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Sun sets on Hawaiian conquest

Stanford men’s golf will return home from a lovely winter trip to Hawaii sporting a top-10 finish in the Amer Ari Invitational (278-285-278). The Cardinal started off hot, shooting -10 on day one to put itself in a comfortable fourth place. Only USC (-12), Arizona State (-11) and Washington (-11) shot better days. Sophomore Maverick McNealy quickly…

Season in review: Stanford men’s golf

For the Stanford men’s golf team, the 2013-14 campaign seemed like one of destiny. After failing to advance to the NCAA finals a season ago with a roster loaded with experience and talent, the Cardinal were undoubtedly on a mission to reverse the program’s recent trend of underperformance when the stakes were at their highest.

Men’s golf gears up for national title run

There are few locales in the U.S. that can stake a claim to “Golf Capital of America.” Augusta, Georgia certainly has history and tradition on its side with The Masters, while Pinehurst, North Carolina, fashions itself as “The Cradle of American Golf.” Oakmont Country Club outside of Pittsburgh has hosted a record eight U.S. Opens,…

First-place regional finish clinches NCAA Championships berth

After tasting the bitterness of failure at the 2013 Columbus Regional courtesy of its seventh-place team finish, Stanford washed away any residual feelings on Saturday with a sweet victory at the Eugene Regional Championships.

Outgoing junior Patrick Rodgers made it a sweep of the medalist honors for the Card, winning the event by six strokes and crushing the field in the process. The soon-to-be professional golfer now has 11 individual wins in his illustrious collegiate career, tying the program record held by Tiger Woods. He has but one chance left to break the tie — at the NCAA Championships. The story truly does appear to be writing itself; destiny is afoot.