- Arkansas Wins Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship
- Arkansas-Duke Advance to Finals of Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship
- Arkansas-Chattanooga; California-Duke Advance to Semifinals of Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship
- First Round Complete at Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship
- Bracket Announced for Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship
The Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) is a professional association representing collegiate men’s golf coaches and their student-athletes throughout the country. Established in 1958, this non-profit organization of more than 700 members is dedicated to educating, promoting and recognizing both its members and the student-athletes who participate in collegiate golf at all levels. Through its established events and programs, the GCAA maintains a goal of increasing awareness and the status of men’s college golf.
In 2002 the GCAA held its first national collegiate Match Play Championship with the approval of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at Barefoot Resort in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The team match play format was created with the support of coaches across the country in order to provide an opportunity for collegiate players to experience a true team competition. Augusta State defeated #1 nationally ranked Clemson to win the first Match Play Championship. Team champions since 2002 have included Oklahoma State, Georgia, Florida, UCLA, Middle Tennessee State and New Mexico.