Looking to attend this weekend’s Seminole Intercollegiate? Here are some things you need to know:
What days are the tournament being played? The 43rd Seminole Intercollegiate will be played on Saturday, Feb. 23, and Sunday, Feb. 24.
Where is the tournament this year? This year’s tournament takes place at Golden Eagle Country Club for the second consecutive year. Golden Eagle is widely known as one of the top courses in North Florida.
Is there any cost to attending the tournament? Absolutely not! Come out to Golden Eagle Country Club and watch some quality golf!
The Seminole Intercollegiate returns to beautiful Golden Eagle this weekend! 🦅 #FSUGolf
🗓 Feb. 23-24
⏰ 8am and 7:30am
⛳️ 8 teams in the Top 💯 pic.twitter.com/GJiPebdjnA
— FSU Golf (@FSUGolf) February 19, 2019
What teams are participating this year? There are 14 teams participating in this year’s Seminole Intercollegiate. Based on their golfstat rankings, they include in order Wake Forest (6), Florida State (26), Louisville (27), West Virginia (38), Jacksonville (69), Cincinnati (70), Illinois State (77), Kentucky (97), James Madison (101), Kansas State (126), Princeton (141), Troy (165), Morehead State (183) and Nicholls (201). There will be eight Top 100 teams at this year’s tournament, more than last year’s field that included five Top 100 teams.
How can I follow the leaderboard at the tournament? Head to Golfstat.com on your phone, tablet or any other device and follow the action. Scoring will be updated every three holes played.
What is the playing format? A shot-gun style format where each teams tees off at once will begin at 8 a.m. on Saturday. Thirty-six holes will be played on Saturday, and 18 holes will be played on Sunday in the final round also beginning at 7:30 a.m.
When are the practice round times? The practice rounds at Golden Eagle Country Club will be held on Friday, February 22. They are as follows:
How has Florida State fared historically in this event? Under Head Coach Trey Jones, Florida State has won the Seminole Intercollegiate six times since the 2008 tournament, with notable alums Brooks Koepka, Daniel Berger and Hank Lebioda having strong performances during that time span in Tallahassee. Current sophomore John Pak is the defending Seminole Intercollegiate champion.
What are some intriguing storylines for this year’s tournament? Here are a few:
Will there be any tournament programs? Fans can pick up tournament programs beginning on Friday at Golden Eagle Country Club. Or you can download it.