University of Georgia senior golfer Greyson Sigg has been named to the 2017 Ben Hogan Award watch list.
The Ben Hogan Award is presented annually to the top college golfer taking into account all collegiate and amateur competitions during the past 12-month period.
The list of 10 semifinalists will be unveiled April 12. On May 3, that group will be pared down to three finalists. The finalists will attend a black-tie banquet at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, May 22, before the PGA Tour’s Dean & DeLuca Invitational, where the winner will be crowned.
Sigg was an All-America and All-SEC selection following the 2015-16 season. Serving as team captain, he paced the Bulldogs during the fall portion of the 2016-17 campaign with a scoring average of 69.58 and top-10 finishes in three of the four tournaments. Sigg finished a career-best 12-under in two events and fired a personal-best 7-under in the Ka’anapali Collegiate.
The 2017 Ben Hogan Award watch list, as determined by the award’s subcommittee, includes Sigg, Sam Burns of LSU, Cameron Champ from Texas A&M, Wyndham Clark of Oregon, Sean Crocker from Southern California, Jared du Toit of Arizona State, Jorge Garcia from Florida, Doug Ghim of Texas, Gavin Hall from Texas, Nick Hardy of Illinois, Rico Hoey from Southern California, Sam Horsfield of Florida, Viktor Hovland from Oklahoma State, Will Long of Auburn, Patrick Martin from Vanderbilt, Maverick McNealy of Stanford, Dylan Meyer from Illinois, Collin Morikawa of California, John Oda from UNLV, Chandler Phillips of Texas A&M, Doc Redman from Clemson, Scottie Scheffler of Texas, Matthias Schwab from Vanderbilt, Jimmy Stanger of Virginia, Sam Stevens from Oklahoma State, Braden Thornberry of Ole Miss, Alejandro Tosti from Florida and Will Zalatoris of Wake Forest.
Past Hogan Award winners include Georgia’s Chris Kirk in 2007.
Sigg and his Georgia teammates will resume the 2016-17 schedule on February 19-21 in the Puerto Rico Classic.