NORMAN, Okla.—The Arnold Palmer Cup committee recently announced its watchlist, with two Greyhounds being considered to compete in this prestigious event. Keegan Bronnenberg and Anna Kramer were among the few Division II golfers selected on the radar for this year’s Team USA.

The reigning DII Individual National Champion, Bronnenberg sports an impressive 71.5 shot average in five tournaments this season, including three top-five finishes and one victory.

Kramer, meanwhile, is averaging 74.6 in 2021-22 and has ranked T-3 or better in three events. She is currently ranked 12th in the DII Trusted Players Ranking.


The Palmer Cup was co-founded by legendary golfer Arnold Palmer and the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) in 1997. The annual event is a Ryder Cup-style tournament featuring the top men (from 1997) and women (from 2018). ) university/college golfers pitting the United States against a team of international golfers.

The USA and International teams will consist of 12 male golfers and 12 female golfers, with the top six from each side selected using the Arnold Palmer Cup standings. The six remaining players for the United States will be selected using five committee picks and one coach’s pick, with one of the committee picks mandated as a non-Division I golfer.

Final team member selections will be announced the week of May 2. The Arnold Palmer Cup 2022 will be played at the Golf Club de Genève in Switzerland from July 1 to 3, 2022.