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The rookie fired a 2-under par 70 to lead No. 16 Alabama on the opening day:

Moon Golf Invitational
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It's ridiculous how they keep handing out these participation trophies and shite to women who clearly aren't nearly as good as men at sports. I can shoot a 70 on the weekend and drink a 6 pack of beer in the process. And it only takes me 14 holes.


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Benedetta Moresco

Ciao Bella!


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Polly Mack and Caroline Curtis paced the Crimson Tide in the second round on Monday

Alabama in 11th After 36 Holes at Moon Golf Invitational


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Mack records her lowest Crimson Tide round and 54 tournament total on Tuesday

Alabama Finishes Ninth, Polly Mack Claims Third at Moon Golf Invitational


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Nice work!
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The Crimson Tide shoots a final round of 10-under par 270 to end the 54-hole event at 17-under par 823

Alabama Finishes in Sixth Overall at The Gators Invitational

The Crimson and White story:

Men’s golf finishes top 6 despite ‘shotgun’ start
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The Crimson Tide travels to Gainesville for its second tournament of the spring

Women’s Golf Stays in Florida for the Gators Invitational

The 20th-ranked Alabama women's golf team travels down to Gainesville for the second tournament of the spring for the Gators Invitational.

The event will be a three day, 54-hole tournament hosted by the University of Florida at the Mark Bostick Golf Course.

The Crimson Tide will be paired with Miami and UCF for the first round, teeing off at 8:20 a.m. CT from No. 1 on Sunday. Live scoring will be available at golfstat.com.


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Just wait till Michaela Morard (freshman) gets going. She has been ripping it up on the junior circuit since she was in middle school.


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Alabama Tied for 5th After 18 Holes in the Gators Invitational

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The 20th-ranked Alabama women's golf team is tied for fifth place at the end of the first round of the Gators Invitational at the Mark Bostick Golf Course.

Alabama posted an 11-over-par 291 at the conclusion of play in the first round. UCF is atop the team leaderboard after shooting 3-over par 283 and holds a three-stroke lead over Tennessee (286). Mack is four-strokes off the individual leader Annabell Fuller of Florida, who notched a 3-under par 67 in the opening round.


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Women’s Golf update:

Benedetta Moresco Leads the Tide Through Day Two of the Gators Invitational

The rookie recorded four birdies in the second round on Monday

Freshman Benedetta Moresco fired a 3-under par 67 on Monday to lead Alabama on the second day of the Gators Invitational at the par 70, 6,002-yard Mark Bostick Golf Course.

Alabama improved by four strokes from the first round, notching a round two score of 7-over par 287. The Crimson Tide are tied for fifth place at 18-over par 578 (291-287) headed into Tuesday's third and final round.

Ole Miss holds the second-round lead in the team standings with a 12-over par 572 after carding a 1-under-par 279 on Monday. Anna Nordfors of Campbell, Aneka Seumanutafa of Ohio State and Virunpat Olankikunchai of Maryland are all knotted at two-under par to lead the individual standings with the Tide's Benedetta Moresco two shots back at even-par 140.


Next Up
The Crimson Tide will return to the Mark Bostick Golf Course on Tuesday morning for the final round of competition and have a shotgun start at 7:45 a.m. CT. Alabama will be paired with Miami and tournament host Florida for the final 18.
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No. 17 Alabama men's golf team


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20th-ranked Alabama women's golf team


This makes me sad.
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Alabama Women’s Golf Finishes Third in Final Round of Gators Invitational

Benedetta Moresco leads the way individually, finishing fifth at even par

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Alabama women's golf team finished tied for third at the Gators Invitational on Tuesday at the par-70, 6,002-yard Mark Bostick Golf Course.

The Crimson Tide shot their lowest round of the tournament at 5-over-par 285, climbing two spots from their position after 36 holes. UA finished 23-over par 863 (291-287-285), tied with Maryland and seven shots back of host Florida and Ole Miss who shared the team title at 16-over 856.

"It was nice to be in contention today," Alabama head coach Mic Potter. "This still isn't up to our standards, but it's getting closer, and I was proud of the way this team battled today. They were a little sloppy in areas, but our momentum is moving in the right direction and we really handled adversity well."

Alabama's Benedetta Moresco shot even par in her last time around the course, to finish fifth individually at 210. Kenzie Wright carded the Tide's next best round on Tuesday at 1-over par 71 that left her in a tie for 15th at 7-over 217.

Florida's Annabell Fuller was the individual winner at 5-under par 205 (67-72-66) and led the Gators (287-291-278/856) to a two-way tie with Ole Miss (293-279-284/856) for first place.

A Look at the Alabama Lineup
*Benedetta Moresco carded four birdies in the final round to secure her first top five finish at Alabama
*Kenzie Wright went 1-over par 71 during the third round to tie for 15th overall 217 (76-70-71)
*Caroline Curtis finished 2-over par 72 in the third round to tie for 20th overall at 8-over par 218 (74-72-72)
*Polly Mack finished tied for 38th after turning in a 2-over par 72 in round three (73-79-72/222)
*Rounding out the group, Emilie Øverås posted her best score of the tournament at 2-over par 72 and finished in a tie for 48th (73-79-72/224)
Results

5. Benedetta Moresco, 73-67-70/210
T15. Kenzie Wright, 76-70-71/217
T20. Caroline Curtis, 74-72-72/218
T38. Polly Mack, 71-78-73/222
T48. Emilie Øverås, 73-79-72/224

Next Up
The Crimson Tide will return to action March 1-3 for South Carolina's Gamecock Intercollegiate in Columbia, S.C


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No. 17 Alabama Men’s Golf Set to Compete at the LSU Invitational

The Crimson Tide is one of 12 teams in the 15-team field that enters the three-day event ranked among the nation’s top 35

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The No. 17-ranked Alabama men's golf team is set to compete at the LSU Invitational, which will be held on Feb. 26-28. The three-day, 54-hole event will be played at the par 72, 7,227-yard course University Club Golf Course in Baton Rouge, La.

In its first tournament of the spring season, the Crimson Tide placed sixth out of 21 teams at the Gator Invitational. UA closed that tournament with a team score of 17-under par 823 (276-277-270), including a final round score of 10-under par, which the second-best score by any team in the tournament's final 18 holes.

About the LSU Invitational
*The three-day, 54-hole stroke play tournament will feature 15 total teams with 12 teams coming from the Southeastern Conference
*Alabama will tee off on Hole No. 1 Friday morning beginning at 9:20 a.m. CT and will be paired alongside Tennessee and Arkansas State
*No. 17 Alabama is one of seven teams competing that currently rank among the top Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll, which was released on Feb. 12
*In addition to the Tide, other ranked teams include No. 2 Vanderbilt, No. 4 Tennessee, No. 6 Georgia, No. 13 Auburn, No. 19 Florida, No. 20 South Carolina, No. 26 LSU, No. 27 Arkansas State, No. 29 Illinois, No. 32 Ole Miss and No. 35 Mississippi State
Kentucky, Louisiana Tech and Missouri round out the 15-team field
*Live scoring throughout the event can be found at Golfstat.com


The Alabama Lineup
Alabama's starting five include Wilson Furr, Thomas Ponder, Davis Shore, Canon Claycomb and JP Cave, which is the same lineup used at last week's Gators Invitational

Jack Goldasich will compete as an individual in his first appearance of the season for the Crimson Tide

Both Thomas Ponder (No. 58) and Wilson Furr (No. 72) lead the way and are ranked among the nation's top 75 according to the latest Golfweek/Sagarin rankings


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No. 17 Alabama Men’s Golf Finishes Day One of the LSU Invitational

The Crimson Tide in 14th overall after the opening 18 holes

The No. 17 Alabama men's golf team opened play at the LSU Invitational on Friday, finishing with a team total of 307 to end the day in 14th overall.

Illinois, ranked No. 29 overall in the Golfweek Coaches Poll entering the event, holds the clubhouse lead at 5-over par 293 to rank one stroke ahead of No. 4 Tennessee and No. 6 Georgia, both of which carded rounds of 6-over 294. Second-ranked Vanderbilt and No. 27 Arkansas State are tied for fourth overall at 295, while No. 19 Florida and No. 20 South Carolina are tied for sixth with a 298, nine strokes ahead of the Tide.


