Northern Kentucky University head coach Daryl Landrum announces the 2017-18 men’s golf schedule, which features competition from Power 5 programs as well as a trip to The Greenbrier in West Virginia.

Schedule Overview
· For the second-straight year, Northern Kentucky kicks off its 2017-18 slate with the Turning Stone-Tiger Intercollegiate, which is hosted by Missouri at Turning Stone Resort in Verona, New York. The Tigers host the tournament Sept. 4-5.
· Regional tournaments at Marshall (Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational) and Eastern Kentucky (EKU Raising Canes Intercollegiate) follow each of the next two weeks, respectively.
· Then, Northern Kentucky plays host to the NKU Fall Classic to close out September.
· The fall slate concludes with three more regional events, as NKU travels to tournaments hosted by Cleveland State (Oct. 2-3), Dayton (Oct. 16-17) and Middle Tennessee (Oct. 30).
· Competitive action resumes in the spring at The Invitational at Savannah Harbor, a collegiate event held in Savannah, Georgia, on Feb. 17-18.
· The Norse then head west for the Jackrabbit Invitational, held March 9-10 in Las Vegas by South Dakota State.
· A trip up I-75 to Dayton for the Wright State Invitational is on the docket for April 2-3.
· The regular season concludes with the prestigious Greenbrier Collegiate Invitational, marking the second time in the last three years NKU has participated. Northern Kentucky was originally scheduled to play in the tournament last year, but it was canceled after torrential rains flooded the course and forced major renovations.
· NKU then heads to Mission Inn and Resort in Howey-In-The-Hills, Florida, for the Horizon League Championship, which is set to be contested April 22-24.

NKU Fall Classic
· Elks Run Golf Course in Batavia, Ohio, hosts the third-straight edition of the event.
· Following a practice round on Sept. 23, the 54-hole event will be played Sept. 24-25.
· Currently, 13 different schools are on the entrant list, marking the largest NKU Fall Classic in the last three years.

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Bryan McEldowney
Assistant Athletic Director