SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Grayhawk’s Raptor Course is the stage for the next three years of the NCAA Championships for the men and women. It’s the first time one venue will host the event consecutively.
The Tom Fazio-design will provide plenty of challenge and intrigue to the 30 men’s teams and 24 women’s teams competing for national titles.
Grayhawk’s Director of Golf Joe Shershenovich says his course is ready to go. He gives a lot of credit to the Director of Agronomy Randy Pock.
“He’s got this golf course in unbelievable shape,” Shershenovich said, adding that they’ve been working for three years to get ready for this.
And now it’s here.
The format for both championships consists of stroke play followed by a match of the top remaining eight teams. How these teams navigate the formats as well as the golf course will be interesting to watch.
With spectacular drone video footage as the backdrop, Shershenovich walks us through holes Nos. 15, 16, 17 and 18.
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