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Galligan Tied For 12th At The Prestige At PGA West

Galligan Tied For 12th At The Prestige At PGA West

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LA QUINTA, Calif. – Three members of the Washington men’s golf team finished up their first round at The Prestige at PGA West individual tournament, with Husky Robert Galligan in contention in the 49-man field.
Galligan, a junior from Dublin, Ireland, was in the top-three until an untimely double-bogey on the 18th hole dropped him to a tie for 12th. Prior to that, he’d played the course at 3-under through 17 holes, including four birdies and one bogey. HIs fourth birdie came on No. 17, moving him into the top-five.
Galligan finished with a 1-under 71, good for a tie for 12th, four strokes back of the leader and still just two back of a tie for third.
Freshman Patrick Hong finished the day tied for 23rd at 1-over, finishing strong with birdies on his final two holes.
Sophomore Aidan O’Hagan finished the day 2-over, good for 28th place. He carded two birdies and four bogies in his round.
The tournament – which also features a team competition – continues with the second round on Tuesday


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