Peyton Callens mid swing.

Photo courtesy of Nevada Athletics. Peyton Callens shoots ten under par and finishes tied for tenth.

The men’s golf team placed seventh at their fourth tournament of the year: the Ka’anapali Classic Collegiate in Lahaina, Hawaii.

This tournament has been the lowest the men have placed this year. 

Peyton Callens tied for tenth out of all of the players competing. He had scores of 68 in round one, 70 in round two and 65 in round three. His total was 203 which was ten under par. Callens tied his career low round from the Mountain West Championships in 2021 with his 65 point round. 

Quim Vidal Mora was not too far behind Callens, tying for nineteenth place. Vidal Mora did well in round one, 68, and round two, 66, but round three he shot a high 73. His total was 207, which was six under par. 

Trey Davis and AJ Lintunen both tied for twenty sixth place. Davis shot a 69, 73, 69 and Lintunen shot a 71, 70, 70. Both golfers totaled 211, which was two under par. Davis tied his career low tournament score of being two under par from the Alister MacKenzie Invitational in 2019. 

Adam Thorp was the only teammate to have a total of 225 which was +12 over par. He tied for seventieth place and shot a 78, 73, 74. 

The Wolf Pack in total shot 276 in round one, 279 in round two and 277 in round three for a total of 832 (-20). 

 

Kelsey Middleton can be reached at kelseymiddleton@sagebrush.unr.edu or on Twitter @kelsmiddleunr