Played in 10 tournaments with a 75.03 stroke average • took individual title at Barona Collegiate Cup Fall 2015: Had a 76.13 scoring average over eight rounds • low round score was 72 • finished fifth in the Husky Individual Spring 2016: Held a 74.62 stroke average in 21 rounds • played in all eight spring events • had a nine-under tournament score of 207 at Barona Collegiate Cup • shot a 62 in the first round of Barona Collegiate Cup, breaking the program record for low round score • won all four matches at Big Ten Match Play event • tied for 36th at Big Ten Championships (+9).
In 11 tournaments, held a 74.78 stroke average. Fall 2014:Had a 75.60 scoring average over 15 rounds • had one under-par round (70) at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational • top finish was a tie for 37th at the Gopher Invitational, where he played as an individual. Spring 2015: Competed in six spring tournaments with a 74.06 stroke average • finished 36th at the Big Ten Championships (+14) • shot a season-low 69 at The Goodwin • the Gophers' top finisher at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational, tying for 28th.
Placed second at the 2013 Icelandic Match Play Championship • finished the 2013 season as the top-ranked golfer on the Icelandic Elite Tour • season-low round in 2013 was a 7-under 64 • second at the 2012 Icelandic Championship • represented Team Iceland at the 2012 Eisenhower Trophy in Turkey.
Son of Arnor Skulason and Margrjet Thordardottir.
|Year||Tournaments||Rounds||Strokes||Average||-Par||Top-10 Finishes||Low Round|
|Round||62||Borona Collegiate Cup||3/21/16|
|Finish||1st||Barona Collegiate Cup||3/21-22/16|
|Score||207||Barona Collegiate Cup||3/21-22/16|
|Tourn. Score to Par||-9||Barona Collegiate Cup||3/21-22/16|
Gophers Head to Royal Oaks Intercollegiate
The Gophers hit the road once again as they travel to Dallas, Texas for the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate.
Meyer Relishes Role of Captain
The senior from Fargo, N.D., asked for and received a second year as appointed team leader.
Gophers Tie for Eighth at Alister MacKenzie Invite
Justin Doeden tied for 18th, leading Minnesota for the third time this fall.