Top College Golf Programs in the USA

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Men 1. Oklahoma State Over the last 35 years, Oklahoma's Cowboys have had nine wins and nine seconds at the NCAA Championship; eight NCAA medalists; and they've trained dozens of tour pros.   2. Georgia Georgia has won two of the last nine NCAA titles (2005, 1999) and four of the last eight SEC championships (2006 was the most recent).   3. Stanford Fancy following in the footsteps of Tiger Woods and Tom Watson? Stanford returned to the NCAA winner's circle last June with a 12-shot victory. The defending national champions are currently ranked 9th in the nation!   Women 1. Methodist University Nobody in golf wins more than the Methodist women's golf team. The Lady Monarchs have fielded a Division III team for 22 years, and they've won 20 national championships, including the last 10. Last May, they won the NCAAs by 88 strokes!   2. Duke University Since the first women's NCAA Championship, in 1982, Duke has finished no lower than 16th, winning five titles in total. Recently, the team has been near flawless: they've won the last three NCAA crowns, and four of the last six. In addition to this, the team has won the last 12 ACC conference championships.   3. Arizona State Essentially, women's college golf started at ASU. Joanne Carner, a Hall of Famer and winner of 43 LPGA titles, played at ASU from 1957-61, the first woman to be awarded a golf scholarship. Since then, ASU has produced six NCAA team titles, four individual NCAA medalists and more than two dozen LPGA players. Source - Golf.com  

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