Just three days after announcing the termination of head coach Jeremy Pruitt and the retirement of director of athletics Phillip Fulmer, Tennessee has named Fulmer’s successor, University of Central Florida athletic director Danny White.
Today, both Tennessee golf teams played the third and final round at the Blessings Collegiate Invitational in Fayetteville, Arkansas, competing against the rest of the SEC. Each school brings five men and five women, with the top four scores of each counting towards the team competition scor…
Today, both Tennessee golf teams played the second of three rounds at the Blessings Collegiate Invitational in Fayetteville, Arkansas, competing against the rest of the SEC. Each school brings five men and five women, with the top four scores of each counting towards the team competition sco…
Today, both Tennessee golf teams played their first of three rounds at the Blessings Collegiate Invitational in Fayetteville, Arkansas against the rest of the SEC. Each school brings five men and five women, with the top four scores of each counting to the team competition. After 18 holes, t…
Both Tennessee golf teams will start off the fall 2020 season tomorrow in the inaugural Blessings Collegiate Invitational in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The men and women’s golf teams announced their schedules Tuesday, after SEC guidelines stated last Thursday that there would be no play before Oct. 1.
The NCAA Division I council voted Wednesday to allow partial scholarship sports, like baseball, volleyball and tennis, to provide need-based and merit-based awards and scholarships for student athletes.
The Southeastern Conference's two and a half month sports hiatus due to COVID-19 is set to end soon with universities being allowed to bring student athletes back on campus Jun. 8.
The spring season for the two golf programs here at Tennessee has begun and both the men’s team and the women’s team will be looking to build upon the success they had last spring.
The Tennessee golf teams return to Knoxville after quality weekends by both the women’s and men’s teams. The Lady Vols finished fifth in the three-round Westbrook Invitational in Peoria, Arizona and the No. 23 Vols finished 13th in the three-round Puerto Rico Classic in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
The Tennessee women’s golf team will be looking to parley a successful fall into this spring season. The Lady Vols will play in five different tournaments before getting into post season play.
The No. 28 Tennessee women’s golf team will start their 2019 season at the challenging Cougar Classic in Charleston, South Carolina on Monday.
The No. 22 University of Tennessee men’s golf team is tied for seventh after the opening round of the Shoal Creek Invitational with four players left in the field to finish the opening round.
The University of Tennessee women’s golf team competed in the second round of the Clemson Invitational on Monday, moving up five spots after the match.
The Tennessee men’s golf team won its third team title of the season on Monday, carding the lowest final round score en route to an 11-over-par (875) score in the Hayt Collegiate Invitational.
The No. 22 Tennessee men’s golf team finished the Southwestern Invitational in fifth place on Tuesday in their first tournament of the spring season.
The Tennessee Lady Vols golf team was the only team to shoot under-par en route to a victory over the seven-team field this past weekend at the FAU Winter Warm Up. The team won by 41 strokes, the largest margin of victory in program history.
The Tennessee women’s golf team finished its tournament in San Antonio, Texas, in third place after carding the lowest score of Tuesday’s final round.
After notching a fifth place in the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship on September 18, the Tennessee women’s golf team finally returned to the October 1-2 to compete in the Starmount Classic in Greensboro, North Carolina.
The Tennessee men’s golf team won the Inverness Intercollegiate in Toledo, Ohio on Monday, as the Vols defeated a twelve team field and won by seven strokes.
First year head coach Brennan Webb and the Tennessee men’s golf team had the best start they could have ever imagined a couple of weeks ago, a season-opening win at Georgia Tech in the Carpet Capital Collegiate.
The Lady Vols dropped one spot to fifth place after heading into the third round of the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship in fourth place. The fifth-place finish continues a streak of top five finishes at the very same tournament since 2008.
The Tennessee women’s golf team finished up their day one performance at the Mercedes-Benz Classic in fourth place out of the 17 teams that are competing. Every team played two rounds on Monday and will play a final round on Tuesday.
Coming off of a tenth-place finish in the Cougar Classic in Charleston, South Carolina, the Lady Vols will next compete locally in the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship. This two-day tournament starts September 17 and concludes on September 18.
The Tennessee men’s golf team opened the 2018-19 season this weekend with a win. The Vols navigated a loaded field at the Carpet Capital Collegiate Invitational for a playoff win over Georgia Tech in head coach Brennan Webb’s Tennessee debut.
The Lady Vols golf team will travel to the College of Charleston Sunday for the opening match of the 2018-19 season. Tennessee will compete in twelve events this fall and twelve events in the spring before postseason play starts on April 17 in Birmingham, Alabama.
The men’s golf season tees off on Sept. 8 in the Carpet Capital Collegiate tournament. This will be the first year in Knoxville for new head coach Brennan Webb, who has spent his last three seasons coaching at MTSU.
On June 12, former Tennessee men’s golf head coach Jim Kelson announced his retirement after a tenure that spanned a decade. Nearly a month to the day, Brennan Webb took the podium at the Ray & Lucy Hand Digital Studio as the team's new head coach, making him just the sixth head coach in…
After 20 years at the helm of the Tennessee men’s golf team and 30 years of Division I coaching experience, Jim Kelson has decided to step away from his duties as the head coach of the Vols.
This weekend in Sea Island, Georgia, the Tennessee men’s golf team anticipates ending a streak that has festered since the 2006-2007 season: An SEC title drought.
The Tennessee women’s golf team finished its regular season dose of tournaments on Saturday, notching a seventh-place finish at the Bryan Nationals in Greensboro, N.C. This was the 16th time since its initial appearance in 1998 that Tennessee participated in this event.
With spring play nearing its close, the Tennessee men’s golf team is attempting to make some noise throughout the final weeks of regular season play.
After being out of action for almost a month, with its last tournament coming in a third-place finish at the Southwestern Invitational on Feb. 27, the Tennessee men’s golf team swung back into action on Sunday in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, for the 27th-annual John Hayt invitational.
Friday, the Tennessee women’s golf team traveled to Hilton Head, South Carolina, to participate in the seventh annual Darius Rucker Intercollegiate, a three-round tournament held at the par-71 Long Cove Club’s Pete Dye golf course until March 4.
The men’s golf team finished the weekend 16-over to finish right in the middle of the pack of the 23-team field at The University of Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate at the Classic Club course.
As Jim Kelson continues in his 20th year as head coach of the Tennessee men’s golf team, having compiled a 1,976-1,374-55 record, he will look to find further success with his team over the weekend as the spring season begins.