This is Sun Devil Men's Golf
Since joining the Pac-10 in 1978, no team has won more league titles than Arizona State men's golf with its dozen championships. With history that dates to 1931, the Sun Devils have claimed two NCAA team titles, six NCAA individual titles, three U.S. Amateur champions and the first two-time winner of the Ben Hogan Award. The program has produced amateur and professional stars such as Phil Mickelson, Paul Casey, Jeff Quinney, Alejandro Canizares, Jon Rahm and Billy Mayfair who continue to shape the world of golf at all levels.
Included in those 12 Pac-12 titles are a record six straight from 1995-2000, with other titles in 1979, 1981, 1989, 1990, 1993, and 2008. The Sun Devils have seven regional championships in its trophy case, tied for third-best in the NCAA and for the most by any Pac-12 school.
Since 1958 only three schools have earned more first-, second- or third-team All-Americans than ASU. Sun Devils have earned the honor 66 times with 25 first-team picks, 23 second-team picks, and 18 third-team picks, while another 46 times a Sun Devil has earned honorable mention honors. Since 1993, ASU has posted 13 NCAA top-10 finishes.
With players like Phil Mickelson, Matt Jones, Jon Rahm, Pat Perez and Paul Casey producing on the PGA Tour, new head coach Matt Thurmond, the 2009 National Coach of the Year, has a program in place that has incredible tradition.
This is Sun Devil Men's Golf.
Located on the southwest corner of the player practice driving range on Rural Road, the player practice and instructional facility serves as the home of Sun Devil men's and women's golf teams. The building includes "Hobbs House" (named after Bob and Karen Hobbs and family, who were major contributors to the clubhouse). Inside the facility is a large player facility room, which has a state-of the-art video analysis system, a study area and a team meeting room. In addition, the building also has locker room facilities for both the men's and women's teams and satellite offices for both head coaches.
Papago Golf Course
Originally built in 1963, Papago Golf Course was one of the original Valley golf courses and has been an asset to the Phoenix public-golf community. Arizona State, in partnership with the City of Phoenix, will revitalize the course and build a state of the art club house. Papago Golf Course will become the home golf course for Arizona State's nine-time NCAA Championship winning golf programs. Until a master plan is in place for the athletics district, Karsten Golf Course will remain open and there is no timetable in place yet in regards to closing the golf course. ASU will also retain the golf practice facility on campus so it is close to Sun Devil Athletics facilities and classes for the student-athletes.