In 2018, Kansas opened its new state-of-the-art golf facility, a 30-acre property that has all the bells and whistles.
For on-course performance, The Jayhawk Club includes a large indoor short game area, seven hitting bays and a trackman simulator. Additionally, the private clubhouse for the men’s and women’s program also includes team-specific lounges, locker rooms and coaches offices.
The outdoor practice complex includes zoysia, bent and artificial turf teeing areas, allowing players to practice for upcoming tournaments from different wind directions and grasses. There are four greens, including a large private putting green and The Baby Jay. The Baby Jay is an 18-hole short course played throughout three large short game areas. The tees stay the same every day, yet the hole locations change. The Baby Jay enables players to see a wide variety of shots and post a competitive score every day.
Here’s a look at more college golf practice facilities.