Blake Smart, who helped the University of Oklahoma's golf program return to being a national contender and previously had unmatched success as head coach at Kennesaw State, has been named the men's golf coach at the University of Memphis.
M. Golf - Grant Robbins, who coached the University of Memphis men's golf team to five NCAA Regional appearances including each of the past four years, during an 11-year coaching stint at his alma mater has been tabbed the 13th men's golf coach at Kansas State.
The University of Memphis men's golf team completed NCAA Regional tournament play Saturday, shooting 873 (+21) and finishing 10th.
- The University of Memphis men's golf team finished first round action Friday after a rain suspended Thursday, in addition to completing second round play. The Tigers sit tied for 10th place with a score of 577 (+9), 10 shots behind fifth place and advancing to the NCAA...
Play was halted for the day during the first round of the NCAA Regional Tournament. Round one action is expected to continue with a shotgun start Friday morning at 11:30 a.m. with players continuing from where their last shot finished. Players will start round two after a...
The University of Memphis men's golf team is will compete in their 4th straight NCAA regional tournament at the Lonnie Poole Golf Club in Raleigh, N.C May 15-May 17.
The American Athletic Conference announced the 2014 Season Awards for men's golf Friday afternoon, with Memphis senior Will Pearson being named to the All-Conference team.
The University of Memphis men's golf team earned their fourth straight post season bid and 11th in program history and fifth under head coach Grant Robbins. The Tigers is the No. 10 seed in the Raleigh, N.C. regional
The University of Memphis men's golf team completed action Tuesday at the American Athletic Conference Championship, shooting 302 to finish in seventh place with a score of 895 (+43).
The University of Memphis men's golf team finished second round action at the American Athletic Conference Championship Monday afternoon shooting a 295(+11) to maintain their spot in sixth place in the field of 10 teams.
M. Golf - 4/27/2014
The University of Memphis men's golf team completed first round action Sunday afternoon at the American Athletic Conference Championship. The Tigers finished the round in sixth place shot 298 (+14) on the par 71 Copperhead Course at the Innisborok Resort.
The University of Memphis men's golf team is traveling south to Innisbrook, Florida to compete in the Inaugural American Athletic Conference Championship, set to begin Sunday, April 27 with action throughout Tuesday, April 29.