Cougars Can't Climb Back on Day Two
AUBURN, Wash. -- Zac Blair posted a career-low 68 Tuesday as the BYU men’s golf team concluded a 13th place finish at the Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational in Auburn, Washington.
“Zac (Blair) started off well and got after it today,” said BYU head coach Bruce Brockbank. “I was pleased with his performance, but as a team we were pretty mediocre this weekend and we have a lot to work on before we can start being successful.”
After finishing day one at seven over par, Blair rallied back on day two, posting six birdies and only two bogies to record a 4-under 68 and tie the career mark he set during the 2010 spring season. He concluded the weekend tied for 21st place.
In his first tournament as a Cougar, senior Cameron Edens concluded a +7 weekend by sinking two birdies and posting a 2-over 74 in round three to finish tied for 33rd place.
The Cougars return to the links September 27 as they compete in the Mark Simpson Invitational in Denver, Colorado.
“We need to work harder and be more consistent,” Brockbank said. “We have a couple tournaments coming up and hopefully we can put some good rounds together and improve as a team.”
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- 2010 Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational
13 Brigham Young University
1st rd. 2nd rd. 3rd rd. total
T21 Zac Blair 75 76 68 219
T33 Cameron Edens 74 75 74 223
T44 Adam Tebbs 75 73 77 225
T53 Esteban Calisto 79 71 77 227
T55 Alton Anderson 75 76 77 228
Team 299 295 296 890
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