Georgia's women’s golf, propelled by the performance from fifth-year senior Jenny Bae, swept the team and individual championships at the NCAA Golf Regional at the Athens Regional on Wednesday, May 10.
The Georgia men’s golf team teed off at Sea Island Golf Club in St. Simons Island on Wednesday, April. 19 to begin competing for the SEC championship.
Georgia women’s golf posted a 10-over 298 in the April 14 round of stroke play qualifying at the SEC Women’s Golf Championship. As a result, Georgia slipped from seventh to ninth on the team leaderboard and fell just two shots shy of advancing to match play.
The Georgia men’s golf team came out hot on Sunday, April 16, posting a 12-under-par 272 to clinch a home tournament title, the Classic City One Day tournament.
On March 30, March 31 and April 1, Georgia’s Jenny Bae competed in the Augusta National Women’s Amateur, finishing as the runner-up behind Stanford’s Rose Zhang, the defending champion.
The Georgia men's golf team traveled to Naples, Florida, for the Calusa Cup, finishing tied with Texas Tech for fifth. North Carolina won the tournament with a 4-under-par 860.
Brothers Maxwell and David Ford are rising up the ranks of collegiate golf, one putt at a time, despite the fact that they attend schools over 300 miles apart. They are two-thirds of a set of triplets — their sister, Abigail, is a sophomore at the University of Georgia — a competitive connection that fueled them in their youth and still propels them today.
Georgia women’s golf stayed home this weekend, competing in the 51st annual Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic at its home course. The team tied for sixth with Virginia and Louisville with a final score of 10-over-par 586. The three-day contest was cut short to two due to inclement weather on the final day.
Georgia men’s golf traveled to Eatonton, Georgia, for the Linger Longer Invitational. It was a competitive field for Georgia— four of the 16 teams in the tournament ranked within the top 20— according to the Bushnell/Golfweek Division I Coaches poll. Georgia finished with a final score of 4-over-par 868, leaving them tied for fifth with Chattanooga.
The University of Georgia men’s golf team posted a score of 8-under-par 280 to finish ninth in the team standings following the final round of the Southern Highlands Collegiate at the Southern Highlands Golf Club.
Georgia women’s golf traveled to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, for the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate. The team finished with a score of 29-over-par 881, placed in 10th and tied with Duke.