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Blazers Seek Impactful Finish at Coore and Crenshaw’s Cuscowilla

The Blazers had a shot at sealing a spot in the NCAAs Tuesday at Kinderlou, but they’ll have another chance Monday and Tuesday at GolfWeek’s “Best Residential Golf Course in Georgia.” Located in Eatonton, Georgia, just under an hour and a half southeast of Atlanta, Cuscowilla provides a variety of holes in a picturesque setting, with lakes, pines, fescue, and ...

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Blazer blow chance at postseason bid at Kinderlou

I got on Baytree Road, continuing to drive, taking a left on Melody Lane, another at St. Augustine, making a the turn at West Hill Avenue. From there, I stayed on Highway 84 some six and a half to seven miles, eventually completing a 17 minute drive to Kinderlou Forest Golf Club, where the Blazers moved in all sorts of ...

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No quit: Anderson, Blazers beat No. 8 Saint Leo

The Blazers weren’t in contention Tuesday, but they didn’t quit, either, coming in fourth place at St. Leo Invitational at Lake Jovita, passing the host in the process. In particular, one player who didn’t quit was Senior Matt Anderson, who tied for second in the tournament, which took place in Dade City, Florida. He played the “toughest starting hole” in ...

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Blazers have opportunity to climb region rankings at Lake Jovita

With trees left, right and a marsh in-between, angst enters the mind far faster than any feeling of comfort when one steps onto the 1st tee at Lake Jovita’s South Course. For the Blazers, that tiny gap of air may be all they need to secure a good place in the South Region rankings. “We are in a good spot ...

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Blazers earn key region victories in first spring event

The Blazers scored better than No. 3-ranked Florida Tech, No. 4 St. Leo, and No. 18 Rollins College at the Matlock Collegiate Classic Monday and Tuesday, making a potential move up the Region ladder with a 9th place finish. “We still have a long way to go, but this is a nice start to the spring,” Coach Jared Purvis said. ...

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Blazers look to go low at Lone Palm

Blazers look to go low at Lone Palm Matt Anderson, Wesley Hanson, and the trio of freshman will play in their first event of the spring season Monday, taking on Lone Palm Golf Club and a field that features the Coaches Poll’s top 6 teams. Located in Lakeland, Florida, this par 72 is just under 7,100 yards in length, a ...

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D2 and Bruther: Boys, Blazers, Roommates

Davis Smith grew up in the northwest Georgia town of Dalton, the Carpet Capital of the World. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountain Valley, the mountains are the only geographic barrier between him and LaFayette, a place closer to Chattanooga than Atlanta, where Gage Smith had lived his entire life. The 30 minutes that separated the two growing up just ...

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Blazers come home winners, Anderson captures individual title

Matt Anderson was the individual champion, Brock Healy came in second, and the Blazers completed a landslide victory at the Rio Mar Golf Club’s River Course Tuesday. Anderson won a college event for the first time in his career, after giving himself a four shot lead going into the final round Tuesday.  At a venue where putting is difficult due ...

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Preview: Blazers Golf travel to Puerto Rico

Coach Jared Purvis and Blazer Golf will return to Rio Grande, Puerto Rico this week for the first time since their win there two years ago, looking not only to defend their title, but also to end their fall season on a high note. The River Course, a 6,945-yard par 72 designed by Golf great Greg Norman, is one of ...

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No. 1 Barry dominate, No. 22 VSU still has work to do

At the Copperhead Course at Innisbrook Golf Resort, No. 1 Barry University continued its pattern of dominance, winning its third tournament in as many appearances, this time by 24 shots over host West Florida. VSU showed us some of what had its supporters excited at the start of the season, but its 13th place finish also made known that the ...

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