Eight out of 10.
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No. 8 UF took home its third consecutive and fifth overall victory of the season on Tuesday, widening its lead from Monday’s back-to-back rounds and giving Florida its most single-season victories since Emily Glaser became coach in 2012.
After a runner-up finish in its last tournament, the No. 2 Florida men’s golf team will tee off today in the opening rounds of the Valspar Collegiate in Palm City.
Coming off a home victory, UF returns to Johns Island, South Carolina, today to compete in the Briar’s Creek Invitational.
Monday will be a homecoming of sorts for men’s golf coach J.C. Deacon when his No. 2 Florida Gators tee off at the 2016 Southern Highlands Collegiate in Las Vegas.
After seeing their seven-shot lead dissolve, one stroke made the difference for No. 11 Florida in Tuesday’s final round of the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Golf Championship.
Following UF’s decisive first-place victory at the Florida Challenge last week, the Gators have their eyes set on a larger prize.
The Florida women’s golf team started its Spring season on an explosive note after going club-to-club with other Florida teams in the Florida Challenge tournament on Monday.
The No. 12 Florida Gators men’s golf team opened up spring play with a bang on Monday at the Sea Best Invitational due to the spectacular play of the team’s underclassmen.
It’s the story of two childhood best friends and the Canadian golf coach that left Las Vegas to bring them together.
The Fall season may be over, but No. 9 Florida is already looking to get back into the swing of things for Spring.
Coach Emily Glaser said on Monday the Gators can compete with any team in the nation.
No. 18 Florida made a statement on Tuesday when it placed four Gators in the top five of the Florida Gulf Coast University Classic, capturing their first team win of the season in the final Fall tournament.
No. 20 Florida is one day away from finishing the Fall with their first team win of the season.
No. 18 Florida leads the Florida Gulf Coast University Classic by a staggering 31 strokes.
As No. 17 Florida’s closes in on the season’s end, its primary focus is beginnings.
After a dismal opening round Sunday put the Gators in 12th place at the Tavistock Collegiate, coach JC Deacon could have chalked the tournament up as a loss.
For the second straight tournament, No. 18 Florida sprung to life in round two after burying itself beneath the competition in round one.