golf-men-d1 flag

NCAA.com | May 24, 2018

156-participant DI Men's Golf Championship field is set

DI Men's Golf Championships: Oklahoma claims the National Title

INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Committee announced today the 156 participants that will compete in the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships.

The top five teams and the top individual not on those teams from each of the six regional sites – Kissimmee, Florida; Raleigh, North Carolina; Columbus, Ohio; Norman, Oklahoma; Stockton, California, and Bryan, Texas have advanced to compete at the finals which will be held May 25-30 at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The championships are being hosted by Oklahoma State University.

The teams and individuals advancing to the 2018 championships finals are listed below:

Reunion Resort, Watson Course – Kissimmee, Florida

Hosted by University of Central Florida

Teams:

  1. Florida
  2. University of Central Florida
  3. Vanderbilt
  4. North Carolina
  5. Kent State



Individuals:

George Cunningham, Arizona

Lonnie Poole Golf Course – Raleigh, North Carolina

Hosted by North Carolina State University 

Teams (seeded in the following order):

  1. Texas
  2. Duke
  3. NC State
  4. Augusta University
  5. Arizona State

 

Individuals:

Pontus Nyholm, Campbell

OSU Golf Club, Scarlet Course – Columbus, Ohio

Hosted by The Ohio State University 

Teams (seeded in the following order):

  1. Oklahoma State
  2. Illinois
  3. UNLV
  4. Northwestern
  5. Texas Tech



Individuals:

Kyle Mueller, Michigan

Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club – Norman, Oklahoma

Hosted by University of Oklahoma

Teams (seeded in the following order):

1.   Oklahoma

T2. Brigham Young

T2. North Florida

T4. Arkansas

T4. Auburn

Individuals:

Joshua McCarthy, Pepperdine 

The Reserve at Spanos Park – Stockton, California

Hosted by University of the Pacific 

Teams:

  1. Kansas
  2. Stanford
  3. Iowa State
  4. Alabama
  5. Oregon



Individuals:

Charles Corner, UTEP 

Traditions Club – Bryan, Texas

Hosted by Texas A&M University, College Station

Teams (seeded in the following order):

  1. Texas A&M
  2. Clemson
  3. Baylor
  4. UCLA
  5. Kentucky



Individuals:

Braden Thornberry, Ole Miss

Finals play consists of three days of stroke play on Friday, May 25 through Sunday, May 27 (54 holes), after which the top 15 teams and nine individuals not on an advancing team will be determined. That is followed by a final day of 18 holes of stroke play on Monday, May 28 to determine the top eight teams that will advance to match play as well as the 72-hole individual champion. The team national champion will be determined by a match-play format that will consist of quarterfinals and semifinals conducted on Tuesday, May 29, followed by finals on Wednesday, May 30.

For 2018 championship ticket information visit http://orange.okstate.com/ncaagolf/#tickets or contact Clark Woodruff at clark.woodruff@okstate.edu or 405-744-5247.

Live results from the championships can be found online at www.ncaa.com.

The 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships were held at Rich Harvest Farms, with Northern Illinois University serving as host. Oklahoma won the team title, defeating reigning national champion Oregon, 3-1-1 in the final round of match play competition. Braden Thornberry of Ole Miss claimed the individual title with a four-day total of 277, which was 11-under par.

 

The college careers of the Presidents Cup team members

Eleven of the 16 automatically qualifying players got their golf careers started in the NCAA — including all eight of the U.S. qualifiers.
READ MORE

Phil Mickelson's college career: Records, history, achievements

This is a complete look at Phil Mickelson's college career, including NCAA titles won, college records set and a comprehensive year-by-year list of collegiate tournament results.
READ MORE

Tiger Woods' college career: Records, history, achievements

Tiger Woods attended Stanford from 1994 through 1996 before he turned professional. Here is a look at his college achievements, including his 1996 NCAA individual championship.
READ MORE

Subscribe To Email Updates

Enter your information to receive emails about offers, promotions from NCAA.com and our partners