Georgia Price

College: Florida Gulf Coast

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Note: In compiling our archives, some information, such as earnings or relation to par, was unavailable. If information is missing, such as earnings, it does not necessarily mean that no money was earned and should not be interpreted as such.

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Preview: '14 Collegiate Challenge Cup

A preview for the Dick’s Sporting Goods Collegiate Challenge Cup, a stroke- and match-play event all in one, which is set to take place for a second consecutive year at the Golf Club of Tennessee.

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After East Lake, Tringale gets major invites

After qualifying for the Tour Championship, Cameron Tringale earned invitations into next season's first three major championships, including the 2015 Masters.

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Senior Am's Sweet 16 produces strong quarterfinals

After advancing through 36 holes of qualifying and two rounds of match play, everyone in the 2014 U.S. Senior Amateur's Sweet 16 had a story worth telling.

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Royer Jr., 78, won Western Open during Tour career

Hugh Royer Jr., a former PGA Tour winner whose son also played on the Tour, died Sept. 12 at a hospice facility in Columbus, Ga. He was 78 and had been receiving treatment for cancer.

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Recap: Horschel wins Tour Championship

Billy Horschel pulled away late in the final round of the Tour Championship in Atlanta to surpass Rory McIlroy and Jim Furyk for the win Sunday and the season's FedEx Cup championship.

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Recap: McIlroy, Horschel lead at East Lake

Billy Horschel has a two-shot lead entering the third round of the Tour Championship, but World No. 1 Rory McIlroy is among those close behind and will play alongside Horschel in Saturday's final group at East Lake.

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Recap: Horschel takes 2-shot lead at East Lake

Billy Horschel carded a second straight 4-under 66 to take a two-shot lead through 36 holes of the Tour Championship.

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Notes: Hester gets 1st win; Houston debuts

Kelley Hester picked up her first team title as Furman's women's head coach at the Golfweek Program Challenge while Houston made its women's golf debut at the "Mo"Morial.

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5 Things: Horschel's baby plan; caddie WDs; more

Billy Horschel, the co-leader with Chris Kirk at the Tour Championship, and his wife Brittany are expecting their first child in two weeks, and Jason Day's caddie had to withdraw. Here are 5 Things from East Lake.

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66s push Kirk, Horschel to lead in Atlanta

Each already a winner in this year's FedEx Cup Playoffs, Georgia's Chris Kirk and Florida's Billy Horschel jumped out to the lead in Thursday's first round at the Tour Championship with bogey-free rounds of 66 at East Lake in Atlanta.

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Gridiron neighbors: Oklahoma, Jimmie Austin GC

As the upstart Tennessee Volunteers football team travels to face the No. 4 Sooners, we take a look at some of the courses near Oklahoma's campus and listed among Golfweek's Best You Can Play.

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Ringler: Men's college golf season a must-watch

With the opening weekend of college golf now in the rear view mirror, its now full throttle into the fall season. Eight action-packed weeks of college golf will make this new season a must-watch, writes Lance Ringler.

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South Carolina fights off jet lag to win

The South Carolina Gamecocks won the Carpet Capital Collegiate in Rocky Face, Ga., one weekend after playing in Pebble Beach, Calif.

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WATC: Argentina leads, U.S. close behind

Jaime Lopez Rivarola, a sophomore at Georgia, led Argentina to first place through two rounds of the Men's World Amateur Team Championships, but several teams are close behind, including the United States.

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Notes: Schniederjans bounces back; Gators struggle

Ollie Schniederjans bounces back from a tough start to win the Carpet Capital Collegiate, the Florida Gators Struggle and Valparaiso and Jacksonville make statements.

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Henderson, Schniederjans No. 1 in latest WAGR

Brooke Mackenzie Henderson moved into the top spot in the women's World Amateur Golf Ranking Wednesday, replacing Minjee Lee, who recently turned pro.

