Stanford women's golf

Inspiring excellence in




2023 NCAA Semifinalists and No. 1 seed at the conclusion of strokeplay
2022 NCAA Team Champions
2015 NCAA Team Champions
Perennial post-season contenders and back-to-back seasons ending the year as the No. 1 team in the country
Stanford is the only team to advance to the match play portion of every NCAA Championship since 2015.
Rachel Heck and Rose Zhang both won an NCAA Individual Title, NCAA Player of the Year, NCAA Freshman of the Year, and the Annika Award during their freshman campaigns (2021 and 2022, respectively).
2023 NCAA Pullman Regional Champions. Tied Stanford Women's Golf program record with a combined 54-hole team total of 50-under par (814)
Rose Zhang became the first women's golfer in NCAA history to win back-to-back NCAA individual champion titles (2022, 2023).


Stanford women golfers have produced an incredible:

Including 3 All-Americans in the 2022-2023 season
Mickey Wright - 13-time Major Champion
Hilary Lunke - US Women's Open Champion (2003)
Mhairi McKay - 2-time member of Team Europe in the Solheim Cup (2002, 2003)
Anne Sander - 3-time USGA Women’s Amateur Champion (1958, 1961, 1963)
Mariah Stackhouse - 4-time All-American (2013-2016)
Casey Danielson - Dinah Shore Trophy Winner (2017)
Albane Valenzuela - 2-time Olympian (Rio 2016, Tokyo 2020)
Andrea Lee - McCormack Medal Winner for World's Top Ranked Amateur Golfer (2019)
Angelina Ye - USGA Girls' Junior Champion (2019)
Aline Krauter - R&A Women's Amateur Champion (2020)
Rachel Heck - NCAA Individual Champion, NCAA Player of the Year, Annika Award Winner (2021)
Rose Zhang - NCAA Individual Champion, NCAA Player of the Year, Annika Award Winner (2022 & 2023), 2021 U.S. Girls' Junior Champion, and 2020 U.S. Women's Amateur Champion


Choosing Stanford is not a four-year decision; it is a forty-year decision.
Stanford is the top-ranked university among the Power 5 Conferences
Ziyi Wang ('20), Rhodes Scholar, graduated with a BA in History (French minor) and a Masters in International Policy.

Stanford Academics

  • 7,000- Undergraduate population
  • 5:1- Student to faculty ratio
  • 17- Nobel laureates currently members of Stanford community
  • 68%- Classes with 19 or fewer students
  • 63- Billion dollar startup founders produced by Stanford
  • 65- Majors offered
Stanford is the heartbeat of Silicon Valley. Companies founded by Stanford community members include Google, HP, PayPal, Instagram, SnapChat, WhatsApp, Netflix, YouTube, and Yahoo, to name a few.
Stanford Golf's Academic Achievements


Siebel Varsity Golf Complex

  • Located on campus; less than a mile from the Main Quad
  • Exclusive to the men's and women's golf teams
  • 22 acres
  • 6 practice greens and short game areas
  • 20,000 sq. ft. putting green
  • 3 teeing areas
  • Covered hitting bay
  • Club fitting station
  • First and only University to install TrackMan Range
  • Individual TrackMan, GCQuad, and iPads available for team use
  • Open 365 days a year
  • Limitless practice options
Wide variety of short game areas
Endless scenarios to create
Full equipment support and regular on-campus fittings from TaylorMade Golf.
TrackMan Range provides instantaneous feedback on golf shots hit from anywhere on the facility.
Covered hitting bay on the 22-acre Siebel Varsity Golf Training Complex
4 hitting stations and a WellPutt station
Workout space and club fitting area
The Siebel Varsity Golf Training Complex is the premiere on-campus collegiate facility in the United States.

Siebel Varsity Clubhouse

Kitchen and lounge area make the clubhouse a home away from home
Fully equipped locker room
Study/conference room


Championship Golf at Home

Designed in 1930 by renowned architects William Bell and George Thomas, the Stanford Golf Course is located in the foothills on the west side of campus.
The golf course provides a challenging test while affording beautiful views of the surrounding area.
Stanford Golf Course is home to the annual Stanford Intercollegiate Presented by Dr. Condoleezza Rice.
Stanford Golf team members often enjoy a home course advantage in the NCAA Regional Championships, as Stanford GC frequently plays host to post-season play.

Strength and Conditioning

  • State-of-the-art fitness facility
  • Golf-team dedicated strength coach leads team in workouts three mornings per week
  • Golf specific training emphasizes safety, mobility, stability, and power
  • Individualized strength programs are customized to each player's needs
  • Athlete fueling station available for pre- and post-workout nutritional needs


Cardinal greats


Cardinal Life

Stanford opened in 1891 and is composed of more than 8,000 acres in Northern California's Bay Area
The average high temperature is 73°F
Bicycles are the most popular mode of transport on campus
Stanford is located just 35 minutes by train to iconic San Francisco
Lively downtown Palo Alto, buzzing with restaurants, shopping, and coffee shops, is minutes away from campus

Home Sweet Home

  • 97% of undergraduates live on campus all four years, fostering a vibrant, close-knit community
  • There are more than 80 diverse housing options
  • Freshman roommates are determined by an in-depth personality matching process
  • Student-athletes are immersed with the rest of the undergraduate population, thereby forging connections and relationships all across campus
  • Stanford Dining provides award-winning, globally-inspired meals across eight different dining halls and dozens of retail locations on campus
A few of the many campus housing choices include freshman halls, culturally themed homes, and single apartment style living.
Stanford Dining prides itself on high quality and diverse food options with a specialty in allergy-sensitive options