Cardinal In Second After Two Rounds Of Gold Rush Collegiate
Sept. 17, 2004
Calimesa, Calif. -
The Stanford men's golf team sits in second place overall (10 under-par 566) after two rounds at the inaugural Gold Rush California Collegiate Golf Showcase hosted at the PGA of Southern California Golf Course in Calimesa, Calif.
The UCLA Bruins posted a five-under par score of 283 in the morning round on the Legends Course and a six-under par score of 282 in the afternoon on the Champions Course to hold the lead. Stanford, playing in the opposite order of courses, was second at 10-under par 566 largely on the strength of their 10-under score of 278 on the Legends Course in the afternoon round. Tied for third at four-under 572 were Cal Poly SLO and UC San Diego, followed by St. Mary's at two-under par 574.
Freshman golfer Rob Grube shot an even par 72 in the morning and followed that with a six under 66 in the afternoon to bring his two-round total of 138 (-6). Junior Scott MacDonald shot rounds of 73 and 70 to post a one-under par 143. Sophomore Zack Miller also carded a one-under par 143 as well with rounds of 72 and 71. Freshman Teddy Collins recorded rounds of 71 and 73 to bring his two-round total to an even par 144. Junior Kyle Gentry posted a 151 with rounds of 80 and 71 today.
Tournament action concludes tomorrow at the PGA of Southern California Golf Club. Golfstat will host live scoring of the tournament beginning Friday morning. Get complete results at www.golfstat.com.