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Dave Williams: The Father Of College Golf

Dave Williams: The Father of College Golf “All I’ve ever tried to do besides win is raise college golf to a higher level of appreciation. I wanted us to be recognized as athletes, because that’s what we are.” – Dave Williams Former UH golf coach Dave Williams is considered the “Father of College Golf.” And for good reason: his teams won: 16 national titles. 14 conference titles. 340 tournaments, and he coached 41 All-Americans.  Dave Williams’ resume as the University of Houston golf coach is literally unmatched in all of…

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All America Intercollegiate Invitational – Gallery 2

Coach Dave Williams built the All America Intercollegiate Invitational into a powerhouse college golf tournament. With his organization, showmanship, and ability to generate publicity, he turned the AAII into a marquee event for the City of Houston. Enjoy this look back at the AAII. The 2017 All America Intercollegiate begins Friday at the Golf Club of Houston. View Gallery 1 here.

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All America Intercollegiate Invitational – Gallery 1

Coach Dave Williams built the All America Intercollegiate Invitational into a powerhouse college golf tournament. With his organization, showmanship, and ability to generate publicity, he turned the AAII into a marquee event for the City of Houston. Enjoy this look back at the AAII. The 2017 All America Intercollegiate begins Friday at the Golf Club of Houston. Click the photos to see them in the lightbox. Also see: Gallery 2. Don’t miss Gallery 2.     – GO COOGS –

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Golf Club of Houston: The Home of Cougar Golf

  The Tournament Course at The Golf Course of Houston   The Golf Club of Houston (GCOH) and the Tournament Course are the home of the Houston Cougar Golf Teams as well as the Shell Houston Open   Tournament Course The 7,422 yard course is a Rees Jones/David Toms design and hosts the PGA Tour each spring. The course has received stellar reviews from Tour players on a yearly basis. Today, the SHO is the lead-in to the Masters each Spring.   GCOH transforms the Tournament Course each winter in…

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Cougars in the Majors

Twenty-two times a Cougar has been named a major champion — or finished runner-up in a major. Explore the many wins and close calls here. From 1987 until 1996, a former Cougar golfer was in the final two men left standing. As UHCougarGolf.com expands, we will go in-depth to look at these championships.

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Dave Williams Golf Academy

  Dave Williams Golf Academy  The Dave Williams Golf Academy (DWGA) is a game-changing training facility built exclusively for University of Houston Golf Teams. Located at the Golf Club of Houston, the DWGA adds yet another outlet for the UH players to excel. The Academy was named in honor of former UH golf coach Dave Williams, the father of college golf.  The Golf Academy houses four indoor/outdoor hitting bays with the latest technology. The facility also has a Launch Monitor for players to practice length, dispersion and trajectories of any shot. The…

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Cougar Golf: 16-Time National Champs!

COUGAR NATIONAL TITLES 1956 • 1957 • 1958 • 1959 • 1960 • 1962 • 1964 • 1965 • 1966 • 1967 • 1969 • 1970 • 1977 • 1982 • 1984 • 1985   National Runner Up: 1963, 1968, 1971, 1972   Individual National Champions: Rex Baxter, 1957  NYT Article Phil Rodgers – 1958 Dick Crawford – 1959 Dick Crawford – 1960 Kermit Zarley – 1962 Marty Fleckman – 1965 John Mahaffey – 1970 Billy Ray Brown – 1982   to be continued … 

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