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Old Dominion, Furman win Program Challenge titles

Old Dominion won the men's title Tuesday at the Golfweek Program Challenge en route to winning the overall combined championship while Furman took the women's title.

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Shirley, others advance at U.S. Women's Mid-Am

After becoming the first medalist to shoot to consecutive rounds in the 60s at the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship, Margaret Shirley won her Round of 64 on Monday.

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In this issue of Golfweek Magazine: Sept. 5, 2014

Printed inside the September 5, 2014, issue of Golfweek Magazine:

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PHOTOS: College teams in Hawaii

A few photos of the Georgia Tech golf team, the University of Washington men's golf team, and Texas' Beau Hossler at various golfing locations in Hawaii.

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PHOTOS: Alabama vs. Georgia Tech (Semifinal)

Our Tracy Wilcox was all over the Capital City Club on Saturday, including the Tide vs. Jackets semifinal.

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PHOTOS: NCAA Women's Championship (Rd. 1)

View pictures of teams as they make their way through Round 1 at the NCAA Championship at University of Georgia Golf Course.

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2013 Women's NCAA Championship: Practice

View images of a few teams and players from Monday's practice round at University of Georgia Golf Course in Athens, GA.

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NCAA Men 2011: Finals

A look at the match between Augusta State and Georgia

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NCAA Men 2011: Semifinals

A look at Saturday's match play:

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NCAA Men: Day 1, in pictures

Day 1 of the NCAA Championships at Karsten Creek.

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Chick-fil-A-Bowl Challenge

Steve Spurrier, Nick Saban, Jon Barry and more participated in the Chick-fil-A-Bowl Challenge in Georgia.

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VIDEO: Dick's Collegiate Challenge Cup, Georgia

We talk with Georgia, who won the team portion of stroke play at the Dick's Collegiate Challenge Cup on Friday.

For Your Game: Jason Hak

Former junior golf star and current Georgia Tech player Jason Hak shows off his swing from multiple angles.

Bruce Heppler talks about Georgia Tech's big win

Georgia Tech coach Bruce Heppler talks about his team's dramatic win at the U.S. Collegiate.

Off Campus 2011: NCAA Men's Recap

Augusta State faces off against Georgia to find out who will become the 2011 NCAA Men's Golf Champion at the 2011 NCAA Men's Championship at Karsten Creek.

Off Campus: NCAA Men's Finals Preview

Asher Wildman and Lance Ringler break down the final matches of the 2011 NCAA Men's Championship at Karsten Creek between Georgia and Augusta State.

Off Campus: NCAA Men's Final Coaches

Only two teams are left at the 2011 NCAA Men's Championship at Karsten Creek. We talk to coaches Chris Haack of Georgia and Josh Gregory of Augusta State about making it this far.

Off Campus: Georgia vs Duke

We break down the matches of the Georgia vs Duke semi-final at the 2011 NCAA Men's Championship at Karsten Creek.

On The Town: Augusta Courses

Golfweek's "On The Town" in Augusta, Georgia, for the Masters to find out what courses you can play during Masters Week.

On The Town: Augusta Museum of History

Golfweek's "On The Town" in Augusta, Georgia for the Masters where we learn there is more to this historic city than just golf!

On The Town: Augusta Restaurant

Golfweek's "On The Town" in Augusta, Georgia for The Masters making a stop at one of the most popular places to eat: Luigi's.

On The Town: Augusta Did You Know?

Golfweek's "On The Town" in Augusta, Georgia for The Masters asking you "Did You Know?"

Off Campus: Brendon Todd

Former University of Georgia player Brendon Todd tells Golfweek's Asher Wildman what makes the team van such an interesting part of the college golf experience.

History of Yale golf

Long before Oklahoma St. and Georgia, the premiere powerhouse of college golf was Yale University.

Georgia's Spanish duo

While several of Spain's top players garner headlines, two of the country's best are flying under the radar at the University of Georgia.

