Bracket Madness: Where PGA Pros Went To College

Have you caught March Madness?

For the next two weeks, the entire sports world turns its attention to college basketball. Millions of Americans across the country scramble to fill out their bracket, hoping to win their annual office pool and claim college basketball supremacy.

68 teams make up the annual NCAA Tournament bracket. While most PGA professionals are focused on playing well at the Arnold Palmer Invitation this week, some will no doubt have one eye on the madness. Several golfers, in fact, attended many of the schools participating in this year’s tournament. Here’s the list.

PGA Pros: March Madness Alma Maters

Rickie Fowler, Charles Howell III, Hunter Mahan, Bo Van Pelt – Oklahoma State (9 seed, vs. 8 Oregon)

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Jimmy Walker – Baylor University (3 seed, vs. 14 Georgia State)

Ricky Barnes, Jim Furyk, Rory Sabbatini – Arizona (2 seed, vs. 15 Texas Southern)

Harris English, Chris Kirk, Bubba Watson – Georgia (10 seed, vs. 7 Michigan State)

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J.B. Holmes – Kentucky (1 seed, vs. 16 Hampton)

Keegan Bradley – St. John’s (9 seed, vs. San Diego State)

Justin Leonard, Jordan Spieth – Texas (11 seed vs. 6 Butler)

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Graeme McDowell – UAB (14 seed vs. 3 Iowa State)

Jeff Overton – Indiana (10 seed vs. 7 Wichita State)

Gary Woodland – Kansas (2 seed vs. 15 New Mexico State)

Ben Crane – Oregon (8 seed, vs. 9 Oklahoma State)

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