UVIC GOLF: Women win Vikes Shootout, men third

Vikes win eighth annual Vikes Shootout, Cordova Bay Golf Course, Oct. 23 and 24

A two-over-par total was enough for Megan Woodland to give herself and the UVic Vikes women’s golf team first place at the Vikes Shootout, ending Tuesday at Cordova Bay Golf Course.

It’s the Vikes women’s second team title at the Shootout in two years, scoring a total 623 (309+314), nine shots ahead of Concordia. Alberta was third at 674.

Woodland hit two of her six birdies in the final round (70 and 76, 146) and was four shots ahead of second-place finisher Sara Molyneux (Concordia).

Meanwhile the Vikes men was third spot in the team standings. James Holland was the Vikes top male. He shot 70 and 75 for a 145 total, tying him for fourth spot.


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