The Duke men's golf team is preparing for the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional at the University Club, aiming for a back-to-back NCAA Championship appearance and their ninth under Coach Jamie Green.

By the Numbers
  • Duke advanced from regional play in Baton Rouge in 2017 with a second-place finish at 10-over, 874.
  • Luke Sample leads the team with a stroke average of 71.70 and has 13 under-par rounds this season.
Yes, But

The competition includes top-seeded Auburn and 12 other teams, with only the top-five teams in each regional advancing to the NCAA Championship.

State of Play
  • The Blue Devils are seeded fifth and will begin the regional alongside Oregon and Ohio State.
  • The event is hosted by LSU and will be held from May 13-15 at the University Club, playing to a par of 72 and 7,401 yards.
What's Next

The top-five teams from the regional, along with the low individual on a non-advancing team, will move on to the NCAA Championship from May 24-29 in Carlsbad, Calif.

Bottom Line

The Duke men's golf team is geared up for the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional, eyeing another shot at the NCAA Championship in their quest for golfing excellence under Coach Jamie Green's leadership.