- Arkansas Wins Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship
- Arkansas-Duke Advance to Finals of Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship
- Arkansas-Chattanooga; California-Duke Advance to Semifinals of Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship
- First Round Complete at Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship
- Bracket Announced for Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship
The Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship is a 16-team Match Play event played over the course of three days (four rounds). The modified team match play format means that each team will play a match during each of the four rounds of competition. You can see the tournament bracket on the bracket page of the website. The announced seeding of the 16 teams will take place 3/14/12.
Match Started/Match Completed
Each team match will be comprised of five singles matches, using USGA match play scoring. Each singles match winner will be awarded one point. Matches tied/halved will be awarded ½ point. The team match score will be determined by totaling the points for the five singles matches. The team with the most points will be the winner.
Team Matches Tied
For match play rounds 1 and 2 team matches that are tied will be decided by using the following procedure:
If a tie still exists, the team winner will be determined by comparing the halved match or matches. These results will be determined by a “scorecard playoff” (scores will be compared with the #1 handicap hole) provided all tied matches have played that hole. Handicap holes will be used until the tie is broken.
Rounds 3 & 4 Only
Upon arrival at the site of the championship the Games Committee will determine the procedure for tiebreakers in rounds 3 and 4 based on course and weather conditions. It is possible that the scenario below will be used for rounds 3 and 4. If the conditions do not allow for this scenario the Games Committee will determine the use of the above tiebreaker for rounds 3 and 4. The Games Committee will announce their decision on this to each team at the coaches meeting Saturday, March 19.