With all Washington golf eyes on Cheng-Tsung Pan competing at the British Open, another Dawg came through with a big win in the amateur ranks.
Washington senior-to-be Cheng-Tsung Pan shot a round of 2-over 74 for the second-straight day at the 143rd Open Championship at Royal Liverpool. The first Husky to appear in golf's oldest had his tournament end, missing the cut by two strokes.
Cheng-Tsung Pan became the first Husky player to ever tee it up at the British Open on Thursday, firing a round of 2-over 74 at Hoylake
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Several Husky players continued to play well this summer as five Dawgs took part in the Pacific Northwest Men's Amateur Championship at Palouse Ridge Golf Club.
The Washington men's golf team had eight players competing in the Sahalee Players Championship.
Washington had two honorees with the announcement of the PING All-America awards.
No. 8 Washington just couldn't get on a roll at the NCAA Championships, finishing Monday with a round of 7-over 287. The Dawgs placed 15th overall with a score of 13-over 853 for the week.
No. 8 Washington had a very short day at Prairie Dunes Country Club on Sunday, playing just a couple holes to finish off Saturday's second round.
No. 8 Washington faced a long day on Saturday at the NCAA Championships from Prairie Dunes Country Club.
Washington head coach Matt Thurmond has been named one of five finalists for the Dave Williams National Coach of the Year presented by Eaton Golf Pride.
The first day of the NCAA Championships never got started for No. 8 Washington.