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2013-2014 Georgia Bulldogs

Back row: Michael Cromie, Joey Garber, Sam Straka, Sepp Straka, Nicholas Reach, Keith Mitchell and Mookie DeMoss. Front row: Parker Derby, Greyson Sigg, Branson Davis, Lee McCoy and Jaime Lopez Rivarola.

Name Class Michael Cromie Senior Branson Davis Freshman Mookie DeMoss Junior Parker Derby Freshman Joey Garber Senior Jaime Lopez Rivarola Freshman Lee McCoy Sophomore Keith Mitchell Senior Nicholas Reach Junior Greyson Sigg Freshman Sam Straka Junior Sepp Straka Junior Head Coach: Chris Haack (18th Season)

Height 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-9 5-8 5-11 6-1 5-11 5-6 5-11 6-3 • Assistant

Weight Exp. Hometown 150 3L Cary, N.C. 150 HS McKinney, Texas 170 2L Duluth, Ga. 150 HS Columbus, Ga. 180 2L Petoskey, Mich. 170 HS Buenos Aires, Argentina 135 1L Clarkesville, Ga. 180 3L Chattanooga, Tenn. 145 2L Moscow, Pa. 165 HS Augusta, Ga. 175 2L Valdosta, Ga. 220 2L Valdosta, Ga. Coach: Jim Douglas (13th Season)

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Table Of Contents Team Photo, Roster..........................................................IFC Table Of Contents.................................................................1 2013-2014 Season Outlook...................................................2 2013-2014 Tournaments.........................................................3 Head Coach/Director Of Golf Chris Haack ���������������������4-5 Associate Head Coach Jim Douglas.....................................5 Michael Cromie......................................................................6 Joey Garber.............................................................................7 Georgia’s All-Americans......................................................20 Keith Mitchell..........................................................................8 Georgia’s Lettermen............................................................21 Mookie DeMoss, Support Staff.............................................9 Southeastern Conference..............................................22-23 Nicholas Reach.....................................................................10 Amateur Success..................................................................24 Sam Straka...........................................................................11 International Competition..................................................25 Sepp Straka, Lee McCoy......................................................12 Georgia’s History............................................................26-27 Branson Davis, Parker Derby, Jaime Lopez Rivarola �������13 Professional Bulldogs...................................................28-IBC Greyson Sigg, Quick Facts...................................................14 2013-2014 Schedule............................................................BC 2012-2013 Notes, Statistics.................................................15

Photography: John Kelley, Todd Drexler, Dan Evans,

Georgia’s Year-By-Year Results......................................16-17 Phillip Faulkner, Getty Images, Evan Stichler, Wes Georgia’s Records................................................................18 Blankenship, Steven Colquitt, Brian Tirpak, University of 1999 And 2005 NCAA Champions.....................................19 Minnesota, Evey Wilson and Todd Van Emst. Design And Content: Steven Colquitt. Printing: EBSCO Media, Birmingham, Ala. About This Guide: The 2005 edition was chosen No. 1 in the nation among men’s golf media guides by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). The 1994 and 1995 editions were chosen third-best in the nation by CoSIDA, and the 1993 cover was recognized as No. 1 in the nation by CoSIDA.

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2013-2014 Outlook Chris Haack is entering his 18th season as the head coach of the Georgia men’s golf team. On the eve of that campaign, he answered several questions about his program. Heading into the season, what are your initial thoughts about your team? “We’ve got some pretty talented guys. All of these guys can play and they can help us. Our qualifying rounds (for the five lineup spots) are going to be intense. I think we have a team that will compete hard and will not be satisfied with just being close. These guys want to win every time they step on the course. With any season, there is excitement and anticipation. We’re anxious to tee it up and watch this team build its own unique identity. “I think we stack up pretty well against anybody in the country. There’s an ebb and flow to golf. Sometimes you play well and other times it’s not so good. We have to find that consistency to put ourselves in position to win. But there’s no doubt that top to bottom we have talent.” What do you expect on and off the course from the senior class of Michael Cromie, Joey Garber and Keith Mitchell? “We expect our veterans to perform like veterans. They’ve been through the big tournaments at this level, so they know what it takes.You always lean on your older guys, especially coming out of the gate. For these seniors, it’s their time to be shining and leading.” The other part of that bookend is you’ve got four freshmen in Branson Davis, Parker Derby, Jaime Lopez Rivarola and Greyson Sigg. What do you envision their role being? “There is a transition that comes with college golf and learning the aspects of team golf. Our freshmen will make that transition this year. They are very talented players and they’re not coming in thinking they have to take a backseat to the older guys. They are going to try to push the old boys out of the way and help us.” You also have juniors Mookie DeMoss, Nicholas Reach, Sam Straka and Sepp Straka and sophomore Lee McCoy, all of whom have experience at the collegiate level. “We have a lot of depth and we have a lot of guys who can play. It’s going to be very competitive for the five spots, and it won’t surprise me who gets in because everyone on this roster is good. Nothing is going to be given to anyone. But any great team has to have a couple of guys step up and lead, a couple of guys

Coach Chris Haack with senior captain Joey Garber. Below, junior Sam Straka.

who can step up and become First-Team All-Americans.” What are your thoughts on your schedule? “Week in and week out, we are going to see the best that the country has to offer. We’re going to see SEC teams everywhere we go and we’re going to see the other big boys each tournament. I think we stack up well pretty much against everybody all across the country. And by seeing these teams, we’ll know exactly where we stand, especially as we work toward the championship part of the schedule. But I don’t see any reason why we can’t make a run at it this year.” The last two years have been a little difficult, haven’t they? Georgia was fourth in the SECs and 17th in the NCAAs in 2012 and ninth in the SECs and 19th in the NCAAs in 2013. “Those finishes are not what we are accustomed to, and we need to change that this season. This team has set its goals high, and there’s no reason we can’t achieve them. I’m through with the phase of trying to get a little better and trying to keep ourselves in the hunt. Now I’m in the phase where I want these guys to be prepared and show the progress they’ve made. I want us to go into every tournament knowing we can win.” What is the primary message you’ve given to your players? “I want them to go out and play the best they can, to shoot as low as they can, to save as many shots as they can to help this team. I want guys who will give 100 percent every time they hit a shot or play a tournament. I expect nothing less than that kind of effort everyday.”

