Coach J.C. Deacon’s decision to stick Andy Zhang into the UF men’s golf team’s starting lineup is paying off, as Florida is tied for the lead with one round to go at the Trinity Forest Invitational in Dallas.
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Coming into the Gators second fall tournament on Sunday, men’s golf coach J.C. Deacon expected more out of his team.
Gators senior Taylor Tomlinson’s season didn’t begin the way that she wanted it to at the Ocean Course Invitational earlier this month. Tomlinson, the only upperclassman on the Gators’ roster, was outshined by two freshmen on her way to a disappointing 50th-place finish.
After two rounds of play at the Ocean Course Invitational, the Gators found themselves in a disappointing sixth place. It was a rough and windy afternoon at the future site of the 2021 PGA Championship, and for Florida, it was not the start to the season that it had hoped for.
Although Hurricane Irma looms over the state of Florida, it’s business as usual for the Gators men’s golf team, which begins its season on Friday.
Windy weather and rough conditions were not enough to stop the Gators women’s golfers on Tuesday, as they put together a strong finish in the third and final round of play at the Ocean Course Invitational in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
The Gators women’s golf team began its season Monday morning at the beautiful Ocean Course Invitational in Kiawah Island, South Carolina. However, after one round of action, the leaderboard for Florida was anything but beautiful.
He found his love for the sport while watching the Masters at 5 years old. He grew up learning to play golf with a deodorant ball, plastic bag and a charcoal grill tool that barely resembled a putter.
Sundays at the Tomlinson household have had a very specific routine for the past 15 years.
Facing elimination on Monday, the Gators women’s golf team showed no quit, posting the third-lowest team score on the day to advance to match play in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship in Sugar Grove, Illinois.
The Gators women’s golf team found itself within striking distance of the cutoff after Sunday’s second round of play at the NCAA Championships in Sugar Grove, Illinois.
An individual SEC champion, five team wins and four more top-five finishes. The Florida men’s golf team had all of the keys it needed to have a successful 2016-17 campaign.
For all the noise the Florida women’s golf team made entering Friday’s NCAA Championship, one might have reasonably thought UF was a strong contender for the title. The fifth-ranked team in the nation entered the weekend following a grind-it-out style win in the NCAA Regional in Columbus, Ohio.
Going into the final round of the NCAA Regional, Florida's men's golf team was in prime position to advance to the national championship. But after Wednesday’s performance, the Gators will head back to Gainesville empty-handed, as their season ended with a combined 24-over in the final round, putting their total score at 27-over in the tournament.
The No. 5 Florida men’s golf team sat in fifth place in the NCAA Regional at the end of round one on Monday. Today, the Gators bounced back and gained two positions in the leaderboard, moving into third place at the end of two rounds at Kampen Golf Course in West Lafayette, Indiana.
With high expectations and the No. 1 seed in the region, all eyes were on the Gators as they began round one of the NCAA Regional at Kampen Golf Course in West Lafayette, Indiana. When Monday’s action concluded, Florida sat in a tie for fifth place after shooting a combined 4-over par.