Men’s Golf heads to Chattanooga for the season opener

CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee – The Ole Miss men’s golf team is scheduled to begin its fall season on Monday with the team competing in the Scenic City Invitational. The tournament will run from September 20-21 with a total of three rounds played by each golfer.

Monday September 20 – 36 continuous holes
Tuesday Sept. 21 – 18 holes

Kye Meeks (R-Fr.)

  • Making his college debut after wearing red shirts last season
  • Won the prestigious Cotton States Invitational over the summer
  • SEC 2020-21 First Year Academic Honor Roll
  • Ranked # 1 rookie from Mississippi State
  • Double individual state champion in high school

Jackson suber (Sr.)

  • Ranked # 11 in the PGA TOUR University Rankings
  • Named PING All-American 2020-21 Honorable Mention, becoming the 11th All-American in school history
  • 2021 First Team All-SEC and led the Rebels with an average of 71.70 strokes
  • Won his first two college tournament victories in the 2020-21 season
  • Making his 30th start, playing in every tournament since coming to campus

Sarut Vongchaisit (Sr.)

  • Competed in all nine Rebels 2020-21 tournaments last season
  • Finished the 2020-21 season with an average of 74.22 strokes
  • Compile his best 18-hole round (66) of the 2020-21 season at Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate
  • He makes his 24th career start
  • Recorded nine birdies, a team-high, at the Rebels’ season opener last year, the 2020 Blessings Collegiate Invitational

Evan brown (Gr.)

  • Debuting at Ole Miss after transferring from Loyola, Maryland
  • Honorable Mention PING All-American 2020-21
  • Played in 28 tournaments and posted an academic record of 71.85 strokes average during career
  • Finished the 2020-21 season at Loyola with a 70.90 stroke average, team best, another school record
  • Won two individual tournaments in his time with the Greyhounds

Jack Gnam (Sr.)

  • Average of 73.17 strokes during the 2020-21 season, placing second on the team
  • Had his best result of the 2020-21 campaign at Vanderbilt Legends Collegiate, where he finished tied for 11th with a total of 54 holes (65-70-70-205).
  • His 65 (-6) first round at Vanderbilt Legends Collegiate 2020 was a career low
  • Appearing in his 25th tournament as Rebel
  • Played in eight tournaments in each of his first three seasons on campus

Brett Schell (So.)

  • Averaged 74.19 strokes last year, his first season competing for Ole Miss
  • Paced the Rebels at NCAA Stillwater Regional, tied for 21st at 4 above par (75-71-74-220)
  • Played in all nine tournaments last season
  • Shot a career record of 213 (73-71-69) at Vanderbilt Legends Collegiate 2020, which included his first round in the ’60s as a Rebel
  • Led Ole Miss in her college debut, tied for 34th at the Blessings Collegiate Invitational







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The Honors Course will play from 7,400 yards in par 72. The Honors is a hallowed amateur golf hall hosting several premier events such as the US Amateur, two NCAA Championships as well as several USGA and International events. It was built to honor amateur golf and does not intend to host professional events. This is the third year (non-consecutive) that the event is organized in the specialized course.


“We are extremely excited to start our season”, the head coach Chris Malloy noted. “The guys have worked extremely hard to prepare for this event and are ready to get back to the action. The Honors course is one of the best tests in all of college golf so we’ll know where we are right off the bat. group has a good mix of youth and experience, and I know they will only get better throughout the year. “


As was first announced by PGA TOUR University on September 8, seniors Jackson suber ended up in 11th place in the Velocity world rankings. He is one of four SEC golfers to make the top 15. Suber has now occupied the No. 11 ranking for the first two weeks of the ranking. At the end of the seasons, the top five will become members of the Korn Ferry Tour, while numbers 6 to 15 will become members of an international PGA TOUR circuit. Suber enters his senior campaign after winning the Honorable PING All-American and First Team All-SEC a season ago. His 2020-21 season featured a pair of medalist honors, while leading the team with a 71.70 stroke average.


After being redshirted for the 2020-21 season, Kye Meeks kicked off this fall with an impressive performance in the qualifying team leading up to the tournament. The Walnut, Mississippi native won all four qualifiers to secure his place in the tournament roster. His solid summer play, in which he won the prestigious Cotton States Invitational as well as another tournament at Oxford Country Club, continued into the fall. Meeks committed to Ole Miss as Mississippi State’s # 1 ranked golf rookie after two individual state championships with Walnut High School.


Evan brown may be the newest of the Rebels, but he is one of the most experienced golfers on the team. After graduating from Loyola, Maryland, where he set numerous school records and became an Honorable PING All-American, Brown transferred to Ole Miss for his final season of college golf. Over the course of his career, Brown has competed in 28 tournaments for the Greyhounds. Last season, he averaged 70.90 strokes to beat his own school record. As one of the starting five in his first tournament as a Rebel, Brown adds a veteran presence to the Ole Miss lineup.


Now entering his eighth season as the head of the men’s golf program Ole Miss, Head Coach Chris Malloy is set to lead a promising squad for the 2021-22 season. After a season where Malloy led the Rebels to an appearance in the NCAA Stillwater Regional, as well as coaching an All-American in Jackson suber for the third time in his tenure as the team’s head coach, Malloy is looking to build on that momentum into a new year. As the Rebels’ head coach, Malloy has coached the team to six tag team tournament wins as well as 16 individual tournament titles under his direction, including two last season.


Ole Miss will participate in the Scenic City Invitational for the second time in the school’s history. In 2006, the Rebels were sixth with a team score of 912 (294-305-313).


The Scenic City Invitational marks the first of four tournaments the Rebels will participate in this fall. Next, Ole Miss will travel to Fayetteville, Arkansas for the Blessings Collegiate Invitational (October 4-6) on GOLF Channel. The Rebels will then travel south to Birmingham, Alabama for the SEC Match Play Championship (Oct. 10-12), before concluding their fall campaign in the Bahamas for the White Sands Bahamas Invitational (29- 331 Oct).


For updates throughout the tournament, follow the Rebels on Twitter at @OleMissMGolf. Updates and additional information about the team can be found on Instagram at OleMissMGolf, on Facebook at Ole Miss Men’s Golf and at

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