Category: Golf

Men’s golf ties for 9th at PING/Golfweek Preview

The Alabama men’s golf team shot 3-over-par 283 in the final round of the 2012 PING/Golfweek Preview at the par-70, 7,248-yard Crabapple Course at the Capital City Club on Tuesday where it finished tied for ninth place. The Crimson Tide finished at 21-over-par 861, as did San Diego State. Host Georgia Tech and California tied for first at 5-over-par 845, […]

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Tide women’s golf finishes 8th at Cougar Classic

The No. 1 Alabama women’s golf team finished eighth at the Cougar Classic on Tuesday with a 54-hole total of 13-over-par 877 on the par-72, 6,219-yard Yeamans Hall Club. Florida won the event with a 12-under total of 852, while Duke finished second at 6-under 858, with Southern California third at 1-under 863. Vanderbilt (E, 864) and Georgia (+3, 867) […]

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Men’s golf finishes third at Carpet Capital Collegiate

The No. 1 ranked Alabama men’s golf team finished third at the 2012 Carpet Capital Collegiate on Sunday at the par-72, 7,012-yard Farm Golf Club, with a 54-hole total of 1-over-par 865. The Crimson Tide shot rounds of 284 (-4), 289 (+1) and 292 (+4) during its first tournament of the season. Texas captured the tournament title at 13-under-par 851 […]

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Women’s golf tied for 7th after first round at Cougar Classic

The No. 1 Alabama women’s golf team shot 289, 1-over-par, in the opening round of the 2012 Cougar Classic on the par-72, 6,219-yard Yeamans Hall Club. The Crimson Tide is tied for seventh but with only four shots off the lead of Southern California (-3, 285). Duke, Florida and Virginia are tied for second at 2-under 286 with Georgia in […]

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Alabama freshman named player of the year

Alabama freshman Justin Thomas was named the 2012 Jack Nicklaus Award recipient for Division-I men’s golf, the Golf Coaches Association of America announced Sunday morning. Thomas was also previously honored with the Phil Mickelson Award, presented by the Phil and Amy Mickelson Foundation, as the nation’s most outstanding freshman. He was also named a PING First-Team All-American selection. A native […]

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