INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Committee announced today the 156 participants that will compete in the 2022 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 — Bryan, Texas; Columbus, Ohio; New Haven, Connecticut; Norman, Oklahoma; Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and Stockton, California — have advanced to compete at the finals which will be held May 27-June 1 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. The championships are being hosted by Arizona State and The Thunderbirds.
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The teams and individuals advancing to the 2022 championships finals are listed below:
|1. Vanderbilt||1. Zack Byers — Gardner Webb|
|2. Florida State|
|4. South Florida|
|5. College of Charleston|
|T-1. Oklahoma State||1. Thomas Giroux, Oakland|
|T-1. Georgia Tech|
|3. Ohio State|
|5. East Tennessee State|
|1. Oklahoma||1. Evan Lewis — South Carolina|
|3. Ole Miss|
|1. Arizona State||1. RJ Manke — Washington|
|3. Brigham Young|
|1. Arizona||1. Carson Barry — Oregon State|
|3. Texas A&M|
|1. Wake Forest||1. Adrian Vagberg — VCU|
|2. North Carolina|
|T-3. Texas Tech|
|T-3. North Florida|
|5. Georgia Southern|
Finals play consists of three days of stroke play on Friday, May 27 thru Sunday, May 29 (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 30 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 31, followed by finals on Wednesday, June 1.
The 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships were also held at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona with Pepperdine winning the team title, defeating Oklahoma 3-2 in the final round of match play competition. Clemson’s Turk Pettit won the individual title by three strokes.
Live results from the championships can be found online at www.ncaa.com.