April 24, 2013
Next On the Tee
Colorado State, coming off a strange outing at the Cowboy Classic, will look to rebound from a 33 over-par finish and contend at the upcoming Cougar Classic. Colorado State finished second in the event last year, as well as winning the Cougar Classic in 2011.
Head Coach Christian Newton
understands his team's recent success in Provo, and hopes to see it continue beginning Friday.
"The course is very similiar to what we see in Fort Collins, climate and altitde wise," said Coach Newton. "I look for us to have a great week."
Sophomore Cameron Harrell
participated in the event last year, where his 219 (+3) was good for a share of 17th place. Harrell believes the time spent practicing will pay off this weekend.
"We had a lot of great individual work these past couple weeks," said Harrell. Our focus was a lot on the short game and wedges."
Riverside Country Club is located in the heart of Provo, and was opened in 1962. The par-72, 7,142 yard club was designed by legendary golf course architect William Bell.
The Rams (69), will be gearing up to compete against Air Force (123), Boise State (178), BYU (39), Southern Utah (147), St. Mary’s (24), Utah State (200), Weber State (193) and Wyoming (174)
*() Denotes Golfstat ranking