The 2019 CAC Men's and Women's Golf Championships are set for Thursday, April 18 through Saturday, April 20 at the Golden Horseshoe Resort in Williamsburg, Va. This also marks the second championship for CAC women's golf.
CAC Men's Golf Championship
On the men's side, the championship will feature a 54-hole stroke play format over three days with the team champion earning an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament. The NCAA Championships will take place from May 14-17 at Keene Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville, Ky.
Seven men's teams will compete for the title and automatic bid this week. Five other full CAC members – Christopher Newport, Mary Washington, Penn State Harrisburg, Southern Virginia and York – along with associate members Babson and New Jersey City – are set to tee off this week.
Men's tee times begin on the Gold Course at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday and Friday off the first tee and 7:30 a.m. on Saturday off both the No. 1 & 10 tee boxes. Live scoring will also be updated throughout each day, with links available at the top of this page and on the CAC Championship homepage.
Mary Washington captured its first-ever CAC golf championship last season behind reigning CAC Player of the Year Sebastien Bonte who returns this season as a sophomore after capturing medalist honors in 2018. Christopher Newport is seeking to once again hoist the hardware after its four-straight CAC title reign was snapped at last year's event. Babson enters the tournament as the 23rd ranked team in the country with CNU slated 49th.
CAC Women's Golf Championship
This week will mark the second-ever CAC Women's Golf Championship, with Christopher Newport, Mary Washington, Southern Virginia and York set to compete for the title. The women will compete on the Green Course, with tee times set to begin at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday & Friday, and 7:30 a.m. on Saturday -- all off the No. 1 tee.
Christopher Newport is ranked 21st in the latest Golfstat rankings, while York chimes in at 40th head of the conference championships. CNU's Erica Whitehouse is ranked 14th in the country and looks to defend her 2018 CAC title.
For complete team-by-team previews of all CAC teams, visit the CAC Golf Championships Homepage. Under the Participants section, click on the Preview link for each team.