Augusta Sets Fall 2020 Men's Golf Schedule

Augusta Sets Fall 2020 Men's Golf Schedule

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The 2020 Fall Schedule for Augsta University men's golf has been released by eighth-year head coach Jack O'Keefe. The new schedule features two tournaments to be played in the fall semester. After the 2020 spring season wass cut short due to Covid-19, these tournaments mark the first time the men's golf team will have competed since February. 



"We are excited to have a couple of tournaments to play in this fall. With so many conferences and golf teams not playing this fall, we look forward to playing and gaining some experience for our young team. A lot of our guys have not played many tournament rounds this summer due to the pandemic and are eager to play. Our first tournament in Birmingham, Alabama will be played at Greystone Country Club (Founders Course), site of the Champions Tour Regions Tradition, a major championship for the Champions Tour. Three weeks later we will head to West Virginia for the HealthPlan Mountaineer Invitational hosted by West Virginia of the Big 12 Conference. The Pete Dye Golf Club has hosted tournaments from 2004-2009 and is a wonderful layout in the mountains of West Virginia."


>>> Fall 2020 Augusta Men's Golf Schedule


The Jaguars will debut for the year in Birmingham, Alabama September 29th-30th at the UAB GMAC Invitational. It will be hosted by Alabama-Birmingham and held at Greystone Country Club.  

Three weeks later, Augusta will travel to Bridgeport, West Virginia to compete in the HealthPlan Mountaineer Invitational on October 19th-20th. The tournament will be hosted by West Virginia. The HealthPlan Mountaineer Invitational was established in 2014 and hosts 14 teams each year.


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