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BYU Men's Golf Frequently Asked Questions

How has BYU fared in the Mountain West Conference since its inception in 1999? 
The Cougars have won the MWC team titles in 2000-01 and 2006-07 and have earned 19 All-Conference player honors since the 1999-2000 season. Manuel Merizalde won the Individual conference championship for the Cougars in 1999 and Nick Becker earned the same in 2005. BYU placed third at the 2007-08 MWC Championships. 

How has BYU fared in the West Coast Conference since joining in 2011? 
The Cougars finished in third place during their first season in the West Coast Conference.

How has BYU fared nationally? 
BYU maintains a position among the nation's elite in men's golf, with 21 Top-10 and 14 Top-5 finishes at the NCAA Tournament since 1969. In 1999-00, BYU won more tournaments than any other team in the country (seven), leading to a No. 12 final ranking. In 2004 and 2005, the Cougars placed ninth and fourth at the tournament, respectively, with a 15th-place finish in 2006. 

Where can I find a media guide? 

Media guides for all BYU sports are available at:

Where are the events held? 
The Cougars' home courses are Riverside Country Club and Thanksgiving Point. The Cougar Classic tournament is usually held at Riverside Country Club. 

How can I buy tickets? 
Generally there is not a charge for regular season golf events held at Riverside Country Club. 

How long has the program existed at BYU? 
Official records have been kept at BYU for men's golf since 1962, but the Cougars have been competing in the NCAA since 1948.