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Men’s Golf

There’s no par for the course when it comes to being a Green Knight golfer. Our coaches help bring out the best in each of our players as they compete for themselves and their teammates.

Coach Tripp Maher led St. Norbert to its first Midwest Conference championship in 2013, and repeated the feat in 2015. The Green Knights competed in the NCAA Division III Championship both years.

The Green Knights compete at Royal St. Patrick’s Golf Links, which challenges even the most seasoned player.

For the most up-to-date information about men’s golf, view our press releases web page.

Next Up …

Men's Golf Day 1
St. Norbert College Invitational
Men's Golf Day 2
St. Norbert College Invitational
Men's Golf vs Day 1
Midwest Conference Championship
Full Schedule & Results

Headlines

ROCKFORD, Ill. - St. Norbert College finished fifth out of 12 teams at the Lake Forest College Spring Invitational at Aldeen Golf Club. The Green Knights finished with a 321 to finish 17 strokes behind champion Elmhurst College's 304. The St. Norbert "B" team finished ninth with a 345. Carthage College's Matt Lynch topped 70 golfers with a 74 to earn medalist honors. Luke… More

Green Knights Top Carroll

BEAVER DAM - St. Norbert College defeated Carroll University 323-350 in a dual-match scoring at Old Hickory Golf Club. St. Norbert had the top seven finishers overall. Tony Arnold and Jonathan Cone finished with the best individual scores, each shooting a 79. Luke Bourneuf, Ben Bobinski and Ian Tisonik each finished with an 80 to tie for third place. Eric Bagg and Luke Karakas… More

WAUKESHA - St. Norbert College finished in sixth place out of 13 teams at the Wisconsin Lutheran College Spring Invitational at Morningstar Golf Club. The Green Knights totaled a 317. Marian University won the team championship with a score of 303. Lake Forest College's Jacob Krugman was the medalist with an even-par 72. A total of 80 golfers competed. Tony Arnold led St.… More