Grayhawk for NCAA Men’s Championship
The eyes of the college golf world remain on Scottsdale, Arizona as the NCAA Men’s Division I Championship kicks off this week at the Raptor Course at Grayhawk Golf Club.
The men play from May 28 to June 2.
Designed by prolific course architect Tom Fazio, Grayhawk’s Raptor is ranked # 12 on the 2021 Golf Week’s Best Golf Course list for public access courses in Arizona, and the facility’s Talon course is n ° 11.
Built through a hilly desert, the Raptor features raised greens with often steep runoffs in deep bunkers or what will be very difficult for the championship. Elite college players can handle how long the course will be set up for each championship, but they’d better be careful about hitting the fairways at Grayhawk. The men will play Grayhawk at 7,289 yards with a par of 70.
Thanks to the footage logs provided by Puttview – the creator of detailed footage logs for more than 30,000 courses around the world – we can see exactly the challenges players will face this week. Check out each hole below, with yardages and hole lengths showing the configuration for men specifically. Golfweek released a separate yardage book for the women’s championship.