Alabama’s men’s and women’s golf teams have become two of the top programs in the nation. They are known to consistently make the NCAA Tournament, and have each lead their teams to a Southeastern Conference Championship; in addition to a women’s national championship.
The “Sarah Patterson Champions Plaza” is coming to the University of Alabama campus, but ground has not yet been broken on the $2.8 million shrine between Coleman Coliseum and Sewell-Thomas Stadium. So Tuscaloosa Toyota stood in Sunday as the place to recognize the school-record four national championships that Alabama won in the 2011-12 academic year.
Alabama fans will have a chance to see the Crimson Tide’s four national championship trophies from last year as well as meet the head coaches from UA’s 2012 NCAA champion golf, gymnastics and softball teams this Sunday at Tuscaloosa Toyota’s Title Town…
In an all-Alabama showdown in the round of 16 at the United States Amateur Championship Thursday afternoon Justin Thomas used a birdie on the 17th hole to edge his teammate Bobby Wyatt 1 up the par-71, 7,409-yard Cherry Hills Country Club.
She also is the first female golfer from any school to win the award.
Brooke Pancake was named the 2012 Capital One Division I Academic All-America of the Year on Thursday as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
e reigning National Champion Alabama women’s golf team released its 2012-13 schedule on Thursday and it features some of the most challenging events in collegiate golf.
The University of Alabama men’s golf coach Jay Seawell announced the release of the Crimson Tide’s 2012-13 schedule on Thursday that features some of the most competitive tournaments in the nation.
Alabama golfer Trey Mullinax captured a prestigious tournament title on Friday at the Northern Amateur Championship at the Sand Creek Country Club.
Alabama head men’s golf coach Jay Seawell has announced the hiring of his new assistant coach, Rob Bradley.
University of Alabama men’s golf coach Jay Seawell announced the hiring of Rob Bradley as his assistant coach on Tuesday.
Former Alabama star Bud Cauley has surged up the leader board in the second round of the RBC Canadian Open in Hamilton, Ontario. Cauley shot a 7-under-par 63 today at the Hamilton Golf and Country Club.
The Alabama women’s golf team has enjoyed unparalleled success over the past six weeks and it continues this week as the past, present and future of the Crimson Tide program tees it up at the U.S. Women’s Open at Blackwolf Run.
Crimson Tide won the school’s first national championship in a sport other than football or gymnastics.
The European Palmer Cup team staged an impressive comeback in the final round on Saturday, winning seven-of-eight matches and earning a half in the other match for 13.5-10.5 victory at The Royal County Down Golf Club.
Alabama sophomore Stephanie Meadow captured the 2012 Ladies British Open Amateur Championship on Saturday at the Carnoustie Golf Club by defeating Spain’s Rocio Sanchez Lobato 4 and 3 in the finals.