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Nov. 27, 2007

COLUMBIA – South Carolina sophomore George Bryan IV finished tied for 14th with a three-round total of 212 (-1) in the Western Refining College All-American Golf Classic played Nov. 19-20 at the El Paso Country Club. The field was made up of 2006-07 All-Americans, including three other players from Southeastern Conference Schools. Wake Forest’s Webb Simpson won the event by three strokes after a record-setting second round and five birdies on the back nine of his final round.

Bryan’s tournament got off to a good start with a 69 (-2) in round one, but an up and down round two put him in 21st place heading into the final day’s play. The round got off to an inauspicious beginning with a bogey on the opening hole. A birdie on the par-4 15th got the Gamecock sophomore back to even before the turn. Rock steady over the next five par 4s, Bryan birdied the par-3 third and added two more birdies on the par-4 fifth and sixth holes to get to three under. A bogey on No. 8 set him back a stroke, but Bryan capped the round with an eagle on the par-5 ninth hole to move up seven spots into 14th place in the 28-player field.