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Summerhays Breaks Course Record and Ties NCAA Record

Summerhays broke Golden Horseshoe Country Club course record (Photo by Mark Philbrick/BYU Photo)

RICHMOND -- The BYU Cougars finished strong at the PING/Golfweek Preview Wednesday thanks in part to a record-breaking performance by one of their best.

Daniel Summerhays, a junior from Farmington, Utah, shot a 60 on the par-70 course at the Golden Horseshoe Country Club. The 10-under-par round broke course records on the fairways where the 2007 NCAA Men's Golf Tournament will be played.

The round also tied an NCAA record. Daniel Summerhays joins golfers Brock Mackenzie of Washington (-12), Bryce Molder of Georgia Tech (-12) and Paul Casey of Arizona State (-10) as student-athletes who have shot a round of 60.

"Daniel was great," said head coach Bruce Brockbank. "He has really worked hard to earn this. He really deserved it."

Summerhays ended up finishing the PING/Golfweek Preview in seventh place. He led the No. 12 Cougars to a 12th-place finish where they were tied with Washington.

"As a team, we got to see where we can improve," said assistant coach Todd Miller. "We saw the course and what we need to work on before the National Championships. When we go to the same course for the NCAA we will be in contention to win."

Florida won the tournament with a team score of 834, six-under-par.

T7   Daniel Summerhays  74-75-60--209   -1

T44 Clay Ogden 72-73-73--218 +8

T51 Nick Becker 70-75-75--220 +10

T64 Jake Ellison 71-75-79--225 +15

75 Nick Killpack 82-80-74--236 +26

1 Florida 281-281-272--834 -6

2 Oklahoma 282-280-276--838 -2

3 Texas A&M 280-283-276--839 -1

4 UNLV 283-280-284--847 +7

5 Georgia 279-289-280--848 +8

6 Arizona State 287-284-281--852 +12

T7 Lamar 285-288-282--855 +15

T7 Clemson 290-282-283--855 +15

T9 Georgia Tech 288-297-278--863 +23

T9 Kentucky 292-282-289--863 +23

11 Wake Forest 295-291-278--864 +24

T12 Washington 298-283-286--867 +27

T12 Brigham Young 287-298-282--867 +27

14 Minnesota 290-292-292--874 +34

15 VCU 294-303-289--886 +46

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