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Unlike Texas Basketball, Football, Track And Baseball There Are Very Few Books Or Research Material That Discuss Longhorn golf.  I Hope With Time This Site Can Add Some Historical Insight And Tell The Full And Compelling Story Of The Texas golf Tradition. 

  • 1971, 1972, and 2012  National Champions with 4 runner-up finishes  (1983, 1989, 1994, and 2016)
  • Longhorn success in golf started with Legendary golf instructor Tom Penick followed by his younger brother Harvey Penick.  

1902

1907

 

 

1913

 

The Athletic Council is formed. Its goal - conduct sports in an "honorable and beneficial manner", promote suitable exercise for UT students, and raise and disburse funds to maintain the athletic programs. 

1923

Texas supports 7 sports in 1923- football, baseball, basketball, track , cross-country, tennis, and wrestling.  There are no varsity sports for women, and no coed golf for either sex. 

1926

Men's golf is adopted by the SWC as an official sport . 

 

Coach Tom Penick 1927- 1930

Tom was Harvey Penick's older brother.  If not for Tom's insistence that Harvey work as a Caddie, we may never have learned about golf thru Harvey's eyes.

1927

Golf is recognized as a varsity sport at UT. Harvey gives credit to his brother for planting the seeds for future UT National Championship teams.  Team had no uniforms or team home.   

Conference Champion 

1928- pending content

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Gibson Payne-Captain

 

 

 

 Individual championship was won by the captain - Gib Payne

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1928 Golf was made a conference sport.  L-R. Gabson Payne, Morris Gydeson, Tom Haynie, Pat Patrice, Shorty Long .  Texas beats the Aggies for the first SWC championship.

 

 

 

1929 Pending Content

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Mac Burnett was a good football player and the golf captain of the 1930 Golf team 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1930 Pending Content

Mac Burnett wins the trophy for longest drives at the Oakmont tournament.  

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Tom Penick resigns to focus on his job as head professional golf instructor at Lions.  Tom capacity was unofficial golf coach.  He was an excellent teacher of fundamentals and link play.

Coach Harvey Penick  1931-1963

Harvey Penick Earned A National Reputation As The Pro's Pro, The most popular Instructor for Top Players On The Men's And Women's Tours. Among His Students Were Ben Crenshaw, Tom Kite, Don Massengale, Kathy Whitworth, Mickey Wright, And Sandra Palmer. 

Harvey is 26 years old when he accepts the head coaching job for the men's UT golf team.

  • HOH 1969

  • Coached UT to 20 SWC golf titles

  • 8 times Harvey's team finished in the NCAA top 10 including runner-up for the National Championship in 1949

  • 19 individual conference medalists and one National Medalist  

  • Named "National Coach of the Year" by PGA in 1989.

  • 1985 Penick was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame.

In the book Harvey Penick-The Life and Wisdom of the Man Who Wrote the Book on Golf by Kevin Robbins, Kevin makes a profound statement that captures the life work of Harvey Penick.  Kevin says Harvey was a "caddie who became a player, who became a club professional, who became an instructor", and ...... is "ensconced, firmly and forever, as the guardian of golf's simplest truths". 

Kevin's book is a great read that not only captures the essence of Harvey Penick, but captures in mesmerizing detail some of the most important tournaments and  historical moments in the history of  Golf.   

 

 

1931- 1932 Harvey Penick

 

This team was made of inter-collegiate competitive novices.

Scholarships were forbidden because the NCAA ruled that a scholarship  was compensation and therefore the golfer was considered a "professional". 

Harvey's first team consisted of Dick Gregg, Lane McAff, Fred Gross, and Jack Tinnin

 

 

 

Conference Champions with  Ferrell Daugherty and John Payne.

1933-Harvey Penick

SWC Champs - Tinnin is captain 

The Longhorns finish 4th at the NCAA Championship. It is the first time the Longhorns place at an NCAA event. 

1934-Harvey Penick

 

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SWC Champs

5th at the NCAA Championship

Golf was finally recognized at UT as a "major" sport.

Ed White, Nelson Munger, Raymond Ramsey, Bill Welch and Bob Battle are members of the best golf teams in UT history. 

