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This week's college golf notebook looks at the collegians who qualified for the U.S. Open and a new model for college golf camps.
Oklahoma's Quade Cummins and Pepperdine's Clay Fagler returned for extra seasons to win an NCAA Championship, and they each helped give their teams the final chance Tuesday at Grayhawk.
In Clemson coach Larry Penley's final tournament, Tigers senior Turk Pettit won the NCAA individual title Monday at Grayhawk.
Oklahoma State senior Austin Eckroat capped a big month that included an engagement by earning his KFT card Monday through PGA Tour University.
Pepperdine's Joey Vrzich has drawn inspiration from his dad, who nearly died before Joey was born, and become the upbeat star for the Waves.
How a dream and hard work helped South Carolina's Ana Pelaez reach star status in women's college and amateur golf.
Every college player begins his or her season knowing that a good year could help earn a spot onto the prestigious Arnold Palmer Cup team.
Oklahoma head coach Ryan Hybl broke out his lucky vest in the Arizona heat as the Sooners were one of the top seeds that advanced Tuesday to the NCAA semifinals.
Annika Sorenstam joins College Central to announce Stanford freshman and newly minted NCAA women's individual champ Rachel Heck as the 2021 Annika Award recipient.
Look back at some of the top moments from the final round of the NCAA Women's Individual Golf Championship.
Sophie Guo missed more than two months after contracting COVID-19, but the Texas freshman is back and playing well at the NCAA Women's Championship.
As it fights for an NCAA Championship berth in Tuesday’s final round of the Stillwater Regional, Sam Houston State will have to do so with just four players – and without its star.
Stanford will be without two starters for its most important tournament of the season to date, the NCAA Albuquerque Regional.
Ten players were selected to the final 2021 Annika Award Watch List, including Stanford’s Rachel Heck and South Carolina’s Pauline Roussin-Bouchard.
It was a good day for the Prairie View A&M men’s golf program, which got into NCAA regionals and won the PGA Works team title on Wednesday.