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UNC Men's Golf Co-Champions At The Prestige

Ryan Burnett and Austin Hitt combined to shoot 6 under par in the final round to lead UNC Men's Golf to a share of the team title with No. 4-ranked Arizona at The Prestige, a 24-team event held on the Greg Norman Course at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif. The Tar Heels defeated No. 2-ranked Arizona State by six shots and No. 6 Pepperdine by one stroke. (GoHeels.com)

ACC Announces Spring Sports Schedule & Formats

The ACC announced its spring Olympic sports and Championship schedules on Tuesday. In addition, ACC fall sports will play a spring schedule in advance of NCAA Championship competition, which also will be held this spring. Every ACC team continues to follow the health and safety protocols outlined in the ACC's Medical Advisory Report. (GoHeels.com)

Davis Love III ready to lead U.S. Presidents Cup team in 2022

He got the text right before Christmas. "I need to talk," wrote Tiger Woods. III told him to call anytime. He wanted to talk immediately. "So, I called him, and he said, ‘Congratulations. You’re going to be the next Presidents Cup captain,’" Love recalled recently. Then came the kicker. "And I’m going to make your team," Woods told him. (PGA Tour)

Preview: UNC men's golf prepares for 2021 season after postponed fall campaign

UNC's golf schedule is set to span into the early months of the summer. No. 24 UNC will look to build on its success from last season, which was cut short due to the impacts of COVID-19. The Tar Heels are primed to contend for national relevance this year under head coach Andrew DiBitetto. DiBitetto has the talent to compete for the prize this season. (Daily Tar Heel)

Preview: Veteran leaders, young talent will carry UNC women's golf in 2020-21 season

After the pandemic cut short a season of solid team displays, the UNC women's golf team will look to return to form and remain a contender during the 2020-21 spring campaign. Joining the team this season are two promising first-years, Natalia Aseguinolaza and Nicole Adam. Aseguinolaza hails from San Sebastian, Guipuzcoa, Spain. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Men’s Golf Freshman Peter Fountain Finishes Second in First Collegiate Tournament

Playing in his first career collegiate golf tournament earlier this week, North Carolina freshman Peter Fountain made quite an impression by finishing in second place. Fountain ended the Camp Creek Seminole Invitational with an incredible 54-hole score of 10-under-par. The Raleigh native was nine shots better than the next Tar Heel on the leaderboard. (Chapelboro.com)

Peter Fountain Shoots 68 In Debut Round

Peter Fountain, a freshman from Raleigh playing his first collegiate tournament, shot 4-under-par 68 to lead the University of North Carolina to an even-par finish in round one of the Camp Creek Seminole Invitational Sunday in Watersound, Fla. It was UNC's first competition since winning the General Hackler Championship in Myrtle Beach in March 2020. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Men's Golf Returns To Competition January, 17

The University of North Carolina men's golf team returns to competition on January 17 in Watersound, Florida, at the Camp Creek Seminole Invitational after a 10 month break due to the pandemic. "We waited a long time to be back together again in competition, and we couldn't be more excited," says Carolina's fourth-year head coach, Andrew DiBitetto. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Signee David Ford Climbs To No. 1 In National Junior Golf Rankings

When David Ford parred the 72nd hole of the 2020 Rolex Tournament of Champions, he not only capped a 7-shot victory for his third AJGA Invitational win of the year, he most assuredly secured an ascent to the No. 1 spot in the national junior golf rankings. In the days following that impressive win in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., that is exactly what transpired. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Golf Commit David Ford wins AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions

UNC men's golf commit David Ford made the Tournament of Champions his third AJGA invitational title of the year after winning the AJGA Invitational at Sedgefield in June and following that with the Junior Players Championship title two months later. Ford, No. 2 in the Golfweek Junior Rankings, shot 22 under for 72 holes, finishing seven ahead of the field. (Golf Week)
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