LOS ANGELES, Calif. — The Oregon Ducks will travel to Los Angeles, Calif., on Monday (April 29) for the 54th Annual Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships.
The 72-hole championship will be hosted by UCLA at the Par-70, 7,236 Los Angeles Country Club layout. Play will begin Monday morning and conclude on Wednesday (May 1) evening. Players from all 12 institutions will participate in a practice round on Sunday (April 28).
The Ducks return to the Pac-12 Championships in 2013 one year after falling to California in a playoff that denied them Pac-12 title.
Six Oregon Ducks will make the trip to Los Angeles this week, including Jonathan Woo, who has posted two top-10 finishes this spring, including an individual title at the Oregon Duck Invitational in late-March. Rak Cho, who finished in fourth at the Duck Invite, will participate as well.
Three freshmen join Woo and Cho in LA — Sulman Raza, Zach Foushee and Brandon McIver. Foushee's best finish of the year was a 10th-place showing at the Duck Invitational, while Raza grabbed eighth at the Pac-12 Preview in the fall and McIver placed in a tie for 26th in February's Amer Ari Invitational.
Heading to the Pac-12 Championships for the final time in his career is redshirt senior Robbie Ziegler, who has not competed since the Duck Invitational but did finish in a tie for ninth at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational last October.
The loaded field of 12 features five teams ranked 11th or higher nationally. Oregon enters at No. 44.