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Golf team works to keep safe
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Golf team works to keep safe

Golf team works to keep safe By Eric PeraltaBridge contributing writerPublished Wednesday, May 5, 2021 As pandemic concerns continue, the TAMIU golf team follows policies to keep its athletes safe. Redshirt sophomore Yuliana Yapur, of Morelos, Mexico, plays on the Texas A&M International University women's golf team. The team is led by coach Rudy Gonzalez, who oversees both golf teams. courtesy godustdevils.comGolf coach Rudy Gonzalez “For our practice, we now are separated from the men's team,” Yapur said. “This means that while the men's team goes out to play nine [or] 18 holes, the women stay, putting or at the range hitting balls and vice versa. “For competitions, we used to play with other schools in the same group. Now we play our rounds of 18 or 36 holes with ...
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Golfer showcases talent on green with every swing

Golfer showcases talent on green with every swing By Gabriella PratherBridge Staff WriterPublished March 30, 2020 At a young age, her life altered when a sport gravitated to her and it changed everything, Natchawan Serisamran, a TAMIU senior golfer. Serisamran majors in psychology and minors in computer science. She is originally from Bangkok, Thailand, and decided to come to Texas A&M International University because of the hot weather Laredo has to offer, so she can play year-round golf. She was introduced to golf by her parents, who were players as well and she decided to give it a shot and play. Since beginning, she found a coach who helped her hone her game her for 12 years. Coach Kitipong Srithongkul said he is one of the top-10 golf coaches in the country. He co...
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