LA QUINTA, Calif. – Only two Oregon golfers were able to play all 18 holes on Monday during the…
Second Round Suspended Due to Darkness
UCLA's six-under score through 30 holes (it only finished 12 as a team today), currently paces the field.
Sophomore Jonathan Woo shot an even 71 today to lead the Ducks and freshman Sulman Raza carded a two-over 73. Raza's two-day total of 144 (71-73) has him in a tie for 19th heading into the final day at PGA West while Woo's 148 (77-71) places him in a tie for 43rd.
Senior Tyler Parker put together a round of 74 today (+3) to bring his two day total to 146 (+4, 72-74). He is in a tie for 30th. Senior Robbie Ziegler (72-76=148) and freshman Brandon McIver (76-75=151) are in a tie for 43rd and 60th, respectively.
The schools that didn't complete second round play will finish tomorrow morning beginning at 7 a.m. The third and final round is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. Live coverage of the final round at The Prestige is available at golfgamebook.com.
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