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As the Florida women’s golf team gets its season started on Monday, it will look to rebound from a disappointing postseason appearance in 2021.
The Gators’ women’s golf team kicks off their season Sept. 13 in Charleston, South Carolina.
Florida men’s golf’s 2021-22 schedule features four fall and five spring events before postseason play in the heat of the summer.
Amateur Yuxin Lin, PGA Tour pro Billy Horschel and European tour pro Sam Horsfield all made the cut during a competitive four rounds at The Open Championship.
Former UC Davis Aggie Jacqueline Lucena set to join Gators prior to upcoming season.
“Use what you have to give back… and realize how lucky you are,” said Lauren Waidner as she reflected on a collegiate career dedicated to service.
The Florida men’s golf team had a season filled with highs and lows, but youth brings promise of a bright future.
Ricky Castillo competed in the final round of the NCAA Championship as an individual and finished a stroke outside the top-10.
The Gators’ season came to a close for everyone except Ricky Castillo, who will tee it up for one more round in Arizona.
Florida needs a strong Sunday to advance to Monday’s final round of stroke play at the NCAA Championship after high scores derail their second round.
Ricky Castillo kept Florida afloat in the first round of the NCAA Championship and shot a 2-under-par Friday.
Florida faces a stacked field and needs superb play across the board to be competitive.
Florida men’s golf posted the second-lowest score of Wednesday’s final round to climb all the way back into fifth place, just enough to advance to the national championship.
Ricky Castillo put together an exceptional 18 holes, but the Gators still have ground to make up following round one.
The Gators’ season was filled with struggles and a triumph but ultimately fell short of their championship bid aspirations.