The North Carolina women’s golf team flew down to Louisiana this past weekend to play in the LSU Tiger Classic at The University Club, a par-72 course that is 6,251 yards long.
In a weekend full of disappointing weather and results, the North Carolina men's golf team was able to take away the positives.
The Long Cove Golf Club of Hilton Head, South Carolina tormented 17 teams from around the nation last weekend, leaving no survivors under par Sunday, March 8.
All Coach Andrew Sapp wanted to talk about Tuesday was the snow in Chapel Hill, which would be unsurprising if not for the fact that he and the North Carolina men’s golf team were still in Puerto Rico.
Being the new guy on the team might not always be easy, but Carter Jenkins, a sophomore on the North Carolina men’s golf team, left his mark in his first tournament as a Tar Heel.
For the second consecutive year, the North Carolina men’s golf team ended its fall season on a high note at the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate on Sunday
The dreary and cool weather in Chapel Hill may have been ideal for staying inside and watching football for most students, but for the North Carolina men’s golf team, it meant that their weekend got a little bit more complicated.
Harsh weather and a tough field of teams joined the North Carolina women’s golf team at Finley Golf Course this weekend, where the Tar Heels were simply outmatched in the Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel Invitational.
In a star-studded field of teams, the North Carolina men’s golf team as a whole failed to shine at the Primland Collegiate Invitational in Meadows of Dan, Va., hosted by Wake Forest. Freshman William Register didn’t get that memo.
Through the first round of the Lady Paladin Invitational at Furman University Golf Club in Greenville, S.C., the North Carolina women’s golf team sat in sixth place — still within reach of the top of the leaderboard.
Heading down to Rio Grande, Puerto Rico for the Puerto Rico Classic, the North Carolina men’s golf team had high hopes.
Not even a three-hour frost delay could cool off the red-hot North Carolina men’s golf team, as the Tar Heels battled through the chilly weather to finish in first place at the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate in Greensboro this weekend.
Freshman Davis Bateman, starting in just his second tournament at the collegiate level, carried North Carolina to a fifth-place finish in the Rod Myers Invitational this weekend at Duke University Golf Club.
Just hours after witnessing his team’s last place finish at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational, North Carolina men’s golf coach Andrew Sapp struggled to find a way to explain the performance.
A shot behind and facing a birdie putt identical to that of the leader he stalked, North Carolina’s Bailey Patrick thought a runner-up finish in UNC’s first tournament of the season would do just fine.
When he took over a middling North Carolina men’s golf program in 2011, coach Andrew Sapp had a simple formula in mind to rejuvenate the sagging Tar Heels. “I wasn’t reinventing the wheel,” said Sapp, a UNC graduate and architect of decorated golf programs at Michigan and Purdue.
Casey Grice and her teammates are taking advice from a man with a green jacket.
From a quick glance at the scorecard, it would appear that the North Carolina men’s golf team’s first-place finish at this weekend’s Irish Creek Intercollegiate was never in jeopardy.
Among rain, lower temperatures and high winds, senior Michael McGowan said it feels like every time North Carolina’s men’s golf team enters a tournament, some obstacle is thrown its way.
UNC athletics leaders know what it’s like to win. But for the past 14 years, not even Dick Baddour, Dean Smith or Anson Dorrance have been able to do one thing — beat Johnny Cake at a round of golf.