USC Men's Golf news

  1. Crocker Named To U.S. Arnold Palmer Cup Team
    USC junior Sean Crocker, who currently leads the No. 1 Trojans this year in stroke average, has been selected to the United States Arnold Palmer Cup team it was announced today.
  2. Trojan Great Bud Bradley Passes Away
    Foster “Bud” Bradley, one of USC’s all-time top golfers who helped the Trojans to third place in the 1958 NCAA Championships to complement a storied amateur career, died on Sunday (March 12). He was 80.
  3. No. 7 USC Successfully Defends Title At Southern Highlands, Wins 3rd Tournament Of Season
    For the second year in a row, the No. 7 USC men's golf team took on one of the toughest regular-season fields in the country and came out victorious, winning the 2017 Southern Highlands Collegiate by 10 strokes to defend its crown on Wednesday (March 8) at the Southern Highlands G.C. in Las Vegas.
  4. No. 7 USC Extends Lead At Southern Highlands Collegiate
    The No. 7 USC men’s golf team lost all of its first-round lead on moving day, but collected it all back and then some, thanks in no small part to sophomore Justin Suh’s 4-under 68, and finished the second round of the Southern Highlands Collegiate with a six-stroke lead on Tuesday (March 7) at the Southern Highlands G.C. in Las Vegas.
  5. Crocker 68, Jin 69 Propel USC to Southern Highlands First Round Lead
    Junior Sean Crocker fired a 4-under 68 to lead four Trojans in the top 12 as the No. 7 USC men’s golf team took the first-round lead at the Southern Highlands Collegiate, Monday (March 6), at the Southern Highlands G.C. in Las Vegas.