With most sports comes physical contact. Golf is one of the few that can be played while adhering to social distancing and still provide plenty of competition viewers desire.
In his collegiate debut, freshman Clay Seeber led the Beach to an eighth-place finish in Tucson, Arizona.
After Bouncing between top spots on the leaderboard during day one and two, CSULB finished fifth place in its last event of the fall.
The Beach finished the invitational five strokes behind second place, turning in their third top-five finish in a row.
After finishing day one in a tie for first place, the Beach played hard but ended five strokes short of winning.
Due to inclement weather, the final day of the tournament was canceled, and the Beach finished second with their scores from day one.
The men’s golf team ends day one of its first tournament of the season, eight shots behind tournament host, University of Washington.
Experienced golfer Rich Gilkey will be joining the Long Beach State men’s golf coaching staff with hopes to pass down his life-long golf experiences.
Jennifer Yu led the Long Beach State women’s golf team to the Big West Championship Tuesday at Strawberry Farms Golf Club. It’s the second time in school history that Long Beach has claimed the title since its Big West win in 2009. Yu had a dominant performance finishing in first-place[Read More…]
Although he did not know it, Long Beach State men’s golf junior Joe Fryer teed off on the 17th hole in the final round of the Sacramento State Invitational March 6 as the tournament leader. Instead of checking the live scoring system throughout the round like he normally does, he[Read More…]