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2013-2014 Tournaments Linger Longer Invitational Dates................................................March 22-23, 2014 Site............................................................. Eatonton, Ga. Hosts ����������������������������� Mercer and Kennesaw State Course ������������������������������������������Reynolds Plantation Field ����������������������Georgia, Kennesaw State, Mercer, Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma, North Florida, Michigan State, Furman, Southern Miss, Chattanooga, Charlotte, Liberty,Yale 2013 Team Winner ����������������������������������������� Alabama 2013 Medalist......................Cory Whitsett, Alabama 2013 UGA Finish ������������������������������������������� 5th of 14 2013 UGA Individual ����������������Nicholas Reach, 2nd

Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic Dates....................................................... Sept. 6-8, 2013 Site......................................................... Rocky Face, Ga. Host...........................................................Georgia Tech Course..........................................The Farm Golf Club Field ������������������������� Georgia, Auburn, Chattanooga, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Kennesaw State, LSU, Middle Tennessee State, North Carolina, North Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Wake Forest 2012 Team Winner �����������������������������������������������Texas 2012 Medalist............................Brandon Stone, Texas 2012 UGA Finish ������������������������������������������ 2nd of 13 2012 UGA Individual ����������������������� T.J. Mitchell, 2nd Collegiate Challenge Cup Dates.................................................. Sept. 20-22, 2013 Site.......................................................... Nashville, Tenn. Host........................................... The GC of Tennessee Course �������������������������������������� The GC of Tennessee Field ������������������������������������� Georgia, Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt,Virginia, Wake Forest 2012 Team Winner ��������������������������������������� Not Held 2012 Medalist ������������������������������������������������ Not Held 2012 UGA Finish ������������������������������������������ Not Held 2012 UGA Individual ����������������������������������� Not Held

Invitational At The Ocean Course Dates................................................... Oct. 27-29, 2013 Site.................................................................Kiawah, SC. Host.......................................... College of Charleston Course........................................... The Ocean Course Field ��������������� Georgia, South Florida, Notre Dame, Michigan, Michigan State, Florida, Kentucky, Rice, S. Alabama, Francis Marion, Georgia Southern, Charleston Southern, W. Carolina, Charleston 2012 Team Winner �������������������������������������������� Florida 2012 Medalist.........Scott Wolfes, Georgia Southern 2012 UGA Finish ����������������������� Did Not Participate 2012 UGA Individual ���������������� Did Not Participate

SEC Championship Dates..................................................April 25-27, 2014 Site................................................St. Simons Island, Ga. Host....................................Southeastern Conference Course..........................................Sea Island Golf Club Field �������������������������������� Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M,Vanderbilt 2013 Team Winner ����������������������������������������� Alabama 2013 Medalist............. Sebastian Cappelen, Arkansas 2013 UGA Finish ������������������������������������������� 9th of 14 2013 UGA Individual �������������� Nicholas Reach, 19th

Brickyard Collegiate Championship Dates........................................................Oct. 4-6, 2013 Site..................................................................Macon, Ga. Host �������������������������������������������������������������������� Mercer Course.....................................................The Brickyard Field ����������������������������������������������� Georgia, Air Force, Augusta State, Boston College, Chattanooga, Florida State, Furman, Georgia State, Georgia Tech, Gonzaga, Kansas, Louisville, Mercer, Princeton, South Florida,Virginia Tech 2012 Team Winner ������������������������������������������ Georgia 2012 Medalist ����������������������������������� Sam Straka, Georgia 2012 UGA Finish ��������������������������������������������1st of 15 2012 UGA Individual ������������������������� Sam Straka, 1st

Puerto Rico Classic Dates.................................................... Feb. 23-25, 2014 Site........................................ Rio Grande, Puerto Rico Host ���������������������������������������������������������������������Purdue Course �������������������������������� River Course at Rio Mar Field...Georgia, Alabama, Clemson, East Tennessee State, Georgia Tech, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Purdue, SMU, North Carolina-Greensboro,Virginia Tech 2013 Team Winner ����������������������������������������� Alabama 2013 Medalist ����������������������� Justin Thomas, Alabama 2013 UGA Finish ������������������������������������������� 4th of 15 2013 UGA Individual ������������� Michael Cromie, 16th

NCAA Regionals Dates....................................................May 15-17, 2014 Sites.......Auburn, Ala., Columbia, Mo., Raleigh, N.C., Sugar Grove, Ill., Eugene, Ore., San Antonio, Texas Hosts ����������������������������Auburn, Missouri, N.C. State, Northern Illinois, Oregon, UTSA Courses ������������������������������� Auburn University Club, Club at Old Hawthorne, Lonnie Poole Golf Club, Rich Harvest Farms, Eugene Country Club, Briggs Ranch Golf Club Field....................................15 teams and 2 individuals not on participating teams 2013 UGA Finish ��������������������������2nd of 14 (Tempe) 2013 UGA Individual ������������������������ Lee McCoy, 4th

Crooked Stick Intercollegiate Dates................................................... Oct. 14-15, 2013 Site................................................................ Carmel, Ind. Host ���������������������������������������������������������������������Indiana Course...............................................Crooked Stick GC Field �����������������������������������������������Arkansas, Ball State, Eastern Michigan, Florida State, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, IUPUI, Kansas, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Purdue, Texas Christian, Toledo 2012 Team Winner ��������������������������������������� Not Held 2012 Medalist ������������������������������������������������ Not Held 2012 UGA Finish ������������������������������������������ Not Held 2012 UGA Individual ����������������������������������� Not Held

Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters Dates.................................................... March 7-9, 2014 Site........................................................... Las Vegas, Nev. Host �����������������������������������������������������������������������UNLV Course...........................................Southern Highlands Field ������������������������� UNLV, UCLA,Texas, Texas A&M, Georgia, Georgia Tech, New Mexico, Arizona State, Stanford, TCU, Texas Tech, Alabama, California, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State 2013 Team Winner....................................................Cal 2013 Medalist ������������������� Patrick Rodgers, Stanford 2013 UGA Finish �����������������������������������������13th of 15 2013 UGA Individual ������������������������ T.J. Mitchell, 7th

NCAA Championship Dates.............................................May 27-June 1, 2014 Site..............................................................Wichita, Kan. Host..........................................................Wichita State Course......................................................Prairie Dunes Field ........................................ Thirty teams advancing from regionals will compete in stroke play for 54 holes to determine the individual champion, followed by match play for the top eight teams to determine the team champion. 2013 Team Winner ����������������������������������������� Alabama 2013 Medalist...........................Max Homa, California 2013 UGA Finish �����������������������������������������19th of 30 2013 UGA Individual ���������������������Joey Garber, 38th

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Coaching Staff

Chris Haack Head Coach/Director Of Golf 18th Season Chris Haack was named the Georgia men’s golf coach on July 18,1996 – and he has taken to Bulldogs to a new level of success. Haack has guided the Bulldogs to two national championships (the only two in school history), seven Southeastern Conference crowns, 49 team tournament titles, and several squad and individual records. In April of 2012, Bubba Watson, an All-American for Haack in 2000, became the first Bulldog to win a professional major as he captured the Masters title. And in 2013, six former Bulldogs — Watson, Erik Compton, Russell Henley, Chris Kirk, Brian Harman and Harris English — advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs. In July of 2012, Haack was named the Director of Golf. He serves as the liaison between the Athletic Association and the UGA Golf Course, oversees the Boyd Center and the adjacent practice facilities, and is available as counsel to women’s coach Josh Brewer. Haack was inducted into the GCAA Hall of Fame in December of 2012, joining Georgia predecessors Howell Hollis and Dick Copas. The Bulldogs have eight top-10 showings at the NCAAs in the last 15 years, including the 1999 and 2005 national titles and runner-up efforts in 2007 and 2011. Haack has developed 51 All-Americans during his tenure, including at least one in 15 of the past 16 seasons. Haack’s charges picked up two titles in 2012-13, winning the Brickyard Collegiate Championship and the Bulldog Battle at Mountain Lake. That extended his school-record figure to 49. Haack has led the Bulldogs to at least one victory in 14 of his previous 16 seasons. T.J. Mitchell, the Bulldogs’ lone senior, was a First-Team AllSEC pick, while sophomore Nicholas Reach made the Second Team and Lee McCoy was

named to the SEC’s All-Freshman Team. In 2011-12, Haack took a quintet of one junior, three sophomores and one freshman to the NCAAs, where Georgia came in 17th. Sophomore Keith Mitchell earned Honorable Mention All-America honors. Haack piloted the 2010-11 Bulldogs to the final match of the NCAAs. English, Henley and Hudson Swafford capped their stellar collegiate careers with All-America recognition. In 2009-10, Haack coached Henley to National and SEC Player of the Year honors. He also guided the Bulldogs to three wins, including the SEC Championship. In the Williams Intercollegiate, Haack’s squad made up a 15-shot deficit after two rounds to win by one stroke – the largest rally in his tenure. The 2008-09 Bulldogs won five tournaments, including the SEC title. His Bulldogs finished No. 1 in the final Golfstat poll and came in third at the NCAAs. The 200708 Bulldogs finished the year with the No. 1 ranking. Haack’s team won three times and came in eighth at the NCAAs.

In 2006-07, Georgia won five out of seven tournaments. Despite placing second at the NCAAs, Georgia held the final No. 1 ranking. In 2005-06, Haack led the Bulldogs to a school-record-tying six tournament wins and he was chosen as the SEC Coach of the Year. He also was selected by the Golf Coaches Association of America as the 2006 head coach for the United States Palmer Cup Team. The Bulldogs won three tournaments in 2004-05 – including the most memorable one in the spring as Georgia capped the season with a wire-to-wire win at the NCAAs. Haack was chosen as the National Coach of the Year. Haack’s 2003-04 Bulldogs won the SEC title. In 2002-03, his Bulldogs finished 16th at the NCAAs and third at the SECs, but cracked the win column at the Tennessee Tournament of Champions Though his 2001-02 Bulldogs did not win a tournament, Haack was recognized as one of the nation’s top coaches as he was chosen as coach for Team USA for the Palmer Cup. Haack’s 2000-01 Bulldogs won six events, including a school-record four straight, and finished the season ranked No. 1 in the nation. Haack’s 1999-2000 Bulldogs won three tournaments and he earned SEC Coach of the Year honors. Haack’s breakthrough season with the Bulldogs came in 1998-99. No Georgia team had ever ascended to the No. 1 spot in the polls, but Haack’s team did so early in the spring campaign. The Bulldogs later validated

Haack’s Highlights • 1999, 2005 National Coach of the Year • 1998, 2000, 2006, 2010 Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year • 2 National Championships (1999, 2005) • 7 Southeastern Conference Championships (1998, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2010) • 51 All-Americans (8 1st Team, 16 2nd Team, 6 3rd Team, 21 Honorable Mention) • 55 All-Southeastern Conference Selections (32 1st Team, 23 2nd Team) • 2012 GCAA Hall of Fame Inductee • 1 Ben Hogan Award Winner • 1 Fred Haskins Award Winner • 4 Southeastern Conference Players of the Year • 7 Southeastern Conference Freshmen of the Year • 49 Team Championships • 36 Individual Medalists • 12 Scholar All-Americans • 1 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Recipient • 8 Faculty Athletic Representative Awards (highest team GPA at Georgia) • 6 Team and Individual School Records • 2001, 2006 U.S. Palmer Cup Coach

