COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Mizzou men’s golf team is set to head west for the 2021 Husky Invitational, Sept. 20-21 at the Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Washington. The two-day 54-hole event will feature 36 holes in continuous rounds on Monday and a final 18 starting Tuesday morning.
When: Sept. 20 – 21
Where: Gold Mountain Golf Club – Olympic Course
Course Info: Par-72; 7,155-yards
The field for the 2021 Husky Invitational features six teams that played in the 2021 NCAA Regionals. The field consists of Mizzou, Washington, Washington State, Seattle, Oregon, Oregon State, St. Mary’s, Long Beach State, San Jose State, San Diego State, Boise State, Idaho, Nevada, Cal Poly, Southern Mississippi State and Toledo.
1. Jack Parker
2. Jack Lundin
3. Tommy Boone
4. Yu Ta Tsai
5. Charlie Crockett
Inside the Lineup
Parker has collected back-to-back top five finishes to begin the fall schedule including a victory at the Turning Stone Intercollegiate. Parker carded a 9-under 207 to capture the Turning Stone Intercollegiate Individual Title, his first career victory. At the Missouri Tiger Shootout, Parker finished 1-over 73 to place tied for fourth.
In his first two events as a Tiger during the fall schedule, Lundin has a stroke average of 69.0 with two top five finishes. The Sioux Falls, S.D., native shot a 6-under 66 to win the Missouri Tiger Shootout at the club at Old Hawthorne. At the Turning Stone Intercollegiate, Lundin carded a career-low 210 (67-72-71) to finish tied for third.
In four rounds during the fall schedule Boone has a stroke average of 70.7 and has shot under par in three of the four rounds. Two weeks ago, at the Turning Stone Intercollegiate, Boone posted a career-low 212 (69-74-69) to finish seventh.
Yu Ta Tsai:
In the first two tournaments of the fall schedule Tsai has averaged 72.7 strokes per round and has collected a top five and a top 10 finish. At the Turning Stone Intercollegiate, Tsai carded a 2-over 218 to finish tied for 18th and fourth on the Tigers.
It will be the first tournament of the fall schedule for Crockett who transferred from Hutchinson Community College. At Hutchinson CC Crockett was a two-time First Team PING All-American and averaged 72.3 strokes per round with 12 rounds under par.