Warren Schutte was one of the first top recruits in UNLV men's golf history and won the 1991 NCAA title while playing for the Rebels. The victory secured a spot in The Masters and many other accolades.
Other top recruits followed Schutte to UNLV, including Chris Riley, Ryan Moore, Adam Scott and Jeremy Anderson. UNLV won the 1998 NCAA team title, and many credit Schutte's decision to be a Rebel as a main reason for that monumental victory.
Schutte played on the PGA Tour, including in the 1993 and 2010 tournaments held in Las Vegas. Following his playing career, Schutte created a Players Academy in Arizona that annually turns out top juniors and amateurs, including his daughter, Abbey, who plays at Arkansas.
Schutte now joins several fellow UNLV golfers and a coach in the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame.