Collegiate Invitational Hosted by Georgia Tech

Congratulations to our 2021 Collegiate Invitational Champions...Pepperdine University!

The Golf Club of Georgia and Georgia Tech collaborated and developed the idea of hosting one of the nation’s premier collegiate golf events in 2005. The basis being to bring together the nation’s top golf programs to play one of the top golf facilities in the state of Georgia and enjoy a first-class golf experience. The idea resulted in The United States Collegiate Championship, and the event has been a rousing success throughout the years. We are excited for this year’s field of incredible programs.

Click here to view a year-by-year history of the Collegiate invitational Hosted by Georgia Tech.

Admission to The Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational Hosted by Georgia Tech is complimentary, open to the public, and members are encouraged to attend.

2021 Field

We are beyond excited for this year's upcoming field at the 2021 GCOG Collegiate Invitational. Each program participating has incredibly talented players and it will be the most interesting and competitive event yet! The Golf Club of Georgia welcomes:

Colorado State
East Tennessee
Georgia Tech
Southern Cal
Texas A&M
Wake Forest

2021 Event Details

Players after to hotels on Wednesday and practice round begin early afternoon on Thursday. The weekend tournament begins on Friday and teams will play Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with a 9am Double Tee Start on Lakeside. Awards will be held Sunday evening. We are looking forward to this year's tournament and winning team!

After a three days of play, we had another great tournament with sunny weather and a wonderful weekend of golf. Congratulations to the 2021 GCOG Collegiate Invitational Champions, Pepperdine University! Congrats to our individual winner, Joe Highsmith who is a Senior at Pepperdine. Thank you to all the participating teams and special thank you to Georgia Tech for yet again, hosting a wonderful end of the year tournament!

Tech's History at The Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational

Georgia Tech has won the USCC twice in its 10-year history, in 2010 and 2012. Clemson, Oklahoma State and Texas are the only other multiple winners, with the Tigers having captured the inaugural title in 2006 and again in 2009, and the Longhorns winning on 2014 and sharing the title with Virginia last year. James White, who set tournament records for 18-hole score (62) and 54-hole score (204, broken in 2014), won medalist honors in 2010, while Ollie Schniederjans won it in 2013 for Tech's only individual titles.

The 2022 Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational will be held on October 20-23.

What Coaches Are Saying About the Collegiate Invitational

"It was the best college event that I have been to. The welcome that we received was outstanding and I really feel that it was an exceptional experience for the student athlete!"

– Aaron O'Callaghan, Wake Forest Assistant Head Men's Golf Coach

"Thanks for making everyone feel welcomed during the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate. The course was excellent and as usual provided a great test."

-Larry Penley, Clemson Head Men's Golf Coach


"The Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate was a first class event and I am glad that we got back. Thank you to all staff"

-Don Howell, University of Alabama Assistant Men's Golf Coach

"Everything was first class and a big thanks to the Golf Club of Georgia staff for all of their efforts. The course was in phenomenal shape and the tournament was ran super well."

-Conrad Ray. Stanford Men's Golf

"On behalf of the Virginia golf team, I'd like to thank you, your staff, and maintenance crew for all of the Southern hospitality. The course, membership, and staff were all so welcoming and we are truly grateful for the opportunity to experience your course for 4 days."

-Bowen Sargeant, UVA Head Golf Coach