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Coaching Staff their ranking by winning the program’s first national championship. Haack was named National Coach of the Year. In 1997-98, Haack led Georgia to four wins, including its first SEC crown since 1988. Haack’s first Georgia squad in 199697 showed glimpses of what lay ahead as the youthful Bulldogs finished fourth or better in seven of 11 events and advanced to the NCAA Regional. Before being named Georgia’s coach, Haack was a driving force for the American Junior Golf Association. He joined the AJGA in 1981 as a tournament director before becoming director of operations in 1984 and director of development in 1985. He also served a seven-year stint as captain of the Canon Cup West Team, squads that included Tiger Woods and Chris Riley. In an initiative

begun as foundation director from 1988-90, he also organized and established fund-raising programs to build surplus moneys for the AJGA’s perpetuity, bringing in more than $750,000 for the foundation and other junior programs. Haack served as assistant executive director from 1990-96, helping manage a staff of 22 and an annual budget of $2.5 million. Additionally, he helped oversee the running of 38 events and 19 qualifiers nationwide. The recipient of the AJGA Sportsmanship Award, Haack graduated from Newnan High School in 1978. He attended West Georgia College, where he played on the golf team, and he received his degree from Mellen. Haack and his wife, Tori, have a son, Charlie, and a daughter, Katie.

Jim Douglas Associate Head Coach 13th Season Jim Douglas, who helped the Georgia men’s golf team win the program’s two national championships, rejoined the Bulldogs’ staff in January of 2011 and was promoted to Associate Head Coach in July of 2012. Douglas was Georgia’s assistant coach from 1997 through 2005, during which time the Bulldogs celebrated some of their greatest success. With Douglas as

Coach Chris Haack’s lieutenant, Georgia won NCAA titles in 1999 and 2005, along with four Southeastern Conference championships (1998, 2000, 2001 and 2004). Georgia produced 26 All-Americans, 30 All-SEC picks, two SEC Players of the Year, two SEC Freshmen of the Year, 33 SEC Academic Honor Roll selections, six All-American Scholars and an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipient in that

span. Douglas served parts of the 2009-10 season as a volunteer coach, including during Georgia’s run to the SEC title. In 2011, with Douglas assisting Haack in the spring, the Bulldogs advanced to the final match of the NCAA Championship. Douglas helped seniors Harris English, Russell Henley and Hudson Swafford cap their careers with All-America honors, while English was picked as an All-American Scholar. In 2013, Douglas and Haack guided a lineup of one junior, three sophomores and one freshman to a 17th-place finish at the NCAAs. Last season, Douglas and Haack took another young squad to the NCAAs, coming in 19th. “As Associate Head Coach, Jim has more responsibilities with the day-to-day operations of our men’s team,” Haack said. “He knows everything there is to know about our program and the way things need to be done. He’s been my right-hand man for many years, and we are lucky to have him in Athens. He brings so many qualities to the table. His contributions to our program – ­­ including areas like academics, recruiting, tournaments and practices – have been critical to our success.” Douglas graduated from Georgia with a double major in political science and history. He and his wife, Katherine, have two sons, James and Charles.

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Student-Athletes Biographies

Michael Cromie Senior • 5-10 • 150 Cary, N.C. Green Hope High School 2012-13 (Junior Season): • Saw action in six events, highlighted by a tie for first in the two-team Bulldog Battle at Mountain Lake and a top-20 effort in the Puerto Rico Classic. • Named to the SEC and Athletic Director’s Honor Rolls. • Chosen as the recipient of the Jack and Mary Dinos Scholarship. 2011-12 (Sophomore Season): • Saw action in five events, highlighted by 23rd-place finishes in the ODU/Outerbanks Collegiate and the Linger Longer Invitational. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for the Spring Semester. • Received the Academic Achievement Award during the UGA Athletic Association’s awards banquet. • Chosen as the recipient of the Jack and Mary Dinos Scholarship. • Named to the Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Fall and Spring Semesters. 2010-11 (Freshman Season): • Made his Georgia debut in the Carpet Capital Collegiate, placing 34th. • Top finish of the season was a 25thplace effort in the Southern Highlands Collegiate. Amateur/Junior Highlights: • Placed sixth in the Rice Planters Amateur and ninth in the Azalea Invitatonal in 2012. • Came in second in the medal portion and reached the Round of 16 in match play in the 2012 North and South Amateur. • Came in 16th in the 2011 Western Amateur. • Qualified for the 2011 U.S. Amateur. • Came in seventh in the 2009 Verizon Junior Championship. • Posted first-place efforts in the Junior

All-Star Championship and the NorthSouth Junior Championship in 2007. • Named to the 2008 and 2009 North Carolina All-State Junior Teams by the Tarheel Youth Golf Association. • Won the 2008 FCWT Bermuda Run Open. High School: • Graduated from Green Hope High School, the same school that produced ex-Bulldog and current professional Brendon Todd. • Helped Green Hope win state championships in 2007, 2009 and 2010. • Claimed medalist honors at the state tournament in 2009. • Named the conference Player of the Year for the 2009-10 season. Personal: • Born Nov. 12, 1991.

Cromie’s Georgia Scorecard Year Rounds Strokes Average 2010-2011 15 1134 75.60 2011-2012 15 1105 73.67 2012-2013 15 1112 74.13 Totals 45 3351 74.47 Top-10 Finishes: Top-20 Finishes: Par Or Better: Best Finish: Low Round: Low Tournament:

1 2 11 1st 68 (-4) 214 (-2)

2010-2011 Rounds Carpet Capital Coll. 76-70-77 PING/Golfweek Preview 74-76-88 Southern Highlands Coll. 75-74-75 Linger Longer Invitational 75-75-74 SEC Championship 77-73-75 2011-2012 Carpet Capital Coll. 69-80-75 Adams Cup of Newport 74-73-74 Brickyard Collegiate 76-72-74 ODU/Outerbanks Coll. 72-72-75 Linger Longer Invitational 72-69-78 2012-2013 Puerto Rico Classic 71-74-69 Forest Hills Collegiate 77-75 Southern Highlands Masters 78-75-75 Bulldog Battle 73-68 Linger Longer Invitational 78-72 Augusta State Invitational 75-79-73

Low 70 69 68 68

(0/0/1) (0/0/2) (1/6/4) 2013 Bulldog Battle 2013 Bulldog Battle 2012 Puerto Rico Total 223 (+7) 238 (+22) 224 (+8) 224 (+8) 225 (+15)

Place 34th of 60 63rd of 75 25th of 80 32nd of 75 41st of 60

224 (+8) 221 (+6) 222 (+6) 219 (+3) 219 (+3)

39th of 60 32nd of 95 36th of 84 23rd of 90 23rd of 72

214 (-2) 152 (+8) 228 (+12) 141 (-3) 150 (+6) 227 (+11)

16th of 75 35th of 64 57th of 79 1st of 18 41st of 79 54th of 75

• Son of Mike and Loretta Cromie. • Majoring in Consumer Economics.

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Student-Athletes Biographies

Joey Garber Senior • 5-9 • 180 Petoskey, Mich. Petoskey High School 2013-14 (Senior Season): • Chosen as the team captain. 2012-13 (Junior Season): • Missed most of the year due to shoulder surgery, but got back in the lineup for the postseason. • Finished 13th in the NCAA Tempe Regional to help the Bulldogs qualify for the NCAA Championships. • Came in 38th at the NCAAs to pace the Bulldogs. 2011-12 (Sophomore Season): • Joined the Bulldogs in January and played in every spring event. • Made his Georgia debut with a 19th-place showing in the Puerto Rico Shootout. • Came in sixth in the Linger Longer Invitational and seventh in the USF Invitational for his top efforts of the year. 2010-11 (Freshman Season): • Named to the Division I PING All-Midwest Region Team playing for Michigan. • Competed in all 14 tournaments for the Wolverines, posting six top-20 finishes, including four top 10s and two top 5s. • Helped Michigan to the first NCAA regional title in the program’s history. • Tied for 56th and helped Michigan to a 10th-place team finish at NCAA Championships. • Finished the season averaging 74.08 per round, the third-best average for a freshman in Michigan history. Amateur/Junior Highlights: • Came in 10th in the 2013 Dogwood Invitational. • Qualified for the 2012 U.S. Amateur by capturing medalist honors at the qualifier. • Came in sixth in the Dogwood Invitational and reached the quarterfinals of the Michigan Amateur in 2012. • Placed eighth in the Michigan State Open and was a finalist in the Michigan Amateur in 2011.

• In 2010, won both the Michigan Amateur and the Michigan Junior Amateur titles, the first player ever to win both state amateur titles in the same year. • Received AJGA All-America Honorable Mention honors in 2009. • Named Golf Association of Michigan Junior Player of the Year in both 2008 and 2009. • Made the cut at the 2007 Michigan Open as a 15-year-old, the youngest player in history to do so in the state’s most prestigious golf tournament. High School: • Graduated from Petoskey High. • Named to the Michigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association Super Team in 2009 and 2010. • Claimed medalist honors at the 2010 Michigan state finals. • In his final two seasons, Petoskey won 27 of 31 tournaments.

Garber’s Georgia Scorecard Year Rounds Strokes Average 2011-2012 21 1537 73.19 2012-2013 15 1079 71.93 Totals 36 2616 72.67 Top-10 Finishes: Top-20 Finishes: Par Or Better: Best Finish: Low Round: Low Tournament:

2 5 16 6th 67 (-3) 212 (-4)

2011-2012 Rounds Puerto Rico Shootout 72-70-74 USF Invitational 73-72-70 Furman Intercollegiate 80-72-72 Linger Longer Invitational 72-69-71 SEC Championship 73-76-75 NCAA Regional 72-73-74 NCAA Championships 77-75-75 2012-2013 Rounds Carpet Capital Collegiate 71-75-73 PING/Golfweek Preview 75-75-70 AutoTrader.com Classic 72-75-75 NCAA Regional 70-70-67 NCAA Championships 70-71-70

Low 69 67 67

(2) (3/2) (9/7) 2012 Linger Longer 2013 Tempe Regional 2012 Linger Longer Total 216 (E) 215 (-1) 224 (+8) 212 (-4) 224 (+14) 219 (+6) 227 (+14) Total 219 (+3) 220 (+10) 222 (+9) 207 (-3) 211 (+1)

Place 19th of 75 7th of 90 62nd of 125 6th of 72 48th of 60 29th of 75 105th of 155 Place 19th of 78 50th of 75 23rd of 88 13th of 75 38th of 156

• As a freshman, set a Petoskey single-round record with a 66 in the second round of the 2006 state finals. Personal: • Born Aug. 29, 1991. • Son of Jack and Trish Garber. • Majoring in Consumer Journalism.

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Student-Athletes Biographies

Keith Mitchell Senior • 6-1 • 180 Chattanooga, Tenn. The Baylor School 2013-14 (Senior Season): • Chosen as the recipient of the Jack and Mary Dinos Men’s Golf Scholarship. 2012-13 (Junior Season): • Tied for first in the two-team Bulldog Battle at Mountain Lake and had top-10 efforts in the Brickyard Championship, the Linger Longer Invitational and the Insperity Augusta State Invitational. • Named the Co-Vice President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named a recipient of the Solms Family Endowment Scholarship. 2011-12 (Sophomore Season): • Chosen as a Division I PING Honorable Mention All-American by the GCAA. • Paced the Bulldogs at the NCAAs, coming in ninth with a 1-over 214. • Made his season debut with a firstround 7-under 65 in the Old Dominion/ Outerbanks Collegiate. • The 7-under loop matched the third-lowest figure in school history. • Had a team-best 10th-place finish at the SEC Championship. • Named to the SEC Community Service Team. • Chosen as a representative for the UGA

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named to the AD’s Honor Roll. • Named the recipient of the Robert E. Dicks III Athletic Scholarship. 2010-11 (Freshman Season): • Appeared in two events for Georgia. • Named to the AD’s Honor Roll. • Named the recipient of the James R. Gabrielsen Scholarship. Amateur/Junior Highlights: • In 2013, placed second in the Tennessee Amateur, 13th in the Players Amateur, 15th in the Dogwood Invitational, 17th in the Western Amateur and 18th in the Sunnehana Amateur. • Qualified for the Web.com Tour’s 2013 Stadion Classic at UGA. • Qualified for the 2011 and 2012 United States Amateur. • Came in third in the Azalea Invitational, third in the Southeastern Amateur and fifth in the Southeastern Amateur in 2012. • Placed third in the 2011 Southeastern Amateur. • Reached the top 25 in the national rankings in 2009. • Won the 2010 Tennessee State Junior and the 2008 Donald Ross Junior.

