PRINCETON, N.J.—The Columbia men’s golf team will compete at the Princeton Invitational this weekend at the Springdale Golf Club. Due to potential weather and course conditions, the event will now start on Friday for one round at 12:30 p.m. and continue on Saturday for one round with a start time yet to be determined.

 

Tee times and live scoring will be available via Golfstat at this link. The Springdale Golf Club will have a par of 71 and measure 6,415 yards for the event. Information on the Springdale Golf Club is available at this link.

 

Columbia is one 13 teams and seven Ivy League teams competing at the event, including host Princeton, Brown, Cornell, Georgetown, Harvard, Loyola, Md., Penn, Rider, Saint Joseph’s, Seton Hall, Temple and Yale.

 

Competing for Columbia this weekend will be senior Curtis Chan, sophomore Cullen Chung, first-year Arjun Puri, first-year John Robertson and first-year Dan Terrell. First-round pairings are posted at this link.

 

The event is the third of five spring events for Columbia men’s golf as the Lions will compete in the Penn State Invitational (April 14-15) before preparing for the The Ivy League Championship, which is scheduled for April 20-22 at Stonewell in Elverson, Pa.