Texas Wesleyan University's Ricky Dotson and Matthew Killam are set to represent the United States of America at this week's 2016 World University Championships in Brive, France.
The event is being held at the Golf Club de Brive Planchetorte June 23-26. Dotson, who serves as Associate Head Golf Coach at Texas Wesleyan, will lead the U.S. team, while Killam, a rising senior, is one of three players on the team.
Opening Ceremonies for the tournament are scheduled for 6:30 p.m. local time on Wednesday (Brive is seven hours ahead of Central Daylight Time). The tournament, featuring teams from 21 nations, will tee-off at 6:30 a.m. on Thursday. Play will consist of four rounds and a total of 72 holes. Each three-man team will drop its highest score each day. On Sunday, one team champion, as well as one individual champion, will be decided.
Results of each round can be found here on the Championships' official website. Fans can also follow the World University Golf Championships on Twitter (@WUCGolf2016) and Facebook.
The World University Championships are part of the events of the International University Sports Federation. The event is organized in every even-numbered year. Golf was first introduced to the event in 1986, making 2016 the 16th World University Golf Championship.
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