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    Pacific Golf: Final Round Of The Cabo Invitational Plays Tough For The Tigers As They Fall To 11th

    Oct 4, 2010

    Suffering through a rough final round at the Querencia Golf Course in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the Tigers posted a +16, 306 round three total to compete the three day Cabo Invitational in 11th place on Monday, October 4. The Tigers posted a three day total of +48, 912. The lone team to shoot under-par for the three-day invitational was Arkansas which won the tournament by 22 strokes after posting a -10, 854 three-day total. In the final day, Arkansas shot the top round for all three rounds as the Razorbacks tallied a -11, 277.

    Individually, Jamie Marshall of Arkansas took home the individual title with a strong final round of -4, 68 to post a three-day total of -5, 211. For the Tigers, senior T.J. Bordeaux (Tacoma, Wash.) proved to be the most consistent performer at the invitational as he fired off his third straight, +1, 73 on the final day. For the tournament, Bordeaux finished in a tie for 15th overall as he carded a +3, 219 over the three days of action. On the final day, Bordeaux's card looked much like his first round card as he balanced out four bogeys with three birdies.

    The Tigers will look to get back on track on October 11, when they tee-off from the TPC Stadium Course in La Quinta, Calif. while taking part in The Prestige at the PGA West.