The Baylor men’s golf team has competed in seven tournaments for the season. In the first six, the Bears were in the top four of the teams after the first round. That is not the case after Sunday’s first round of the Querencia Cabo Collegiate in Los Cabos, Mexico. The team finds itself in 14th place with 299 for the day. No. 1 Oklahoma State leads the tournament with a 276 round.
There are two rounds remaining in the competition, which resumes Monday.
Garrett May leads Baylor’s individual players, tied for 26th after shooting a 1-over 72. Matthew Perrine and Travis McInroe both had rounds of 75 and are in a tie for 53rd, while Colin Kober is tied for 61st with a 76.
The Bears begin play tomorrow with Texas, Duke and Arkansas with a 10 a.m. CT shotgun start.