Feb. 13, 2004
WAIKOLOA, Hawaii - Gerogia Tech fired a final round of 10-under par for a three-stroke victory over UCLA as the Yellow Jackets led wire-to-wire to take the team title at the 2004 Taylor Made / Waikoloa Intercollegiates played on the par 72, 7,074-yard Waikoloa Kings' Golf Course on the big island.
UC Davis entered the final round two strokes off the lead in a tie for second with UCLA. But the Aggies closed with a 4-over par, 292, and finished in a tie for seventh with Southern California, 16 strokes off the lead. Arkansas shot a final round 274 to finish in third, four strokes off the pace while Arizona State was fourth and Oklahoma, which shot then day's low round of 272, rounded out the top five.
The field at the Waikoloa Intercollegiates featured four of the top eight teams in the nation and is the deepest field the Aggies will compete in this season.
Oklahoma's Anthony Kim tied the day's low round with a 5-under 67 to capture a two-stroke lead victory over Hawaii-Hilo's Nick Mason and Arizona State's Chez Reavie for the individual title. UC Davis senior Scott Gordon entered the final round with a two-stroke lead, but shot an even-par 72 to finish alone in fourth place, three strokes off the lead at 208.
In addition to Gordon, freshman Louie Bishop finished with a 3-under 69 for a three-round score of 211, six strokes off the lead and in a tie for 12th place. Steven Strong came in with a 2-over 74 to finish at 217 and tied for 42nd. Eric Restrepo tied for 63rd with a three-round score of 221 while Chris Kilkenny finished tied for 103rd at 238.
UC DAVIS GOLF
Final Round Results
2004 Taylor Made/Waikoloa Intercollegiates
February 11-13, 2004
at Waikoloa Kings' Golf Course
Par 72 7,074 yards
TEAM SCORES: 1. Georgia Tech, 841; 2. UCLA, 844; 3. Arkansas, 845; 4. Arizona State, 850; 5. Oklahoma, 852; 6. Washington, 853; T7. UC DAVIS, 857; T7. Southern California, 857; 9. Texas Christian, 860; 10. Pepperdine, 862; 11. Stanford, 863; 12. Univ. of Nagoya, 865; 13. Texas Tech, 868; 14. Nevada, 872; 15. Hawaii-Hilo, 875; T16. Oregon, 876; T16. Tulsa, 876; 18. Rhode Island, 880; 19. Hawaii, 887; T20. Oregon State, 894; T20. Houston, 894.
INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS (top 5 plus UC Davis): 1. Anthony Kim, Oklahoma, 205; T2. Nick Mason, Hawaii-Hilo, 207; T2. Chez Reavie, Arizona St., 207; 4. Scott Gordon, UC DAVIS, 208; T5. Michael Putnam, Pepperdine, 209; T5. Chan Wongluekiet, Georgia Tech, 209; T5. Matt Bortis, Arkansas, 209.... T12. Louie Bishop, 211; T42. Steven Strong, 217; T63. Eric Restrepo, 221; T103. Chris Kilkenny, 238.
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