Supporting NU Golf
Northwestern men's and women's golf is driven by their pursuit of Big Ten and NCAA Championships. Competing at the highest level, NU travels nationally and internationally to position the Wildcats at the forefront of intercollegiate golf. A recent history of success on the course, in the classroom and in the community has proven to be an effective combination for the ’Cats.
“The tremendous support of our alumni and fans enables our programs to succeed on and off the course.”– Pat Goss, Director of Golf and Player Development
“The progress our program has made over the last five years is in large part due to the incredible generosity of our supporters, who create opportunities for us to grow and improve.”– Emily Fletcher, Head Women’s Golf Coach
“Opportunities like our preseason practice trip to England are made possible by the exceptional support of the NU golf community.”– David Inglis, Head Men’s Golf Coach
The impact of annual golf support
Creates opportunities for national and international practice trips.
New sports medicine and sports performance strategy modeled after leading PGA tour trends focused on pre-hab and golf specific development.
Enhances recruiting efforts and enables NU golf to find the best student-athletes to join the Wildcats family.
Season Highlights from 2019
The Wildcats are one of just two teams to finish in the top 15 in each of the last seven NCAA Championships
Seven student-athletes were recognized as Academic All-Big Ten honorees
David Nyfjäll was named Big Ten Freshman of the Year
Ryan Lumsden received the Byron Nelson Award which equally recognizes a nominee's entire collegiate academic and golf career as well as his character and integrity while in college