Ferris State University's men's golf team will commence competition in the 2024 NCAA Division II National Championships on May 21 at the Orange County National Golf Club in Winter Garden, Florida. The Bulldogs, one of 20 teams nationwide, compete amidst the Division II Spring Sports Festival in Orlando. Ferris State qualified after a fifth-place finish in the NCAA D2 Midwest/Central Super Regional Championships. They will partake in 54 holes of stroke play from Tuesday to Thursday, with the top eight teams progressing to bracket play culminating in the championship on May 25. This marks Ferris State's 17th national championship appearance and first since 2019.

By the Numbers
  • 54 holes of stroke play from May 21-23.
  • Top eight teams advance to bracket play on May 24-25.
  • Ferris State's 17th national championship appearance, first since 2019.
  • Finished fifth in the NCAA D2 Midwest/Central Super Regional with a final-round 277 team figure.
State of Play
  • Opening ceremonies on May 20 evening.
  • First-round play begins Tuesday morning.
  • The second round on Wednesday and the third round on Thursday.
  • Quarterfinals and Semifinals occur on Friday, followed by the championship on Saturday.
What's Next

Ferris State seeks to capitalize on their momentum from qualifying at the Midwest/Central Super Regional by aiming for a top-eight finish to advance in the tournament. Following the individual and team stroke play phases, the Bulldogs aim to progress through bracket play to compete for the national championship over the weekend.

Bottom Line

Ferris State's men's golf team, with a rich history of NCAA tournament appearances, enters the 2024 National Championships with strong prospects. Their performance in stroke play will be crucial for advancing to the decisive bracket stages.