PULLMAN, Wash. (Sept. 9, 2023) – The Washington State men’s golf team begins its 2023-24 schedule when it heads to Pawley’s Island, S.C. to compete in the 2023 Golfweek Fall Challenge, Sept. 10-12.
The Course and Tournament Format
The 2023 Golfweek Fall Challenge will be held at True Blue Golf Club in Pawley’s Island, S.C. The course will play as a par-72 at 7,005 yards.
Teams will play 18 holes each day, with play starting Sunday, September 10, and concluding Tuesday, Sept. 12.
Washington State’s Lineup
1 Pono Yanagi
2 Ben Borgida
3 Preston Bebich
4 Sam Renner
5 Nate Plaster
Washington State will open its season against a strong field that includes Arkansas State, Coastal Carolina, Eastern Kentucky, Jacksonville State, Stephen F. Austin, Western Carolina, Wright State, Presbyterian College, Charleston Southern, Richmond, Loyola-Marymount, New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Fans can follow all of the action at The Golfweek Fall Challenge at GolfStat.com.
Head Coach Dustin White begins his eights season leading his alma mater. The 2023-24 Cougar squad, which returns nine members from last season, looks to build of the 2023 campaign which saw WSU post its best showing at a Pac-12 Championship, finishing in a tie for third. The Cougars also made a return to postseason play competing in the 2023 National Golf Invitational Championship, only the second time in program history that WSU has played in a postseason tournament, and first since the 2002 NCAA West Regional. The Cougars finished in a tie for sixth at the NGI.