The Gators played their last round of team golf of the season on Sunday.
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The Florida men’s golf team didn’t get what it came for at the NCAA Regional Championship in Kohler, Wisconsin.
After Round 1 of the NCAA Regional Championship in Kohler, Wisconsin, Florida men’s golf coach J.C. Deacon said his team gave a few shots back to the field toward the end of the round.
On a day in which the weather was mild, the scoring was hot for the Florida men's golf team.
The last time the Florida men’s golf team competed, the Gators battled a tough golf course and even tougher conditions on their way to a tie for third at the Southeastern Conference Championship.
On Saturday, the Gators secured their place in the NCAA National Championship while claiming some records along the way.
The Gators find themselves in Baton Rouge today to participate in today’s NCAA Regional Championship hosted by LSU.
During Round 2 of the Southeastern Conference Championship, Florida golfer Sam Horsfield hit his second shot into the par-4 fourth at the Sea Island Golf Club.
Although the Florida women’s golf team finished in second place at the Southeastern Conference Championship on Sunday, coming up five strokes short of first-place Alabama, Maria Torres made history.
The Florida men’s golf team made a valiant effort early during the final round of the Southeastern Conference Championship on Sunday.
Florida began the second round of the Southeastern Conference Championship facing a six-stroke gap between them and first-place Alabama. Through a hard-fought 18-holes, the Gators chipped away at the Crimson Tide’s lead, culminating in a tie for first place at 2-over par.
The first day of the Southeastern Conference Tournament ended Friday with No. 8 Florida in second place at 4 over par..
Today, Florida will begin the Southeastern Conference Championship in Birmingham, Alabama — its first test of the postseason.
Yielding to pressure and losing focus can break a golfer, and after ending the regular season with a four-tournament winning streak, the pressure has mounted for Florida’s women’s golf team.
Entering the Mason Rudolph Championship, Florida coach J.C. Deacon said that Gordon Neale’s talent was never the issue. His mind was always the issue.