OSU Heads To Los Angeles For Cleveland Golf Classic
Feb. 27, 2003
CORVALLIS, Ore. - -
TEEING OFF: The 16-team field is scheduled to play a total of 54 holes at the Cleveland Golf Classic, hosted by defending champion USC. Squads will play 36 holes Monday and finish with 18 Tuesday. Five players will compete for each team, with the low four scores counting toward the team total each day.
THE COURSE: The par-71, 6,815-yard North Ranch Country Club hosts the tournament; the course is known for its fast, undulating greens.
THE FIELD: A total of 17 teams make up the field at the Classic. Only four reside in the Golfweek top 25, but 11 are in the top 50. Here's the lineup, with rank in parentheses: Arizona State (33), BYU (45), California (39), Fresno State (41), Houston (72), Ohio State (57), Oklahoma (30), Oregon (58), Oregon State (51), Pepperdine (16), San Diego State (36), Stanford (86), Tennessee (25), UCLA (8), UC-Santa Barbara (139), USC (29), Washington (20).