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Alabama Men’s Golf Makes Big Jump up Leaderboard in Second Round of LSU Invitational

The Crimson Tide moved up six spots into eighth overall after even par 288 in round two

BATON ROUGE, La. – The No. 17 Alabama men's golf team made the largest jump up the leaderboard by any team on day two of the LSU Invitational Saturday, moving up six spots into eighth overall. The Crimson Tide (595) improved by 19 strokes from the opening round 307 by shooting an even par 288 on day two, the second-best score of the day by any school in the 15-team field.

What made the round even more impressive is Alabama played with just four golfers in the lineup, as Davis Shore was sidelined with a back issue.

Florida, ranked No. 19 overall in the Golfweek Coaches Poll entering the event, carded a team low of seven-under par 281 and move into first place overall with a 579. First round leader No. 29 Illinois (582) is in second while No. 2 Vanderbilt (587) and No. 27 Arkansas State (587) is in a tie for third. South Carolina (588), ranked No. 20, rounds out the top five teams.

Final Round
*The Crimson Tide will tee off its third and final round of play on Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. C.T.
*Alabama tee off on Hole No. 1 and will be paired alongside Kentucky and Mississippi State
*Live scoring can be found on Golfstat.com.


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Alabama Men’s Golf Makes Big Jump up Leaderboard in Second Round of LSU Invitational

The Crimson Tide moved up six spots into eighth overall after even par 288 in round two

BATON ROUGE, La. – The No. 17 Alabama men's golf team made the largest jump up the leaderboard by any team on day two of the LSU Invitational Saturday, moving up six spots into eighth overall. The Crimson Tide (595) improved by 19 strokes from the opening round 307 by shooting an even par 288 on day two, the second-best score of the day by any school in the 15-team field.

What made the round even more impressive is Alabama played with just four golfers in the lineup, as Davis Shore was sidelined with a back issue.

Florida, ranked No. 19 overall in the Golfweek Coaches Poll entering the event, carded a team low of seven-under par 281 and move into first place overall with a 579. First round leader No. 29 Illinois (582) is in second while No. 2 Vanderbilt (587) and No. 27 Arkansas State (587) is in a tie for third. South Carolina (588), ranked No. 20, rounds out the top five teams.

Final Round
*The Crimson Tide will tee off its third and final round of play on Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. C.T.
*Alabama tee off on Hole No. 1 and will be paired alongside Kentucky and Mississippi State
*Live scoring can be found on Golfstat.com.


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Alabama Women’s Golf Travels to South Carolina for the Gamecock Intercollegiate

The 20th-ranked Alabama women's golf team will continue its spring season Monday in Columbia, S.C., for the Gamecock Intercollegiate. The event will be a three day, 54-hole tournament hosted by the University of South Carolina at the Columbia Country Club.

The Columbia Country Club course will play as a par-72, 6,297 yards layout. Eighteen holes will be played each day (starting at 9 a.m. Monday-Wednesday) and an individual and team champion will be crowned Wednesday.

Live scoring will be available throughout the tournament at GolfStat.com.


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Ouch...

Alabama Men’s Golf Disqualified From Play at LSU Invitational

In what was a bizarre turn of events, the Alabama men's golf team was disqualified from play at the LSU Invitational following Saturday's second round. The team went ahead and played Sunday's 18-hole final round, but the individual scores did not count for a team total.

The series of events began Saturday morning when Davis Shore could not play due to a back injury, leaving the Crimson Tide with just four golfers in its lineup. After UA had carded a team score of even par 288 during the second round, it was then discovered Sunday morning as Tide was warming up that freshman JP Cave signed for an incorrect scorecard that was one shot lower than his actual score which caused him to be disqualified. That left Alabama with just three countable scores on Saturday which forced the team to be disqualified.

Despite not playing for a team title, the Tide still competed in the third round as individuals and was led by Wilson Furr who finished tied for third overall with a 54-hole total of even par 216 (79-69-68). It was just his second top-five finish and seventh top-10 result of his career.


Next Up
The Crimson Tide will next compete at the Tiger Invitational, which will take place March 15-17 in Auburn Invitational


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The Golf Channel story on the DQ of the Men’s golf team:

Alabama men take loss to every team in LSU field after WD/DQ combo


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