PHOENIX, Ariz. (November 4, 2021) – Commitments have piled in for the 2021 Patriot All-America Invitational collegiate golf tournament, to be played at The Wigwam Golf Club in Litchfield Park, Ariz., December 27-31. – both men and women will be competing in this year’s event.

2021 U.S. Amateur Champion James Piot of Michigan State, Kyle Hogan from Texas Tech University, Johnny Keefer from Baylor University, and Nick Lyerly from UNC Greensboro along with Ashley Lau from the University of Michigan, Celina Sattelkau from Vanderbilt University, and recent East Lake Cup individual medalist Rina Tatematsu from Oklahoma State University highlight the golfers already committed to the 2021 Patriot All-America.

According to the latest World Amateur Golf Rankings, Ryan Hall from the University of South Carolina (ranked 19th) is the highest-ranked player in the men’s field. Louise Duncan from the University of Stirling in Scotland (ranked 40th) is the highest-ranked player in the women’s field currently. The World Amateur Golf Ranking ranks the top amateur golfers in the world based on their average performances in counting events on a rolling cycle over the previous 104 weeks.

Competitive rounds for the 2021 Patriot All America will be played on December 29, 30, and 31 with a champion crowned at approximately 4 pm on New Year’s Eve. Throughout the competition, each competitor will honor a fallen soldier from one of the six military branches by carrying a custom PING golf bag with the individual’s name and rank embroidered onto it.

Competitors carry custom PING golf bags with the name and rank of a fallen soldier to honor throughout the event.
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Compeitors walk down the fairway with their custom bags honoring fallen soldiers.
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Invitations to The Patriot All-America are primarily based on individuals earning PING All-America honors the previous season in NCAA Divisions I, II and III as well as the NAIA and NJCAA Divisions I and II. Additionally, a member from each of the nation’s military academies are invited as well as GCAA national award recipients, members of the most recent Arnold Palmer Cup Teams and AJGA All-Americans, and Toyota Junior Golf World Cup participants currently enrolled in their freshman year of college. Below is a list of currently committed players and their respective WAGR ranks:

Current Men’s Field


Current Women’s Field


Mason Andersen87
Colter BacaNA
Christian Banke296
Albert Boneta195
Pietro Bovari170
Dan Bradbury139
Keegan Bronnenberg612
Evan Brown254
Hayden Carner1344
Davis Chatfield149
Sam Choi13
Tucker Clark626
Kiko Coelho1137
Reid Davenport129
Mason Domecq1613
CJ Easley212
Mats Ege77
Hunter Eichhorn252
Chris Francoeur198
Luke Gifford223
Mark Goetz148
Drew Goodman534
Youssef Guezzale263
Ryan Hall20
Nick HedmanNA
Zach Heffernan1334
Allan Hill1170
Will Hocker1200
Kyle Hogan79
Cooper Hrabak4140
Piercen Hunt462
Thomas Hutchison158
Tyler Isenhart1276
Palmer Jackson102
Leo Johansson702
Johnny Keefer66
Taichi Kho247
Eddy Lai249
Jackson Lawlor1685
Bryce Lewis83
Oliver Lewis-Perkins4472
Teddy Lin286
Andy Lopez221
Nick Lyerly74
Garrett Martin164
Samual McKenzie505
Maxwell Moldovan55
William Moll76
Jimmy MortonNA
William Mouw57
Corey Neville2188
Jay Nimmo2140
Harrison Ott143
Leo Oyo98
Ben Partridge717
Jacob Pedersen1553
James Piot59
Ruan Pretorius994
Charlie Reiter239
Matthew Riedel213
Michael Sakane230
Max SchwarzNA
Matt Sharpstene110
Chase Sienkiewicz291
Logan Smith904
Tommy Stephenson182
Jared StratheNA
Troy Taylor854
Blake Tomlinson216
Cohen Trolio169
Jackson Van Paris112
Evan Vo2107
Joey Vrzich28
Jack Wall279
Tyler Wilkes193
Jordan Wilson1648
Trey Winstead84
Addie Baggarly142
Rosie Belsham200
Brooke Biermann719
Penny Brown323
Briana Chacon104
Jillian Drinkard1210
Louise Duncan40
Sadie Englemann174
Ellen Hume141
Sabrina Iqbal194
Julia Johnson20
Gurleen Kaur83
Ashley Lau67
Cynthia Lu36
Lorna McClymont281
Ashley Menne144
Mychael O’Berry147
Madison O’DellNA
Natasha Andrea Oon208
Ashleigh Park253
Gracie Parrott1788
Valery Plata52
Calynne Rosholt1214
Celina Sattelkau72
Katherine Schuster1040
Aneka Seumanutafa58
Ivy Shepherd128
Zoe Slaughter407
Britta Snyder170
Shauna SnyderNA
Rina Tatematsu65
Lorena Tseng93
Alden Wallace319

Current PGA Tour stars who have played in The Patriot All-America Invitational during their college careers include Brooks Koepka (2011), Justin Thomas (2011), Daniel Berger (2012), Bryson DeChambeau (2013), Cameron Champ (2014, 2016), and Collin Morikawa (2015).

Past Patriot All-America champions include Graysen Huff from Auburn University (2020), Noah Norton from Georgia Tech University (2019), Isaiah Jackson from the University of Memphis (2018), Mason Overstreet from the University of Arkansas (2017), Cameron Champ from Texas A&M (2016), and Braden Thornberry from the University of Mississippi (2015).

2021 marks eleven years of the Patriot All-America and it continues to receive tremendous community support from a variety of local businesses and organizations including The Thunderbirds, host organization of the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

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