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Men’s golf prepares for quick turnaround at Talis Park Challenge

After a thirteenth place finish set them back at last week’s Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters, the Texas A&M men’s golf team now returns poised to improve with a two day stint, beginning on Sunday at the Talis Park Challenge in Naples, Florida.
The Challenge, hosted by Ball State University, will be played at the renowned Talis Park Golf Club, which was ranked by Golf Digest as one of the top 20 tracks in the sunshine state.
The Talis Park course, designed by two time British Open champion Greg Norman and World Golf Hall of Fame inductee, architect Pete Dye, remains as only one of two course crafted by the duo. It spans 7,025 yards of Sea Dwarf Paspalum clothed fairways and greens from the championship tees.
Defending champion and fellow Southeastern Conference foe University of Vanderbilt joins the Aggies in the field this week.
The Commodores won last year’s version of the Challenge by 19 strokes over the eventual second place finishing Wichita State, who also returns to the field this week. A&M did not play in the Challenge last year.
The Aggies are coming off their worst statistical team finish of the year at the Collegiate Masters where they only had one competing individual complete three rounds inside the top forty on the leaderboard.
Action at the Talis Cup Challenge concludes on Monday.

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