The Duke men's golf team is heading to Charlotte for the ACC Championship at the Charlotte Country Club, aiming for their ninth ACC title and looking to improve upon last year's semifinal appearance. They are part of a select group of four teams in the ACC with a dominance in the conference's title history. Duke, ranked fifth this year, will kick off the tournament as the fifth seed, with a lineup featuring standout players like Luke Sample, Ethan Evans, Bryan Kim, William Love, and Daniel Choi. The tournament format includes three rounds of stroke play followed by match play for the top four teams.

By the Numbers
  • Duke has won the ACC title in 2017 and 2013, and the 2020 championship was canceled due to the pandemic.
  • The Blue Devils' lineup includes players like Luke Sample, who leads the team with a 71.73 stroke average, and Ethan Evans, with the highest scoring average in 2024.
  • The Charlotte Country Club course, designed by Donald Ross and restored by Ron Prichard, is ranked as the No. 10 course in North Carolina by Golf Digest.
State of Play
  • Duke men's golf team is set for the ACC Championship at Charlotte Country Club
  • Duke is the No. 5 seed this year and has a history of ACC title wins
  • The tournament will feature three rounds of stroke play followed by match play for the top four teams
What's Next

The ACC Championship will continue with the match play portion to determine the winner, airing live on ACC Network Extra.

Bottom Line

Duke's men's golf team heads to the ACC Championship in Charlotte, aspiring for their ninth ACC title with a strong lineup and a history of conference dominance.