The Georgia men’s golf team tee it up today in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico in the Querencia Cabo Intercollegiate tournament.
The Querencia Golf Club course is a 6,928 yards par 72 course, and the tournament will run Sunday through Tuesday. Live results and pairings can be found at Golfstat.com. Action will begin each day with an 11 a.m. shotgun start.
The Bulldogs – who are ranked No. 5 by Golfstat, No. 10 by the GCAA and No. 12 by Golfweek in the latest polls – enter the tournament as the defending champions after posting a 10-shot victory a year ago.
Georgia and co-hosts Arkansas and Houston will be joined in Mexico by Baylor, California, Duke, Florida State, Ole Miss, Oklahoma State, Rice, South Florida, Texas, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest and Washington.
Georgia will use a lineup of seniors Jaime Lopez Rivarola and Greyson Sigg, sophomores Jack Larkin Jr. and Tye Waller, and freshman Spencer Ralston. Ralston leads the Bulldogs with a scoring average of 70.47, followed by Sigg at 70.53.
The Bulldogs will be looking for their first win of the year as they have placed second in three of their five stroke-play events.
“We’ve been close, so we’re encouraged by that,” Georgia head coach Chris Haack said. “We had some success in Mexico last year and we hope to build off of that. The main thing is, we’re hitting the ball well and putting ourselves in contention.”