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Men’s Golf Tees Off in NCAA Bath Regional on Monday Morning

Men’s Golf Tees Off in NCAA Bath Regional on Monday Morning

East Lansing, Mich. – Michigan State men’s golf team will begin play in the NCAA Bath Regional on Monday morning at the Eagle Eye Golf Club in Bath, Mich.

The Spartans are making their sixth NCAA Regional appearance in the last eight years. The Spartans are seeded No. 10 in the regional and were one of 13 teams selected to compete at Eagle Eye Golf Club, just down the road from the Michigan State campus.

The Bath Regional is one of six regionals being held nationally, with 81 teams competing. The top five teams from each regional will then advance to the national championships, to be played from May 27 to June 1 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.

“We’re super excited and ready to go,” Head Coach Casey Lubahn said. “This is incredibly exciting for us and we’re thrilled to host an NCAA Regional. The staff at Eagle Eye Golf Club and the Greater Lansing Sports Authority have put a lot of work into this event and it’s really great for our guys to have the opportunity to play in front of their families and friends. We’re looking forward to it, but we also know we have work to do and want to put ourselves in a position to be in Arizona next week.”


Dates: Monday, May 15 – Wednesday, May 17

Course: Eagle Eye Golf Club, Bath, Mich.

Par/Yardage: 71 / 7,126

Format: Stroke play, 54 holes / Play five, count four

Live Stats: Golfstat


Monday – 18 holes with tee times beginning at 9 a.m.

Tuesday – 18 holes with tee times beginning at 9 a.m.

Wednesday – 18 holes with tee times beginning at 9 a.m.



In order of seed at the regional, the Bath Regional includes: 1. Illinois; 2. Florida; 3. Texas; 4. Oregon; 5. Kansas State; 6. Georgia; 7. Liberty; 8. San Diego; 9. Little Rock; 10. Michigan State; 11. Wisconsin; 12. Illinois State; 13. Purdue Fort Wayne.



No. 1 – Drew Hackett

No. 2 – August Meekhof

No. 3 – Ashton McCulloch

No. 4 – Brad Smithson

No. 5 – Troy Taylor

No. 6 – Satchel Pierce



Eagle Eye Golf Club, a par-71, 7,156-yard course that was designed by Chris Lutzke in collaboration with Pete Dye, was designed as a rolling “links” style championship course featuring magnificent shot values on…


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