WVU Reveals Fall Golf Slate

Etienne Papineau

The Mountaineer golf team will compete in three tournaments this fall.

West Virginia will begin the fall campaign in Fort Worth, Texas, where it will take part in the Colonial Collegiate Invitational at Colonial Country Club on Sept. 28-29. The tournament will only feature Big 12 Conference teams, and it will be used to determine seeding for the Big 12 Match Play Championship a few days later.

The third annual Big 12 Match Play Championship will take place Oct. 2-4 at The Clubs at Houston Oaks in Hockley, Texas, outside of Houston. Last year at the event, WVU went 2-2-1, defeating TCU and Iowa State while tying Oklahoma State.

West Virginia will cap 2020 fall play at home in The Health Plan Mountaineer Invitational at Pete Dye Golf Club on Oct. 19-20. The field is still being finalized, but it is expected to have more than 10 teams from various conferences. Last year, the Mountaineers shot even par as a team to win the 15-team event.

WVU head coach Sean Covich

“We are excited to open up our season at a historic PGA Tour venue, Colonial Country Club,” said head coach Sean Covich. “Colonial has hosted a PGA Tour event every year since 1946 and was the site of the Tour’s return to competition earlier this summer.

“I am grateful that our WVU leadership and the Big 12 Conference has provided safe return to tournament play for our team,” added Covich. “We will play against only Big 12 teams, arguably the best conference in college golf, back-to-back weeks at Colonial and Big 12 Match Play. This is a great way to measure our players against some of the best amateur players in the world.”

The 2021 spring golf schedule will be announced at a later date.




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    The Mountaineer golf team will compete in three tournaments this fall. West Virginia will begin the fall campaign in Fort Worth, Texas, where it will
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    #121261

    amazing that the golf program has taken off as fast as it has.  Good luck to them

     

    #121262

    Too bad Sharpstene decided to transfer. Looks like he hit his stride and is becoming a top level player.

    Covich has done a tremendous job with the program.

    #121303

    Golf program is far better at this point than anyone thought it would be

     

    #121309

    So, what is considered their home course now?  Web site lists The Pines, Pete Dey, Nemacolin, Glade Springs and The Greenbrier.  With that list I was surprised that Pikewood National wasn’t also listed.

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    If one had to be picked, it would be Pete Dye.

    It’s no surprise that Pikewood isn’t listed. No relationship between that club and WVU, as we’ve discussed previously.

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