Just a couple miles away from LAX, Westchester Golf Course offers players a full 18 holes from early morning to past sundown. (Courtesy of Westchester Golf Course)
With limited sports to watch, remote summer sessions and endless canceled internships, a lot of Bruins are looking for hobbies to fill their time.
Any students still near campus have hiking trails, beaches and top-tier takeout at their fingertips, but for anyone looking to pick up a new sport this summer, there’s always golf.
The Bruins’ logged their best finish so far this spring, despite no movement on the leaderboard after round two.
No. 21 UCLA men’s golf tied for fifth place after three rounds across three days at the Southern Highlands Collegiate in Las Vegas.
Jared Tay, Assistant Sports editor
Marks Stadium’s capacity is less than a fifth of the Los Angeles Tennis Center.
But despite the vast difference in the size of the venues, coach Stella Sampras Webster said the Bruins will have to mentally prepare for the hostile environment of the small, 1,000-seat home stadium of the Trojans.
The Bruins were seventh-best once again.
UCLA men’s golf scored a 3-under 849 to place seventh out of a 16-team field in The Prestige presented by Charles Schwab, which ran Monday through Wednesday in La Quinta, California.
The Bruins’ three-month hiatus will come to an end Monday.
UCLA men’s golf will open its spring slate at the Southwestern Invitational in Westlake Village, California, running Monday through Tuesday.
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