Georgia Tech's golf team is seeded 13th for the upcoming NCAA Division I Men’s Championship finals, paired with East Tennessee State and California for the first two rounds at the Omni LaCosta Resort and Spa.

By the Numbers
  • 2024 will mark Georgia Tech's 33rd appearance in the NCAA Golf Championship finals since 1985.
  • 30 teams and six individuals will compete over three days of stroke play from May 24-26, followed by match play to determine the national champion.
State of Play
  • Georgia Tech enters the tournament with three starters from the 2023 runner-up team and aims to return to match play for the second consecutive year.
  • The team boasts the ACC Player of the Year, Christo Lamprecht, and the nation's fifth-ranked player in Hiroshi Tai.
What's Next

The NCAA Championship finals will feature three days of stroke play from May 24-26, followed by match play to determine the national champion on May 29.

Bottom Line

Georgia Tech's golf team with notable talent is set to compete in the NCAA Championship, aiming to improve on its 2023 runner-up finish and secure a strong performance in the upcoming tournament.