The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa men’s golf team posted its best finish ever at the Bill Cullum Invitational, held October 10–11 in Valencia, California. The Rainbow Warriors carded a 293 for an 862 total, which earned them fourth place.
UH‘s top finisher was Atsuya Oishi, who carded a final round 74 for a 2-under 214 total and a tie for eighth place. Blaze Akana and Tyler Ogawa tied for 19th at 2-over 218 while Remington Hirano was one stroke back at 3-over 219 and a tie for 22nd place.
Also competing for the Rainbow Warriors were Josh Hayashida (220, t-26th) and Isaiah Kanno (228, t-49th), who was competing as an individual.
Previously, UH‘s best finish at the Bill Cullum Invitational was ninth place in 2013. The Rainbow Warriors, who were making their seventh all-time appearance at the tournament, finished third among six Big West teams in the 10-team field.
UH will return home to host the Kāʻanapali Classic Collegiate Invitational, October 28–30 at the Royal Kāʻanapali Golf Course on Maui, which will close out the fall season.
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