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After coming in first place in its previous two events, the Florida women’s golf team capped off a lackluster outing at the Evans Derby Invitational in Auburn, Alabama, on Tuesday afternoon.
It was much of the same for the Florida women’s golf team in Round 2 of the Evans Derby Experience in Auburn, Alabama, after a mediocre showing in Round 1 of the three-day event.
Last week, the Florida Gators women’s golf team won the SunTrust Gator Invitational while setting a tournament record by shooting even par. The week before, it ran away with a win at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Golf Championship. This week at the Evans Derby Experience in Auburn, Alabama, however, an entirely different narrative was written.
It was damage limitation mode for the No. 8 Florida men’s golf team after a brutal opening round at the Schenkel Invitational in Statesboro, Georgia.
Coming off its first win of the season since Sept. 26, the No. 8 Florida men’s golf team was looking to carry its momentum into the first day of the Schenkel Invitational in Statesboro, Georgia, on Friday.
Silence stung the atmosphere like a hornet attacking its prey.
Never before had a team shot even par or better overall at the SunTrust Gator Invitational in Gainesville. That is, never before Sunday.
The Mark Bostick Golf Course in Gainesville, Florida, is known for being one of the more difficult golf courses to play on in the country.
Led by a spectacular performance from freshman Chris Nido, the Florida men’s golf team won the Southern Highlands Collegiate event after trailing entering the final day.
Florida’s men’s golf team was flying high Monday after jumping out to a three-stroke lead on the first day of the Southern Highlands Collegiate event. Today, its momentum evaporated in the Nevada sun.
Two weeks after a disappointing first event of the spring, the Florida men’s golf team rebounded in a big way on Monday at the Southern Highlands Collegiate in Las Vegas.
Florida women’s golf coach Emily Glaser appears to be tearing a page out of the Philadelphia 76ers’ playbook as she “trusts the process.” And by the look of her team’s recent success, it appears to be working.
The Gators have finally broken through in a big way.
Sierra Brooks’ career at Florida is off to an impressive start.
The SunTrust Gator Invitational, which concluded on Sunday, did not go as planned for the No. 8 Florida men’s golf team.
Florida’s women’s golfer Sierra Brooks has responded to her recent demotion well.
After winning the Florida Challenge in late January and then shooting a dismal 11 over last weekend at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge in Palos Verdes, California, Sierra Brooks came out on fire Sunday at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Championship in New Orleans.
After 36 holes on Saturday, the No. 8 Florida men’s golf team was just a stroke behind No. 3 Vanderbilt for the lead in the SunTrust Gator Invitational, its first competitive event of the spring season.
It was a beautiful day for golf. With temperatures in the 70s for most of the morning and afternoon, Gordon Neale approached the 18th hole for the second time on Saturday. Under the coverage of scattered clouds, Neale took out his sand wedge and let loose a shot that elicited a roar from the crowd gathered near the green.