The NCAA Division I men’s and women’s golf committees have chosen Eugene (Ore.) Country Club and Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Ill., as the sites of the 2016 and '17 national championships, respectively.
Golfweek's Lance Ringler joined Golf Channel's Steve Burkowski and Ryan Lavner to chat about the best team's in men's college golf at this point in the season, including who Ringler and Lavner thought were the favorites for the NCAA Championship.
With Cal, Alabama and Texas drew the bulk of the attention in the college golf world this season, but it was upstart Illinois that nearly stole the show, proving that the Illini's program is alive and well.
Senior Scott Strohmeyer struggled early in his Alabama career with attitude and coachability, but his commitment to maturing allowed himself and another relative unknown in Trey Mullinax play a huge part in the Tide winning it all on Sunday.
Alabama got sweet redemption in winning its first-ever National Championship with a 4-1 victory over Illinois at The Capital City Club's Crabapple course. Last year, the Crimson Tide lost to Texas in a heartbreaker.
Alabama has its redemption. Y year after a heartbreaking loss in the NCAA Championship, the Tide secured a 4-1 win over Illinois on Sunday at the Capital City Club to win the school's first national championship. See how it all unfolded.
It was 2012 NCAA medalist, Illinois' Thomas Pieters, against 2013 medalist, California's Max Homa, in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship, where Pieters came out the victor in 20 holes at The Capital City Club's Crabapple course.
Cal vs. Illinois. Georgia Tech vs. Alabama. It doesn't get much better than that in college golf, as the final four teams battle for a spot in Sunday's NCAA finale. Stay up-to-date all day with our Tracker!
If Friday was any indication, the excitement at the Capital City Club's Crabapple course will only intensify as Cal, Georgia Tech, Illinois and Alabama take the course on Saturday for the NCAA semifinals.
Nearly left out of the lineup on numerous occasions, Mike Small's continued commitment to Alex Burge paid off after the Illinois' sophomore beat Texas' Cody Gribble to secure the clinching point in Friday's NCAA quarterfinals.
California's Max Homa claimed the NCAA individual championship with a bogey-free 4-under 66 in the final round at The Capital City Club's Crabapple course. He is the first Golden Bear to win the individual title.
Georgia Tech entered the NCAA Championship with two advantages: No player had teed it up in the finals, and it was the only team to get significant practice time at Crabapple. It paid off to the tune of holding the lead after the morning wave.
There’s no better way to close out your college career than playing in the NCAA Championship, especially when your team is not with you and it’s your first trip to college golf’s big show. Just ask Austin Peay's Dustin Korte.
UCLA freshman Jonathan Garrick was assessed a one-shot slow play penalty on the 18th hole during the second round of the NCAA Championship on Wednesday. And he was none too pleased about being singled out.
Nicolas Echavarria had made just two starts this spring before being chosen for the fifth spot in Arkansas' lineup at the NCAA Championship. The freshman is making coach Brad McMakin's decision look pretty good, finishing the morning Wednesday in solo second after a second-round 6-under 64.
Alabama knows what it's like to compete on the biggest stage. Georgia Tech knows it's way around the Capital City Club's Crabapple course. And both find themselves in contention after the first round of the NCAA Championship Tuesday in Milton, Ga.
Arizona State freshman Jon Rahm was 'en fuego' on Tuesday during the first round of the NCAA Championship at The Capital City Club's Crabapple Course. Rahm shot a 9-under 61, which included 10 birdies and a bogey.
When it comes to injuries and illnesses, Florida head coach Buddy Alexander has been fortunate. That is, until this season, as the Gators have battled numerous injuries to advance to their 13th straight NCAA Championship.
When you think of college golf, you think of both teams and individuals competing for a title or in this case, a national championship. Having qualified through the regionals, on May 28-31, six individuals will enter the NCAA Championship without their respective teams in Atlanta.
USC freshman Annie Park's NCAA Championship victory made her just the second player in NCAA history to sweep all three postseason individual titles. So what's next for Park? Her high school's prom and graduation.
USC’s national championship will go down in the books next to a number of descriptors, blowout and runaway chief among them. But a 21-shot victory on Friday at the University of Georgia Golf Course amounted to something else for the Trojans: a final endurance test.
PGATOUR.COM went behind the scenes with members of the University of Washington men's golf team as they pursue their first-ever NCAA Championship, led by senior and top-ranked amateur player Chris Williams. This is the first of a series of episodes.