Mitchell’s Georgia Scorecard Year Rounds Strokes Average 2010-2011 6 458 76.33 2011-2012 24 1724 71.83 2012-2013 34 2449 72.03 Totals 64 4631 72.36 Top-10 Finishes: Top-20 Finishes: Par Or Better: Best Finish: Low Round: Low Tournament:

7 9 28 1st 65 (-7) 206 (-10)

2010-2011 Rounds Brickyard Collegiate 82-77-70 Linger Longer Invitational 76-74-79 2011-2012 Rounds ODU Outerbanks Coll. 65-73-68 Puerto Rico Shootout 70-73-72 USF Invitational 73-72-72 Furman Intercollegiate 75-69-74 Linger Longer Invitational 78-72-72 SEC Championship 68-71-71 NCAA Regional 71-73-78 NCAA Championships 73-72-69 2012-2013 Carpet Capital Collegiate 74-72-75 PING/Golfweek Preview 72-72-76 Brickyard Championship 74-72-67 AutoTrader.com Classic 73-72-77 College All-American 76-67-70 Puerto Rico Classic 73-73-71 Bulldog Battle 71-70 Linger Longer Invitational 70-73 Augusta State Invitational 72-71-70 SEC Championship 70-71-80 NCAA Regional 73-69-70 NCAA Championships 70-72-71

Low 70 65 67 65

(0/3/4) (0/5/4) (1/12/15) 2013 Bulldog Battle 2011 ODU Outerbanks 2011 ODU Outerbanks Total 229 (+13) 229 (+13) Total 206 (-10) 215 (-1) 217 (+1) 218 (+2) 222 (+6) 210 (E) 222 (+9) 214 (+1)

Place 61st of 84 53rd of 75 Place 3rd of 90 14th of 75 12th of 90 29th of 125 31st of 72 10th of 60 51st of 75 9th of 155

221 (+5) 220 (+10) 213 (-3) 222 (+9) 213 (E) 217 (+1) 141 (-3) 143 (-1) 213 (-3) 221 (+11) 212 (+2) 213 (+3)

26th of 78 50th of 75 8th of 84 23rd of 88 21st of 23 28th of 75 1st of 18 10th of 79 5th of 75 31st of 70 30th of 75 60th of 156

• Participated in the 2009 United States Junior Championship. • Placed second in the 2009 Preview Championship. • Earned 2008 Rolex All-America honors. • Came in second in the AJGA’s Ringgold Classic in 2008 and posted three other top-10 finishes. High School: • Graduated from Baylor, the alma mater of former Bulldogs Michael Morrison and Harris English. • Helped Baylor win four straight state championships. • Came in second and had three other top-8 individual efforts at the state meet. • Won the City Prep individual titles in 2007 and 2008. Personal: • Born Jan. 7, 1992. • Son of Jerry and Cynthia Mitchell. • Majoring in Real Estate.

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Student-Athletes Biographies

Mookie DeMoss

DeMoss’s Georgia Scorecard Year Rounds Strokes Average 2012-2013 6 449 74.83 Totals 6 449 74.83

Junior • 6-0 • 170 Duluth, Ga. Mercer University 2012-13 (Sophomore Season): • Appeared in three events for the Bulldogs, highlighted by an 11th-place effort in the Bulldog Battle at Mountain Lake. 2011-12 (Redshirt Season): • Redshirted and did not see any action for the Bulldogs. 2010-11 (Freshman Season): • Saw action in seven tournaments for Mercer University. • Posted averages of 75.5 per round and 226.5 per tournament. • Best finish was a 16th-place effort in the Bandon Dunes Championship. • Also posted his lowest round in Bandon Dunes, signing for a 69. High School:

Top-10 Finishes: Top-20 Finishes: Par Or Better: Best Finish: Low Round: Low Tournament:

• Graduated from Providence Christian. • Set all the individual Providence records. • Claimed medalist honors at the region tournament as a freshman. • Named to the All-State Team in 2010. • Chosen for the All-Region and All-County teams in 2009 and 2010. • Was the medalist in the 2010 Creekview Grizzly Classic. • Came in second in the 2010 Atlanta Athletic Club Invitational. Amateur/Junior Highlights: • Came in fifth in the 2013 Palmetto Amateur. • Advanced to the Sectionals in the 2011 U.S. Open Qualifying. • Participated in the Monday qualifying

0 1 1 11th 72 (E) 145 (+1)

2012-2013 Forest Hills Collegiate 73-80 Bulldog Battle 74-77 Linger Longer Invitational 72-73

Low 72 72

(0) (1) (1) 2013 Bulldog Battle 2013 Linger Longer 2013 Linger Longer

153 (+9) 151 (+7) 145 (+1)

40th / 64 11th / 18 21st / 79

for the 2010 Web.com Tour’s Stadion Classic in Athens, missing a spot in the field by only one shot. • Posted victories on the International Junior Golf Tour and the Hurricane Tour in 2009. • Recorded multiple victories in Atlanta Junior Golf Association tournaments. Personal: • Born June 9, 1991. • Son of Mark and April DeMoss. • Majoring in Communication Studies.

