Freshmen lead Cal Poly on Day 1 of Oregon State Invitational
CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Cal Poly men’s golf team is tied for 11th at the end of the unfinished second round of the Oregon State Invitational on Monday at Trysting Tree Golf Club.
Coach Phil roweThe Mustangs share 11th place with Pacific at 25 above par on the 7,384-yard course at par 71.
Washington leads at 16 under par, followed by Boise State and Utah. Only 16 of the 84 players completed the second round, suspended by the darkness, with the rest having one to four holes to complete. The second round will be completed on Tuesday morning followed by a shotgun start for the final round around 8.45am.
Individually, Washington’s RJ Manke leads at seven under par with three holes to play, followed by Boise State’s Hugo Townsend at six under with three holes remaining and Boise State’s Skyler Eubank at five under with two holes to play.
All five Mustang golfers must complete two holes before moving on to the last round.
First-year student Drawn Kim, playing in his first collegiate tournament, outscored all Cal Poly markers at the end of the second round at two-over-par, tied for 25th place with six other golfers. Kim got a 73 in the first round and even tied for 16 holes in his second round.
Baron Szeto, another Mustang freshman, is tied for 43rd place at six above par. He registered a 77 in the first round and even tied for 16 holes in his second round.
Joey zambri and Parker Mapes share 65th place with two other golfers at 11 above par while Austin liu is tied for 79th place at 13 above par. Zambri shot a first round 79, Mapes a 77 and Liu 76.
Kim is fifth in par 4 with a score of two under par and her eight birdies over 34 holes are tied for sixth.