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WSU Sits in a Tie for 10th After One Round at Bandon Dunes

Mar 6, 2022

BANDON, Ore. – The Washington State men's golf team ended the first round of the 2022 Bandon Dunes Championship in a tie for 10th on the team leaderboard after 18 holes of play, while freshman Peter Jung carded even-par in the first round to sit in a tie for 11th on the player leaderboard.

Washington State carded 13-over par; 303 in the first round of the Bandon Dunes Championship. The Cougars posted the second-best par-5 score during their first go-around at the Sheep Ranch Golf Course, as WSU shot 5-under on par-5 holes.

Jung, who is playing the tournament as an individual, shot even-par over his first 18 holes of play to end his day in a tie for 11th. Sophomore Jaden Cantafio also sits inside the top-25 on the player leaderboard at the end of the first round, as he carded 2-over; 73. Junior Pono Yanagi ended his day just a few slots behind Cantafio after he carded 3-over; 74 to finish the round in a tie for 31st.

Kansas sits in first place after 18 holes of play at the 2022 Bandon Dunes Championships after carding 1-under; 283. There is a four-way tie for first place on the player leaderboard at the end of the first round, as Kansas' Luke Kluver, Oregon's Owen Avrit, and San Jose State's Caleb Shetler and Carl Corpus each carded 3-under; 68.

The second round of the 2022 Bandon Dunes Championship will tee off Tuesday, March 7, at 8:30 a.m. PT. Fans can follow all the action at GolfStat.com.

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