The Brigham Young University Cougar Classic was the Nevada men’s golf team’s last classic of the regular season. After two days of play on April 22 and 23, the men finished in fifth place.
The Riverside Country Club has a 7142 yard course that is a par 72. Three Division I ranked teams competed in the Classic: Nevada ranked 35, Boise State University ranked 48, and BYU ranked 50.
In round one, three players hit under par. Adam Thorp was five under, Quim Vidal Mora was four under and Michael Sarro was under two. AJ Lintunen was close to par but hit one over due to four bogeys. Trey Davis scored a +5 and Peyton Callens had a +7. The total for round one was 288.
Only Vidal Mora hit under par in round two at -2. Callens improved to hit even. Davis and Sarro finished over par by two. Lintunen hit a +4 and Thorp was over by 7. The round two overall score was 290.
Nevada did best in the third round. Vidal Mora, Davis and Sarro all hit one under par. Thorp came even to par. Callens and Lintunen both shot a +2. The total for round three was 287.
Overall, Nevada shot 865, which was one over par. They tied for fifth place with Boise State and Utah Valley University. BYU came in first with a total of 832, -32 to par.
The next competition for the men is the Mountain West Championship on April 29 to May 1. It will be held in Bremerton, Wash. at the Gold Mountain Golf Course.
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