The Cougars look for their first top-10 finish of the spring season. (Photo by Mark Philbrick/BYU Photo)
HONOLULU -- The BYU men's golf team finished round one of the John Burns Invitational in Honolulu, Hawaii Wednesday in a tie for seventh place and two golfers in the top-20.
Senior Cameron Edens, who finished the Cougars' first spring tournament tied for 32nd place overall, carded four birdies for a 1-under 71 on day one and sits in a tie for eighth place going into round two.
Freshman Cole Ogden joined Edens in the top-20 by carding three birdies en route to a first-round 72 and is currently tied for 17th. The Cougars are only 11 strokes off the lead going into round two.
Coming off of his third top-10 finish of the 2010-11 season at the Arizona Intercollegiate in January, sophomore Zac Blair shot a first-round 76, moving him into a tie for 48th place in the competitive 17-team field.
Senior Esteban Calisto and junior Daniel Reid shot rounds of 75 and 77 respectively. Calisto recorded two birdies as he moved into a tie for 35th place and Reid sits tied for 58th.
The second of three rounds begins Thursday at 8 a.m. local time. Follow the action live by clicking HERE or by visiting www.golfstat.com.
The Field - 2011 John Burns Intercollegiate
T1. Texas A&M
5. BYU Hawaii
6. Fresno State
11. New Mexico
13. Hawaii Pacific
14. Texas El Paso
T7 Brigham Young University
1st rd. 2nd rd. total
T8 Cameron Edens 71 71
T17 Cole Ogden 72 72
T35 Esteban Calisto 75 75
T48 Zac Blair 76 76
T58 Daniel Reid 77 77
Team 294 294