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Topic - Michael Kim
Graeme McDowell has already moved on to other majors.
Michael Kim atoned for Cal not winning the NCAA title by earning a spot in the U.S. Open.
The top-ranked California men's golf team has no home course to call its own, typically shuttling among seven or eight local spots. Most of the Golden Bears were passed on by the elite college golf programs.
"I didn't really feel too nervous out there, other than maybe a couple moments," he said. "I just tried to have fun. Tried not to expect too much."
"The school record was three wins when (senior) Max (Homa) got here," said Kim, a national player of the year candidate and Cal's third player this season to be ranked No. 1. "Since I got here, we've had wins in bunches. And nowadays it's almost like we're supposed to win. The expectations have changed. I'm hoping the junior golfers see what we're doing and want to come to Cal."