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NCAA Championship Central

May 26, 2005

Baltimore, Md. - Get all you need to know about the 2005 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship right here with live scoring and up-to-date tournament information. Host school Loyola College and Caves Valley Golf Club bring the nation's top collegiate golfers to Baltimore - don't miss a minute of exciting national championship action with this comprehensive look at the tournament.

Tournament Information
The 2005 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship is the 108th annual golf championship hosted by the NCAA. Loyola College is the smallest school to ever host an NCAA Division I Championship and is teaming up with Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills, Md. The tournament is a four-day, 72-hole event that runs from Wednesday-Saturday, June 1-4. Click Tournament Information for more details.

Caves Valley Golf Club
Caves Valley Golf Club's course was designed by world-renowned architect Tom Fazio and opened for play in 1991. In just 14 years of existence, Caves Valley has already hosted the 2002 U.S. Senior Open Championship, the 1995 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, and the 1997 and 2004 A.J.G.A. Canon Cup Tournaments. Privately owned and managed, Caves Valley operates exclusively as a golf club. Click Caves Valley Championship History for more information.

How Do I Get Tickets?
Tickets for the 2005 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships are on sale now and can be purchased at the event. Pricing is 36 dollars for all-session passes, 12 dollars daily for each of the first three rounds and 15 dollars for the final round. Parking passes for the entire tournament are also available for five dollars. Click 2005 Ticket Brochure to download your application today.

The nation's top teams are in town in seach of NCAA glory.


Who's Playing?
The championship tournament consists of 30 teams and the nation's top six individuals not on those teams. All 156 players will compete on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday while Saturday's final round is cut to the top 15 teams and top six individuals not on an advancing team. Wake Forest, Augusta State and UNLV are this year's regional winners and top seeds. Click Complete Tournament Field for a list of all 30 teams.

Tee Times And Pairings
The 2005 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship will officially begin at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, June 1 with Alabama, Arkansas and Brigham Young at the first tee at Caves Valley. Pairings and tee times for the first two rounds are already set while rounds three and four will be determined by team score. Click Official Tee Times And Pairings to see when your favorite team tees off.

Live Scoring By Golfstat
Golfstat will provide live scoring for the entire four-day tournament. Follow your team hole-by-hole and check out an up-to-the-minute leaderboard by clicking Live Tournament Scoring.

Is The Tournament On TV?
Exclusive coverage of the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships will be televised on The Golf Channel beginning Thursday, June 2. Coverage will run 3-5 each day with a replay at 1-3 a.m. Click National Television Coverage for more details on The Golf Channel's broadcast of the tournament.

NCAA Championship History
This year's champion joins an impressive list of NCAA medalists including Tigers Woods (996) and three-time champion Phil Mickelson. Oklahoma State's Charles Howell holds the record for the lowest NCAA Championship Tournament score (265 in 2000) while Yale holds the NCAA record for most titles with 21.Click NCAA Championship Record Book for more fun tournament facts.