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Trinity Forest Invitational
Trinity Forest Golf Club | Dallas

The North Texas men’s golf team stays on site and plays at the Trinity Forest Invitational hosted by SMU.

THE EVENT: Trinity Forest will play at 7,330 yards and will be a par 71 course for the tournament. The two-day event begins on Monday when the teams play 36 holes with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. and ends on Tuesday with the last 18 holes and tee times.

THE FIELD: Fifteen teams will participate in the tournament: Abilene Christian, Florida Atlantic, Kansas City, Little Rock, Louisiana Tech, Middle Tennessee, North Texas, Rice, Sam Houston, SMU, SMU (B), UNLV, UT-Arlington, UTRGV and UTSA.

REPRESENTATION UNDER: Sean Wilcox, Vicente Marzilio, Lenny Bergsson, Diego Prone and Tucker Allen are fighting for the Mean Green.

RESULTS: Live results are published on GolfStat.com. Full summaries of each day of competition will be posted on MeanGreenSports.com at the end of each round.

LAST TIME OUT: North Texas ranked 15th on The Tucker and was led by sophomore Vicente Marzilio who finished 28th.

INTERNATIONAL TASTE: The Mean Green has six international players this year. Lenny Bergsson (Iceland), Viktor Forslund (Sweden), Nikhil Gopal (South Africa), Zak Karkaletsos (Spain), Diego Prone (Argentina) and Vicente Marzilio (Argentina) round off the national team.

ROUTE SAYS: “The team had some competitive qualifications in preparation for the Trinity Forest Invitational,” said UNT head coach Brad Stracke. “I know they are excited and ready to play this week.”

NEXT: North Texas will travel to the Little Rock Invitational in Arkansas October 18-19.

NEW PLANT: Mean Green Golf Programs are proud to offer their brand new UNT Golf Practice Facility by Bruzzy, the new $ 3 million facility on campus with cutting edge technology such as TrackMan, Swing Catalysts, Indoor Hitting Bays, etc., short play area and a PuttView Indoor Putting Green.

HOME SWEET MARIDOE: North Texas enjoys its home course – the Maridoe Golf Club in Carrollton. Opened to members in July 2017, the course offers the Mean Green a state-of-the-art home course with world-class facilities including a fully dedicated practice facility, complete with a two-sided driving range to accommodate many variations in wind conditions, an expansive three-acre short game Refuge and indoor facilities with state-of-the-art drop bays that offer tools that the program did not previously have available.