BC men’s golf team improves

Marcus Castro, Reporter

Bakersfield College men’s golf team has improved as they put up some of the best scores all season.

BC men’s golf placed fifth at Ventura College with a team score of 399. That score is the best score that the team has had all season long. Santa Barbara City College took first place with a team score of 369.

“Best tourney of the year so far. We may have reached a turning point for the better,” said coach Bob Paillet.

Paillet unfortunately was suspended two matches, VC match and the Peterson Tourney, for playing an ineligible player. The BC women’s golf coach, Brittney Goehring, took over for the two matches.

Jeremy Choi placed fourth overall with a score of 72.

Brad Chamberlain shot a 77, Jerren Walter shot an 82, Bowdy Carroll shot an 83, and Robert Chavez shot an 85.

BC men’s golf hit the road for the Peterson tourney where they shot a team score of 405.

Choi led the team with with a score of 71. Walter played well showing the team he has leadership potential by shooting a 75.

Chamberlain shot an 85, Jarrett Buntley shot an 85, Tal Elliot shot an 89, and Carroll shot a 90.

The team will be playing at Antelope Valley College on March 20, and they will be playing at Allan Hancock College on March 30.