Why Florida State really won... (Part II)


The Florida State Seminoles won the Gary Koch Intercollegiate at Old Memorial Golf Club in Tampa, Fla. From left to right; Front Row: Assistant Coach, Chris Malloy, Doug Letson, head coach, Trey Jones. Back Row: Michael Hebert, Drew Kittleson, Brooks Koepka and Seath Lauer.

Florida State won the Gary Koch Intercollegiate Sunday for already its second victory of the fall season, which signaled a trend for reasons other than good golf shots.

During their season-opening victory at Golfweek’s Conference Challenge, the Seminoles spent all week hanging out and goofing around in their own golf villa.

They had fun and won. They let the straps hang out on the backs of their golf caps like Anthony Kim and all week listened to Lil’ Wayne’s “Kobe Bryant.”

This week at the Gary Koch, the team again stayed together in their own villa. They brought with them an original Playstation and played double-elimination “NFL Blitz” tournaments every night, Drew Kittleson often coming out on top.

“I am super dominant at Blitz,” Kittleson said. “Cameron (Knight) is second best.”

And as for the Song of this Week? Lil’ Wayne’s “Can’t Miss.”

Really, they can’t.

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