TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – No. 3 Florida State Men’s Golf prepares for one of the nation’s most prestigious tournaments as it travels to San Antonio, Texas, for the 11th annual Cabo Collegiate, which has been relocated from its usual site in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
This week’s tournament will be played at the Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio. It is the same site as the PGA TOUR’s Valero Open. The individual winner of this weekend’s tournament will be offered an exemption to play in the Valero Open on March 29-April 4.
A very competitive field once again headlines the Cabo Collegiate, which includes Oklahoma, Texas, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Stanford, California, Arkansas, Arizona, Arizona State, Oklahoma State, Houston, Rice, Baylor, Abilene Christian and UTSA along with FSU.
Florida State’s talented lineup includes senior John Pak, graduate transfer Vincent Norrman, senior Connor Futrell (individual), redshirt sophomore Cole Anderson, freshman Frederik Kjettrup and fellow freshman Brett Roberts.
The Seminoles are coming off a big win at the most competitive field to date at the Seminole Intercollegiate, shooting 26-under at Golden Eagle Country Club. Pak placed second at the tournament with a 10-under 206, his best performance so far in the spring.
Cabo Collegiate competitors Oklahoma (No. 1) and Arizona (No. 2) are the lone teams ahead of FSU in the Golfweek rankings. Three ACC teams are ranked in the Top 10 include No. 4 Wake Forest and No. 8 Clemson.
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