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Kayla Smith Wins North Carolina Amateur

UNC's Kayla Smith birdied three of her final six holes Thursday to win the 2024 North Carolina Women's Amateur Championship at the Mooresville Golf Club. The Burlington native completed her college career last month with a top-30 finish in the NCAA Championship. She made five birdies Thursday to shoot her second straight 4-under-par 68. (

Maxwell Ford To Play For USA In Palmer Cup

Maxwell Ford was added to the United States roster for the 2024 Palmer Cup, where he will team with his brother, David, also a member of the Tar Heels. The 2024 Palmer Cup will be hosted July 5-7, by Lahinch Golf Club in Lahinch, Ireland. Ford had UNC's second-best scoring average (71.19) this past season and earned third-team All-America honors. (

Three UNC Men's Golfers Earn All-America Honors

UNC's , David Ford, and Maxwell Ford earned All-America honors from the Golf Coaches Association of America/PING and Golfweek. Greaser, a graduate student from Vandalia, Ohio, was named second-team All-America on both teams. David Ford and Maxwell Ford, juniors from Peachtree Corners, Ga., were both named third team by Golfweek. (

UNC Men’s Golf Falls to Florida State in NCAA Quarterfinals

The UNC men’s golf team fell to Florida State in the NCAA match play quarterfinals in California on Thursday. Carolina’s season is over. Dylan Menante provided UNC with its only point of the match, defeating his FSU opponent 2&1 to give Carolina an early lead. But Peter Fountain and each took 2&1 defeats in the second and third matches. (

UNC Men's Golf Advances To NCAA Match Play For 4th Straight Year

Dylan Menante began the final round with a birdie, then nearly holed out from the fairway and made eagle on the second hole to jumpstart the UNC men's golf team as they equaled the low round Monday and qualified for match play for the fourth straight season at the NCAA Men's Golf Championship at the North Course at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa. (

UNC finishes school year with ACC-high six conference titles

North Carolina finished the ACC’s final athletics year as a 15-school conference with six conference titles, the most of any school in the league, ending a 44-year drought in fencing and a 39-year drought in men’s cross country. The Tar Heels won titles in men’s cross country, field hockey, men’s indoor track & field, fencing, men’s golf and women’s tennis. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Peter Fountain's 72 Leads UNC Men's Golf In NCAA Round Three

David Ford birdied the final three holes and Peter Fountain made key par-saving putts on his 17th and 18th holes to highlight round three for North Carolina Sunday in the NCAA Men's Golf Championship. UNC shot 4-over 292 Sunday and enter the fourth round of stroke play tied with Auburn for sixth place. The top 15 teams qualify for Monday's final round. (

UNC Men's Golf Fifth After 36 Holes At NCAA Championship

Dylan Menante and Peter Fountain combined to shoot 1 over par Saturday to lead UNC in round two of the NCAA Men's Golf Championship at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa's North Course. The Tar Heels shot 8 over Saturday and are 11-over 587 after two rounds. UNC is in fifth place and will be paired with Auburn (fourth) and Ohio State (sixth) on Sunday. (

UNC Men's Golf One Off The Lead After Round 1 NCAA Championship

University of North Carolina junior David Ford made four straight birdies after a lost ball led to a triple bogey on his eighth hole and finished 1-under-par 71 Friday in the first round of the 2024 NCAA Men's Golf Championship at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa's North Course. The No. 3 seeded Tar Heels shot 3-over 291, good for third place in the 30-team field. (

UNC Men's Golf Begins NCAA Championship Friday At La Costa

UNC Men's Golf is the No. 3 seed in the 2024 NCAA Championship at the North Course in Carlsbad, Calif. Each of the 30 teams plays three rounds of stroke play May 24-26. The top 15 teams advance to a fourth round May 27. Eight teams qualify for match play, with semifinal and quarterfinal matches on May 28 and the national championship match May 29. (
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