Alabama women's golf kicked off the season on the right foot Friday with a first place standing going into Saturday at the Mason Rudolph Championship in Franklin, Tenn.
The Alabama men's golf team will once again host postseason play, as Ol' Colony and the Crimson Tide will host the 2016 NCAA Regional, the penultimate event on the team's 2015-16 schedule, released Friday afternoon. The team will start the year spending the month of September on the road, traveling to the Carpet Capital Collegiate in Dalton, Georgia, which it has won three times, before attending the Fighting Illini Invitational in Illinois and the Dick's Collegiate Challenge Cup in Nashville. Alabama's home event will be its only event in October before closing out 2015 on Nov.
For the past year, junior Emma Talley faced each new day with optimism and hope. If she wasn’t on the greens playing golf, she was analyzing video footage or thinking about golf. Her motto is to keep getting better. And she did.
Growing up, Emma Talley did it all. If there was any sport that she could play, she would make sure to play it. It didn’t matter what the rules were, Talley was going to play.
The Masters is perhaps the most prestigious tournament in all of golf. Sure, there are four total majors and the Player’s Championship, but the four rounds in Augusta National are truly special. One of the goals of every golfer is to play brilliant golf and go home with the famous green jacket presented to the winner of the Masters
Alabama women's golf defeated Auburn 2.5-2.5 on a tiebreaker in the final round of match play in the Black Bracket of the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic.
Alabama sophomore Robby Shelton recorded a season-low round of 7-under par 65 on Wednesday to win his first medalist honor of the season at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters with a 15-under 201. As a team, No. 16 Alabama finished 14th overall with a three-round total of 882 (288-295-299) on the par 72, 7,510-yard Southern Highlands Golf Club.