After the final round, the Kansas men’s golf team finished in fourth place and shot 7-over par 859 at the Bandon Dunes Championship on Tuesday. The Jayhawks’ top-five finish marks the fifth of the season.
Through 54 holes, the Kansas men's golf team sits in fourth place and shot 1-under par 283 in the second round of the Bandon Dunes Championship on Monday. The Jayhawks are three strokes behind No. 12 Washington in third place, six strokes behind Oregon in second and 12 strokes behind Oregon State in first.
After the opening round of the Bandon Dunes Championship, the Kansas men’s golf team shot 3-over par 287 and sits tied for fifth place. The Jayhawks are three strokes behind No. 21 UCLA and Seton Hall in second place and six strokes behind the leader, Oregon State.
Coming off its second-place finish in its opening tournament of the season, the Kansas men's golf team will head to the west coast to compete in the Bandon Dunes Championship at the Pacific Dunes Course in Bandon, Ore., March 8-10.
In the third installment of College Golf Live’s 2020 Spring Series, Golfweek.com will stream the final round of the Bandon Dunes Championship on Tuesday, March 10, in Bandon, Oregon. The series covers four tournaments featuring top programs and golf courses.
After the opening round of the first tournament this season, Kansas finished 12-under par 276 on Sunday and sits in second place at the TPC Dorado Beach Collegiate. The Jayhawks will go into the second round seven strokes from the leader, No. 21 Louisville.
The Kansas men’s golf team will get its season underway with the first tournament of the spring at the TPC Dorado Beach Collegiate at the TPC Dorado Beach-Sugarcane Course in Dorado, Puerto Rico. The first round will begin on Sunday, Feb. 23, and finish on Tuesday, Feb. 25.
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