Men's Golf Kicks Off the Spring at the John Burns Intercollegiate
LIHUE, Hawaii – The Washington State men's golf team open the spring portion of the 2021-22 schedule this week as the Cougars head to Hawai'i to participate in the John Burns Intercollegiate. The three-day tournament will be played at the Ocean Course at Hokuala with competition starting Thursday, Feb. 17 and ending Saturday, Feb. 19.
The Course and Format:
The 2022 John Burns Intercollegiate will take place Feb. 17-Feb. 19 at the Ocean Course at Hokuala in Lihue, Hawaii. Each day will consist of one 18-hole round. The Ocean Course at Hokuala is a 7,156-yard course that plays as a par 72.
Each round of the 2022 John Burns Intercollegiate will feature a shotgun start that begins at 10 a.m. PT.
Redshirt senior Max Sekulic will tee-off from the No. 1 slot for the Cougs in their first tournament of the spring. Freshman Peter Jung and junior Pono Yanagi will be in the No. 2 and 3 spots, respectively. Sophomore Nate Plaster will man the No. 4 position, while sophomore Jaden Cantafio will play from the tournament from the No. 5 slot.
In addition to Washington State, Arizona, Cal, Utah and USC will be participating at the 2022 John Burns Intercollegiate. BYU, Fresno State, Grand Canyon, Hawaii at Manoa, Long Beach, New Mexico, Northern Colorado, Saint Mary's, Santa Clara, Texas A&M, UC Irvine, UNLV and UTEP round out the field.
Fans can follow all the action from the 2022 John Burns Intercollegiate at GolfStat.com.
Last Time Out
The Washington State men's golf team concluded the Saint Mary's Invitational in a three-way tie for 10th place on the player leaderboard Wednesday, Nov. 10, as Washington State posted a score of 864 (+10) over three rounds of play at Poppy Hills Golf Club.
The Cougars moved up two spots on the team leaderboard in the third round, as Washington State carded 3-over par, 287 in its final round at the Saint Mary's Invitational. Washington State moved up the team leaderboard in by two-or-more spots in both the second and third rounds, as the Cougars concluded the tournament in a three-way tie for 10th with San Diego and Santa Clara.
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