Ed White is SWC Medalist 1933, 1934, and 1935.  He is the first NCAA medalist for the longhorns. Harvey Penick said that Ed White "hit the ball as well as anybody ever did." 

Ed White was and is one of the best golfers ever to play at U.T.

1935-Harvey Penick Pending Content

 

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This team was the most successful in history to this point.  They won all matches and the SWC.

Texas finished 5th behind Michigan, Yale, Georgia Tech, and Notre Dame 

White and Welch qualify for the NCAA championship. 

In the 30's college players had more prestige than the professional athletes because no professionals got wealthy playing golf.   

 

 

Top of the Charts

 

SWC Champs

 

 

1936-Harvey Penick Pending Content

SWC Champs

 

Bill Welch is SWC Medalist 1936 and 1937

1937-Harvey Penick Pending Content

SWC Champs- 6th SWC in a row

1938-Harvey Penick Pending Content

Walter Benson joins the team (audio below)

SWC Champs

1939-Harvey Penick Pending Content

This team was the most successful in history, 

14th at the NCAA Championship

1940-Harvey Penick Pending Content

SWC Champs

17th at the NCAA Championship

Buck Luce is SWC Medalist 1940

1941-Harvey Penick Pending Content

SWC Champs

6th at the NCAA Championship

Leonard Spitzer  is SWC Medalist in 1941

1942-Harvey Penick Pending Content

SWC Champions-  John Russell is SWC Medalist in 1942

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front row- Penick, Brady, T. Roden  back row- B Roden, Russell, Fortner, Wild 

 

 

 

 

 

John Russell is SWC Medalist in 1942

 

 

 

 

 

1943-Harvey Penick Pending Content

SWC Champs

 

Bill Roden  is SWC Medalist in 1943. He never lost a SWC match. Inducted into the Hall of Honor in 1987.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1944 Pending Content

SWC Champs

Frank Hooverl is SWC Medalist in 1944 (no picture)

 

1945-Harvey Penick Pending Content

 

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front- Wehner, Johnson, Humphrey Back Row- Watkins Browning, Tice, Penick

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SWC Champs  

Joe Ruby is SWC Medalist in 1945 (no picture)

Sterling Browning received the Massingale trophy.  Team had  to withdraw from the NCAA tournament because Nat Johnson was called into service the day before the tournament. 

 

 

 

 

1946-Harvey Penick Pending Content

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hugh Dahlberg  Is SWC Medalist In 1946 (no picture) ;

14th SWC championship 

Bob Watson wins the Masingill trophy 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1947 Pending Content

Team wins 8th consecutive SWC championship.  Ed Hopkins wins the Individual championship.

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Ed Hopkins - SWC Medalist 

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SWC Champs

30th at the NCAA Championship

Harvey Penick said that Ed White, Morris Williams, Tom Kite, and Ben Crenshaw (in that order) were his best students. 

 

1948-Harvey Penick Pending Content

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Hopkins, Watson, Penick, Dahlberg, Williams, Neimeyer

 

Runner up in the SWC.   Dahlberg wins  the Massingill Trophy

12th at the NCAA Championship

Bob Watson Is SWC Medalist In 1948 and 1949

1949-Harvey Penick Pending Content

 

Top of the Charts 1949

 

2nd at the NCAA Championship- Bob Watson, Reece Alexander, Marion Pfluger, William Smith and Morris Williams. 

 

 

 

1950-Harvey Penick

Harvey thought that Morris Williams was one of the purest and most endowed golfers he had ever seen or coached. 

Horns Up

Morris Williams is the only player in the state of Texas to win the Texas Junior, Open, and the PGA in the same span of time. On September 16, 1953 Morris Williams was killed on a training flight in a Lockheed F-80. The golf world was devastated by the news. Harvey Penick said talking to Morris Sr. after his sons death.' was the toughest day of his life.  Morris William Golf Course was built in his memory in 1964. Morris was enshrined in the Texas Golf Hall of Fame in 2010.

SWC Champs

11th at the NCAA Championship

1951-Harvey Penick Pending Content

13th at the NCAA Championship

SWC Champs

Roane Puett was Born into a family of Longhorn athletes. His father was the star quarterback on the 1911-12 University of Texas football team.  His older brother. played football for the University of Texas in the late 1930’s.  In fact, Roane’s great-grandfather, Thomas Moore Harwood, was a member of the commission that created the University of Texas and served on the very first University Board of Regents.  

