournaments this season, Walor's 203 is the lowest 54-hole tournament shot by any PBC golfer this season and he becomes the only PBC golfer to card three consecutive rounds in the 60s amid a 54-hole event.
Walor's efforts lowered his stroke average to a conference-leading 71.5 – a number which is on pace to go down as the third-lowest season average in league history. His efforts helped the Braves to a third-place finish at Monday and Tuesday's tournament which featured seven other PBC squads.
Currently rated as the nation's 27th-best individual in terms of stroke average, Walor boasts a career average of 72.5 and boasts 21 top-10 finishes and 16 top-five finishes. He has captured eight tournament championships in his career in Pembroke, while Thursday's announcement from the league office marked his fifth career PBC Golfer of the Week accolade.