The American Athletic Conference Named Will Pearson the men's golfer of the week after his performance at the USF Invitational.Pearson shot a 64 in the first round of the invitational, which is tied for the second best round of 18 in program history, one stroke off the...
M. Golf - The first Palmer Cup Rankings were released Wednesday morning, with freshman standout Lars van Meijel ranking No. 9 for Team Europe.
The Memphis men's golf team completed action at the USF Invitational Tuesday afternoon, shooting the fourth best round of the day, a 10-under 278 stroke performance. The Tigers finished with a score of 844 through the 54 holes at the USF Invitational, giving them a...
The Memphis men's golf team completed round two action at the USF Invitational Monday. The Tigers finished the round in sixth place after a 1-over 289 stroke performance. No. 33 South Florida, the host institution, shot an impressive 19-under par 269 to push their score...
Senior Will Pearson led the Memphis men's golf with an 8-under-par 64 stroke performance after the first round of the USF Invitational. Pearson's round of 64 is tied for the second best round of 18-holes in Memphis men's golf history. As a team, the Tigers shot a 277,...
The Memphis men's golf team continues their spring season with a trip to the USF Invitational, competing in a field of 16-team Sunday, March 2 through Tuesday, March 3.
The Memphis men's golf team used a strong final round to finish third in the 15-team field at the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate. The Tigers were the only team in the tournament to have all five of their golfers finish in the top-30 overall.
The University of Memphis men's golf finished the first day of the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate tied for fifth place with a 6-over par 582 strokes. The Tigers are just 10 strokes behind the leader, Auburn University. Auburn is the only team in the field of 15 to finish the ...
The Memphis men's golf team will compete in the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate for their first action of the 2014 spring season. The two day South Alabama hosted tournament will consist of 36-holes on Monday Feb. 17 and 18-holes the following day.
Head Coach Grant Robbins and the Memphis men's golf program are happy to announce the addition of David Long to the team. Long, who spent the 2013 fall season with High Point University of the Big South Conference, will join the Tigers for the spring 2014 season.
M. Golf - 11/18/2013
Memphis men's golf head coach Grant Robbins has announced two new Tigers during the early signing period. Patrick McDonald of Chattanooga, Tenn. and native Memphian Ben Pearson will wear the blue and gray beginning in the 2014 fall season.
The University of Memphis men's golf team finished third at the ASU Fall Beach Classic Tuesday afternoon. The Tigers finished the tournament with a 14-over-par 878, ten strokes behind the University of West Florida and two strokes behind Louisiana-Monroe.