Cougars in fourth, Kuest tied for seventh at Geiberger


LA QUINTA, Calif. — Behind a second-round 68 from Peter Kuest, BYU men’s golf sits in fourth place after two rounds of the Geiberger Invitational on Monday.

The Cougars fired 290-284 to finish the day in fourth place at -2 held at the PGA West Nicklaus Tournament Course. Fresno State leads all teams at -9 while host and West Coast Conference foe LMU is in second place at -7.

Kuest shot 74 in round one, followed by a 68 in the second round. The sophomore is tied for seventh place at -2 after birdying eight holes on Monday.

Rhett Rasmussen carded 73-70 to shoot -1 and tie for 12th place. Rasmussen birdied six holes Monday. After 36 holes of the 54-hole event, Patrick Fishburn is tied for 15th place. Fishburn shot -1 in round one, prior to shooting +1 in round two.

CJ Lee and Spencer Dunaway are tied for 25th place. Lee and Dunaway both fired a pair of 73s to shoot +2 through 36 holes.

BYU men's golf will play the third and final round of the Geiberger Invitational on Tuesday. Pairings will tee off holes 1 and 10 starting at 7:30 a.m. PT. Links to live stats can be found on the BYU men's golf schedule page

Geiberger Invitational- April 9, 2018

PlacePlayerRound 1Round 2TotalTo-Par
T7Peter Kuest7468142-2
T12Rhett Rasmussen7370143-1
T15Patrick Fishburn7173144E
T25CJ Lee7373146+2
T25Spencer Dunaway7373146+2


PlaceTeamRound 1Round 2TotalTo-Par
1Fresno State291276567-9
3Santa Clara296276572-4
5Cal Poly294286580+4
9San Diego291296587+11
10CSU Northridge297297594+18
12Menlo College300325625+49​