2012 PGA Jones Cup

2012 Campbell University PGA Jones Cup team
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Campbell University won the PGA Jones Cup for a record-tying third time and by a whopping 17-shot margin.
By
The PGA of America

Series: PGA Feature

Published: Wednesday, November 07, 2012 | 1:28 p.m.

2012 PGA Jones Cup presented by Golf Pride
When:
Nov. 13–14
Where: PGA Golf Club, Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Defending Champion: North Carolina State
Format: The 36-hole tournament features the top five players from each PGA Golf Management University. All participating schools are accredited by The PGA of America to offer the 4 1/2 to 5-year PGA Golf Management University Program for aspiring PGA Professionals.
What's at Stake: Possession of the Jones Cup
2011: Relive North Carolina State's victory

Who's in the field: Full list of players and teams (.pdf) 
Photo Galleries: Monday/Tuesday | Wednesday

WEDNESDAY: Campbell University runs away to third victory
Senior-laden Campbell University of Buies Creek, N.C., closed with a final-round 6-under-par 282 for a 569 total to defeat runner-up New Mexico State by a whopping 17 shots. With the victory, Campbell claimed its third PGA Jones Cup title in the past six years, tying Mississippi State for the most championships in tournament history.

TUESDAY: Campbell leads New Mexico State after first round
Campbell University of Buies Creek, N.C., turned in an impressive opening-round 1-under-par 287 Tuesday at PGA Golf Club's Wanamaker Course to grab the first-round lead. The Fighting Camels hold an eight-stroke lead over New Mexico State University, which totaled a 295. The University of Central Oklahoma stands in third at 299, while defending champion North Carolina State University is tied for fourth with Coastal Carolina University at 304.

PREVIEW COVERAGE
Defending champ N.C. State leads 20 PGA PGM teams into 11th PGA Jones Cup

Reigning Champion North Carolina State University, of Raleigh, N.C., will bid for a second consecutive title against a field of 19 other college programs. The challenging teams this year range from Arizona State and Clemson to Methodist and Penn State.

Himebaugh and Mokary add female touch to field at 11th PGA Jones Cup
With 20 teams representing PGA Golf Management universities nationwide, the 11th PGA Jones Cup presented by Golf Pride will kick off Tuesday. The 36-hole tournament will feature 100 players (five from each college), with the team from Florida State University showcasing the two females in the field -- local products Lauren Himebaugh of Palm City and Chelsea Mokary of Lake Worth.