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Men’s Golf Has Big Day In Pebble Beach

Nov 9, 2021

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – The Oregon State men's golf team jumped eight spots in the standings of the Saint Mary's Invitational Tuesday as the Beavers finished with a 3-under 281 in their second round of action.
The Beavers came into Tuesday's play in 16th place but rebounded and will enter Wednesday's final round in eighth at a combined 7-over 575. OSU finished at 10-over 294 on Monday. The Poppy Hills Golf Club is set at a par-71, 7,002 yards during the invitational.
Oregon State is just two shots behind seventh-place LMU.

"Today, we played with confidence," Oregon State head coach Jon Reehoorn said. "And we played like we have been playing at home for the last few weeks.
"Today doesn't mean anything for tomorrow. It's a new day. We start back at zero and need to be ready to go like this morning."
Three Beavers finished at or under par on Tuesday. Carson Enright had the best day of the Beavers' five, posting a 4-under 67. He improved by nine strokes after tallying a 5-over 76 on Monday. He will enter the tournament's final day tied for 30th at 1-over. Enright has seven birdies over the first two days.
Mateo Fuenmayor and Nolan Thourghood both finished at par on Tuesday. Fuenmayor has shot par both days and finds himself tied for 22nd entering Wednesday's play. He has 10 birdies over the first 36 holes.
Thoroughgood, meanwhile, improved by three strikes from Monday's play and is at a 3-over 145 heading into Wednesday. He is tied for 43rd on the strength of eight birdies.
Carson Barry improved by five strokes Tuesday, finishing the second round with a 1-over 72. He is tied for 78th at 7-over 149. He has six birdies over the first 36 holes.
Jackson Lake will enter Wednesday's final round at 5-over 147, which places him in a tie for 61st. Lake posted a 3-over 74 on Tuesday. He has four birdies over the first two days.
The final round of the Saint Mary's Invitational is set to get underway at 8 a.m. PT Wednesday.
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