Collegiate Invitational Hosted by Georgia Tech

Congratulations to our 2017 Collegiate Invitational Champions...Oklahoma State!

The Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational, formerly called the United States Collegiate Championship, is played at The Golf Club of Georgia, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets home club, on the 7,017-yard, par 72 Lakeside Course.

The field is traditionally one of the strongest in college golf. In 2017, 13 of the 15 participating teams were ranked in the Golfstat Top 50. Four of those were ranked among the top 10, with five others in the top 25. Six of the teams in the field had combined to win 10 tournaments in the fall season. Twenty-four of the nation's top 100 players, as ranked by Golfstat, were in the field.

The 2018 field, in alphabetical order: Alabama, Clemson, Duke, East Tennessee State, Florida State, Georgia Tech, New Mexico, Stanford, Texas A&M, TCU, UCLA, USC, Virginia, and Wake Forest.

Click here to view a year-by-year history of the Collegiate invitational Hosted by Georgia Tech.

Admission to The Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational Hosted by Georgia Tech is complimentary and open to the public.

2018 Team Leaderboard

Defending Atlantic Coast Conference champion Georgia Tech, 2018 NCAA Championship runner-up Alabama and NCAA match play participants Duke and Texas A&M are among the 14 teams set to compete in the 13th edition of The Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational hosted by Georgia Tech, Oct. 19-21 at The Golf Club of Georgia in Alpharetta.  Results will be posted after the conclusion of play on October 19th. 

2018 Individual Leaderboard

The roster of competitors throughout the history of the event is littered with current PGA Tour professionals, including Georgia Tech’s Ollie Schniederjans (2013 champion), Roberto Castro, Chesson Hadley, Cameron Tringale and Richy Werenski, Alabama’s Bud Cauley and Michael Thompson, BYU’s Daniel Summerhays, Clemson’s Kyle Stanley, Florida’s Matt Every and Billy Horschel, Florida State’s Jonas Blixt and Brooks Koepka, Georgia’s Brian Harman, Oklahoma State’s Rickie Fowler, Southern California’s Jamie Lovemark, Stanford’s Patrick Rodgers (2012 champion), Texas’ Beau Hossler, UCLA’s Patrick Cantlay and Wake Forest’s Webb Simpson (2007 champion).  The 13th edition of The Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational hosted by Georgia Tech will take place Oct. 19-21 at The Golf Club of Georgia in Alpharetta.  Individual results will be posted after the conclusion of play on October 19th. 

Come out and show your support for collegiate golf while cheering on your favorites!

Tech's Golf Club of Georgia Invitational History

Georgia Tech has won the USCC twice in its 10-year history, in 2010 and 2012. Clemson, Oklahoma State and Texas are the only other multiple winners, with the Tigers having captured the inaugural title in 2006 and again in 2009, and the Longhorns winning on 2014 and sharing the title with Virginia last year. James White, who set tournament records for 18-hole score (62) and 54-hole score (204, broken in 2014), won medalist honors in 2010, while Ollie Schniederjans won it in 2013 for Tech's only individual titles.

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What Coaches Are Saying About the 2017 Collegiate Invitational

"A first class event at a facility that has improved so much in the years we have attended. Great family atmosphere and 36 holes that are very playable and challenging."

– Jerry Haas, Wake Forest Head Men's Golf Coach

"College golf is better because if your generosity. We had a great time!"

-Larry Penley, Clemson Head Men's Golf Coach

"The course was conditioned superbly for a championship test of golf for future PGA Tour stars and your practice area is one of the best we have ever seen."

-Dwaine Knight, UNLV Head Men's Golf Coach

"The event is one of the best we play in all year and your staff at the club could not have could not have made us feel more welcome. The course was also in awesome condition."

-Conrad Ray. Stanford Men's Golf

"I left feeling honored and privileged to be part of such an incredible event. The course is fantastic and a wonderful test of golf. Thanks to your staff and especially your members for hosting such a memorable event."

-J.T. Higgins, Texas A&M Men's Golf Coach

"On behalf of the Virginia golf team, I'd like to thank you for hosting the best event in college golf. The Golf Club of Georgia is one of the most fun, exciting and professional events in all of golf."

-Bowen Sargeant, UVA Head Golf Coach