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Second-Seeded Men’s Golf Begins NCAA Title Pursuit in California

Second-Seeded Men’s Golf Begins NCAA Title Pursuit in California

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The second-seeded Florida State Men’s Golf Team begins its NCAA Title pursuit on Monday, May 15, when it participates in the NCAA Morgan Hill Regional at the ultra-private Institute Golf Club in Morgan Hill, Calif.

Freshman Luke Clanton begins FSU’s run with a 10:30 a.m. EST/7:30 a.m. PST tee time. Based on Eastern Standard Time, fellow freshman Jack Bigham tees off at 10:41 a.m., followed by Frederik Kjettrup (10:52 a.m.), Brett Roberts (11:03 a.m.) and Cole Anderson (11:14 a.m.).

The Seminoles make their 17th consecutive NCAA Regional Appearance on Monday. The Institute LLC Golf Club is an ultra-private club that was created by owner John Fry. The golf course opened in 2002 and is the longest course from the championship tees in California at just under 8,000 yards, designed by Damian V. Pascuzz, a member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects.

Florida State looks to make its third consecutive appearance at the NCAA Finals if it can finish in the Top 5 of its 13-team regional. The other schools include No. 1 seed Pepperdine, Mississippi State (No. 3), Arizona (4), Louisville (5), Baylor (6), Missouri (7), BYU (8), NC State (9), California (10), Charlotte (11), Grand Canyon (12) and Northern Colorado (13).

Fans can follow all the action from the NCAA Morgan Hill Regional on as well as through Twitter updates on @FSUGolf.


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