With last fall tournament, men’s golf will pick up after four-month break
Wrapping up the fall schedule for the men’s golf team, UC Davis ended the Oct. 12 to 13 tournament with a team score of three-over par, giving them a 14th place finish at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational.
After participating in all four fall events for the Aggies, senior Patrick Soli had a top-20 finish for the third time this season at the California-hosted match, placing 10th overall. Taking first amongst the team, Soli managed to score just under par for all three rounds. His lowest score of 67 was achieved by three birdies in the first round and the eagle at the fourth hole.
Soli managed to play just one-over his last season career low record of 66, and his 67-swing game is the Aggie’s lowest single round for this season.
Coming in at second for the team was senior Luke Vivolo, who ended the tournament at two-over where he tied for 47th. Meanwhile, freshman Ryan Knop took third on the team, swinging one-over par the first two rounds and two-over in the last, while junior Ben Corfee tied for 66th after 10 bogeys and two double bogeys took a toll on his overall score. Junior Nicolas Noya tied for 71st overall with 10-over par in the tournament.
The Aggies will resume play on Feb. 4 at the Amer Ari Invitational in Hawaii.