The UCLA men's golf team hosted the Gifford Collegiate at CordeValle GC this week and the Southland's USC and UCLA blew away their competition en route to first and second place, respectively. USC, currently ranked No. 30, finished the three-day tournament at 1057 (-8), while 10th ranked UCLA finished four strokes behind at 1061 (-4). The next closest team, Oregon, was more than 20 strokes behind.
Both the Trojans and Bruins received spectacular individual performances. Steve Lim of USC (pictured), who this year finished T7 at the SCGA Amateur Championship, shot rounds of 66-67-69 to finish an impressive 11-under par to lead all 72 golfers.
SCGA Amateur Champion, and the world's No. 1 ranked amateur, Patrick Cantlay finished in second place, one stroke off the lead. It was also announced Wednesday that Cantlay will receive this year's Fred Haskins Award in a ceremony at UCLA on Friday. The Haskins Award is college golf's oldest award, and honors collegiate golf's best player.
For full results from the tournament, click here. The tournament closed out the fall season for both UCLA and USC.