Phil Livingston

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The PAC12 held its 2017 championship tournament at the Boulder CC in late April.  As a Cal grad and big fan I largely followed the Bears around the course.  Wyndam Clark of Oregon won the tournament.  Cal finished 8th.

Cal's Collin Morikawa on the 10th hole.  Collin was Cal's one seed.  He played well and finished tied for 6th at four over par

This is my favorite picture of the weekend.  The par 5 12th hole.  The players routinely reached in two.  The mountains aren't nearly as close as this picture would indicate.  That's the Devil's Thumb in the distance along Boulder's famous Flatirons.

Cal's Finigan TIlly on the picturesque 15th hole.  Par 3.



Cal's Walker Huddy on the tee at #2.  Walker is a graduating senior from the Haas School of Business.  He is going to give the Web tour a shot with a backup plan in sports agency focused on golf players.  Walker played well finishing T17 at seven over par.

It SNOWED on Saturday washing out the tournament that day.  Sunday morning the Colorado sun shown bright and melted most of the two inches of snow and play resumed.  Here the officials are telling the coaches how the snow should be treated like casual water allowing the players to drop at the nearest point of relief.


Franklin Huang of Stanford, Carl Yuan of Washington and Wyndam Clark of Oregon.  Wyndam was the eventual winner and Franklin T2.


Franklin Huang of Stanford finished tied for 2nd at -1.  He's standing on the first tee.

Walker Huddy of Cal and his proud dad.  This was just after Walker hit a beautiful flop shot from about ten feet off the green.  It landed softly and rolled in for a birdie on the challenging 9th green.  Great shot!

That's Barb holding the quiet sign on the balcony overlooking the first tee.

Wyndam Clark leaving the 18th green after winning the tournament.

That's me working as a volunteer on the first tee.  It was a fun event.  BCC showed well.  Tough greens made it challenging for the young guns from the PAC12.

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