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.
Two Bruin freshmen placed in the top three Tuesday, both earning career-best finishes.
No. 12 UCLA women’s golf shot a 16-over 880 at the Bruin Wave Invitational in San Luis Obispo, California, finishing in second place behind No.
After falling just short of a win two weeks ago, the Bruins will have a chance to take first place at home.
No. 12 UCLA women’s golf will compete in the Bruin Wave Invitational at the San Luis Obispo Country Club in San Luis Obispo, California, from Monday through Tuesday.
The Bruins rallied to a top-half finish in a pool that included eight top-10 teams.
No. 19 UCLA women’s golf shot a 6-over 858 en route to a fourth-place finish at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge in Palos Verdes Estates, California, on Tuesday.
Jared Tay, assistant Sports editor
The Bruins will see the nation’s top teams for the first time this season.
No. 4 UCLA women’s tennis (4-0) will head to Chicago to take part in the ITA National Women’s Team Indoor Championships Friday through Monday.
Nico Edgar, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins will look to secure a chance to play against the nations’ elite.
No. 10 UCLA men’s tennis will welcome San Diego State to the Los Angeles Tennis Center on Saturday for the ITA Kick-Off weekend.
The Bruins finished off the fall season with their best result yet.
No. 20 UCLA women’s golf shot a 17-under 859 to clinch second place at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview in Kailua Kona, Hawaii, which ran from Monday through Wednesday.
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