Needing more attention

Georgia Tech's Cameron Tringale is one of the most underrated players in college golf. Find out about the senior and who other players think are floating under the radar.

Off Campus: Conference Championship Elevator

No real surprises with the conference championships that ended today. No teams won their league’s AQ, possibly knocking another team out. WOMEN • East Tennessee State was considered to be a bubble team, but no longer has to worry. ETSU won the Atlantic Sun title and the automatic invite. • Charleston Southern won the Big South Conference title keeping Coastal Carolina coach Beans Kelly from returning to the postseason in her return to college golf. Kelly was the former coach at Georgia. • Jacksonville State won the Ohio Valley Conference Championship for the fourth consecutive season. • First-year Tulsa head coach Randy Keck led the Golden Hurricane to the Conference USA title behind the play of junior Woori Shin who won the individual title. Tulsa has now won 11 conference titles in 15 years with a conference affiliation - its first in Conference USA. MEN • Lamar won the Southland conference title for the 22nd time in school history – Lance

Off Campus: No. 1 Heads Down A Floor

Earlier this week, the Jack Nicklaus Award watch list was announced. While I have no real problem with doing this, lets be realistic about how many players can actually win this award. FIVE. I now give you the Lance Ringler watch list: 1. Rickie Fowler, Oklahoma State 2. Michael Thompson, Alabama 3. Jamie Lovemark, USC 4. Kevin Chappell, UCLA 5. Joel Sjoholm, Georgia St. - Lance Posted April 9

Off Campus: The Stretch Run

Pro Player vs. College Player. It does not happen very often, but can happen in the Georgia Cup - the annual match between the reigning U.S. Amateur champ and the regining Bristish Amateur champ at The Golf Club of Georgia’s Lakesise Course. Colt Knost, who won the U.S. Amateur, defeated British Am titleholder Drew Weaver, 2 and 1 Wednesday afternoon. The U.S. champ leads the series, 6-5. Knost, the former SMU All-American who has conditional status on the Nationwide Tour, turned pro following last summer’s Walker Cup, forfeiting his spot at Augusta next week, leaving only Virginia Tech’s Weaver and Alabama’s Michael Thompson, the U.S. Amateur runner-up, as the lone college players in the field. Today, Weaver played Augusta National for the 12th time, but prior to the start of the Masters, he and his Hokie teammates wil play in the Administaff/Augusta State Invitational at the Champions Retreat Golf Club in nearby Evans, Ga. – Lance

Off Campus: Finding a Fifth

Why have a playoff in college golf? It gos in the books as a tie, unless of course you are the team who won the playoff. Tonight I was sent two e-mail press releases, one from Georgia and one from Purdue. The headline from Georgia reads: “Georgia Wins Liz Murphey Classic in Playoff Over Purdue.” The one from Purdue reads: “PURDUE GOLFERS SHARE TOURNAMENT MEDALIST HONORS.” What goes in the official results for NCAA purposes is a tie, co-champs, share the title, etc ... This is the same with the individual part of college golf tournaments. Why even have the playoff? I know the answer: There is only one first-place trophy ... so, save the second place trophy for next year and purchase a duplicate for this year’s co-champion. That should do it. Plus these teams have flights to catch. – Lance

Off Campus What's Really a JV Team?

Why have a playoff in college golf? It gos in the books as a tie, unless of course you are the team who won the playoff. Tonight I was sent two e-mail press releases, one from Georgia and one from Purdue. The headline from Georgia reads: “Georgia Wins Liz Murphey Classic in Playoff Over Purdue.” The one from Purdue reads: “PURDUE GOLFERS SHARE TOURNAMENT MEDALIST HONORS.” What goes in the official results for NCAA purposes is a tie, co-champs, share the title, etc ... This is the same with the individual part of college golf tournaments. Why even have the playoff? I know the answer: There is only one first-place trophy ... so, save the second place trophy for next year and purchase a duplicate for this year’s co-champion. That should do it. Plus these teams have flights to catch. – Lance