University of Rochester/Golf


The University of Rochester is an NCAA Division III school with an enviable academic reputation and a long and very successful varsity Golf program led by Coach Dan Wesley. U.S. News & World Report ranks the University of Rochester number 34 in the nation overall. Our golf program has been represented in 19 of the last 25 NCAA Division III Championships.

No varsity golf program in the country, regardless of division, has a better home facility than the University of Rochester. We practice and play on the two championship courses at Oak Hill Country Club, which just hosted the 2003 PGA Championship. Oak Hill was also the site of the 1956, 1968, and 1989 U.S. Opens, 1980 PGA, 1984 Senior Open, and the 1995 Ryder Cup Matches. Oak Hill hosted the U.S. Amateur in 1949 and 1998. Imagine playing the world famous East Course during your four years here as your home course.
With a strong tournament schedule on some of the finest courses in the Northeast, such as Taconic, Seven Oaks, Hershey, and Southpointe. Annually, Rochester hosts five of the top ranked Division III teams in the country at the Kravetz Invitational at two Donald Ross courses here in Rochester: Irondequoit and Oak Hill East.

The current roster consists of 9 players ranging from freshman to seniors. For more information on Rochester Athletics and the Rochester Golf team visit

[WWW]University of Rochester Athletics Homepage
[WWW]University of Rochester Golf Homepage