California didn’t need extra holes to claim its second consecutive Pac-12 Men's Golf Championship.

The Golden Bears were in a festive mood after claiming their second consecutive Pac-12 Men's Golf Championship with a nine-stroke victory over UCLA Wednesday at the Los Angeles Country Club.

Max Homa jumped out to an early lead with a course-record score of 61 in the opening round and never looked back. The Cal senior followed up his first-day surge with scores of 70, 71, and 69 to finish five strokes ahead of his teammate Michael Weaver. Homa and his parents, Bonnie and John, talk with Pac-12 Networks about his Championships experience.

UCLA head men's golf coach Derek Freeman talks about his team's Pac-12 Championships experience this week at the Los Angeles Country Club.

The Golden Bears added a new patch to the team's hats this week in memory of their recently deceased honorary grandmother, Molly Arnold.

This year's Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year and last year's Pac-12 Champion, Andrew Yun, discusses how he balances the demands of being an excellent student in the classroom as well as a successful golfer on the course.

Pac-12 Networks catches up with Lainie and George Garrick, parents of UCLA freshman Jonathan Garrick, who helped propel the Bruins to a second-place finish at the Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships at the Los Angeles Country Club on Wednesday.

Cal fundraiser Lon Haskew has been a wearing a very vibrant set of footwear at this year's Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships.

Washington men's golfer Chris Williams, who is in a four-way tie for third at 2-under (68-68-72), talks about how he handled the pressure in round three on Tuesday...


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