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National Championship Time for Sun Devil Men’s Golf

National Championship Time for Sun Devil Men's Golf

No. 4/5 Sun Devil Men’s Golf has made it back its home national championship and will look to make it one better than the 2022 National Runner-Up team. ASU enters with two wins in its last three events, sandwiched around a second place finish at the Pac-12 Championship. 

ASU will tee it off with Pac-12 foe Standard along with Texas Tech, beginning at 11:52 a.m. MST on the first hole Friday. The athletes go off at 11:52, 12:03, 12:14, 12:25 and 12:36. The same pairs will go ahead Saturday beginning at 6:32 a.m. on the 10th tee. Pairs beyond that point have not been announced.


  1. In it’s three years of hosting the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Championships, Grayhawk Golf Club has housed nearly 500 different student-athletes.

  2. Arizona State is the only school in the country to have made at least 20 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Championships since 2000 (Women’s 21, Men’s 20).

  3. Preston Summerhays has finished in the top five in five of his last seven tournaments.

  4. ASU’s 59-under 805 at the Las Vegas Regional was the lowest regional score in NCAA history and the lowest 54-hole score by an ASU team, ever.

  5. Josele Ballester has three top-seven finishes in the last four tournaments individually. He has four total top-seven results on the entire season.

  6. Getting to Grayhawk is not a given, as nine teams in the top 30 (Golfstat) did not make it out of the regional. This is up from eight last year.

  7. Per the Golfweek rankings, ASU has the most wins of any team in the nation against both Top 25 (56-19-2) and Top 50 (84-20-2) foes.

  8. Two Sun Devils return from last season’s lineup, Preston Summerhays and Josele Ballester.

  9. Ryggs Johnston has a career-best third place individual finish at the 2021 NCAA Championships.

  10. Sun Devil Men’s Golf led the field on par-3 holes at the Las Vegas Regional, shooting even for the event. Second-best was ETSU at four-ver.


  • Grayhawk Golf Club has hosted the last the three NCAA National Championships and is located in Scottsdale, less than 25 miles from ASU’s home.
  • The course measures 7,289 yards and is a par 70.


  • Squads will play four rounds – 18 holes per day from Friday – Monday – before the top eight teams advance to match play.
  • Should the Sun Devils advance, the schedule…


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