The Bulldogs have gone from a bubble team to an at-large lock this spring, with scoring averages dropping and team records being replaced.
The Crimson Tide have won seven titles this season and junior Stephanie Meadow is playing some of the best golf of her young career, but they're not the only picks for this week's D-I final.
The 12th-seeded Charlotte 49ers lead the South Carolina Gamecocks by a single shot and are four clear of the Stanford Cardinal.
The NCAA Div. I men’s postseason has arrived. The six regional format is now five years old and seems to be working very well. Largely due to the lesser number of teams which results in a better run event from every aspect of tournament golf.
There was little surprise at the top of the three NCAA regional leaderboards on May 11. Top-ranked USC won its ninth regional title, Duke notched its eighth – and first since 2007 – and Alabama, the defending national champion, easily won by eight shots.
Women's regional play begins May 9, and Lance Ringler offers some random thoughts to take into the postseason.
Top collegiate men and women golfers are finding the spotlight of majors at this time of year – women in this week's Kraft Nabisco Championship and men in next week's Masters.
Austin Peay's victory at the Memphis Intercollegiate might be the biggest in program history, considering the field. Also: Don't forget Alabama, while the UCLA women have regrouped.
What if the professional golf tours held a very simple, draft day-like event to give instant access to a few college players? It inspired Lance Ringler's Weekly Top 5.
As the postseason approaches, it’s time to take a little bit deeper look at college golf, and specifically at the .500 Rule.
A lot of opinions have emerged from the professional side of the game regarding the USGA's proposed anchoring ban, but what are college coaches saying?
Better equipment, coaching and players have improved scoring in the past 15 years, which makes it hard to believe that someone hasn’t put up 59 on a college scoreboard.
The spring season is under way and the journey to late May has started for most teams, whether that means actual competition or just practice.
Less than one week after the GCAA National Convention, nearly all of the college golf world was shocked by the news that the NCAA Championships will be televised beginning in 2014.
The item that garnered most of the attention was the individual portion of the NCAA Championship, which has taken a back seat to the team competition.
As college golfers took three months of summer vacation, coaching changes and talk of adjustments to the national championship continued.
First, it was Bobby Wyatt. Then, Jordan Spieth. Finally, Dylan Frittelli put an exclamation point on a day that won't soon be forgotten, says Lance Ringler.
Liberty may have missed making the match-play portion of the NCAA Championship by one shot, but the Flames are ambitious and look forward to success in the future. Lance Ringler.
Match play was supposed to spice the NCAA Championship up. Officials could have never expected this: No. 1 vs. No. 2. An extensive scouting report on both squads, courtesy of Lance Ringler.
Oregon's Eugene Wong was down two holes with nine to play, and he wouldn't have it any other way - eventually clinching the Ducks' win over UCLA with a birdie at No. 18.
Lance Ringler and Asher Wildman weigh in on all of the quarterfinal and semifinal action from Friday.
Lance Ringler and Eric Soderstrom look forward to future NCAA Championships... can we expect any more changes?
NCAA Championship: Lance Ringler and Sean Martin break down all the quarterfinal action and look ahead to the semis.