Rolling Hills, CA – USC holds lead after two rounds in 2018 men’s Pac-12 Championships behind No. 2 golfer in the nation
Rolling Hills Estate- No. 2 college golfer in the country Justin Suh shot scores of 68 and 64 on Monday and is tied for 1st place individually in the first day of the 2018 Men’s Pac-12 Championships. USC stands alone at the top with a score of 23 under par in the team leaderboard.
The first day consisted of 36 holes for each golfer on a links style course at Rolling Hills Country Club.
Stanford entered the second half of the day in the lead but lost its lead to USC and finished the day in 2nd at 18 under par. The Cardinals were lead by Jeffrey Swegle. Swegle shot 67 and 65 after 2 rounds and is tied for 1st with Suh.
Cal Berkeley ended the first round tied for 2nd in the team leaderboard with USC but fell four spots back once the second round and first day of the tournament was over at 7 under par. No. 1 college golfer in the country, Collin Morikawa had a modest performance to keep Cal in the mix. Morikawa was tied for the lead in the individual leaderboard after the first round with a score of 67. He shot 71 in the second round and ended the day tied for 8th.
Norman Xiong, the No. 3 college golfer in the nation is tied for 18th after 2 rounds at 2 under par with scores of 71 and 69.
UCLA is currently in 7th place at even par after 2 rounds. Cole Madey leads the Bruins and is tied for 6th at 6 under par. He shot a score of 68 in his first two rounds.
Colorado is currently in 3rd after day 1 at 11 under par, followed Arizona at 9 under par. Arizona’s George Cunningham had an impressive performance and is in 3rd on in the individual leaderboard at 8 under par with scores of 67.