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CUBuffs.com: (Men's) Golfers Finish Fourth In Stanford's "The Goodwin."

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  1. RSSBot

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    The men's golf team slipped one spot Saturday into a fourth place finish, but nonetheless had an outstanding overall effort in the Stanford's "The Goodwin."
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    PALO ALTO, Calif. — The University of Colorado men’s golf team slipped one spot here Saturday into a fourth place finish, but nonetheless left here with an outstanding overall effort in the Stanford’s 48th Annual “The Goodwin.”

    The Buffaloes never got much going from the start in shooting a 6-over 286 score the final round, which led to a final 54 hole score 846, also 6-over, for the tournament. CU, ranked No. 69, moved into second place briefly early on, and turned at even-par (the scorers with 10 birdies and 10 bogeys). But the back nine was unkind to the Buffaloes, with just a late eagle and four birdies but those were offset by 13 bogeys and double.

    UC Davis, ranked No. 101 nationally, led from wire-to-wire, opening on fire Saturday with seven birdies and an eagle among its four scorers to open an insurmountable 18-shot lead en route to finishing with a 13-under 827. That was good for a 10-stroke win over No. 33 UNLV (837), which leapfrogged both Stanford and the Buffs to grab the runner-up spot. The No. 8 and host Cardinal finished third (839), followed by Colorado and Oregon (848) to round out the top five.

    The three leaders from Friday – UCD, Stanford and CU – teed off last and had to bear the brunt of winds that ratcheted up about halfway into the final round, gusting to 25 miles per hour from the northwest.
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  2. AztecBuff

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    Looks like the last round they went back a LITTLE bit, but still overall a very good tournament for the Buffs- finishing ahead of MANY ranked (in some cases HIGHLY ranked) teams, so should help their ratings.
     

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