Pacific Golf: Bordeaux Named Golf Week National Player Of The Week
Dominating play over the three day Stockton Sports Commission Pacific Invitational, Pacific senior golfer T.J. Bordeaux added one more award to his shelf as he was named the Golf Week National Player of the Week on Tuesday, November 9. Bordeaux earned the national recognition after picking up his first tournament championship of the 2010-11 season with a three stroke win at the invitational which was held at Brookside Country Club from November 1-3.
Playing his home course, Bordeaux was on fire from the first hole until the 54th. For the tournament the Tacoma, Wash. native carded rounds of 68-61-69 for a 15-under 198 total to win the invitational by three shots. Bordeaux set Pacific's 18-hole and 54-hole scoring record at the tournament while helping lead his team to a record performance.
With Bordeaux leading the way, the Tigers took home the tournament championship as well, finished the tournament at 25-under, 827 to win by 19 strokes. The Tigers set their own 18-hole and 54-hole scoring records at the tournament as Pacific's set the one round scoring record on back-to-back days to start the tournament. Pacific's 827 shattered its previous tournament record which stood at 842, shot twice at the Del Walker Intercollegiate during both the 2007 and 2009 seasons. The win for the Tigers was their first at their home tournament in 18 years dating back to the 1992 season.