With the 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships rapidly approaching, college golf’s best are gearing up for the journey on the #roadtograyhawk.

Women’s Road to Grayhawk

Conference Championships

  • SEC: Auburn
  • ACC: Duke
  • Big 12: April 18-20
  • Big Ten: April 22-25
  • Pac-12: April 23-25

NCAA Regionals: May 10-12
Baton Rouge: University Club
Columbus: Ohio State University GC
Simpsonville: University of Louisville GC
Stanford: Stanford Golf Course

Men’s Road to Grayhawk

Conference Championships

  • ACC: April 18-20
  • SEC: April 21-25
  • Pac-12: April 26-28
  • Big 12: April 26-28
  • Big Ten: April 30-May 2

NCAA Regionals: May 17-19
Central: Karsten Creek GC
East: The Golf Club of Tennessee
Midwest: Sagamore Golf Club
Southeast: Golden Eagle Country Club
Southwest: Championship Golf Course at University of New Mexico
West: Tumble Creek at Suncadia

2021 NCAA Golf Championship Schedule*

Women’s
Stroke Play: May 21-24
Match Play: May 25-26

Men’s
Stroke Play: May 28-31
Match Play: June 1-2

*Raptor and the Clubhouse will be closed May 17 – June 2, while Talon Course and Isabella’s Kitchen remain OPEN for golf and dining.

Two More Years At Grayhawk

2022

Women’s:   May 20-25
Men’s:  May 27 – June 1

2023

Dates Coming Soon

Raptor Course: NCAA Division I 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 and the women at 6,429 yards, par 72. 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.

ASU Hosts at Home

It will be the second time ASU has hosted an NCAA Golf Championship since the women held it in 1992. It’s also the third time either the men’s or women’s championship has been hosted in the Southwest since the 2012 men’s tournament in Pacific Palisades, California and the 2008 women’s tournament in New Mexico. As the only program in collegiate history to capture men’s and women’s team titles in the same season (1990), the Sun Devils now have three at-home opportunities to accomplish this feat again.

Missy Farr-Kaye/Head Coach, ASU Women’s Golf 

“To have the NCAA Championships in the Valley of the Sun is an incredible addition to our community. We have the people, the course and the golf knowledge to stage three incredible years of championships. As the coach of the host school, we look forward to trying to win more championships in front of our incredible alumni and supporters. As a former player who won a title, I can tell you there will be no better experience than a Phoenix crowd watching and encouraging all the teams.”

Matt Thurmond/Head Coach, ASU Men’s Golf

“The commitment it takes in vision, resources, and time to host NCAA Championships is massive and I can’t thank Grayhawk and Ray Anderson enough for being willing to host it. This shows the incredible support for our golf programs by our athletics department and this community. Our state takes incredible pride in its golf history and tradition and this will be an amazing addition to the local sports calendar. The NCAA Championships has become one of the premier golf tournaments and I’m beyond thrilled that it will be held here in the desert. I’m confident hosting it here will take the championships to yet another level of success and prestige.”