NCAA Southwest: UCLA wins by 17
19 May 2013
by Golfweek

see also: University of Texas Golf Club

By Julie Williams, Golfweek

In winning its third stroke-play title of the season at the NCAA Tempe Regional, UCLA also claimed its fifth regional title in the past decade.

The Bruins won wire-to-wire, and after building their lead to 11 shots in Round 2, brought the same level of intensity to Saturday's final round. UCLA posted an 11-under 269 at the par-70 Karsten Golf Course, the lowest final round by three shots.

Credit Jonathan Garrick for widening UCLA’s margin of victory even more Saturday. The freshman shot a final-round 64, which was the third 64 posted by a UCLA player over the 54-hole event. Senior Pontus Widegren posted that number in Round 1, followed by fellow senior Pedro Figueiredo in Round 2.

Garrick, who tied for second at 8-under 202, was the low Bruin. Three teammates also finished inside the top 10.

UCLA’s 30-under 810 total is the team’s lowest this season. The Bruins finished 17 shots ahead of runners-up Georgia and Central Florida.

ABOUT THE NCAA Division I Southwest Regional

54 hole men's NCAA Regional from which the low teams advance to the NCAA Championship.

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Results For NCAA Division I Golf Championship - Southwest Regional
Place  PtsScores
1EnglandGreg EasonEngland70065-63-70--198
T2CAJonathan GarrickAtherton, CA50069-69-64--202
T2PortugalRicardo GouveiaPortugal50068-66-68--202
T4PhilippinesAnton ArboledaPhilippines40067-69-67--203
T4PortugalPedro FigueiredoPortugal40071-64-68--203

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