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ACC Men’s Golf Set for 2024 NCAA Regionals Play

ACC Men's Golf Set for 2024 NCAA Regionals Play

All teams will compete in a three-day, 54-hole event, to determine the 30 teams and six individuals (not on those qualifying teams) for the 2024 NCAA Championship field, which will be held May 24-29 at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa Golf Course in Carlsbad, California. The low five teams and the low individual not on those teams will advance to the finals.

ACC Champion North Carolina will host as the No. 1 seed at the Chapel Hill Regional held at the Finley Golf Club. Other ACC teams joining the Tar Heels in Chapel Hill are third-seeded Georgia Tech and 10th-seeded Clemson, while NC State’s Nick Mathews and Spencer Oxendine will compete as individuals.

Florida State also garnered a No. 1 seed and will be the lone ACC team in the Stanford Regional in Stanford, California. The Seminoles will be joined by future ACC members, fifth-seeded Stanford and seventh-seeded SMU.

Three ACC teams will compete in the Baton Rouge Regional held at the University Club in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Virginia will be the No. 2 seed, while Duke earned the No. 5 seed and Louisville will be the No. 8 seed.

Fifth-seeded Wake Forest and sixth-seeded Notre Dame will hit the road to Austin, Texas for the Austin Regional at the University of Texas Golf Club. Also heading to the Lone Star State will be Virginia Tech’s Kobe Valociek, who will be participating as an individual.

Five ACC teams qualified for the NCAA Championship in 2023 and the ACC narrowly missed a sixth after Clemson fell in a playoff for the final spot from the Salem Regional. Since 2021, the ACC has sent a total of 38 teams to regionals and 16 teams to the NCAA Championship.

ACC Notes

• For the first time since 2006, North Carolina captured the ACC Men’s Golf Championship from the Charlotte Country Club, as the Tar Heels edged Florida State, 3-1, to take home the conference title.

• After five playoff holes, Florida State’s Frederik Kjettrup and Wake Forest’s Michael Brennan were…


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