Men’s Golf Headed to The Goodwin

EUGENE, Ore. – Fresh off of hosting the Duck Invitational earlier this week, the No. 24 Oregon men’s golf team gets set to tee off at The Goodwin at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. The three-day, 54-hole event hosted by Stanford will run from Thursday to Saturday.


Oregon will be a part of a massive 31-team field featuring five teams ranked inside the top 25:

Appalachian State, BYU, #20 California, California Baptist, Cal Poly, Clemson, Colorado, #22 Georgia, #15 Georgia Tech, Howard, Lipscomb, Little Rock, Long Beach State, Nevada, #24 Oregon, Oregon State, Pepperdine, San Diego, San Diego State, San Francisco, San Jose State, Santa Clara, Stanford, TCU, #8 Tennessee, UC Davis, UCLA, USC, Utah, Utah Tech, Washington State.


The Ducks’ roll out the same starting lineup they used at last season’s NCAA Championships, along with Hugh Adams competing as an individual.

1) Nate Stember – 2023 All-Pac-12 Second Team.

2) Aiden Krafft – 2023 Pac-12 All-Freshman Honorable Mention.

3) Greg Solhaug – 2023 All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention.

4) Owen Avrit – 2023 PING All-America Third Team.

5) Greyson Leach – 2023 All-Pac 12 Honorable Mention

IND) Hugh Adams – Oregon’s top finisher at The Prestige.


  • Oregon came in at No. 24 in the most recent College Golf Rankings and are one of four Pac-12 programs to feature in the top 25. Individually, the Ducks are represented in the top 100 by Nate Stember who is ranked No. 72.
  • At the Amer Ari Intercollegiate (Feb. 8-10) Oregon tied the third-lowest tournament to par in program history at 33 under. The Ducks were led byNate Stember who carded a career-best 13 under (203) as he tied for 19th overall. Each of Oregon’s five starters finished the tournament under par as the Ducks finished 14th in a field that featured nine programs ranked in the top 25.
  • Fifth-year senior Nate Stember is climbing the ranks of the Oregon men’s golf record book in his final season as a Duck. With 470 career birdies, Stember has the third most by any Duck since at least 1993-94, and is seeking to join Eugene Wong (505) and Daniel Miernicki (563) as the only golfers in program history to eclipse 500 in a career.
  • Oregon’s starting lineup is loaded with experience as the Ducks used the same five players in the 2023 NCAA Regionals and the NCAA Championships. Nate Stember leads the way and is joined by Owen Avrit, Greg Solhaug, Aiden Krafft and Greyson Leach.
  • Freshman Hugh Adams impressed in his first appearance in the starting lineup at The Prestige (Feb. 19-21), finishing 2 under to lead Oregon in the tournament. After shooting 3 over in the opening round, Adams battled back with back-to-back rounds under par including a career-best 68 in the second, finishing the tournament tied for 30th.

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