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The inaugural Intercollegiate will feature 16 golf teams from across the nation, competing Sept. 8-10, 2024 on the acclaimed Grande Dunes Resort Course. Hosted by the Coastal Carolina University’s men’s golf team, the field is full a year in advance, a testament to the quality of Grande Dunes, a layout that has been ranked among the nation’s top 100 public courses, and Myrtle Beach’s appeal as a destination.

The 54-hole tournament will allow teams to begin their 2024-25 season on a premier layout against a national field, attracting teams from as far away as California. There will be a total of five Sun Belt Conference teams competing in an event that is expected to grow in the coming years.

Participating in the first annual event will be Campbell University, East Carolina University, Loyola Marymount University, Elon College, Appalachian State University, Virginia Commonwealth University, James Madison University, Old Dominion University, Florida Atlantic University, Western Carolina University, University of Maryland, University of Texas El Paso, Jacksonville University, Santa Clara University, Texas State University and Coastal Carolina.

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The heartbeat of every successful tournament is its dedicated team of volunteers, providing the hospitality and effort essential for smooth event operations. The Intercollegiate is no exception. If you’re interested in contributing to the success of the event while enjoying great golf, we invite you to click the link below to volunteer or call:

About Grande Dunes

Grande Dunes Resort Course, a Roger Rulewich design that has been ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses, is an ideal host for the Intercollegiate. Following a 2022 greens and bunkers restoration project, Grande Dunes, which can play up to 7,600 yards, offers the creativity and challenge necessary to test golf’s next generation of stars.

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