Golf

Golf takes home two provincial medals

With both men’s and women’s teams picking up silver medals at the OUA Championships in Ottawa, it’s safe to say Queen’s golf had some success on the fairway this past weekend.
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Gaels Golf struggle at Canadian Championships

It’s safe to say the Queen’s golf team that the Canadian University/College Golf Championships wasn’t their best outing. Although the Gaels had a strong finish at the 2016 event, as well as a promising qualifying finish at the 2016 OUA championship, neither the male or female team made the final round of the Canadian Championships.Continue...

Golf teams finishes strong in OUA championships

Entering the season as 2015 OUA bronze medalists, both the men’s and women’s golf teams continued their rise to the upper echelon of the collegiate scene as they wrapped up their regular season with a great performance at the OUA Championship at the Ambassadors Golf Club in Windsor.Continue...

Swinging for the team

Queen’s golfer Jordan Gregoris held a comfortable spot in third place after two days at the Canadian University/College Golf Championships.Continue...

Dr. Scott Lynn leads golf biomechanics research

Those who have golfed with a random partner before may know that often conversations on the course are there just to fill the awkward silence. But every now and then you come across someone worth listening to.Continue...

Bowie headed to South Korea for FISU Games

While most student-athletes spend their summers training for the upcoming school season, Queen’s golfer Russell Bowie will be representing his country on an international stage.Continue...

Green days at OUAs

Queen’s golf teams faced stiff competition at the OUA Golf Championships. The men excelled, while the women were consigned to a different fate.Continue...