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

Focused on the fairway

The men's and women's golf teams will begin their 2010-11 season in the upcoming week looking to continue the storied tradition of golf at the University of Arizona. Read more

Q&A; with Tarquin MacManus

After finishing in a disappointing ninth place at the Pacific 10 Conference Championships, the Arizona men's golf team now waits on regional play announcements. The Arizona Daily Wildcat caught up with junior Tarquin MacManus to discuss his future and his thoughts on the year. Read more

UA golf set for NCAAs

While the Arizona women's golf team knows its place in the NCAA tournament, the men's team is sweating out the release of the tournament field. Read more