No. 4 California Finishes in Sixth Place at Husky Invitational
Sept. 30, 2003
Bremerton, Wash. - The No. 4 ranked (Golfweek) California men's golf team finished in sixth place at the Husky Invitational with a score of 1119 (+39). The host team, Washington, won the event in runaway fashion posting a score of 1087 (+7). The Huskies were 21 strokes better than second place San Diego State (+28). The tournament featured six man teams with the top five scores counting toward the team total.
Cal senior Scott Carlyle was one of three golfers under par. He finished tied for second place in the individual tournament with a score of 215 (-1), seven strokes behind Husky senior All-American Brock Mackenzie (-8). Cal junior Jeff Hood had the second best overall score for Cal shooting a 225 (+9), good for a tie for 27th place.
Carlyle shot the low round of the tournament for Cal in the first round. His 69 was bested only twice by third round 68's from Mackenzie and UCLA's Steve Conway.
The 54-hole tournament at the par-72, 7,035-yard Olympic Course features ten teams, including six from the Pac-10 and Tohoku Fukushi of Japan.
Next Cal heads to the Midwest for the Windon Memorial Classic, Oct. 6-7, in Glenview Ill.
Top Five Teams1. Washington 365-366-356=1087 (+7)2. San Diego State 372-373-363=1108 (+28)3. UCLA 371-376-364=1111 (+31)4. Brigham Young 364-380-373=1117 (+37) Washington State 376-374-367=1117 (+37)
Top Five Individuals 1. Brock Mackenzie, Washington 70-70-68=208 (-8) 2. Cory Segall, San Diego State 73-71-71=215 (-1) Scott Carlyle, California 69-74-72=215 (-1) 4. Todd Miller, BYU 73-72-72=217 (+1) 5. Jordan Madison, Washington State 72-73-73=218 (+2) John Merrick, UCLA 72-71-75=218 (+2) Erik Olson, Washington 73-73-72=218 (+2)