Golf

The traumatic brain injury that led to a lifelong love for golf

“The doctors said that I was lucky to be alive,” said Deegan Bee, a 13-year-old junior golf phenom who has been traveling the country to compete in high-stakes golf tournaments. Bee’s path to discovering his love for the game of golf was a bit different; he discovered the game after a traumatic brain injury, or TBI, that left him having to re-learn how to walk and write. Read more

Women's golf continues hot streak by winning PING ASU Invite

The Wildcats won the tournament by four strokes over runner-up Washington, wrapping the tournament up by shooting a final round score of 277 (-11.) The win marks the second in as many weekends for the UA, as they won the Hawkeye El Tigre Invitational last weekend in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.  Read more

Women's golf wins Hawkeye El Tigre Invitational

The UA paced the tournament by placing first in scoring on Par-3 and Par-5 holes, and second on Par-4 holes. Moore was also the individual leader in scoring on Par-3 and Par-5 holes, finishing the event even overall on Par-3 holes, and (-8) on Par-5 holes.  Read more