Southeast Region


Regional Leaders

Rank Team Name Points
1 Clemson University (A) 15
2 University of South Carolina (A) 12
T3 University of South Carolina (B) 1
T3 Furman University 1
Spring 2022 Tournaments
Regional
Tournament
1
LinRick Golf Course
356 Camp Ground Rd
Columbia, SC - 29203-9665
Mar 19, 2022 12:06 pm
Mar 20, 2022 10:00 am
Leaderboard
Regional
Tournament
2
Edgewater Golf Club
2380 Catawba Ridge Blvd
Lancaster, SC - 29720-8234
Mar 26, 2022 12:30 pm
Mar 27, 2022 12:30 pm
Leaderboard
Regional
Tournament
3
Charwood Country Club
222 Clubhouse Dr
West Columbia, SC - 29172-2583
Apr 2, 2022 12:00 pm
Apr 3, 2022 10:00 am
Leaderboard
Colin Monahan
College of Charleston Club Golf President
"Club golf has allowed me to make many friendships that will last well beyond my four years of college. It has also allowed me to see play great courses I otherwise would not have the opportunity to."
Student Ambassador
Ryan Campbell
Student Ambassador from University of South Carolina-Columbia
southeast@nccga.org
History
The Southeast Region has always been home to some of the top golf in the entire country. In Spring 2017, The University of Georgia took home the title of NCCGA National Champions. This was their second National Championship in a row. In Fall 2017, Clemson University won the first National Invitational event. The region looks to continue its success this Spring, and welcomes new students and teams. With South Carolina and Clemson making multiple Nationals appearances, these two teams will look to continue their battle in fall 2018. Clemson goes into 2018 Fall as the defending Fall NIT Champions! Clemson turned in a big spring season and are National Champs! They overcame a 5 shot deficit after day 1 to top Notre Dame by 4 shots for the title. Peyton Steigerwald turned in a second round 71 which helped propel the Tigers to the top. Clemson will look to defend their crown this fall! Clemson entered the fall season with a target on their back and took yet another regional and National title as they defended the crown in Oklahoma. This continues to be a two horse race with USC close on the Tigers heels.