Why BYU?

FACILITIESBYU is home to outstanding athletic and golf facilities. One of the nation's largest indoor practice facilities aids the Cougars in training during inclement weather. The indoor practice facility is over 420 feet in length and also has a new short game area. BYU also has a state-of-the-art Student Athlete Center that houses the athletic academic center, a strength and conditioning complex, an athletic hall of fame, a nutrition center, locker room, training, equipment as well as team meeting rooms.

COURSESThe BYU golf teams are fortunate to play on the top golf courses in the state (most notably Entrada at Snow Canyon, Hobble Creek, Promontory, Red Ledges, Riverside C.C., and Thanksgiving Point).

INNER STRENGTHBYU seeks to develop students of faith, intellect, and character who have the skills and the desire to continue learning and to serve others throughout their lives. BYU has always cared as much about strong moral character as about great mental capability.

ACADEMICSBrigham Young University's
outstanding academic reputation and complete commitment to academic success make this beautiful campus a conducive atmosphere for achievement.

SCHEDULEThe Cougars compete against the nation's best in some of the top tournaments in the country. BYU competes in the very competitive Mountain West Conference.

TRADITIONBYU has been building a strong national golf reputation, including two top 25 finishes in the last five seasons. In a recent Golf Digest ranking, BYU was No. 30 in a listing of 300 golf programs as the best school to attend for students with dreams of playing golf in college and professionally.

COMMUNITY With a population of nearly 550,000 people, Utah Valley is the ideal setting for a major university. Just 40 minutes south of Salt Lake City, Utah Valley is home to an active, young, safe community.


OPPORTUNITIESBYU golf is a great preparation for the LPGA and professional golf. Numerous Cougars have gone on to successful careers in professional golf, including current Futures Tour member Juli Erekson.

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