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NCAA Men's Golf Selection Show to take place May 2
April 30, 2018


COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships selections announcement will take place next Wednesday, May 2 at 5:30 p.m. ET, on Golf Channel, during Golf Central, and streamed live on the Golf Channel website.  Eighty-one teams and 45 individuals will be selected to compete in the six NCAA Men’s Regional Championship sites, May 14-16 (13 teams and 10 individuals at three regionals and 14 teams and five individuals at three regionals). Thirty teams and six individuals will advance from regional sites to the national championships to be played May 25-30 at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

The six regional sites include:

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Lonnie Poole Golf Course -- hosted by N.C. State
BRYAN, TEXAS -- Traditions Club -- hosted by Texas A&M 
COLUMBUS, OHIO -- Scarlet Course/OSU Golf Course -- hosted by Ohio State
KISSIMMEE, FLA. -- Reunion Resort -- hosted by UCF
NORMAN, OKLA. -- Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club -- hosted by Oklahoma
STOCKTON, CALIF. -- The Reserve at Spanos Park -- hosted by Pacific 

This year’s Men’s Golf Championships will be broadcast for the fifth consecutive year by Golf Channel with more than 100 news and tournament hours planned again for the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships. Click here for full details of the coverage.

South Carolina will be making its 26th all-time appearance at NCAA Regionals since 1988 with 20 all-time appearances in the NCAA Championships. The Gamecocks have made regionals in 11 of the 12 seasons under head coach Bill McDonald, including six NCAA Championship apperances and a program-best four-straight from 2013-16. 

Serving as the interim head coach, McDonald led Carolina to the 2007 NCAA West Regional Title, the program's first and only regional championship. Three-time All-American Kyle Thompson, who is currently playing on the PGA TOUR, earned individual medalist honors at NCAA Regionals two times (1999, 2001). Fellow three-time All-American Matt NeSmith came close to joining Thompson as the program's only individual regional champions in 2016, earning runner-up medalist honors at the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional. 

McDonald helped lead South Carolina to its highest finish ever at the NCAA Championship in 2016, as the team advanced to match play for the first time in program history and finished T-5th. 



 

 

 

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