Jackson T. Stephens Cup heads to Florida this October

After a successful debut in 2021, The Jackson T. Stephens Cup announced its field earlier this week for the second-year competition being held at Seminole Golf Club, Juno Beach, Fla., Oct. 9 -12. 

The Stephens Cup is a national collegiate golf tournament, named in honor of the late Jackson T. Stephens, the former Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club. 

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The Seminole Golf Club, is just north of West Palm Beach and was designed by Donald Ross. 

“Our goal is to create a distinctive and highly-competitive collegiate tournament that is comprised of tomorrow’s PGA TOUR and LPGA stars playing some of the country’s premier golf courses,” said tournament chairman Warren Stephens in a release. “Dad truly believed that golf instilled life lessons and built character, especially when started young. Therefore, he would be very humbled and proud that this tournament is named in his honor.” 

Women’s teams participating include:

  • Stanford

  • South Carolina

  • Wake Forest

  • Louisiana State

  • Southern Cal.

  • Arkansas

  • Duke

Men’s teams participating include:

  • Oklahoma State 

  • North Carolina

  • Texas

  • Arkansas

  • Notre Dame

  • Stanford

  • Florida State

Individual golfers from the U.S. service academies and Historically Black Colleges and Universities will also be competing.

The three-day competition will be televised live on GOLF Channel.