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For the third and final year in the Valley of the Sun, the 2023 NCAA Women’s and Men’s Division I Golf Championships began with Thursday’s practice round. The women’s competition will be contested May 19-24 followed by the men’s May 26-31. The field for each championship will be made up of 30 teams and six individuals.

Each six-day championship starts with three days of stroke play, Friday through Sunday (54 holes). The top-15 teams and nine individuals (not already on an advancing team) move on to a final 18 holes of stroke play (Monday) to determine the 72-hole individual champion as well as the top-eight teams advancing to match play. The team championship is determined through match-play, with quarterfinals and semifinals on Tuesday, followed by the finals on Wednesday.

Spectators Welcome
The championship is open to everyone, no ticket required. In addition to walking the golf course with seating and shade structures on select holes, fans may also relax and enjoy primetime viewing by the clubhouse overlooking the 18th green, with food, beverage and hospitality available for purchase each day.

Live on NBC Golf
NBC Golf will provide coverage of both championships. The women’s tournament airs Monday, May 22; Tuesday, May 23; and Wednesday, May 24. The men’s tournament airs Monday, May 29; Tuesday, May 30; and Wednesday, May 31.