About the only thing the perennial powerhouse Bulldogs haven't done is produce a player who's won at Augusta National, which is just 100 miles east of Athens. But the way things are going at Georgia, that'll probably happen sooner than later. Georgia has won two of the last nine NCAA titles (2005, 1999) and four of the last eight SEC championships (2006 was the most recent).
This season's team could be the best yet; the Bulldogs are ranked first in the country and are led by a dynamic duo of homegrown freshman. Harris English, from Thomasville, Ga., is ranked third in the nation; Russell Henley, above, from Macon, is ninth. Coach Chris Haack lures recruits with his team's $1.2 million indoor practice facility; a $600,000 private team clubhouse replete with a lounge, kitchen computer work stations and leather sofas; and the stout 7,240-yard, par-71 Robert Trent Jones-designed Georgia Golf Course.