Welcome to Golfweek's Men's Midweek Report. We wanted to use this hump day to update you on all the latest men's college news, Feb. 27-March 4.
Tennessee won its first tournament of the year as it won the Davidson College Invitational on Tuesday.
Kent State and Tennessee headline the field that will hit the course Monday through Tuesday at the Davidson College Invitational.
Tennessee begins its title defense Monday at the Sea Best Invitational while Texas A&M is looking to better last year's runner-up finish at TPC Sawgrass.
The inaugural Dick’s Sporting Goods Collegiate Challenge Cup is set to take place this weekend at The Golf Club of Tennessee in Kingston Springs. Take a closer look at the tournament and the teams participating.
The first 18 holes of the 36-hole U.S. Amateur final is completed. Matthew Fitzpatrick, of England, is 1 up over Oliver Goss, of Australia, after being conceded a 12-foot birdie putt on the 15th hole.
Calm, cool and collective. Oliver Goss can be seen as any one of these descriptions on the golf course. On Saturday, Goss defeated good mate and Australian National Team teammate Brady Watt, 2-up, in the second semifinal match of the U.S. Amateur at The Country Club.
Alabama leads by 14 strokes over Tulane after two rounds with a 22-under 554 total in the NCAA East women's college golf regional. “It’s a matter continuing our momentum,” said head coach Mic Potter.
It has been a lackluster final semester for Erica Popson, but the Tennessee senior opened the NCAA East Regional with a 67 for a share of the lead.
A dominant victory at Southern Highlands bolsters the Cal men's No. 1 ranking, while Michael Kim won that tournament as well as the Fresno State Lexus Classic.