Severe weather pummeling the Carolinas has seemingly affected everyone but the Gators women’s golf team.
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Last season, then-junior Sierra Brooks torched the rest of the field on her way to a seven-stroke individual victory at the Cougar Classic. Rounds of 65 and 62 – the latter setting a course record – also led Florida to a team victory in its annual season opener in South Carolina.
Sam Riffice looked like he had been there before.
Sierra Brooks waited anxiously in the clubhouse after finishing the stroke play portion of the NCAA Championships in a tie for first with Arkansas’ Maria Fassi.
Sierra Brooks pumped her fist and followed her ball as it maneuvered slightly from left to right and into the hole. The 15-foot putt on the ninth green put the junior at 4 under for the competition and in the outright lead for the NCAA individual title heading into the final day of the NCAA Championships.
Sophomores John Axelsen and Chris Nido headlined a solid start to the first round of the NCAA Regional Tournament for the Florida men’s golf team.
Florida women's golf coach Emily Glaser had brought her team to the NCAA Championships five times before this week.
The Florida men’s golf team has come within a match of winning the SEC Championships for two consecutive years.
The Florida men’s golf team entered the final round of the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate in fourth place at 20 over.
Florida remains atop the leaderboard after Day 3 of the SEC Women’s Championship, despite not one team shooting under par in a difficult day at the Greystone Golf & Country Club.
The Florida men’s golf team was not the only one that struggled in the first day of the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate.
Juniors Marta Perez and Sierra Brooks headlined a massive day on the links for the Florida women’s golf team in Round 2 of the SEC Women’s Championships.
The Florida women’s golf team remembers how the 2018 SEC Championships played out.
The Florida Gators women’s golf team had a chance to capture fifth place on the final day of the Liz Murphy Collegiate Classic.
The Florida women’s golf team entered the Liz Murphy Collegiate Classic without two of its regular starters.