Florida defended its home course this weekend and dominated the Vystars Gators Invitational at Mark Bostick Golf Course, winning its second-straight tournament by 18 strokes.
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Most college students would love to spend their spring break in Las Vegas, but for the No. 22 Gators this weekend's trip was all business.
Plenty of excuses could’ve been made for No. 10 Florida at the Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate, considering heavy rain was a problem all weekend and the team was coming off its worst performance of the season last week.
The Gators were close to starting their spring season with an impressive tournament win. Freshman Ricky Castillo and junior John Axelsen finished first and second on the individual leaderboard at the Sea Best Invitational in Jacksonville Tuesday, but the team ultimately lost by two strokes to No. 20 Texas A&M.
The Florida men’s golf team is hoping to play up to its potential this spring, following a fall season filled with ups and downs.
Marina Escobar Domingo knows that at 16 years old, playing in a golf tournament among Spain’s best, including her idol, was quite a feat.
It was a tale of two rounds for the Gators women’s golf team this weekend in Northern California.
After a mildly disappointing start to the season a few weeks ago, the Gators men’s golf team will strive to build some much-needed momentum this weekend at the OFCC/Fighting Illini Invitational in Chicago.
It wasn’t the trailblazing, birdie-filled golf that was good enough for third place in last week’s season-opener, but the Gators women’s golf team still managed to capture its first win of the season at the Glass City Invitational.