Bears at The Goodwin
BERKELEY – California men's golf will compete in its fourth tournament of the spring this week, playing in The Goodwin at Stanford Golf Course (par 70). The 54-hole tourney will take place Thursday, March 25 through Saturday, March 27.
The annual event hosted by Stanford will feature a field of 28 teams: Stanford, Arizona State, TCU, Nevada, Denver, Colorado, San Diego, Georgia Tech, Washington State, Cal Baptist, USC, SMU, Long Beach, FAU, Cal, Minnesota, BYU, Saint Mary's, Pacific, UC Davis, Cal Poly, Santa Clara, Northwestern, Washington, Oregon, San Jose State, UCLA and Pepperdine. The Cardinal is the defending champion, winning the event in 2019 with a score of 832 (-8). 2020's tournament was canceled. The last Golden Bear to win The Goodwin was Han Lee in 2000 (201).
Here is how the Bears' lineup will look:
1. James Song
2. Finigan Tilly
3. Kyle Maspat
4. Sampson Zheng
5. Aaron Du
The Bears finished 13th at the Cabo Collegiate on March 3, led by freshman Sampson Zheng whose 225 (+9) strokes placed him in a tie for 43rd. Senior Finigan Tilly (T53), freshman Aaron Du (T56) and James Song (T60) also scored for the Bears earlier this month.
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The Goodwin will consist of three rounds over three days beginning on March 25. Live stats will be available here. To follow Cal men's golf this season, visit calbears.com, or follow the team on Twitter, and Instagram.