NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Vanderbilt men’s golf team, currently the third-ranked team in the nation and the winners of their last two tournaments, travel to Los Cabos, Mexico for the Querencia Cabo Intercollegiate to participate in one of the nation’s top fields Sunday through Tuesday.
The 14-team field includes 12 top 50 teams and six teams in the top 20 nationally. Alabama (No. 14), Arkansas (32), Arizona (50), Arizona State (9), Baylor (36), Florida State (27), Houston, LSU (12), Ole Miss (48), Oklahoma State (1), Rice, Texas A&M (19), and the Commodores are slated to compete next week.
Vanderbilt will send seniors Will Gordon and Patrick Martin, junior John Augenstein, sophomore Mason Greenberg, and freshman Reid Davenport, with sophomore Harrison Ott competing as an individual.
“This is really one of the premiere tournaments in college golf,” said Vanderbilt head coach Scott Limbaugh. “Our hosts are great friends and Los Cabos is truly a special place. Querencia is a great test that helps prepare us for championship golf.”
The Commodores will play 18 holes Sunday through Tuesday at the Querencia Country Club, which will be set up as a par-71, 6,928-yard format.
“I thought we got off to a good start in our first event, but college golf is all about how you progress throughout the season and we feel like we have plenty of room to grow and improve,” said Limbaugh. “This course challenges you mentally to be able to focus on the right things at the right times and we need to be a group that plays with poise, purpose, and patience.”
Live stats can be found on Golfstat.com throughout the week.