Category: Golf

Tide golf team to compete in Tennessee tournament

For the first time in program history, the No. 1 Alabama men’s golf team will travel to Franklin, Tenn., for the Mason Rudolph Championship. This will be the last tournament for Alabama before the SEC Championship. It will also be a reunion for some players, as the previous assistant coach for Alabama is now the head coach at Vanderbilt. Coach […]

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Tide golf team prepares for final weekend tournament

The Alabama women’s golf team has had nearly a month to prepare after finishing ninth and falling 36 shots behind the winning Duke Blue Devils at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate in early March. The Crimson Tide will head to Athens, Ga., this weekend to compete in the annual Liz Murphy Collegiate Classic, hosted by the University of Georgia. “We’ve gotten […]

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Top recruit leads Tide with skills, new positivity

Coming out as the No. 1 recruit in 2012, Emma Talley was awarded the last spot on the women’s golf team. Since her arrival, Talley has brought more than just experience to the team. Talley has been in the starting lineup since she joined the team, averaging 73.00 points last season. And she compete in the Kraft Nabisco Championship later […]

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Tide attracts Hogan’s Watch List

Ben Hogan’s Watch List is an esteemed list that highlights collegiate golfers for their talents on and off the green throughout the country. For The University of Alabama, Hogan’s Watch List marked four golfers this year to watch for. This is the first time in history that Alabama has four players listed, matching Oklahoma in 2010 and California State in […]

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Tide seeks another title with young team

With only four players returning this season, the Alabama men’s golf team has a lot of work ahead if the team wants to win another national championship. Sophomore Tom Lovelady and seniors Cory Whitsett, Bobby Wyatt and Trey Mullinax round out the team’s experienced players. All four have a championship under their belt. “We’ve only won one national championship in […]

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