The East Lake Cup is a collegiate competition featuring top-performing teams from the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships. The East Lake Cup will take place at historic East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia, and air live on Golf Channel on Monday October 26, Tuesday, October 27 and Wednesday, October 28, 2020.

Modeled after the NCAA Golf Championships, the format for the East Lake Cup consists of an opening round of stroke play to crown an individual male and female champion and determine seeding for the following two days of match play competition.

The 2020 women’s division will feature the University of Texas, University of South Carolina, Ole Miss and University of Florida. The men’s division will include 2019 National Championship runner-up and reigning East Lake Cup Champion Texas, along with Oklahoma, Texas Tech and Pepperdine.

2020 Champions

Men’s Team: Pepperdine

Women’s Team: Ole Miss

Men’s Individual: Patrick Welch, Oklahoma

Women’s Individual: Co-Champions Ellen Hume and Kennedy Swann, Ole Miss

2020 Teams

Men’s Teams: University of Texas, University of Oklahoma, Texas Tech and Pepperdine

Women’s Teams: University of Texas, University of South Carolina, Ole Miss and University of Florida

2019 Champions

Men’s Team: University of Texas

Women’s Team: Wake Forest University

Men’s Individual: Mark Power – Wake Forest University

Women’s Individual: Ana Belac – Duke University & Vanessa Knecht – Wake Forest University

2019 Teams

Men’s Teams: Wake Forest University, the University of Texas, Vanderbilt University, Oklahoma State University

Women’s Teams: Auburn University, University of Arizona, Duke University, Wake Forest University

2018 Champions

Men’s Team: Auburn University

Women’s Team: University of Southern California

Men’s Individual: Viktor Hovland – Oklahoma State University

Women’s Individual: Albane Valenzuela – Stanford University

2018 Teams

Men’s Teams: the University of Alabama, Auburn University, Duke University, and Oklahoma State University

Women’s Teams: the University of Alabama, the University of Arizona, the University of Southern California, and Stanford University

2017 Champions

Men’s Team: Vanderbilt University

Women’s Team: University of Southern California

Men’s Individual: Will Gordon – Vanderbilt University

Women’s Individual: Robynn Ree– University of Southern California

2017 Teams

Men’s Teams: Vanderbilt University, University of Oklahoma, University of Illinois and the University of Oregon

Women’s Teams:  Northwestern University, Stanford University, Arizona State University and the University of Southern California

2016 Champions

Men’s Team: University of Illinois

Women’s Team: Duke University

Men’s Individual: Scottie Scheffler – University of Texas

Women’s Individual: Andrea Lee – Stanford University

2016 Teams

Men’s Teams: the University of Oregon, the University of Texas, Vanderbilt University and the University of Illinois

Women’s Teams: Stanford University, Duke University, the University of Washington and the University of California – Los Angeles.

2015 Champions

Men: University of Illinois

Women: University of Southern California

2015 Teams

Men’s Teams: Louisiana State University, the University of Southern California, the University of Georgia and the University of Illinois

Women’s Teams: Stanford University, Duke University, Baylor University and the University of Southern California