The NCAA’s decision on March 30 to grant spring-sport athletes an extra year of eligibility forced Georgia athletes approaching the end of their college careers to face a question they hadn’t considered before the COVID-19 outbreak: Will I spend another year in Athens?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tournament is postponed until Dec. 21-23 and will move to Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando, Florida.
The Bulldogs finished with wins at the Jim Rivers Intercollegiate and the Crooked Stick Invitational in addition to three more top-five finishes.
Because of the development of COVID-19, the Bulldogs’ season was cut short with two remaining tournaments in the regular season.
All Georgia spring athletic competitions, including regular season games, championships and the G-Day spring football game, have been canceled due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19, according to a statement released by the SEC on Tuesday.
Due to increased concerns over the spread of COVID-19, the SEC announced on Wednesday that conference sports events — including all Georgia sports events — will be closed to the public from Thursday, March 12 through March 30.
Halfway through his first season on the Georgia men’s golf team, Creasy has qualified for four of seven events, earning a top-15 individual finish at The Carmel Cup on Sept. 1, 2019.
On March 4, the Golf Coaches Association of America announced that Georgia’s Davis Thompson will be competing for the United States in the Arnold Palmer Cup, which places the top college golfers from the U.S. against those from Great Britain and Ireland.
After a third-place finish at the Puerto Rico Classic, Georgia’s men’s golf returns to action at the Southern Highlands Intercollegiate in Las Vegas this weekend.