NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Rising sophomore men’s golfer Arjuna Anday will serve as an alternate for the 89th Amateur Public Links following his top-three finish at the Nashville qualifier.

Anday competed in the Nashville qualifier at the Harpeth Hills Golf Course on June 17. The Murfreesboro, Tennessee, native compiled a two-round score of 145 to finish tied for third, earning him the second alternate spot for the Public Links tournament to be held at Sand Creek Station Golf Course in Newtown, Kansas from July 14-19. In its 89th year of existence, this year’s event will serve as the final Public Links tournament to be held by the USGA.

At Harpeth Hills, Anday finished just one stroke off second-place finisher Cayman Ratliff and two strokes behind winner Philip Lee, the two automatic qualifiers.

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