The Columbus State men's golf team will resume the 2015-16 season hoping to continue the hot start from the fall.
The 22nd-ranked Cougars played in four events in the fall, winning the Aflac/Cougar Invitational and finishing third in the UIS Island Getaway in Puerto Rico.
Each of the four spring events are ones that CSU is familiar with, having played last year.
CSU will start at the Matlock Collegiate Classic on Feb. 8-9 at the Lone Palm Golf Club in Lakeland, Fla. CSU finished 10th last season.
CSU won't play again for over a month, returning on Match 13-15 for the Southeastern Collegiate at Kinderlou in Valdosta, Ga.
The Cougars play again the following week on March 21-22 at the Bobcat Invitational at the Golf Club at Cuscowilla, which is on Lake Oconee at Eatonton, Ga.
CSU will play for a third straight week, on March 28-29, at the Bearcat Classic at the Greenwood Country Club in Greenwood, S.C.
The Peach Belt Conference championship will be hosted by Flagler on April 15-17 at World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla.
Robert Mize (Brookstone) returns for his senior season. Mize finished third in the Aflac/Cougar Invitational. Last season, he had a second, a third and a sixth.
Freshman Zac Shellnutt (Northside) also joins the roster.
Five for the Lady Cougars
The Lady Cougars have five events scheduled for the spring portion of its schedule.
CSU will start on Feb. 7-8 at the World Golf Invitational at the World Golf Village.
The Lady Cougars will return home to host an event two weeks later on Feb. 21-22 with the 2016 Lady Cougar Classic at the Country Club of Columbus.
CSU will play in the Armstrong Pirate Women's Invitational on Feb. 29-March 1 at the Savannah Quarters Country Club Pooler, Ga.
After a few weeks off, CSU returns for the Samford Intercollegiate on March 21-22 at the Hoover (Ala.) Country Club.
The Lady Cougars wrap up the regular season at the UWG Women's Invitational at Sunset Hills Country Club in Carrollton, Ga.
The women's PBC championship will also be held April 15-17 at World Golf Village.
CSU played in four events in the fall with its best showing a fifth-place finish at the LeeAnn Noble Memorial.
Hannah Holland (Northside) and Sarah Grace Drop (Pacelli) helped lead the Lady Cougars.