Results tagged “Charlie Wi” from California

Tomasulo at the Mexico Open | Wi at the Travelers

Former Cal golfers Peter Tomasulo and Charlie Wi fell far off the lead in their final rounds of action at the Mexico Open Bicentenary and Traveler's Championship stops of the PGA's Nationwide and regular tour, respectively.

Tomasulo (64-71-72-75 - 282, -6) was tied for the lead heading into Sunday's final round of the Mexico Open Bicentenary in Leon, Mexico, but shot a three-over par round of 75 to finish tied for 14th and six shots out of first place.

Wi (64-67-71-69 - 271, -9), who had been tied for the lead after the first round and still tied for third through 36 holes, finished tied for 21st at the Traveler's Championship in Cromwell, Conn., five shots out of first.

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Follow... Hagy at the Rice Planters | Tomasulo at the Mexican Open | Wi at the Travelers

Current Cal men's golfer Brandon Hagy and former Golden Bear Peter Tomasulo are on top of leader boards of their respective events at the conclusion of action Friday. Hagy leads the Rice Planters Amateur Tournament and Tomasulo is tied with fellow American B.J. Staten for first place at the Mexico Open Bicentenary stop on the Nationwide Tour. Another former Cal men's golfer Charlie Wi is tied for third at the PGA Tour's Travelers Championship.

Hagy's score of one-under par 71 on Friday was four strokes higher than his back-to-back rounds of five-under par 67 to start the tournament but still three strokes better than the 74 shot by second-round leader Pete Kellerman, moving Hagy one shot into the lead heading into Saturday's fourth and final round.

Tomasulo, who started the day alone atop the leader board, finished in a two-way tie with Staten after shooting a one-under par 71 in Friday's second round to move to nine-under for the tournament. Nine others are within three shots of the duo.

Wi was one of four players who started the day in first place after shooting an eight-under par round of 64 on Thursday. He came back Friday with a five-under par showing of 67 to move to 13-under for the tournament but is still five shots off the pace of tournament leader Justin Rose, who backed up his 64 on Thursday with a 62 on Friday to get to 18-under through 36 holes.

The Travelers Championship and Mexico Open Bicentenary continue through Sunday.

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Follow... Wi at the Travelers | Tomasulo at the Mexican Open | Hagy at the Rice Planters

Former Cal men's golfers Charlie Wi and Peter Tomasulo both sit atop leader boards of their respective PGA and Nationwide events after each shot an opening-round eight-under par 64 on Thursday.

Wi was one of four players to fire the score at the Travelers Championship being played through Sunday at the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Connecticut.

Tomasulo is alone at the top of the leader board at the Mexico Open Bicentenary also being played through Sunday at the El Bosque Country Club in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico.

Hagy is in second place two shots off the lead after posting back-to-back rounds of 67 over the last two days at the Rice Planters Amateur Tournament that will continue through Saturday at the Snee Farm Country Club in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.

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Coverage: Bear Blog | NGCA Story and Results

Current Cal golfer Michael Weaver and former Golden Bear Charlie Wi fell shy of qualifying for the 2010 U.S. Open Championship field during sectional qualifying action at the par-71, 7,121-yard Del Paso Country Club in Sacramento on Monday.

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Coverage: Live Scoring

 

Current Cal golfer Michael Weaver and former Golden Bear Charlie Wi fell shy of qualifying for the 2010 U.S. Open Championship field during section qualifying action at the par-70, 7,121-yard Del Paso Country Club in Sacramento on Monday.

Weaver finished with a 36-hole total of two-under par 140 after shooting a two-under 69 on his first 18 holes and coming back with an ever-par 71 on his second 18.

Wi was one-under 141 for 36 holes after matching Weaver's two-under 69 on the first 18 holes and shooting a one-over 71 on his second 18.

As of posting, the event was still ongoing.

Check out CalBears.com for a full recap later tonight.

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