Maria Fassi (Arkansas) and Matthew Wolff (Oklahoma State) – the 2019 NCAA Women’s and Men’s Golf Individual National Champions – were announced tonight as winners of the ANNIKA Award and Fred Haskins Award, respectively, recognizing the most outstanding female and male Division I collegiate golfers as voted on by their fellow players, coaches and the golf media.
For the first time since its 1997 debut, the Arnold Palmer Cup – a three-day Ryder Cup-style event featuring the world’s top men’s and women’s college golfers – will be live-streamed worldwide via GOLFChannel.com, Friday-Sunday, June 7-9 from The Alotian Club in Roland, Ark.
GOLF Channel will reveal the winners of the ANNIKA and Fred Haskins Awards – recognizing the most outstanding female and male Division I collegiate golfer for the 2018-19 season – on a special edition of Golf Central, Tuesday, June 4 at 6 p.m. ET.
Coming on the heels of Wednesday’s dramatic championship match where Duke defeated Wake Forest in a playoff to claim their seventh NCAA women’s golf team national championship, today GOLF Channel returns to the Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Ark., kicking off three days of live coverage of the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf National Championships.
GOLF Channel today announced coverage plans for the 2019 NCAA Women’s and Men’s Golf National Championships, featuring two weeks of comprehensive on-air, digital and social coverage produced on-site from the Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Ark.
GOLF Channel today announced a multi-year partnership with Maridoe Golf Club in Carrollton, Texas, to create and televise the Maridoe Collegiate Invitational, a new men’s college golf championship that will take place September 14-16, 2020.