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Student-Athletes Biographies

Nicholas Reach Junior • 5-11 • 145 Moscow, Pa. Montverde Academy 2013-14 (Junior Season): • Chosen as the recipient of the James R. Gabrielsen Scholarship. 2012-13 (Sophomore Season): • Named Second-Team All-SEC. • Selected to the PING All-Southeast Region Team by the GCAA. • Appeared in 12 events, tying for top honors in the two-team Bulldog Battle and taking second in the PING/Golfweek Preview and the Linger Longer Invitational. • Chosen for induction into the Athletic Association’s Leadership Education And Development (LEAD) program. • Won the Athletic Association’s Scholar-Athlete Award for men’s golf. • Named to the SEC and Athletic Director academic honor rolls. • Named the recipient of the James

R. Gabrielsen Scholarship. 2011-12 (Freshman Season): • Chosen to the PING All-Southeast Region Team by the GCAA. • Named to SEC All-Freshmen Team by the league’s coaches. • Finished tied for first in the Linger Longer Invitational, but settled for second after dropping a four-hole sudden-death playoff. • Registered four birdies on the four playoff holes, but Alabama’s Cory Whitsett eagled the final hole to win. • Posted the lowest total at the oneday, three-team Northeast Tri Match. • Named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the AD’s Honor Roll and the Dean’s List. • Named the recipient of the James R. Gabrielsen Scholarship. Amateur/Junior Highlights: • Won the 2013 Palmetto Amateur by beating Scott Strohmeyer on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff. • Has played in four Web.com Tour events: the 2008 and 2009 Northeast Pennsylvania Classics, the 2011 Melwood Prince George’s County Open and the 2012 Stadion Classic at UGA. • Won the inaugural Junior Invitational at Sage Valley in 2011, tying the course record of 10-under-par 62 in the first round. • Qualified for the 2012 U.S. Amateur with medalist honors at the qualifier. • Came in third in the Sunnehanna Amateur, sixth in the Southern Amateur and ninth in the Azalea Invitational in 2012. • Placed second in the Palmetto Amateur and sixth in the Pennsylvania Am in 2011. • Selected as a member of the 2010 East Canon Cup team.

Reach’s Georgia Scorecard Year Rounds Strokes Average 2011-2012 31 2240 72.26 2012-2013 34 2455 72.21 Totals 65 4695 72.23

Low 67 66 66

Top-10 Finishes: 9 Top-20 Finishes: 13 Par Or Better: 32 Best Finish: 1st Low Round: 67 (-5) Low Tournament: 208 (-8)

(5/4) (5/8) (16/16) 2011 Northeast Tri Match 2013 Bulldog Battle 2011 Adams Cup 2012 Linger Longer

2011-2012 Rounds Carpet Capital Coll. 73-74-73 Adams Cup of Newport 67-72-75 Northeast Tri Match 69 Brickyard Collegiate 75-75-71 Puerto Rico Shootout 72-76-70 USF Invitational 75-70-70 Furman Intercollegiate 71-71-70 Linger Longer Invitational 71-69-68 SEC Championship 70-70-77 NCAA Regional 74-73-74 NCAA Championships 74-77-74 2012-2013 Carpet Capital Collegiate 77-73-76 PING/Golfweek Preview 70-73-67 Brickyard Collegiate 68-72-69 AutoTrader.com Collegiate 76-79-71 Puerto Rico Classic 74-67-73 Southern Highlands Masters 78-78-77 Bulldog Battle 69-72 Linger Longer Invitational 68-70 Augusta State Invitational 74-72-73 SEC Championship 66-75-76 NCAA Tempe Regional 73-68-68 NCAA Championship 72-70-71

Total Place 220 (+4) 27th of 60 214 (-1) 7th of 95 69 (-1) 1st of 15 221 (+5) 31st of 84 218 (+2) 29th of 75 215 (-1) 7th of 90 212 (-4) 7th of 125 208 (-8) T-1st of 72 ** 217 (+7) 31st of 60 221 (+8) 45th of 75 225 (+12) 89th of 155 226 (+10) 210 (E) 209 (-7) 226 (+13) 214 (-2) 233 (+17) 141 (-3) 138 (-6) 219 (+3) 217 (+7) 209 (-1) 213 (+3)

56th of 78 2nd of 75 3rd of 84 35th of 88 16th of 75 65th of 79 1st of 18 2nd of 79 19th of 75 19th of 70 20th of 75 60th of 156

• Advanced to the semifinals of the 2009 United States Junior Amateur. • Chosen as a member of the 2009 Rolex All-America Team. High School: • Graduated from Montverde Academy in Florida while also attending the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy. • Was a three-time Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association District II champion. • Won the 2010 PIAA regional title. • Finished second in the 2010 PIAA state championship. • Named the Scranton Times Tribune Player of the Year three straight years. Personal: • Born May 12, 1992. • Son of Gary and Brigitte Reach. • Majoring in Management Information Systems.

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Student-Athletes Biographies

Sam Straka Junior • 5-11 • 175 Valdosta, Ga. Lowndes High School 2013-14 (Junior Season): • Named as the men’s golf representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. 2012-13 (Sophomore Season): • Saw action in six events, highlighted by his first career victory in the Brickyard Collegiate Championship. • Shot a third-round 8-under 64 in the Brickyard to match the second-lowest round in school history and to set the course record. • Also notched a top-10 effort in the

two-team Bulldog Battle at Mountain Lake. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named as a men’s golf representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. 2011-12 (Freshman Season): • Saw action in four events: the Northeast Tri Match, the Brickyard Championship, the Puerto Rico Shootout and the Linger Longer Invitational.

Straka’s Georgia Scorecard Year Rounds Strokes Average 2011-2012 10 753 75.30 2012-2013 17 1269 74.65 Totals 27 2022 74.89 Top-10 Finishes: Top-20 Finishes: Par Or Better: Best Finish: Low Round: Low Tournament:

2 3 7 1st 64 (-8) 208 (-8)

2011-2012 Rounds Northeast Tri Match 83 Brickyard Collegiate 76-81-70 Puerto Rico Shootout 77-72-76 Linger Longer Invitational 79-66-73 2012-2013 Brickyard Collegiate 75-69-64 AutoTrader.com Classic 77-77-72 Puerto Rico Classic 84-66-76 Southern Highlands Masters 74-77-76 Bulldog Battle 77-73 SEC Championship 70-79-83

Low 66 64 64

(0/2) (1/2) (3/4) 2012 Brickyard 2012 Brickyard 2012 Brickyard Total 83 (+13) 227 (+11) 225 (+9) 218 (+2)

