Pepperdine Waves and Ole Miss Rebels
Prevail at Grayhawk Golf Club
The 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships wrapped up Wednesday, June 2 on Grayhawk Golf Club’s Raptor Course. The Pepperdine Waves crashed over the Oklahoma Sooners to earn the men’s team championship while on Memorial Day Clemson’s Turk Pettit took the men’s individual title.
On the women’s side, the scrappy Ole Miss Rebels wore down the competition to win the team title, and Rachel Heck of Stanford not only won the women’s individual title, she also earned the 2021 Annika Award.
NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP NEWS
Tournament News Links
- Pepperdine beats Oklahoma for NCAA men’s golf title
- Pettit Wins Men’s Individual Title
- Pepperdine Wins 2021 NCAA Championship for Second National Title in Program History
- Oklahoma’s Logan McAllister Makes His Second Ace of NCAA Championship, This Time in Final Match
- Florida State’s John Pak ends exceptional college career as 2021 Haskins Award winner
- Pepperdine Men’s Golf
- Ole Miss Women’s golf claims school’s first recognized NCAA Championship
- Ole Miss senior Kennedy Swann ends college career in style as national champion
- Rachel Heck wins everything, sets new NCAA scoring record
- Stanford’s Rachel Heck wins NCAA championship
- Rachel Heck wins 2021 ANNIKA Award
- Ole Miss Women’s Golf
Raptor Course: NCAA Men’s Golf Championship Venue
The championship will be contested on Grayhawk Golf Club’s Tom Fazio-designed Raptor Course. The men will play it as a par-70, 7,289-yard layout. Since its debut in 1995, Raptor has hosted several competitive professional and top amateur golf tournaments including the PGA TOUR’s Frys.com Open (2007-2009), Pro-Ams for the WM Phoenix Open (1996 to 2012), Tommy Bahama Challenge (2004 & 2005), AJGA Thunderbird International Junior (2000-2019) and PGA Jr. League Championship through 2022. Read more about Grayhawk Golf Club’s Raptor Golf Course.