STOCKTON, California – The BYU men’s golf team took fourth place at the Stockton Pacific Invitational on Saturday. Senior Cole Ogden also finished in fourth place as an individual in the tournament.
“Cole came in and had a pretty good tournament,” BYU head coach Bruce Brockbank said. “For him to finish fourth the we he hit the ball today, kudos to him. Now that it’s the offseason, the guys have to go to work. I think we’re capable, but we’re going to have to figure some stuff out in the next few months.”
This was the last tournament of the fall. BYU shot four-over-par as a team. Washington State took won the tournament (-11).
Ogden took took fifth place shooting a season-low of a 209.
“I’ll definitely give credit to my short game,” Ogden said. “I hit the ball poorly, but I chipped and putted very well. Overall, it was a good week. As a team we definitely have to kick it in gear for the spring.”
Senior Joe Parkinson finished in a tie for 14th place, shooting par in the final round. Freshman Austin Banz tied for 23rd, shooting 3-over-par. Senior Jordan Rodgers finished in 33rd place, shooting 5-over-par. Junior Tommy Highman took 55th, shooting 15-over-par.
BYU men’s golf will start again on Jan. 26-27 for the spring season at the Arizona Intercollegiate.