Welcome to the 2019 NCAA Division III Men’s Golf National Championships at Keene Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville, Kentucky, hosted by Transylvania University.
For the first time in NCAA Division III history, the men’s golf national championships will be played in the state of Kentucky. The 2019 National Championships welcomes 42 teams and six individuals for a 72-hole, four-round championship.
Round One commences on Tuesday, May 14 with Round two to follow on Wednesday, May 15. Following 36 holes of play, the field will be cut to the top 18 teams and top six individuals. The final 18 teams will vie for the 2019 national championship after four rounds of play on Friday, May 17.
Keene Trace Golf Club is located in Nicholasville, Kentucky, just minutes southwest of Downtown Lexington, Kentucky in the heart of the Bluegrass region. Keene Trace comprises 36 holes, the Champion Trace course and the Keene Run Golf Course. It also serves as the home of the PGA’s Barbasol Championship and has hosted prestigious golf tournaments in the past, including the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships in 1993, the USGA Senior Amateur Championship, the Men’s and Women’s SEC Championships, and the Kentucky Amateur Championship.
The Lexington Griffin Gate Marriott Resort and Spa is proud to be the official tournament host for all teams. The resort is located minutes from downtown Lexington and less than 15 miles from Keene Trace Golf Club. The Griffin Gate Marriott provides a full range of amenities including a full fitness center, pool complex, a luxury spa, and the hotel’s signature restaurant, JW’s Steakhouse.