The Baylor men’s golf team placed second at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational in San Antonio that ended on Tuesday.
As a team, the Bears shot 29-over-par 881 to finish five-strokes behind fellow Big 12 opponent Oklahoma. This marks the fourth time, in six tournaments this season that Baylor has finished in the top 3. It is the highest finish in a tournament field of more than 12 teams. Head coach Greg Priest said he could not have been more proud of his team.
The Baylor women’s golf team finished in seventh place at the Northrup Grumman Regional Challenge in Palos Verdes, Calif. As a team, they shot a 32-over-par 884, including 15-over-par 299 performance in the final round.
The Lady Bears finished the first round of the tournament in the lead with a score of 286. Baylor head coach Jay Goble said what started as a good week quickly turned upside down.
The Baylor men’s golf team participated in the Big 12 Men’s Golf Championship in Hutchinson, Kan., at the Prairie Dunes Country Club this week.
The Bears finished sixth overall, shooting 55-over-par with a total score of 895.
The Bears joined a field of eight other Big 12 schools that included every school in the conference except West Virginia.
The Baylor men’s golf team will compete in its fifth tournament of the season at the Insperity Augusta State Invitational in Augusta, Ga., at the Forest Hills Golf Club. The tournament will be hosted by Augusta State University and will be played all day on Saturday and Sunday.
The Baylor men’s golf team will head to Goodyear, Ariz., for the Desert Shootout for the first time in program history. The tournament will be played today through Saturday at the Palm Valley Golf Course and will also be the Bears’ first out-of-state tournament of the spring.
The Baylor men’s golf team is back in action with the Bayou City Collegiate Championships in Humble, Texas. The tournament will run from today through Sunday as Baylor looks to continue its successful season.
Six Baylor golfers will be making the trip, including sophomore Filippo Zucchetti, freshman Andreas Gjesteby, sophomore Mikkel Bjerch-Andresen, sophomore Niclas Mansson, senior Matthew Seligmann, senior Ryan O’ Rear, and sophomore Kyle Jones who won last week’s UTSA Oak Hills Invitational.
The Baylor men’s golf team competed in its first tournament of the spring Monday and Tuesday at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational in San Antonio and one of its golfers came out on top. Sophomore Kyle Jones finished 7 under par with a total score of 206, and even tied a career low round of 67 to claim his first career victory.
The Baylor men’s golf team includes nine talented golfers, all of whom are ready to start the approaching season.
Among these golfers is senior Jerry Ruiz.
For three years, Jerry has represented Baylor both on and off the green as a student athlete who does what it takes to succeed.
Now as a senior, Ruiz looks to finish his collegiate golfing career on top.
Football season is over in Waco, but another sport is just around the corner.
The Baylor men’s golf team is just a few weeks away from starting a highly anticipated season.
The Bears look to start the 2013 season the way they finished last season: on top.
The Baylor men’s golf team will kick off the 2012-13 season today with the Topy Cup. They will compete against four Japanese teams as well as Oregon State, San Diego and Pacific. The tournament, which will run through Thursday, will be held at the Tanagura Country Club in Tanagura, Japan.