Amer Ari Intercollegiate Golf Tournament

27th Amer Ari Invitational
February 6-9, 2019
Waikoloa Kings’ Course
Waikoloa, Hawaii

Round One Results and Round Two Pairings
Round Two Results and Round Three Pairings

2019 Participating Teams

  • Auburn University – 2018 SEC Champions
  • Georgia Tech University – 2018 ACC Champions
  • Oklahoma State University – 2018 NCAA Champions
  • Oregon State University
  • Osaka Gakuin University
  • San Jose State University
  • Stanford University
  • Texas Christian University
  • Texas Tech University
  • University of California – Davis
  • University of Colorado
  • University of Hawaii at Hilo
  • University of Hawaii at Manoa
  • University of Pacific
  • University of Oregon
  • University of Southern California – 2018 PAC 12 Champions
  • University of Texas
  • University of Utah

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Best Collegiate Golf Teams & Individuals

A History of Amer Ari Golf Champions

YearTeamIndividual Medalist
1992 Oklahoma StateCraig Hainline (Oklahoma State)
1993 Nevada-Las VegasAlan Bratton (Oklahoma State)
1994 ArkansasTodd Dempsey (Arizona State)
1995 ArizonaState Notah Begay (Stanford)
1996 Oklahoma StateCraig Hanell (Arizona State)
1997 Oklahoma StateJim Skinner (Southern Methodist)
1998 Nevada-Las VegasBill Lunde (Nevada-Las Vegas)
1999 Nevada-Las VegasJames Watt (Nevada-Reno)
2000 Georgia TechMatt Kuchar (Georgia Tech), Carlton Forrester (Georgia Tech)
2001 Georgia TechMatt Kuchar (Georgia Tech), Bryce Molder (Georgia Tech)
2002 TexasSprague Kolp (Nevada-Reno)
2003 Georgia TechTroy Matteson (Georgia Tech)
2004 UCLAAdam Meyer (Texas Christian)
2005 Georgia TechAnthony Kim (Oklahoma)
2006 Oklahoma StateTyler Leon (Oklahoma State)
2007 Georgia TechCameron Tringale (Georgia Tech)
2008 OklahomaJonathan Moore (Oklahoma State)
2009 StanfordJesper Kennegard (Arizona State)
2010 Southern CaliforniaNick Taylor (Washington)
2011 Oklahoma StateDaniel Miernicki (Oregon)
2012 TexasJeffery Kang (USC), wins playoff over Jordan Spieth
2013 UCLA/WashingtonDominic Bozzelli (Auburn)
2014 Oklahoma StateJordan Niebrugge (Oklahoma State)
2015 Arizona StateCheung-Tsu Pan (Washington)
2016 Southern CaliforniaAaron Wise (Oregon)
2017 Texas TechFredrik Nilehn, Texas Tech
2018Oregon State University Justin Suh, University of Southern California