Milton, GA (Sports Network) - California's Max Homa carded a 4-under 66 on
Thursday to win the individual title at the NCAA Men's Golf Championship.
Homa's birdie-free round placed him at 9-under-par 201 through 54 holes and
lifted him to a 3-stroke victory over six players, including second-round
leader Jon Rahm from Arizona State, who slipped to a 1-over 71 during his
Florida State's Daniel Berger (68), Auburn's Dominic Bozzelli (66), Rick Lamb
(69) from Tennessee, UNLV's Kevin Penner (68) and Texas' Brandon Stone (68)
joined Rahm in second place at the Crabapple Course of Capital City Club.
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