The USC men’s golf team is back in action at the Inverness Intercollegiate

men’s golf | September 23, 2022

The USC men’s golf team, which earned a Medal of Honor from the season’s inaugural Business Week, returns to the ties Monday and Tuesday (September 26-27) at the Inverness Intercollegiate at the Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio.Trojans, in their third season under the leadership of the coach GT Higgins and assistant coach Matt Waltonopened the 2022-23 season with a second at Husky Invitational while a freshman Jackson Rivera First took, supplemented by senior Jack Bolger Winning the nearby Husky Invitational Singles Competition.

Another challenge awaits the Trojans in Ohio against a field full of 16 teams that includes hosts Toledo, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Virginia, Washington, Georgia Tech, Iowa, Louisville, Notre Dame, SMU, South Alabama, Texas Tech, Charlotte, East Tennessee State and Purdue and the University of Southern California.

Two rounds of play start Monday at 8:45 AM PT with the final round starting Tuesday at 8:30 AM with tee playing times 1 and 10. Results will be available at golfstat.com.

Flowing Coverage
Part of Tuesday’s final roundup can be watched here on ESPN+ with a scheduled air time of 12-3pm CET. Additionally, YouTube loopholes will be featured here.

last time ever
USC last played in Inverness in the fall of 2008 and the Trojans finished fourth while Jimmy Lovemark and Tim Slaughter tied for 10. USC won the event to start the 2006-07 season with Lovemark – this season’s NCAA champion – finishing third.

Season opening success
A student in his second year of study Jackson Rivera He won the Husky Invitational by four strokes while he was big Jack Bolger The Husky Individual Invitational team won six — both the first titles of their college career — while the USC men’s team finished second at Gold Mountain GC in Bremerton, Washington, to start the 2022-23 season. USC combined in three rounds 7 on 871 (293-281-297), finishing three strokes behind first-place Washington State and two ahead of third-place and host Washington.

Rivera never wavered during the final round and maintained at least a two-stroke lead throughout Tuesday and finished at 8-under 208 (67-70-71), closing with a birdie on 18. Rivera, who posted a pair of sixth-place finishes and tenth as freshman, has four From the top ten in the past five beginnings.

Bolger won away from Cascade at Gold Mountain at 12-under 201 (68-67-66), scoring his three best runs at the Cardinal and Gold.

brief overview
The Trojans brought back six golfers from last year’s team, led by Rivera, which was the All-West District as well as the second All-Pac-12 team during a new season in which all 12 championships started, leading the team in average stroke (71.70), rounds in the sixties (nine), rounds below par (20) and rounds of equal or better (23).

He has scored three top-10 teams, six of the top 18 games, seven of the top 21 times, and was a USC MVP in eight of the 11 events. Two of his top 10 results came in postseason. He tied for sixth in the Pac-12 Championships at 284 (73-68-74-69) and followed that up with a tie for 10th in the NCAA Stockton Regional at 7-under 209 (68-71-70).

Also a great graduate Jack Bolgerfirst Parker Siskyoung Karando Nechiba And the Shane French A sophomore student Gavin Aurelia. Trojans welcome a pair of new students Mahanth Chirrafuri from Arizona and Rocky Chapman from the United Kingdom

Aurelia started nine times last year, the Frenchman eight times, Nechiba seven times, Bolger six times, and Cesc twice.

Chirravuri was an honorable choice of the 2020 Rolex/AJGA All-American and won the Arizona State title in 2020 at the age of 10 while helping his school capture team titles in 2019, 2020 and 2021, finishing third separately in 2021. Chapman A talented young golfer from England who will compete for the starting time.

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