• Grant Forrest earns spot on prestigious Palmer Cup

    4/17/2014

    NORMAN, Okla. - The Palmer Cup teams for both the United States and Europe were announced today Golf Channel's Morning Drive. The annual Ryder Cup-style competition will be played June 26-28 at Walton Heath Golf Club in Surrey, England. USD junior Grant Forrest (North Berwick, Scotland) becomes USD's first golfer to be selected to the Palmer Cup and he'll compete on the Europe team. Recently named the 2014 WCC Golfer of the Year, Forrest has three tournament wins this year and is currently ranked 55th in the country.

  • Grant Forrest named WCC Player of the Year

    4/16/2014

    (Bremerton, Wash.) - The USD men's golf team struggled on their final day of play at the 2014 West Coast Conference Championships being played at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Washington. With a final round team score of 309 (+21), the Toreros dropped to 8th place in the nine-team WCC championship event with a three-round total of 890 (+26). Sophomore Alex Chiarella and junior Grant Forrest both finished in the top-10 as they tied for 8th overall at 218 (+2).

  • Toreros move up to 4th place at WCC Championships

    4/15/2014

    (Bremerton, Wash.) - The USD men's golf team shot a second round team score of 290 (+2) at the 2014 West Coast Conference Championships being played at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Washington. This was the second of three days of competition with golfers playing 18 holes per day on the par-71 Olympic course playing at 7,007 yards. The Toreros (581, +5), tied for 4th place with Pacific, will head into tomorrow's final round just four strokes back of leader Saint Mary's College (577, +1). In today's round USD was paced by junior Grant Forrest (2013 WCC champion) who fired a 4-under par 68.

  • Toreros in 6th place after day one at WCC...

    4/14/2014

    (Bremerton, Wash.) - The USD men's golf team shot a first day team score of 291 (+3) at the 2014 West Coast Conference Championships being played at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Washington. This was the first of three days of competition with golfers playing 18 holes per day on the par-71 course playing at 7,007 yards.

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