NCAA Championship level golf will be coming to the greater Lynchburg area in 2025 with Liberty set to host an NCAA Men's Golf Regional.
The 2011-12 team, which made its first-ever appearance at the NCAA Men's Golf Championship, was recognized as Liberty's top men's golf team by the ASUN Conference.
After consulting with its Presidents' Council yesterday afternoon, the ASUN Conference has announced it is postponing fall competition.
The Flames will have a program-record four players participating in the 2020 U.S. Amateur held this week at the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Bandon, Ore.
Liberty has wrapped up a successful season both on the course and in the classroom by being named to the 2019-20 GCAA Outstanding Team Academic Award list.
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Thanks to two stellar seasons in the ASUN Conference, Liberty's Ervin Chang was one of 20 student-athletes named to the 2011-20 ASUN Men's Golf All-Decade team.
Continuing its strong season both on and off the course, Liberty has placed a record six student-athletes on the 2020 Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar team.
During the Fourth of July holiday weekend, while many were enjoying some summer downtime, two of Liberty's golfers were busy on the course.
After claiming half of the championships during the decade, Liberty's golf team was well represented on the 2010-19 Big South Conference Men's Golf All-Decade Team.
Former Florida Gator and three-time AJGA and Rolex Junior All-American Eugene Hong has been added to the men's golf roster for the 2020-21 season.
After finishing the season as the top ranked program in Virginia, Liberty had three players named to the 2020 VaSID All-State University Division Men's Golf team.
Four members of Liberty's 2019-20 regular season starting lineup were honored earlier today when they were named to the 2020 ASUN Men's Golf All-Conference team.
Despite a shortened season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Liberty had two of its top golfers named to the 2020 GCAA/PING All-America team.
LibertyFlames.com and the men's golf social media accounts continue their series this week by getting to know senior Ervin Chang.