Arizona State, Grayhawk Golf Club to host NCAA men’s, women’s championships in 2023

On Wednesday the NCAA announced Phoenix as the host of the 2026 Women’s Final Four, with Arizona State serving as the host school.

The NCAA also announced the Sun Devils as hosts of the 2023 NCAA men’s and women’s golf championships at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, replacing the 2020 nationals scheduled there that were cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Grayhawk was previously scheduled to host golf’s national championship for both genders from 2020-2022.

Additionally, the NCAA awarded two regional golf championships to metro Phoenix. In 2025 a women’s golf regional will be held at Superstition Mountain Golf Club in Gold Canyon and in 2026 Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club in Maricopa will play host to a men’s golf regional.

The 2021 women’s national championship will be held May 21-26, with the men May 28-June 2. In 2022, the women’s national championship will be held May 20-25, with the men’s May 27-June 1. Dates for 2023 have not yet been decided.

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