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Beavers Off To Good Start At Pac-12 Championship

Apr 26, 2021

SANTA ROSA, Calif. Spencer Tibbits led four Oregon State golfers sitting among the top 27 through the midway point of the Pac-12 Championship on Monday.
The Beavers are tied for fifth place in the six-count-five format after shooting an even-par 357-363--720 on a long 36-hole day at the par-72, 6,785-yard Mayacama Golf Club.
The third round of the 72-hole, three-day championship begins at 10 a.m. on Tuesday and live scoring is available at
Tibbits was 4 over through his first nine holes of the tourney before playing the final 27 holes in 6 under to put him in a tie for 15th place with a 2-under 72-70--142. He had nine birdies on the day.
Jackson Lake (73-70) and Shawn Lu (69-74) are both tied for 21st place with a 1-under 143. Lake had a team-high 10 birdies, five in each round, while Lu had an eagle on the par-5, 537-yard 15th hole in his first round and six total birdies.
Kyosuke Hara was solid throughout the day, shooting an even-par 73-71--144 with six birdies and nothing worse than a bogey that has him in a tie for 27th place.
Carson Barry is tied for 44th place with a 4-over 70-78--148 and Mateo Fuenmayor is in 70th with a 12-over 74-82--156. Barry also eagled the par-5, 537-yard 15th hole in the first round.
Arizona State (25-under 695) and Arizona (24-under 696) jumped ahead of the pack after the first 36 holes. The Sun Devils' Ryggs Johnston shot an 11-under 133 to hold the individual lead by a stroke over Oregon's Yuki Moriyama.
Coverage of the three-day event will be featured across and Pac-12 social media channels, culminating with a special half hour recap on Pac-12 Network.  
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