BYU men’s golf in third place after first round of NCAA Stanford Regional

BYU Junior CJ Lee helps the No. 45 BYU men’s golf team to third place after the first round of NCAA Stanford Regional. (Nate Edwards/BYU Photo)

The BYU men’s golf team is in third place after the first round of the NCAA Stanford Regional with a score of 278 (-2).

Patrick Fishburn and CJ Lee led the team, shooting under par and earning a pair of 67s.

Both Fishburn and Lee shot -3 after they birdied four holes. Fishburn played bogey-free on the front nine and Lee made eagle on the par-4 ninth hole. They are tied for third place individually.

“Today was a good start for our team,” said BYU coach Bruce Brockbank. “But, there is plenty of golf to play and there are many great teams in this regional. I am so proud of CJ (Lee) for stepping up again for the team. It was such a boost to have him shooting in the 60s. Patrick (Fishburn) also played really solid today. It’s fun to watch him lead the team.”

Spencer Dunaway started the round strong, shooting -1 on the front nine and then finished with a 38 on the back nine.

Peter Kuest carded a pair of 36s on the front and back nine. Dunaway and Kuest are tied for 34th place with a score of +2.

Rhett Rasmussen shot +5 in the first round and is tied for 54th placed.

BYU men’s golf will begin round two of the NCAA Stanford Regional on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. PDT at Stanford Golf Course.

Stanford Golf Course is the site where the 1981 BYU men’s golf team won the NCAA Championship.

Live scoring can be found here.

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