Tigers Three Strokes Back After The First 18 Holes Of The Big West Championships
May 2, 2011
Mission Viejo, Calif. -
Opening play at the 2011 Big West Championships, the Pacific golf team finished the first 18 holes of play just three strokes off the pace after firing a 291, +3. The Tigers are four strokes ahead of the third place team at the tournament while falling only behind UC Davis which shot an even-par 288 in round one.
Individually, the Tigers were led by senior Alex Johnson who was the lone Tiger to break even in the round with a 72. In an up-and-down round, Johnson posted four birdies, with two coming on both the front and back nine. His even-par round put Johnson into a tie for No. 6 overall, three strokes back of the leader. Cal Poly's Bryan Pierce holds the first round lead at -3 after shooting the lone round in the 60's with a 69.
Pacific is back on the course for round two which can be followed live at at www.golfstat.com.
|2||Pacific, U of||291||291, +3|
|T6||Alex Johnson||72||72, E|
|T8||T.J. Bordeaux||73||73, +1|
|T8||Alex Edfort||73||73, +1|
|T8||Patrich Kucich||73||73, +1|
|T36||Danny Garcia||81||81, +9|