(GAINESVILLE) – The No. 6 University of North Georgia men’s golf team will host a full field of some of the best NCAA Division II golfers on Sept. 19-20 at the Mizuno Intercollegiate at Chattahoochee Golf Club.

The tournament field features 11 teams ranked in the Bushnell/GolfWeek NCAA Division II top-25 including seven teams in the top-10 anchored by defending national champion and top ranked Lee.
The 108-golfer field includes Anderson, No. 23 Barton, Clayton State, No. 17 Columbus State, Erskine, Georgia College, Georgia Southern (Individuals), No. 5 Georgia Southwestern, No. 16 Lander, No. 1 Lee, Lenoir-Rhyne, No. 8 Limestone, No. 4 Lincoln Memorial, Newberry, No. 6 North Georgia, No. 9 USC Aiken, Wingate, No. 7 West Florida, No. 22 West Georgia and Young Harris.

The teams will play 36 holes on Monday followed by the final round on Tuesday. Both days will feature a shotgun start beginning at 9:00 a.m. Hole-by-hole live scoring will be available for spectators not able to make it to Chattahoochee. Due to cart inventory and the field riding for competition, there will be no spectator cart sales on-site. 
Mizuno Golf is the proud tournament sponsor of the Mizuno Intercollegiate and has dedicated significant attention to promoting the game at the collegiate level.

The Mizuno Intercollegiate is a collegiate stroke play event with low four scores from a five-person team. Monday will feature 36 holes of play with the final 18 holes on Tuesday. Tournament awards will be presented to the top finishing team, the individual medalist and an All-Tournament team of the top-5 players. The tournament is a GolfStat registered event.
Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. on the banks of Lake Lanier, Chattahoochee Golf Club has been one of the premiere public golf courses in North Georgia since 1960. Built on 183 acres of rolling farmland, the course design allows for easy walking and is enjoyable for both scratch and high handicap golfers. In 2021, the golf course completed a $2 million renovation over six months that restored the venue to its original Robert Trent Jones, Sr. layout. The renovation included a recontouring of all greens and a conversion from bent grass to Bermuda Tiff Eagle. Chattahoochee Golf Club is home to 1973 Masters Champion Tommy Aaron and served as host of the 2022 NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Championship.