The University of Victoria Vikes men’s golf team finished fourth in the California State University’s San Marcos Fall Classic in Fallbrook, Calif today. The team completed the 72-hole golf course with a combined score of 32-over-par 608 over two rounds, with second-year Edmonton native Darren Hupfer finishing fifth overall.
Round one: FULL RESULTS
Following the first round on Nov. 7, the Vikes men finished third in the team standings, tied with Westminster College with a group score of 300. James Holland finished the day tied in fifth place overall after shooting an impressive par on the 72-hole golf course. Holland was trailed closely by Hupfer, who finished round one shooting a two- over-par 74, and twin brother Sam Holland with a four-over-par 76. Also competing for the Vikes was Cole Shaw, a fourth-year from Prince George, B.C., who shot a 78 and Kyle Blacquier (Fredericton, N.B), who shot a 79 in round one.
After the final round on Nov. 8, the fourth place Vikes were led by Hupfer, with an overall 3-over-par, and James Holland, who shot a total 7-over-par finishing in 12th place. Sam Holland finished the day with 9-over-par, tied for 15th, while Shaw finished 13-over-par and Blacquier finished 17-over-par.
The hosts, CSU-San Marcos, placed first with a team score of 19-over-par, while second place Redlands’ Jeremy Sanders finished first overall individually with a score three-under-par 141. Behind Sanders was Master’s College’s Thane Ringler who shot a par-144, to maintain his second place standing from round one.