Former BYU Golfer Peter Kuest Shoots 23-Under To Win 2020 Utah Open

Aug 16, 2020, 9:56 PM | Updated: 9:58 pm
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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Former BYU Cougars golfer Peter Kuest finished with a score of 23-under and sailed past the competition to win the 2020 Utah Open.

The 2020 Siegfried & Jensen Utah Open was held at Riverside Country Club in Provo, Utah from August 14-16.

Kuest finished the tournament having taken 193 strokes, which was seven less than the three golfers that tied for second place.

It was his first professional victory.

During his final round of play on Sunday, August 16, the former Cougar recorded seven birdies.

He finished the day with a third-round score of seven-under, 65.


  1. Peter Kuest (-23)
  2. Kavan Eubank (-16)
  3. Hayden Christesnen (-14)
  4. Kelton Hirsch (-14)
  5. Zahkai Brown (-14)
  6. Blake Cannon (-13)

Peter Kuest’s BYU Career

Kuest, a native of Fresno, California, played for the BYU men’s golf team from 2016-2020.

As a senior, he averaged a program record score of 69.42.

Kuest finished his college career with 10 wins and 29 top 20 finishes.

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