The Georgia Bulldogs men’s golf team won at the Jim Rivers Intercollegiate on Tuesday in Choudrant, Louisiana. The Bulldogs finished six strokes ahead of second-place Texas State.
Sophomore Trent Phillips, a member of the All-SEC first team and SEC Freshman of the Year last season, believes that the Bulldogs can win the tournament if they can clean up some mental errors that held them back at Pebble Beach.
The Georgia women’s golf team was tied with Oklahoma for fourth place when play at the Minnesota Invitational was suspended due to weather on Monday.
The Carmel Cup was held at the Pebble Beach Golf Links par-72 course that included a field of Texas Tech (the winner of the tournament), Oklahoma, Arkansas, Georgia, TCU, Oklahoma State, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt.
Georgia men's golf head coach Chris Haack and the Bulldogs have created a strong sense of unity and confidence leading up to their first tournament.
Caterina Don, an incoming freshman on the Georgia women’s golf team, completed a busy summer with a third-place finish at the European Ladies’ Amateur Championship on Saturday, July 27, at Parkstone Golf Club in Poole, England.
Baseball, track and field, golf, tennis and swimming and diving all have past, present and future Bulldogs competing in multiple summer competitions. Here is how they're doing.