LAHAINA, Hawaii – The San José State men's golf team will compete in the Ka‘anapali Classic Collegiate Invitational this Thursday through Saturday at the Royal Kā‘anapali Course in Lahaina, Hawaii hosted by Hawaiʻi.
- SJSU has a scoring average of 70.19 through its first three events.
- The Spartans come off a third place finish at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational shooting an all-time low of 819 (-33).
- Senior Carl Corpus leads the Spartans with a stroke average of 69.89 in all three events.
- He also has eight out of nine rounds recorded at par or better this season.
- The Ka‘anapali Classic Collegiate Invitational will feature a large field including Air Force, Boise State, Clemson, Colorado, CSUN, Denver, East Tennessee State, Georgia, Gonzaga, Hawaiʻi, Kansas, Liberty, Louisiana Lafayette, Mount St. Mary's, North Florida, Oklahoma, Sacramento State, UConn, and Wyoming.
- The Royal Ka‘anapali Course will be a par 71 at 6,700 yards.
- The lineup for the Spartans consists of Caleb Shetler, Kristopher Stiles, Ivan Barahona, Avinash Iyer and Xuan Luo, while Marlon Jones will play as an individual.
- The Spartans will be without Corpus and Zubair Firdaus this weekend as they will be representing their countries at the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in Melbourne, Australia, October 26-29, at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club.
- The Ka‘anapali Classic Collegiate Invitational is raising money to help Maui's wildfire victims. You can donate at the link above.
NEXT UP: SJSU will open their spring schedule at the Southwestern Intercollegiate Jan. 29-31 in Westlake Village, Calif.
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