Roane Puett first row orange shirt 2006

1952-Harvey Penick Pending Content

SWC Champs

4th at the NCAA Championship

Team wins 29 matches 

Wes Ellis  Is SWC Medalist In 1952

Harvey says this team is one of his best teams. 

 

1953-Harvey Penick Pending Content

6th at the NCAA Championship

 

Julian Oats attended Texas to play tennis and won two individual conference championships.  His last year at Texas he switched to Golf and was the medalist at the SWC championship tournament.

 

 

More to follow on Bobby Moncrief and Bernard Riviered 

 

 

 

 

1954-Harvey Penick

TOP OF THE CHARTS

SWC Champs

8th at the NCAA Championship

Joe Golden Is SWC Medalist In 1954

Davis Love is inducted into the HOH in 2016

 

  • Team wins the SWC Championship with Joe Golden, Raymond Leggett, Davis Love, F. Lee Pinkston, and Teddy White.

1955-Harvey Penick Pending Content

1955 begins a slow decline in Texas men's golf. The team finished next to last in the SWC.

23rd at the NCAA Championship

1955-Harvey Penick Pending Content

1957-Harvey Penick Pending Content

1958-Harvey Penick Pending Content

Terry Dill received the first full scholarship to Texas

18th at the NCAA Championship

1958-Harvey Penick Pending Content

A 5th place finish in the SWC is the best record in the last 5 years

1960-Harvey Penick Pending Content

 

 

 

Top of the Charts 1960

 

34th at the NCAA Championship

 

 

 

 

Terry Dill  Is SWC Medalist In 1960

 

 

 

1961-Harvey Penick Pending Content

ABC asked Harvey Penick to share his knowledge of golf with their T.V. audience. He declines the offer.   This was the 9th year in a row the Longhorns lost the SWC championship. 

Harvey's commands a price of $3 for a golf lesson at the Austin Country Club. 

20th at the NCAA Championship

1962-Harvey Penick Pending Content

Harvey decides he wants to simplify his life. His passion is teaching at the Austin Country Club so after 32 years as the UT Golf coach he resigns.    

1963-Harvey Penick Pending Content

6th at the NCAA Championship

A Reflection on Harvey Penick's teaching style.

According to the book Harvey Penick- The Life and Wisdom of the Man Who Wrote the Book on Golf by Kevin Robbins, Harvey was non-confrontational, kind, disarming, and non-aggressive. Harvey's skills at instruction were learned from all the great players he met. He was a listener more than a talker, and his listening skills made him one of the greatest college coaches of all time.  Harvey said "Most of my knowledge came from other pros.  He also listened and learned from his UT players. He stated high school "Boys had pros" that taught them before he was their coach at Texas. 

From the book "Harvey Penick" by Kevin Robbins- "Harvey's life was blessed- he was in the right place, at the right time, and in the right frame of mind for the rise of women's golf." Fred Davis says about Harvey "He is simple but not simplistic, reserved without being passive, disciplined but not rigid, and confident without being presumptuous."

Harvey Penick's coaching style  was based on a life time of experience. He never tried to answer the question why "taking dead aim" works.  He just taught the premise without discussing the nature of things. He had a knack for not over coaching his pupils. 

Tom Kite said that Coach Penick was a great coach because "he understood the way the body worked," and he "totally understood what made the golf swing work".  

 

Coach George Hannon  1964- 1981

  • 1989 HOH Induction
  •  Coached UT to 1971 and 1972 NCAA titles 12 SWC crowns
  •  Coached 22 All-Americans and eight individual SWC champions
  • National Coach of the Year in 1971 and 1972
  • SWC Coach of the Year in 1964, 1971 and 1972

George Hannon's primary source of income  was derived from running Austin's golf operations Including the new Morris Williams Golf Course - the new home for the Texas Longhorn golf team.  The coaching job at Texas represented  supplemental income.  He was paid $500 a year for his service. 

