What is the Haskins Award?

The Haskins Award is an annual award given to the most outstanding male collegiate golfer in the United States.

More about the Haskins Award

The award is named after Fred Haskins, a golf enthusiast and writer who covered the sport for several decades.

The award was first presented by the Haskins Commission, which is made up of golf experts, coaches, and members of the media, in 1971.

The Haskins Award is considered one of the most prestigious awards in college golf.

The recipient is determined by a combination of individual tournament performance, golf statistics, and coaches' recommendations.

Some notable past recipients include Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Justin Thomas, Patrick Cantlay, Luke Donald, Matt Kuchar, Charles Howell III, Matthew Wolff,  Ben Crenshaw and Curtis Strange.