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The Gators are four strokes out of the match play tournament entering Friday.
Freshman Joe Pagdin is tied for fifth individually entering the second round after a 2-under-par showing Wednesday.
After a long season full of wins, losses and COVID-19 cancellations, the Florida Gators finally travel to St. Simons Island, Georgia, to compete in the 2021 SEC Championship.
The Gators are in a tie for fourth and sit seven shots back of the leader entering day two of the 2021 SEC Championship
Joe Pagdin finished in fifth place individually while Florida came in fourth in the team’s last regular season tournament.
The Gators shot a collective 8-over-par Monday and sit four shots behind the leading Oklahoma Sooners. Freshman Joe Pagdin ties for the individual lead in Naples.
Florida finishes its regular season in the Bayou at the LSU Tiger Golf Classic.
Sophomore Annabell Fuller and senior Addie Baggarly are set to walk in the footsteps of some of golf’s greatest legends this week as they try to etch their names into the allure of the sport’s greatest sanctuary.
The Gators will look to bounce back at the LSU Tiger Invitational April 6 and 7.
Florida returns to the course this weekend in Athens without Annabell Fuller and Addie Baggarly.
Florida will look to end the tournament on a high note Wednesday, with golf set to resume at 11:30 a.m.
The Gators will have two weeks to regroup until their next tournament on March 15.
Florida will travel to Columbia, South Carolina to compete against 10 top-25 teams at the Gamecock Invitational.