CONWAY, South Carolina – The Coastal Carolina University men’s golf team will travel to El Dorado, Ark., for the 2022 Sun Belt Conference Men’s Golf Championship to be played Sunday-Wednesday April 24-27 at Mystic Creek Golf Club .
Mystic Creek spans 7,293 yards and will score as a par-72. Georgia Southern will enter the event as the top-ranked team in the Sun Belt, as listed by Golfstat.com based on their average of 285.07. The Eagles have three team wins on the season, which ties Troy for the most team wins by a Sun Belt Conference program this year.
Little Rock is the third Sun Belt program with multiple wins, posting two on the season, and has an average of 286.89, just behind Georgia Southern. The Chanticleers enter the championship with an average of 293.52 over their 27 rounds of golf this season.
The head coach Jim Garren will have a range of Seth Taylor, Tyler Gray, Connor Newtonand Garrett Cooper. Trey Crenshaw and Trace McDonald will also make the trip for CCU, with one player playing at No. 5 and the other playing as a substitute due to illness or injury.
The four-day event will feature all 12 conference teams playing 54 holes with the top four teams playing a match play semifinal and championship match play format on the fourth and final day of action.
Each day of the event will be broadcast live on ESPN+ and live scores can be found on Golfstat.com. Links to the video stream and live scores can be found on the Men’s Golf Schedule page on www.GoCCUSports.com.
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