Finley Golf Course served as the host site for the 12-team event Saturday and Sunday, which featured the ACC's four North Carolina state teams: Duke, North Carolina, N.C. State and Wake Forest.
The Blue Devils won the team event, shooting an 8-under-par 856 while WFU was two strokes behind at 858. The Tar Heels placed third with a score of 860 while the Wolfpack finished fourth, shooting an 864.
Duke's Kevin Streelman won the individual race, carding a 7-under-par 209 for the tournament.
UNC's Johno Harris was the top Tar Heel, coming in ninth with an effort of 214.
Other teams in the tournament were Kansas, Minnesota, Colorado and Tulsa. Ten of the 12 teams involved on Saturday and Sunday were ranked in the top 50 in the country.
UNC coach John Inman said he was pleased with the Tar Heels' results against their rival in-state teams.
"They didn't finish the way they wanted to, but I was proud of them," Inman said. "We played three good rounds of golf, and we still came out near the top."
Sunday's windy weather troubled the Tar Heels on the back nine. UNC's Ramon Bescansa bogeyed the last two holes amidst gusty winds and light showers, and he completed his final round 1-over-par 73.
But Inman said the inclement weather didn't play a huge role in his team's performance.