The 2019-20 college golf season was unique to say the least.

The coronavirus pandemic forced the NCAA to cancel all spring and winter championships, making what might’ve been a season to remember one we’ll never forget, for all the wrong reasons.

Despite the lack of an adequate finale, there is some good news for college golfers. The NCAA granted another year of eligibility to all spring athletes, and despite the shortened season the Haskins Award Presented by Stifel is still being given to the player of the year in college men’s golf, as selected by college golfers, coaches and members of the college golf media. Voting runs April 7-21 on the award’s website with the winner earning an exemption to the 2020 Military Tribute at the Greenbrier.

Players are listed alphabetically.

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Golfweek Men’s Rankings:
 Team | Individual

John Augenstein, Vanderbilt

Golfweek/Sagarin Ranking: 7
Golfstat Ranking: 2
Scoring Average: 69.76

After finishing runner-up at the 2019 U.S. Amateur, Augenstein entered his senior year with high expectations. He delivered with two top-three finishes to start the season at the Nike Golf Collegiate and Crooked Stick Collegiate and ended his college career with a win at the Desert Mountain Intercollegiate.

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