1964 George Hannon Pending Content

SWC Champs

27th at the NCAA Championship

Pat Thompson  Is SWC Medalist In 1964

1965 George Hannon Pending Content

SWC Champs

17th at the NCAA Championship

Randy Geiselman Is SWC Medalist In 1965

1966 George Hannon Pending Content

A fall season was added to golf which made golf a  year round sport. 

27th at the NCAA Championship

Mason Adkins Is SWC Medalist In 1966

1967 George Hannon Pending Content

 

 

Topping the Charts 

 

 

13th at the NCAA Championship

 

1968 George Hannon Pending Content

SWC Champs

4th at the NCAA Championship

Rik Massengale(no picture) - 1968 wins the Western Amateur Champion

 

1969 George Hannon Pending Content

8th at the NCAA Championship

 

 

Rick Massengale Is SWC Medalist In 1969

 

 

 

 

1970 George Hannon Pending Content

 

AD Darrell Royal after consulting with Coach Hannon decides the SWC needs to convert from match play to stroke play in order to me more competitive with the University of Houstons 7 National Cchampionsip trophys.  Royal decides not to play any SWC team that  does not switch to stroke play. The other teams in the SWC refused and Texas played no round robin games with SWC teams in 1970. 

SWC Champs

6th at the NCAA Championship

Dean Overturf Is SWC Medalist In 1970

 

 

 

1971 National Champion 

 

Ben Crenshaw and Tom Kite lead the University of Texas to consecutive NCAA titles (1971-1972)

The team is 15 down on the last day of the NCAA tournament. Florida, Wake Forest, and Houston were in the lead.  Kite and Crenshaw are on fire and Texas wins by 7 shots. The teams 275 sets a NCAA Championhip record. 

 

Crenshaw is the  individual National champion in 1971 and '73 and he shares the crown with Kite in 1972.

Crenshaw is inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 1995.

He wins 18 Collegiate Tournaments

He is First team All American and recognized as the Nations Most Outstanding Collegiate Golfer in 1971, '72, and '73

Has an breath taking 70.61 stroke average during his college career.

Is SWC Conference Medalist  in 1972, 1973

 

Ben Crenshaw is the first Longhorn Medalist at the NCAA Championship event since 1935.

Ben Crenshaw holds the Longhorn record for medalist at  tournaments (16). Justin Leonard is second (8).

Harvey Penick says that Ben was a natural that disliked practice.

 

 

 

1972- NATIONAL CHAMPION 

SWC Champs

Team won 4 consecutive tournaments 

Tom Kite is an All American in 1972

1984 Hall of Honor inductee

Winner of 9 Collegiate tournaments

Member of two National Champions

Walker Cup Selection 1971

 

Tom Kite and Ben Crenshaw are co-medalist at the NCAA championship in 1972.

 

 

 

Harvey had a special place in his heart for Tom Kite. In the book "Harvey Penick" by Kevin Robbins the author states that "Kite is a driven man with a colossal work ethic" but he had "a fraction of the athletic ability of someone like Crenshaw". "Golf never came easily to Kite, but he worked so hard at the game that he seemed to bend its will in his favor. Crenshaw won with ambivalent grace. Kite won with rabid commitment". Harvey Penick said that Tom had a " fire smoldering inside of him to succeed". Tom succeeded because of the countless hours he practiced  his shots. Tom knew there was a difference between practice and hitting balls. He said  "Practice requires concentration, while hitting balls does not."

1973 George Hannon Pending Content

SWC Champs

3rd at the NCAA Championship

Ben Crenshaw wins a record 3rd medalist honor  at the NCAA Championship.

Bob Harwell is a medalist at the Bevo Classic.

Jim Mason is a three time regional medalist in 1973 , 1974, and 1975.  

1974 George Hannon Pending Content

SWC Champs

15th at the NCAA Championship

Tim Wilson is the medalist at the Bevo Classic.

Tony Pfaff is the medalist at the Morris Williams. 

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Ben Crenshaw

 

1975 George Hannon Pending Content

SWC Champs

17th at the NCAA Championship

Lance Ten Broeck Is SWC Medalist In 1975 and he wins the Harvey Penick tournament. In 1976 he is medalist at the SWTSU Bobcat Invitational.

Randy Simmons is medalist at the All-College Classic.

