Eric Mina has made the turn of the final round at the 2010 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship one shot behind leader Jesper Kennegard of Arizona State.
Mina is at 15-under par for the tournament and two-under par on the day after his first nine holes consisted of four birdies, three pars and two bogeys. Mina, who started his round on the 10th hole has twice been at 16-under after birdies on the par-four 15th and par-five 17th holes, but both times gave a stroke back when he bogeyed the par-three 16th and par-four 18th.
Kennegard is 16-under par for the tournamment and one-over par on the day. He started his round on the first hole and had bogeys on both the par-four fourth hole and par-three sixth. He got one of the strokes back with a birdie on the par-four ninth and has made par on the other nine holes.
Follow both Mina and Kennegard hole-by-hole or follow their scores together on the player leader board as Mina attempts to become only the second Cal player to ever win Pac-10 individual medalist honors and the first since current PGA Tour professional Charlie Wi was victorious in 1995.