Texas Grabs Lead In First Round of Taylor Made Men's Golf Tournament
Feb. 16, 2001
Waikoloa, Hawaii ï¿½ While his team grabbed a five-stroke lead in the first round of the Taylor Made Intercollegiate Golf Tournament, the University of Texas' Matt Dobyns shot an even par to lead the three-day event.
With winds blowing in the 20-30 miles range and gusts up to 40 mph at the Waikoloa Kings' and Beach courses, Dobyns played the Beach and took a four-stroke lead over TCU's Scott Volpitto and Stephen Polanski, Arizona State's Matt Jones, and CSU-Bakersfield's Mike Plate. A stroke behind with 75s were Georgia Tech's Troy Matteson, Texas' Matt Brost, UCLA's Parker McLachlin and BYU's Scott Miller.
Behind Texas' 22-over-par 302, were TCU (307), Oregon (308), Arizona State (313), CSU-Bakersfield (315), Brigham Young (317), UCLA and USC (320), Georgia Tech and Rhode Island (321), Oklahoma (325), Pepperdine (328), Nevada (329), UC-Santa Barbara (331), Texas A&M (332), Arkansas (333), Hawaii, Nagoya and Oregon State (334), San Diego State and Washington (336), San Francisco (343), Southern Methodist (349) and Hawaii Hilo (358).
Complete results are available at http:\\vulcans.uhh.hawaii.edu.