The event gets underway Friday afternoon with the 13 teams participating in practice rounds.
The tournament gets underway Saturday at 12 noon, and resumes Sunday at 8 a.m.
"We are looking forward to the tournament," UNC-Pembroke golf coach John Haskins said.
UNC-Pembroke is one of the 13 teams participating, along with Catawba College, Newberry, Queens College, Presbyterian College, Tusculum, Wingate College, Belmont Abbey, USC-Aiken, Coker College, Barton College, Longwood College, St. Andrews College, and Pfeiffer College.
Several of the teams are ranked among the top forty teams in the nation.
USC-Aikens is ranked as the No. 2 team in the nation. Pfeiffer is ranked 12th, Presbyterian is 30th, Coker is 39th, Tusculum 47th, and UNC-Pembroke is ranked 68th.
"In only two years, this has become one of the top collegiate golf tournaments around," Haskins said.
"The folks in Elizabethtown and White Lake do a tremendous job with this event," he said.
"All the teams look forward to returning to White Lake each year," Haskins said. "The sponsors there do a great job making this one of the best tournaments in the nation."
Progress Energy is the key sponsor for the tournament