Bodda Getta Daily Brew 6/11: Golf Clap Won't Cut It

Auburn Men's Golf is featured in this week's Talking Tigers Podcast to discuss being champs

Good Morning, Auburn Family. In case you’ve fallen down a well or been caught under a large piece of furniture, Auburn Men’s Golf has won, well, pretty much everything.

Let’s review, shall we?

✅ Head coach Nick Clinard was named the winner of the 2024 Dave Williams Division I National Coach of the Year Award.

✅ 10 tournament wins, double the amount of wins from the previous record.

✅ Auburn won seven straight to finish the year, including the SEC Championship, a regional championship and the NCAA Championship.
✅ Auburn players captured five All-SEC honors, SEC Freshman of the Year, SEC Player of the Year, four All-Region honors, two invitations to Palmer Cup's Team USA, the Ben Hogan Award, the Fred Haskins Award, the Jack Nicklaus Award, the Phil Mickelson Outstanding Freshman Award and two first team All-America recognitions.

Whew. Over the next couple of days, we’ll be releasing videos with some of the golf team members after rolling Toomer’s Corner on WarEagle+—starting with Alex Vogelsong below. 👇🏼

What else can you find mixed into today’s Brew?

🎥 The Talking Tigers Podcast  
🏈 SEC kickoff times will be announced TODAY!
🐅 And much, much more!


Talking Tigers - Alex Vogelsong
Auburn Men’s Golf ended the season with a total of 10 tournament championships, including seven in a row through the end of the season. The team claimed the school’s first NCAA Championship at La Costa Resort in Carlsbad, California. After finishing 6th in stroke play, Nick Clinard’s players beat Virginia, Ohio State and Florida State to win the National Championship. J.M. Butler clinched the title on the 17th hole of the final match.

On the morning when Auburn celebrated the championship by rolling Toomer’s Corner, senior Alex Vogelsong sat down to talk about the NCAA Title. Auburn Men’s Golf is featured in this Talking Tigers Podcast.


🔼 Every Second Counts. A couple of hundredths of a second from winning a national championship and coming home to a Toomer’s Corner celebration, the Auburn men returned to the Plains Sunday as the NCAA Track & Field runner-up.

Coach Leroy Burrell took some time out to reflect on the experience—the valiant effort, the oh-so-close call, and the plan going forward.

“It’s a little taste of what it means to be in the Auburn Family,” Coach Burrell said. “We’re not done yet.”

🔼 Statistically Speaking. There’s no denying that JMac is just built different.

🗣 🚨 Also, HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT ⇢ The SEC is releasing the kickoff times TODAY at noon ET, 11 a.m. CT! Let be your hub for all things Auburn Football.

🔼 The Inner Circle Grows. Bringing a wealth of pitching knowledge and experience from a pair of Southeastern Conference programs, co-head coaches Chris and Kate Malveaux announced Monday that Ryker Chason is joining Auburn softball as an assistant coach.
Chason joins the Tigers after spending the last 10 months as director of pitching growth for OGX Softball in Romeoville, Illinois. The company specializes in using data and human performance science to develop individualized, science-backed programs to elevate softball training and performance.
Prior to his stop at OGX, Chason spent three seasons on staff at Ole Miss from 2021 to 2023, helping the Rebels' pitching staff to a 2.91 ERA in his final season.
⇢ Go here for more on Chason’s impressive background. 🥎


Now This is Major

The Tigers are the first SEC men's golf team to capture all three major postseason event titles since what year?

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Answer: The Tigers are the first SEC team to capture all three major postseason event titles since 2014.

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