Seven of the top 25 mens’ college golf teams in the country are competing in Las Vegas for the Southern Highlands Collegiate, and you can watch today’s final round on Golfweek’s free livestream, now broadcasting above.
After two days in the desert, Georgia Tech (-11) held a one-shot lead over Stanford (-10), with Oklahoma (-8) three back. Host UNLV (-2) started the day nine back, T-6 with Cal.
UNLV’s Jack Trent led the individual race (-9) after two rounds, three ahead of Stanford’s Brandon Wu (-6) and Parkey Coody of Texas (-6).
Veteran broadcaster David Marr III hosts the coverage, with Golfweek’s Lance Ringler providing interviews and analysis alongside Steve Scott and Ned Michaels.
The tournament marks the second time in the spring season that a college golf event is being live streamed and promoted across the USA TODAY NETWORK.
Hosted by UNLV, the Southern Highlands Collegiate was established in 1974 and traditionally draws the tops teams in college golf to the desert. The tournament is played at the prestigious Southern Highlands Golf Club, the home course of the UNLV Rebels.
“We are excited about this new partnership and the exposure it will bring,” said UNLV men’s golf coach Dwaine Knight. “We look forward to showcasing UNLV and the Las Vegas community, and anticipate another fantastic week at Southern Highlands featuring some of the best college golf programs in the country.”
The Southern Highlands Collegiate has crowned some of the game’s best. Former winners include: Stewart Cink, David Duval, David Gossett, Ryan Moore, Phil Mickelson and Camilo Villegas. Other PGA Tour veterans to play include: Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas, John Rahm, Patrick Rodgers and Rich Beem.
Teams competing this year: