Bruins Led by 12 t The Prestige
Oct. 17, 2005
The UCLA men's golf team was in first place after day one of The Prestige, hosted by UC Davis and Stanford at the PGA West golf complex in Palm Springs.
The second round of play was suspended due to darkness after a brief rain delay. The 18-team field will finish the second round on Tuesday morning before beginning the final round later in the day.
The Bruins posted a team score of 280 (-8) in the first round and were even par through 13 holes in the second round. Stanford was second at four-over par, followed by UC Irvine and Illinois at five-over. BYU was in fifth place at eight-over par.
Individually, UCLA freshman Lucas Lee was tied for first place at four-under par through 13 holes of round two. He posted an even par score of 72 in the first round. Junior Chris Heintz was tied for fifth at two-under through 17 holes of the second round. He posted a 70 (-2) in round one. Sophomore Daniel Im was tied for eighth place at one-under par through 15 holes. He carded a 71 (-1) in the first round. Freshman Erik Flores, who carded a 69 (-3) in the first round, was tied for 14th at one-over par through 14 holes in the second round. Junior Joakim Renstrom was tied for 21st at three-over par through 15 holes. He posted a 73 (+1) in the first round.
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