Men's Golf

Desert Mountain Intercollegiate

Sat., Mar 3
All day
Scottsdale's Outlaw Course
Scottsdale, AZ

Scottsdale's Outlaw Course

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Edwards Signs Four To CU Men's Golf Program

BOULDER —University of Colorado men's golf coach Roy Edwards has inked four top amateurs to his program, with the four spanning the globe from California and Colorado to Europe, or just under 6,300 miles, a fourth of the way around the planet.                   Oliver Jack from Kent Denver School in Englewood; Adam Matteson from San Diego; Kristoffer Max from Holte, Denmark; and John Paterson from St. Andrews, Scotland, all signed letters of intent this month to attend CU and will look to replace four seniors on the team who will graduate next May.                   "We are very excited and fortunate to add these four student-athletes to our team in the class of 2018," Edwards said.  "With hard work, competitiveness, self-belief, and a dedication to learning, we expect this group to be incredibly high-achieving.  They will be good additions to our six returning players next fall."    

Three Ink With Cardinal

Stanford's Knowles Family Director of Men's Golf Conrad Ray announced recently that Fred Lee, Ethan Ng and Daulet Tuleubayev each signed a National Letter of Intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at Stanford.

Huskies Add Three On National Signing Day

SEATTLE - University of Washington men's golf head coach Alan Murray announced the signing of a trio of talented golfers to National Letters of Intent, adding Paul Margolis, Nicolas Schellong and Padraic Sim to the squad in 2018-19.

Men's Golf Signs Pair Of Prep Standouts

Charlie Reiter of Palm Desert, Calif., one of the top junior golfers in the world, and Cameron Henry, from Los Gatos, Calif., ranked among the top juniors in California, have signed National Letters of Intent with USC, Trojan Men's Golf Head Coach Chris Zambri announced today.

Golf Inks Wijono and Einarsson

University of Utah head men's golf coach Garrett Clegg has announced the addition of two signees set to join the Utes in the fall of 2018. Jonathan Wijono (Indonesia) and Axel Einarsson (Sweden) have both signed National Letters of Intent to play for the Utes.