By Caroline Gazzara | Staff Reporter The Alabama men’s golf team has had several personnel changes this year.
Used to being number one, Tiger Woods has a hit a new career low as he drops to the No. 62 slot in the latest World Golf Rankings.
It is not news that the U.S. was beaten by Europe in the Ryder Cup over this past weekend. I say it is not news because it has become somewhat of a tradition for the Americans to lose the competition that is played every two years.
For former Alabama golfer Bobby Wyatt, the oldest course in his hometown of Mobile, Alabama, holds a special significance. It’s under the pines of this course where the two-time national champion, three-time SEC champion and reigning individual SEC champion got his start in the sport.
In his customary 'state of the Conference' address, SEC Commissioner Mike Slive discussed several upcoming changes to the Southeastern Conference and voiced his support for reform to the NCAA.