Category: Golf (W)

Tide to end preseason this weekend

As the fall season draws to a close, the No. 3 Crimson Tide women’s golf team hopes for a strong finish to its preseason. The team will return to North Carolina at the Landfall Tradition this weekend in Wilmington, N.C. The Crimson Tide last finished fifth at the Tar Heel Invitational with a score of 14-over. “We kind of shot […]

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Tide hopes to rebound from 8th-place finish

After what the team felt was a less-than-stellar outing at its last tournament, the Alabama women’s golf team will resume its fall season this weekend when it competes in the Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel Invitational. The Crimson Tide is coming off an eighth-place finish at the Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship, which matches the team’s worst since a ninth-place finish in […]

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Woman’s golf team prepares for 2nd tournament

The women’s golf team will try to improve on a fourth-place finish at the first tournament of the season when it travels to Franklin, Tenn., to compete in the Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship this weekend. The Crimson Tide was able to recover from a 10-over-par first round at the Dale McNamara Fall Preview with a 2-over second round, which moved […]

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Women’s golf team confident heading into tournament

The Crimson Tide women’s golf team is hungry for victory. After winning the 2012 NCAA Championship, the team won a school-record seven tournaments last season, including the SEC Championship. However, it finished a disappointing seventh at its next NCAA Championship appearance. “To go to the national championship and do what we did, it really hurt; we were all really upset,” […]

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Crimson Tide women’s gold schedule unveiled for next season

The Crimson Tide women’s golf team released its 2013-14 schedule on Tuesday, and it features some of the most difficult events in collegiate golf. Three of the four courses on the fall schedule – Tulsa Country Club, Vanderbilt Legends Club and Country Club of Landfall – have hosted or will host NCAA championships between 2009 and 2014. “This is another […]

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