Dale Blackburn is medalist at the Bevo Classic.

 

1976 George Hannon Pending Content

6th at the NCAA Championship

Jerry Anderson, Jamin Swanter, Tom Wilson, Jerry Anderson, and Randy Simmons all are medalist in regional play. 

1977

Phil Blackmar wins the Border Olympics.

1978 George Hannon Pending Content

 

Top of the Charts 1978

Kirk Branum is Medalist at the Border Olympics.

 

 

 

 

 

1979 1978 George Hannon Pending Content

 

1980 1978 George Hannon Pending Content

12th at the NCAA Championship

Andy Rose, Cutts Benedict and Jim Spagnolo all are regional medalist.

1981  George Hannon Pending Content

SWC Champs

16th at the NCAA Championship

 

Kyle Coody  and Paul Thomas are medalist at two tournaments

  • Jim Clayton is UT's first full time Golf Coach
  • 6 time SWC Coach of the Year
  • A member of the Golf Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame
  • 6 top 5 finish at NCAA's
  • Coached Bob Estes-1988, Justin Leonard-1994, Brad Elder- 1997 and Jeff Fahrenbruch-1997

1982- Jim Clayton pending info

7th at the NCAA Championship    

Team won 4 consecutive tournaments ( a record)

Mark Brooks wins two two regional tournaments in 1982 and two in 1983. Mark Brooks is an All American in 1983.

Brandel Chamblee is SWC champion, medalist at the Pan American Intercollegiate, and the Alarcon Intercollegiate. He wins the Morris Williams in 1984.

1983- Jim Clayton pending info

Top of the Charts 1983

2nd at the NCAA Championship

SWC Champs

 

1984- Jim Clayton

16th at the NCAA Championship

Paul Thomas is a regional medalist.

 

1985 Pending Content- Jim Clayton

5th at the NCAA Championship

1986 Pending Content- Jim Clayton

17th at the NCAA Championship

Team wins 3 tournaments

1987 Pending Content- Jim Clayton

20th at the NCAA Championship

Team wins 3 tournaments

Todd Franks is a regional medalist. 

1988 Pending Content- Jim Clayton

11th at the NCAA Championship

Team wins 3 tournaments

 

Bob Estes 1988 Collegiate Player of the Year

First team All American 1987 and 1988

 

 

Bob Estes is medalist in 6 regional tournaments from 1985-1988.

1989 Pending Content- Jim Clayton

SWC Champs

Jim Clayton is Conference Coach of the Year

2nd at the NCAA Championship

Team wins 4 tournaments

Taylor Tipton is a medalist at a regional tournament

Omar Uresti is a medalist in one tournament in 1989 and one in 1990.

1990 Pending Content- Jim Clayton

SWC Champs

22nd at the NCAA Championship

Team wins 2 tournaments

 

1991 Pending Content- Jim Clayton

SWC Champs

Jim Clayton is Conference Coach of the Year

19th at the NCAA Championship

Team wins 3 tournaments

                      

1992 Pending Content- Jim Clayton

SWC Champs

6th at the NCAA Championship

Team won 5 tournaments (a record)

1993 Pending Content- Jim Clayton

SWC Champs

Jim Clayton is Conference Coach of the Year

5th at the NCAA Championship

Team wins 2 tournaments

1994 Pending Content- Jim Clayton

SWC Champs

2nd in the NCAA Championship

 

 

 

Justin Leonard Is Medalist 8 Different Times During His Longhorn Career.  Second Only To Ben Crenshaw. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Three time All America - 1992, 1993, 1994

Collegiate Player of the Year in 1994

HOH - 2004

Medalist at NCAA 1994 and SWC conference medalist in 1991, 1992, 1993, and 1994

 

 

 

 

U.S. Amateur Champion 1992

Walker Cup Selection 1993

Fred Haskin Award 1994

Jack Nicklaus Award 1994

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1995- Jim Clayton pending info

SWC Champs

Jim Clayton is Conference Coach of the Year

3rd in the NCAA championship 

Team wins 1 tournament 

 

1996- Jim Clayton pending info

13th in the NCAA championship 

Team wins 2 tournaments

Jeff Fahrenbruch won the prestigious Ben Hogan Academic Player of the Year in 1997.  He is also the Medalist at the Perry Maxwell 

                                                                                            

 

 

Coach John Fields

  • Has produced 18 All Americans at Texas 
  • 2012 Coach of the Year
  • 2012 National Champions

 

1998 Coach John Fields pending info

Team wins 3 tournaments

 

Brad Elder is a two time All American (1996, 1997)

Brad Elder is a two time All American (1996, 1997)

Ended his career in 1998 as the number 1 amateur according to Golfweek/Titleist amateur rankings.

