LAHAINA, Hawaii — The No. 11-ranked Georgia men’s golf team completed the fall portion of its schedule on Sunday with a sixth-place finish in the Ka‘anapali Classic Collegiate Invitational.
Playing the Royal Ka‘anapali Golf Course’s par-71, 6,700-yard layout on Maui, the Bulldogs posted a 7-under 277 in the final round to wind up at 25-under 827 for the tournament. Team honors went to California at 47-under 805.
Sophomore John Hilliard Catanzaro and freshman Will Kahlstorf paced the Bulldogs in the final round as each signed for a 3-under 68. Sophomore Davis Thompson followed at 1-under 71, while junior Spencer Ralston and freshman Trent Phillips landed at even-par 71. (For Phillips, that snapped his streak of rounds in the 60s to begin his collegiate career at 10.)
Ralston was the top Bulldog in ninth place as he finished at 9-under 204. California’s Sebastian Crampton claimed medalist honors at 17-under 196. Phillips came in 11th at 8-under 205, followed by Thompson at 3-under 210, Kahlstorf at 2-under 211, and Catanzaro at 2-over 215.
Competing as an individual, junior Trevor Phillips fired a 4-under 67 in the final round to wind up 3-under 210.
The Bulldogs will be idle until the Puerto Rico Classic in February.