UTA looking forward to its first Sun Belt championship event in its inaugural season.
UTA wins Cape Fear National Intercollegiate by 30 strokes in difficult conditions
Mavericks travel to Palm Desert for the Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate
UTA travels to Tulsa for the ORU Shootout at Meadowbrook Country Club
UTA joins a strong 17-team field at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate.
A selection of photos from the final day of competition at the 2018 Sun Belt Conference Women's Golf Championships.
A selection of SunBelt.org photos from the second day at the 2018 Sun Belt Conference Women's Golf Championships.
A selection of photos from the UTA women's golf team's first-ever practice day at a Sun Belt Championship
Stuart Deane was named head men's and women's coach at UTA on May 19, 2015 and now serves as UTA's director of golf.
Deane joined the program as assistant men's coach on Feb. 16, 2015 after serving as a volunteer assistant for the Mavericks, working with several current and former UTA student-athletes. He is also a PGA teaching professional at Rolling Hills Country Club in Arlington, which is one of the facilities used by the golf program.
In Deane's first year as the men's head coach, the Mavericks totaled eight top 10 finishes, including third at the Cabo Del Sol Invitational in Mexico on Oct. 16, 2015. UTA also ended the season in fifth at the 2016 Sun Belt Championship in Destin, Fla., where sophomore Aaron Guanlao was named to the league's honorable mention all-conference team.
In 2017, the team again registered eight top 10 team finishes and placed among the top five on four occasions. The Mavericks tied for second among 13 teams at the Bayou City Collegiate Classic in Pearland and recorded a third place finish at the Little Rock First Tee Classic. Sophomore Tanner Gore earned second team all-Sun Belt Conference honors.
An accomplished professional golfer, Deane was featured in the summer of 2014 on "The Road to the PGA Championship," a CBS Sports special featuring several competitors in the 96th PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky. Deane was one of five PGA club professionals making their PGA Championship debuts at Valhalla.
In 2015, Deane was ranked seventh among PGA Members in the United States, has been a member of the Web.com tour, has played in 10 PGA Tour events and won the Trump Million Dollar Invitational in his career.
In the fall of 2016, Deane earned an exemption into the 2017 AT&T Byron Nelson by winning the Joyce Crane/Ben Hogan Golf Equipment Company Section Championship, his second Northern Texas PGA Section championship victory and his 12th overall section individual major championship. He also earned the 2016 Yamaha Golf-Car Company / Lajitas Golf Resort Player of the Year Award, his fourth player of the year honor.
He qualified for his second PGA Championship by finishing as one of 20 low scorers at the PGA Professional Championship in Oregon. He finished in a tie for 19th place and advanced to the 99th PGA Championship in Charlotte, N.C. in a playoff.
He arrived in the United States in 1996 after an impressive professional career in Australia and Asia.
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