Patrick Fishburn tied for 28th individually as the BYU men’s golf team took 10th place in the Lamkin Invitational on Tuesday.
"There were some nice rounds by Patrick [Fishburn] and Zach [Pritchard] today," BYU head coach Bruce Brockbank said. "However, we had very little success today with our short games and putting, just like yesterday. It wasn't our best showing."
Fishburn finished the tournament at 8-over par after shooting his lowest round of the tournament, 71 (1-under par) on Tuesday. He had birdies on the second, 11th and 14th holes in round three.
CJ Lee finished tied for 61st after shooting 17-over par on all 54 holes. Zach Pritchard finished the event tied for 74th after shooting just 1-over par in Tuesday’s round of play. However, he shot 21-over par during the invitational.
The Cougars placed 10th overall with a team score of 908 (+44). They shot a 300 (+12) on Tuesday, their lowest round of the event.
West Coast Conference opponent San Diego tied for sixth in the event, shooting a total score of 896 (+32). LMU placed 14th in the invitational after shooting a 929 (+65) during the two-day event.
BYU men’s golf continues its spring season as it travels to Arizona this weekend to compete in the Desert Shootout.
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