Walker Cup Selections and Jack Nicklaus award 1997

 

Brad is a two time medalist at regional tournaments 

Matt Brost is a medalist in a regional tournament. 

 

 

1999 1998 Coach John Fields pending info

Team wins 2 tournaments

David Gossett is an All American in 1999 and 2000. He is the medalist in three tournaments between 1998 and 1999. 

Big 12 Conference medalist in 1999, and U.S. Amateur Champion 1999

 

2000 1998 Coach John Fields pending info

 

 

Top of the Chart 2000

5th in the NCAA championship 

Team wins 1 tournament

 

2001 Coach John Fields pending info

One of the best golf teams in Texas History with 5 tournament team titles, Big 12 Championship, and a tie for 3rd at the NCAA Championship tournament.

 

 

 

2002 Coach John Fields pending info

Big 12 Champs

John Fields  is Conference Coach of the Year

9th in the NCAA championship 

Team wins 1 tournament

John Klauk- Western Amateur Champion 2002, and Palmer Cup Selection 2002. He is the  Medalist in one tournament in 2001 and one time in 2002.

 

2003 Coach John Fields pending info

Big 12 Champs

John Fields  is Conference Coach of the Year

4th in the NCAA championship 

Team wins 2 tournaments

Jason Hartwick receives the Palmer Cup Selections in 2003 and 2004. He also is the medalist 5 times from 2001- 2004. 

2004 Coach John Fields pending info

Big 12 Champs

John Fields  is Conference Coach of the Year

23rd in the NCAA championship 

Jason Hartwick is Big 12 Conference medalist.

2005 Coach John Fields pending info

11th in the NCAA championship 

2006 Coach John Fields pending info

11th in the NCAA championship 

Team wins 2 tournaments

 

 

Matt Rosenfeld is Big 12 Conference medalist in 2006

He is the medalist in two tournaments from 2004 -2006

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jhonattan Vegas  2016 Olympian representing Venzuela

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matt Mills is the  medalist in one tournament. 

 

2007 Coach John Fields pending info

19th in the NCAA championship 

Team wins 1 tournament

2008 Coach John Fields pending info

26th in the NCAA championship 

Bobby Hudson is the medalist one time in 2008 and once in 2011.

Charles Holland is the medalist in one tournament.

 

2009 Coach John Fields pending info

21st in the NCAA championship 

Team wins 2 tournaments

Lance Lopez is the medalist in one tournament. 

 

2010 Coach John Fields pending info

12th in the NCAA championship 

Team wins 1 tournament

2011 Coach John Fields pending info

 

2012 National Champions

 

Team wins 8 tournaments

Julio Begas is the medalist in one tournament

 

 

All American Dylan Frittelli's makes a 30 foot put on the 18th hole to win the National Championship for the Horns.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dylan Frittelli is the medalist in two tournaments between 2009 and  2012.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dylan Frittelli wins the Byron Nelson Award in 2012

Coach Fields is named Golfweek and NCAA Division I National Coach of the Year.

Jordan Spieth is a Walker cup Selection Honoree, and he is the medalist in three tournaments between 2011 and 2012.

2013 Coach John Fields pending info

 

5th in the NCAA championship 

5 tournament wins 

2014 Coach John Fields pending info

13th in the NCAA championship 

Team wins 1 tournament

Brandon Stone  is Big 12  conference medalist in 2013, the Phil Mickelson Award winner for best Freshman, and a Olympian representing South America in 2016

Brandon Stone is the Medalist in three tournaments in 2013. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015 Coach John Fields pending info

5th in the NCAA championship 

Team wins 7 tournaments

Beau Hossler is the medalist in one tournament.  

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2016 runner up at NCAA Championship