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Major Colleges without Club Golf Teams

By Kris Hart


The NCCGA has been rapidly growing over the last few years and helping thousands of college students get out on the course. Our mission is to ensure every college student golfer has a place to play golf while in school. The foundation to a great club golf team is a strong leader and club president for the team. The good news is that big schools like Ole Miss, Western Kentucky, Navy, Airforce, Marshall, Temple, University of Washington, UNC Charlotte, Utah, Princeton, Kansas State, and St. Johns all recently got new leaders who are working on forming clubs on their campus. Unfortunately, the schools below do not have club golf leaders or teams on campus. Do you know any friends on these campuses that might want to play club golf?

SEC – LSU and MS State

Pac 12 - Arizona, Oregon State, Washington State

AAC - Memphis, Houston

Ivy – Columbia

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Conference USA – University of Alabama Birmingham, University of Texas El Paso, Southern Mississippi, Florida International

Mountain West – Nevada, UNLV, San Jose St, Utah State, Fresno State, New Mexico

Sunbelt – Arkansas Little Rock, Arkansas State, Coastal Carolina, Idaho, Louisiana Lafayette, Louisiana Monroe, New Mexico State, South Alabama, Texas Arlington, Troy University


If you know any friends at the schools above or other non-NCCGA college who might be a good club golf leader or just wants to play in NCCGA tournaments as an individual, please email Team@nccga.org with your friends name/email and we will do our best to help them out.

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