GREENWOOD, S.C. -- The Columbus State men's golf team shot a 7-over-par 295 on Saturday in the second round of the Peach Belt Conference championships.
That was only two shots worse than Friday's first round, but it still resulted in a drop from a tie for fourth to ninth for the 13th-ranked Cougars.
CSU trails Georgia Southwestern (295-587) by one, Lander (291-586) by two and Armstrong State (289-585) by three.
Flagler kept the lead with a 2-under 286 and a 10-under 566 total. USC Aiken (286-568) is two shots back.
Kyung Jae Lee led CSU with a an even-par 72. He is tied for 10th at 1-under 143. Gideon van der Vyver had a 73 and is tied for28th at 3-over 147.
Yannick Gumowski shot a 74 and is tied for 54th at 154, while Taylor Martin shot a 76 and is tied for 46th at 152.
Robert Mize's 77 did not count toward Saturday's team score. He is tied for35th at 149.