UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania – The Penn State Men’s Golf Team, under the 31st Year Head Coach Greg Nyeis set to take part in four tournaments during the fall part of the 2022-23 season, starting in early September.
Penn State’s fall season opens Friday through Saturday, Sept. 9-10 at a familiar venue at the Duke’s Rod Myers Invitational. The Nittany Lions will play in the tournament named after the longtime Duke men’s golf coach who lost his battle with leukemia in 2007 for the fifth time in six years. Penn State won the event in fall 2018.
The Nittany Lions next travel to Old Town Club Collegiate Monday through Tuesday, September 26-27 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The tournament, hosted by Wake Forest, is held on the Old Town Club’s par-70 course. on 1,000 acres of rolling land, which was designed in 1938 by famed architect Perry Maxwell. The Nittany Lions posted the second-lowest 54-hole tournament score (under 12.828 overall) in program history on day two of Old Town Club Collegiate 2021.
Penn State then heads to Georgetown Intercollegiate Monday through Tuesday, October 10 and 11. The Georgetown Intercollegiate will be played at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, NJ, a parkland links-style layout designed by Tom Kite and Bob Cupp that offers great views of the Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty.
The Nittany Lions wrap up the fall portion of their Sunday-Monday program Oct. 16-17 with a trip to Quail Valley Collegiate in Vero Beach, Florida. The event, co-hosted by Michigan State and Notre Dame, takes place at Quail Valley Golf Club, a course that has hosted numerous USGA and FSGA championships.
The fall 2022 schedule is available HERE.