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Women's Golf at the Pac-12 Preview

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  1. cmgoods

    cmgoods Olympic Sports Mod Club Member

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    The women's golf team is back in action Monday and Tuesday when they travel to the Pac-12 Preview at the prestigious Nanea Golf Club in Kona, Hawaii. The University of Hawaii will be hosting and is the only non Pac-12 team competing with the 11 Pac-12 schools (Utah doesn't have a team).

    The 54-hole event is the first non-member tournament ever to be held at par-73, 6,112-yard Nanea Golf Club in the 10-year history of the course. The golfers will play 36 holes on Mon., Nov. 4 and 18 holes on Tues., Nov. 5, with each morning round beginning with a shotgun start at 7:30 a.m. HT (10:30 a.m. PT/11:30 a.m. MT).


    The field for the Pac-12 Preview features six teams ranked in the top 10 according to Golfweek (Oct. 20), including the top-three teams in the nation: Arizona (9), Arizona State (10), California (25), Colorado (43), Hawaii, Oregon (30), Oregon State, Stanford (3), UCLA (1), USC (2), Washington (5) and Washington State.


    Individually, the Pac-12 Conference has eight golfers ranked in the top 25, five of the top 10, according to Golfweek: Allison Lee, UCLA (1); Kyung Kim, USC (2), Mariah Stackhouse, Stanford (5); Lindsey Weaver, Arizona (8); SooBin Kim, Washington (9); Noemi Jimenez, Arizona State (20); Charlotte Thomas, Washington (21); Bronte Law, UCLA (22).

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    Course:Nanea Golf Club: 2013 Pac-12 Preview Par 73 - 6112 Yards
    current
    position
    team scoring rounds total
    score
    to par thru today 1
    T1 -10 F -10 282 282
    T1 -10 F -10 282 282
    3 -9 F -9 283 283
    4 -8 F -8 284 284
    5 -5 F -5 287 287
    6 -4 F -4 288 288
    T7 E F E 292 292
    T7 E F E 292 292
    9 +2 F +2 294 294
    T10 +14 F +14 306 306
    T10 +14 F +14 306 306
    12 +20 F +20 312 312
     
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    Team Leader Board
    Course:Nanea Golf Club: 2013 Pac-12 Preview Par 73 - 6112 Yards
    current
    position
    team scoring rounds total
    score
    to par thru today 1 2
    1 -16 F -6 282 286 568
    2 -14 F -5 283 287 570
    3 -12 F -4 284 288 572
    4 -4 F +1 287 293 580
    5 -3 F -3 292 289 581
    6 -2 F +2 288 294 582
    7 +1 F +11 282 303 585
    8 +6 F +6 292 298 590
    T9 +22 F +20 294 312 606
    T9 +22 F +8 306 300 606
    11 +25 F +11 306 303 609
    12 +30 F +10 312 302 614
     
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    cmgoods Olympic Sports Mod Club Member

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    Buffs finish in 11th

    Team Leader Board
    Course:Nanea Golf Club: 2013 Pac-12 Preview R3 Par 73 - 6463 Yards
    current
    position
    team scoring rounds total
    score
    to par thru today 1 2 3
    1 -15 F -3 284 288 289 861
    2 -14 F E 283 287 292 862
    3 -7 F +9 282 286 301 869
    4 -2 F E 288 294 292 874
    5 +5 F +4 282 303 296 881
    6 +7 F +10 292 289 302 883
    7 +8 F +12 287 293 304 884
    8 +26 F +20 292 298 312 902
    T9 +46 F +24 294 312 316 922
    T9 +46 F +21 306 303 313 922
    11 +47 F +25 306 300 317 923
    12 +57 F +27 312 302 319 933
     
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    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Wow. They played like ass today. 9th place alone was there for the taking, too.
     
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    cmgoods Olympic Sports Mod Club Member

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    Disappointing, but hopefully they can learn from this and improve in time for spring.
     

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