The GCU club golf team participates in the National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA). We play in several regional events per semester with the NCCGA, competing against teams like Arizona State, New Mexico and The Golf Academy of America. Practices are not mandatory but you will want to practice daily with access to the GCU Golf Course. The club golf team seeks to have a great time with friends while winning. Our relaxed schedule means you will have time to play competitive golf without missing any classes.
|Wednesday||01/25/2017||vs||Tournament||Grand Canyon University Golf Course||3:30 pm||TBA|
|Friday||02/10/2017||vs||Tournament||Grand Canyon University Golf Course||3:30 pm||TBA|
|Wednesday||02/22/2017||vs||Tournament||Grand Canyon University Golf Course||4 pm||TBA|
|Saturday||02/25/2017||at||Desert Region Tournament||Prescott, AZ||TBA||1st W|
|Friday||03/03/2017||vs||Tournament||Grand Canyon University Golf Course||4 pm||TBA|
|Friday||03/24/2017||vs||Tournament||Grand Canyon University Golf Course||4 pm||TBA|
|Wednesday||04/05/2017||vs||Tournament||Grand Canyon University Golf Course||4 pm||TBA|
|Sunday||04/09/2017||at||Desert Region Tournament||Oak Creek, Sedona||Tournament||1st W|
|Friday||04/14/2017||at||NCCGA National Championship||Hot Springs, AR||Tournament||2nd W|
John Wasson is in his second season as head golf coach of the GCU club golf team. Coach Wasson looks forward to making an immediate impact and is confident that his teams will compete for club golf national championships through the National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA).
Coach Wasson has more than 25 years of experience of competing and teaching. He has been a volunteer rules official for the Junior Golf Association of Arizona. His most recent position was as an instructor for one of the world’s largest golf schools, Jacobs Golf.
Originally from Colorado, Coach Wasson was a key player on consecutive Denver city high school championship teams. He graduated from Colorado State University in psychology and became a member of the PGA.
Coach Wasson and his wife, Tabbatha, who is originally from Kansas City, have two daughters, Savannah and Zoe.