CU’s Canon Olkowski places second out of 112 players at Saguaro Amateur; DU’s Jones finishes 10th
By Gary Baines – 1/4/2021
University of Colorado golfer Canon Olkowski, who grew up in Grand Junction and now lives in Las Vegas, tied the best final-round score and finished tied for second place out of a field of 112 players at the Saguaro Amateur in Maricopa, Ariz.
Olkowski shot a 4-under-par 68 on Monday to end up at 10-under 206, one stroke behind champion Tucker Allen of Tolar, Texas, a University of Oklahoma golfer.
Olkowski played his final six holes in 4 under par, making an eagle on No. 16. For the round, he carded an eagle, five birdies and three bogeys. Over 54 holes, the 20-year-old chalked up an eagle, 16 birdies and eight bogeys.
Another player from a Colorado-based school, Connor Jones of Westminster and the University of Denver, also posted a top-10 on Monday, tying for 10th place. He went 72-67-72 for a 211 total.
The Saguaro Amateur is part of the Troon Saguaro Amateur Series conducted by CU men’s coach Roy Edwards and his University of Wyoming counterpart, Joe Jensen.
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