Men's Golf 2022 Fall Schedule Released | College of Coastal Georgia Athletics – College of Coastal Georgia Athletics

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BRUNSWICK, Ga.- The 2022 Fall schedule was released for the Coastal Georgia men's golf team. Head coach Mike Cook announced that the team will play three tournaments and one dual match against SCAD Savannah.
The team will begin action on Monday, Sept. 12 in the Coastal Georgia Men's and Women's Fall Invitational at Sanctuary Cove Golf Club in Waverly, Ga.
This 54-hole tournament will feature Dalton State, Webber International, Ave Maria, Reinhardt, Southeaster, USCB, Truett McConnell, Cumberland, Milligan, Bryan, St. Thomas, Brewton-Parker, Midway, Tennessee Wesleyan and Bethel.
Last year, the Mariners finished third out of 14 teams with Keiser and USCB taking the one and two spots.
Head coach Mike Cook enters his 13th season at the helm for the Mariners and is ready for the season to get underway.
"I'm ready to see our guys back and in action. I'm also anxious to coach our three incoming freshmen," said Cook. 
Following the Fall Invitational, Coastal Georgia will participate in the Innisbrook Invite at the Copper Head Course in Tarpon Springs, Fla. beginning on Sept. 26. Last season the Mariners finished second out of 20 teams in the 54-hole tournament.
Cook knows the level of competition his team will face this season being in a tough conference and playing in prestigious tournaments.
"We will compete against No. 1 Keiser and most of the top 25 ranked teams this fall as we do every season. The Sun conference is by far the strongest golf conference in NAIA," Cook said. 
After the Innisbrook Invite, the Mariners will host SCAD Savannah in a dual match in Oct. with the exact date still to be determined. This will be the third time that they face off against each other with Coastal Georgia coming out on top in the two prior meetings.
The fall season will end with the AAC Championship at the Cross Creek Course in Seneca, S.C. beginning on Oct. 17.
Coach Cook expects his team to fight and stay competitive this season following an NAIA Tournament appearance last spring.
"I expect our men will work hard prepare and compete well even though our roster will be thin," said Cook.  


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