Had a 76.17 stroke average in two tournaments Fall 2015: Played as Individual at Gopher Invitational • had a 80.67 scoring average over three rounds • tied for 76th in only fall appearance Spring 2016: Played in St. John's Invitational, finishing in a tie for ninth • posted a season-low round score of 69 in the second round of St. John's Invitational.
2014-15 SOPHOMORE SEASON:
Held a 76.86 stroke average in three tournaments. Fall 2014:Played in the Gopher Invitational as an individual and had a score of 233 (+20) • low round was 75. Spring 2015: Competed in two spring tournaments with a 76.25 stroke average • carded a season-low 73 at the Puerto Rico Classic.
Played in three tournaments with a stroke average of 74.10 as a freshman.
Graduated from Winona Senior High School in 2013 • earned all-state honors three times • runner-up at the Minnesota Class 3A tournament as a senior • led the state with a 71.3 scoring average and ranked first in the state by the Coaches Association in 2013 • four-time Big 9 Conference Player of the Year and six-time all-conference performer • also a two-time all-conference basketball player who set a school record with 78 made 3-pointers in a season.
Tied for 19th at the 2012 Minnesota Open • 2011 Winona city and club champion • finished fourth at the 2010 Minnesota Junior PGA Championships.
|Year||Tournaments||Rounds||Strokes||Average||-Par||Top-10 Finishes||Low Round|
|Round||69||St. John's Invitational||4/24/16|
|Finish||T9th||St. John's Invitational||4/24-25/16|
|Score||215||St. John's Invitational||4/24-25/16|
|Tourn. Score to Par||+1||St. John's Invitational||4/24-25/16|
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