GT, UGA will battle to the end at Collegiate
In the playing format commonly used at men’s college golf tournaments, in which teams enter five players and the low four scores in a given round count toward their total, the leaderboard can change in a hurry.
Fast and furious test on the way for college golfers at The Farm
In more than two decades of existence, the Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic has brought some of the nation’s most talented college golfers and programs to The Farm Golf Club.
Georgia Open: Low spot a high honor for Mitchell
Chatsworth’s Tyler Mitchell wasn’t happy with the first half of his final round at the Tilted Kilt Georgia Open, but he was happy with his final standing.
Hughes stumbles but Mitchell still low am at Georgia Open golf tourney
Dalton’s Matt Hughes slipped out of the lead Wednesday but remains among the top five at the Tilted Kilt Georgia Open.
Dalton’s Hughes tied for first at Georgia Open
Dalton’s Matt Hughes has some company, but he is still at the top of the leaderboard after the second round of the 60th annual Tilted Kilt Georgia Open.
Matt Hughes in charge at Georgia Open
Matt Hughes has been back in Georgia for only a few weeks, and he didn’t expect to lead the Tilted Kilt Georgia Open at any point.
Registration open for numerous golf events
Entries are now being accepted for the Georgia State Golf Association’s (GSGA) 28th annual Georgia Women’s Team Championship and several other GSGA events.
All that she can be
Even if Sue King weren’t one of the area’s top female golfers at age 60, and even if she wasn’t recently in contention to win her flight at the Georgia State Golf Association’s Senior Women’s Match Play Championship, she would still need to have her story told.
But which story?
Northwest alum honored as outstanding student-athlete
Dalton’s Casey Truelove has excelled with the University of North Georgia’s women’s golf team, and her work in the classroom shows she believes the student aspect of her role is as important as the time on the golf course.
Golf: Watts shares third; Noll manages top-six finish again
Dalton’s David Noll Jr. held a one-stroke lead heading into Sunday’s final round at the Georgia Amateur Championship, but a difficult back nine took what would have been his third title away from him.
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