USD Golfers tied for first place at Redhawk Invitational at Chambers Bay
USDTOREROS.COM Forrest 12-under par with one round to go
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Forrest 12-under par with one round to go
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April 7, 2014

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(University Place, Wash.) - After two rounds of the three-round Redhawk Invitational being played at Chambers Bay Golf Course (par 70 - 7.047 yards), the USD men's golf team is tied for first place with their 4-under par team total of 556 (280-276) with 15th-ranked UCLA. The Toreros find themselves ahead of 17th-ranked Washington (558, -2) and 29th-ranked Arizona State (+1, 561). Torero junior Grant Forrest is the individual leader after he carded outstanding rounds of 63 (-7) and 65 (-5) today. He'll head into tomorrow's final round with a 7 stroke lead over ASU's John Rahm (135, 68-67) and Torero teammate Mathias Dahl (136, 70-66).

In his first round Forrest tallied one eagle, six birdies, ten pars and one bogey. He followed up with five birdies and thirteen pars in his afternoon round. Dahl totaled five birdies and one bogey with twelve pars in his second round that helped keep the Toreros atop the leaderboard. Rounding out USD scoring was Taylor Schmidt (T35 at 145; 75-70), Alex Chiarella (T50 at 147; 72-75) and Nick Baines (T77 at 153; 78-75).

The 18-team tournament is being hosted by Seattle University and Chambers Bay is the home of the 2015 United States Open Championship.

 

 

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