Tough tournament for Cascade golfers

University of the Fraser Valley, PACWest

Aaron Pauls and the University of the Fraser Valley men’s golf team finished fifth at the latest PACWest tournament, hosted by Camosun College in Victoria.

The Cascades turned in an overall score of 609, led by Mission’s Mitch Lock, who shot a two day total of 149 to tie for seventh overall.

Pauls tied for 12th with a two day score of 151 and he and Lock were the only two Cascades to finish in the Top 12.

Scott Benstead shot a 153 to tie for 13th. Dan MacArthur (Aldergrove)  tied for 20th with a 161 and Darren Whitehouse (Langley) tied for 21st with a 162.

UFV’s overall record places them third in PACWest play with a team score of 1,772. They trail first place Capilano University by seven strokes heading into the final regular season tournament, taking place this weekend at the Chilliwack Golf and Country Club.

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