Men’s Golf Announces 2017-18 Schedule
July 20, 2017

Complete Schedule

By Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@WakeMGolf)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The Wake Forest men’s golf program announced its 2017-18 schedule on Thursday (July 20), featuring 10 regular season tournaments prior to postseason play. The Demon Deacons will play five events in the fall and five regular season events in the spring, including two tournaments where they enter as the defending champion.

“Once again, we will be playing one of the top-10 schedules in the country this season,” said head coach Jerry Haas. “The players are excited about this year as everyone returns from a team that was the highest ranked squad in the ACC last year. We have some unfinished business and I expect the Deacons to be competitive each and every week and vie for the ACC and NCAA titles.”

The schedule again begins at Duke with the Rod Myers Invitational in September, where the Demon Deacons have won the title in each of the past two seasons. September concludes with a new event on the Deacs’ schedule as they travel to Alabama for the Graeme McDowell Shoal Creek Invitational.

The fall portion of the schedule concludes with three events in October. The Nike Golf Collegiate Invitational returns to Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club in Oregon this season, where the Deacs took the title in 2015. Wake Forest will once again play the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate before ending the fall in Hawaii at the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational on the island of Kauai.

The spring schedule begins with another new event for the Deacs, the All-American Intercollegiate at the Golf Club of Houston in February. The March schedule begins in Mexico with the Deacs’ annual trip to the Querencia Cabo Collegiate. Two weeks later, Wake Forest defends its title at the Valspar Collegiate at the Floridian National Golf Club.



The regular season concludes with the 3M Augusta Invitational in Georgia, where the Deacs were the runner-up last year, followed by a new event in Cary, the Stitch Intercollegiate at MacGregor Downs.

The postseason begins April 20-22 as the ACC Championships will return to the Old North State Club in Uwharrie Point, N.C. This year’s NCAA Regionals will be hosted by NC State, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Pacific, Texas A&M and UCF before the NCAA Championship will take place at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla.

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