ATLANTA, GEORGIA | The college golf season, which is broken into two parts (a curiosity in school sports that makes it confusing to follow at times, especially when a player or two turn pro between semesters), comes to a semi-close this week with the last events before the holiday break taking place hither and yon.
Defending NCAA men’s champions Stanford hosted a match-play event at Cypress Point earlier this week. Georgia Tech won that one, defeating Duke in the final. Today through Sunday, Atlantis Resort and Tourism Bahamas is hosting the White Sands Invitational, the second of back-to-back women’s and men’s events on the Ocean Club Golf Course on Paradise Island. The University of Texas ran away with the women’s event in the Caribbean. Houston, Wake Forest, Arkansas and Southern Methodist University highlight the men’s tournament this weekend.
Then you had events like the UNC Greensboro/Grandover Collegiate, where the host team beat Rutgers and Appalachian State; the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, a women’s event at Boulder ...
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