Feb. 19, 2013
After 36 holes of golf the Arizona State men remain in seventh place, jumping three positions on the leaderboard Tuesday from The Prestige at PGA West from Palm Desert, Calif. As was the first round, the second round was postponed due to darkness, but the Sun Devils were one of seven schools to complete the round.
Having three holes to finish in the first round before beginning its second round, ASU finally closed its first round at two-over par 286. The second round proved tough for all schools, though, as the Sun Devils shot ten-over par in the second round, yet still climbed up on the leaderboard. At 12-over par, they are five strokes behind sixth-place Stanford. UCLA leads at six-under par but has only completed 12 holes of the second round.
Freshman Max Rottluff closed out the first round shooting a two-under par 69, but shot four-over par in the second round. At two-over par for the tournament he is tied for 19th, six strokes behind the leaders.
Jon Rahm finished out his first round at even par 71, but then went on to shoot three-over par in the second round, where he remains heading into the final 18 holes. He is tied for 24th.
Austin Quick notched a solid second round outing, shooting a one-over par 72 to go along with his first round of 74. His good play has him tied for 30th. Alberto Sanchez has shot rounds of 74 and 73 and sits tied for 38th.
The third and final round from The Prestige at PGA West will take place all day Wednesday, with live scoring available here.