California Lutheran University has entered into an agreement with the Los Angeles Rams to allow the team to base its training operations on the university’s Thousand Oaks campus for at least two years.
To start off spring break, the Cal Lutheran men’s golf team traveled to Louisiana where the Kingsmen placed second overall with a team score of 612 (+36) at the Golf Club at Stonebridge for the Hal Sutton Invitational.
After rainy weather postponed play on Monday, the Cal Lutheran men’s golf team played 36 holes on Tuesday and surged ahead of the competition for a first place finish in the Smith Motors Invitational at the Monarch Dunes Golf Club. The Kingsmen tallied a team score of 580 (+12) to win by 35 strokes.
On Monday and Tuesday the Cal Lutheran men’s golf team played three rounds at The Master’s Spring Invitational hosted at Robinson’s Ranch Golf Club against student-athletes from a variety of levels. The Kingsmen produced a solid showing, tying for fourth in the tough field with a three-round total of 884 (+20).
Over the weekend, the Cal Lutheran men’s golf team opened SCIAC action at Tukwet Canyon in mid-70 degree temperatures where the Kingsmen will play twice this season. CLU finished the first day in third place and maintained that position on Sunday as the golfers combined for a team total of 639 (+63).
After three consecutive fourth place finishes in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) standings, the Cal Lutheran men’s golf team adds nine newcomers to a group of six returners as they look to climb the standings this spring.
On Monday and Tuesday, the Cal Lutheran men’s golf team competed in 54 holes at the California State Invitational hosted at the Diamond Valley Golf Club. The Kingsmen improved throughout each round and finished fourth in a field of eight with a two-day total of 906.