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Woo Leads Oregon Heading into Final Round of Pac-12s
Courtesy: GoDucks.com
Release Date: 04/26/2014
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MARANA, Ore. – The Gallery Golf Club proved to be difficult once again for the Oregon men’s golf team on Saturday at the Pac-12 Championship. The Ducks shot a 376 29-over card today at the Gallery Golf Club and sits in 10th-place heading into the final round.

Jonathan Woo had the best card for the Ducks today, shooting even par on the third round. The junior fired in back-to-back bogey’s on the 12th and 13th-hole on the back-nine before sinking a pair of birdies on the front nine.

Stanford is in first with a 367 7-over card today, holding a substantial lead over second-place California who carded a 382 22-over card today. The Cardinal’s Patrick Rodgers fired in a 73 1-over card today and holds a firm five-stroke lead over his nearest competitor in Paul Smith of USC who is 2-under at the tournament.

Woo’s 72 card today puts him in a tie for eighth-place heading into the final round on Sunday at 3-over. Zach Foushee who fired in a 78 6-over card today is in a tie for 19th heading into Sunday’s final round at the Pac-12 Championship.

Brandon McIver had a rough time on the back-nine thanks to a bogey, double-bogey and triple bogey. McIver however was able to shoot even par on the front nine and finish with a 77 5-over card.

After a much better second round, Lim had his hands full once again in the third round. The freshman was solid on the back-nine firing in only one bogey. The front-nine however proved much more difficult for Lim, as he finished with an 80 8-over score for the day.

Brandon Baumgarten had his roughest day out on the links, shooting an 81 on Saturday. Ryann Ree continued to struggle at the Gallery Golf Club, and shot an 85 card on the day.

The Ducks look to move up the leaderboard on Sunday, April 27, for the final day of the Pac-12 Championship at the Gallery Golf Club. UO is set to tee off at 8:30 a.m. (PDT) along with Washington State and Utah.

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