Place 14th of 15 56th of 84 46th of 75 22nd of 72

208 (-8) 226 (+13) 226 (+10) 227 (+11) 150 (+6) 232 (+22)

1st of 84 35th of 88 55th of 75 52nd of 79 10th of 18 68th of 70

Amateur/Junior Highlights: • Helped lead Austria to a second-place finish in the 2011 European Boys Team Championship. • Finished 12th in the 2010 Footjoy Invitational. • Had a top-20 finish in the 2010 Rolex Tournament of Champions. • Made it to the second round of match play in the 2010 U.S. Junior Amateur. • Finished second at the 2009 AJGA Ringgold Telephone Company Open. • Finished fourth in the 2010 AJGA Exide Technologies event. • Recorded several victories on the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour from 2007-09. • Captured the 2009 Southeastern Junior Golf Tour Tournament of Champions. High School: • Graduated from Lowndes High School. • Helped Lowndes win the 2011 Class 5-A state title and was the individual runner-up. • Named to the All-State Team. Personal: • Born May 1, 1993. • Son of Peter and Mary Straka. • Twin brother, Sepp, is also a golfer for the Bulldogs. • Majoring in International Affairs.

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Student-Athletes Biographies

Sepp Straka Junior • 6-3 • 220 Valdosta, Ga. Lowndes High School 2013-14 (Junior Season): • Named the recipient of the George P. Swift Jr. Men’s Golf Scholarship. 2012-13 (Sophomore Season): • Saw action in four events for the Bulldogs, highlighted by a 13th-place effort in the Bulldog Battle and a 14th-place finish in the Forest Hills Collegiate. • Named the recipient of the George P. Swift Jr. Men’s Golf Scholarship. 2011-12 (Freshman Season): • Saw action in seven events for the Bulldogs, highlighted by a third-place finish in the Northeast Tri Match and a 16th-place showing in the Furman Intercollegiate. • Fired a first-round 6-under 66 in the Furman Intercollegiate to match the fourth-lowest loop in school history. • Had two other rounds in the 60s: a 4-under

68 in the Adams Cup and a 3-under 69 in the USF Invitational. • Named to the AD’s Honor Roll. • Named the recipient of the George P. Swift Jr. Scholarship. Amateur/Junior Highlights: • Qualified for the 2012 U.S. Amateur. • Came in third in the 2012 Southeastern Amateur and had a top-20 effort in the 2012 Dogwood Invitational. • Came in second in the 2011 Southeastern Amateur. • Helped lead Austria to a second-place finish in the 2011 European Boys Team Championship. • Placed 25th in the 2011 Dogwood Invitational. High School: • Graduated from Lowndes High School. • Led Lowndes to the state championship and

Lee McCoy Sophomore • 5-11 • 135 Clarkesville, Ga. Habersham Central 2013-14 (Sophomore Season): • Named the recipient of the Copas-Liebler Men’s Golf Scholarship. 2012-13 (Freshman Season): • Named to SEC All-Freshmen Team. • Appeared in 10 events, highlighted by fourthplace efforts in the Brickyard Collegiate, the Bulldog Battle and the NCAA Tempe Regional. • Named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll and the AD’s Honor Roll. • Named the recipient of the Copas-Liebler Men’s Golf Scholarship. Amateur/Junior Highlights: • Named First-Team Rolex Junior All-American. • Was a member of the winning 2012 East Wyndham Cup Team. • Came in second in 2011 and fifth in 2012 in

the Rolex Tournament of Champions. • Won the 2012 Exide Technologies Championship and was second in the HP Boys Championship. • Qualified for match play in the 2009 and 2010 U.S. Junior Amateur. • Finished with a Polo ranking of sixth. High School: • Graduated from Habersham Central. • Claimed medalist honors at the 2012 Class 4-A high school state tournament. • Named the Georgia Player of the Year and held the state’s No. 1 ranking. • Won eight of 11 prep events and finished with a scoring average of 69 in 2012. • Playing for Calvary Christian in Clearwater in 2010, set the Florida high school lowest-round

Straka’s Georgia Scorecard Year Rounds Strokes Average 2011-2012 19 1412 74.32 2012-2013 9 678 75.33 Totals 28 2090 74.64 Top-10 Finishes: Top-20 Finishes: Par Or Better: Best Finish: Low Round: Low Tournament:

1 4 7 3rd 66 (-6) 214 (-2)

2011-2012 Rounds Carpet Capital Coll. 81-75-74 Adams Cup of Newport 80-68-73 Northeast Tri Match 72 Brickyard Collegiate 74-79-70 USF Invitational 78-69-78 Furman Intercollegiate 66-77-71 Linger Longer Invitational 73-76-78 2012-2013 Brickyard Collegiate 77-76-70 Forest Hills Collegiate 75-72 Bulldog Battle 78-74 Linger Longer Invitational 76-80

Low 66 70 66

(1/0) (2/2) (5/2) Northeast Tri Match 2012 Furman 2012 Furman Total 230 (+14) 221 (+6) 72 (+2) 223 (+7) 225 (+9) 214 (-2) 227 (+11)

Place 55th of 60 32nd of 95 3rd of 15 40th of 84 42nd of 90 16th of 125 43rd of 72

223 (+7) 147 (+3) 152 (+8) 156 (+12)

46th of 84 14th of 64 13th of 18 66th of 79

earned medalist honors. Personal: • Born May 1, 1993. • Son of Peter and Mary Straka. • Twin brother, Sam, is also a golfer for the Bulldogs. • Majoring in Pre-Business. McCoy’s Georgia Scorecard Year Rounds Strokes Average 2012-13 28 2025 72.32 Totals 28 2025 72.32

Low 67 67

Top-10 Finishes: 4 Top-20 Finishes: 4 Par Or Better: 13 Best Finish: 4th Low Round: 68 (-4) Low Tournament: 203 (-7)

(4) (4) (13) 2012 Brickyard 2013 Bulldog Battle 2013 Tempe Regional 2012 Carpet Capital 2013 Tempe Regional

2012-2013 Rounds Carpet Capital Collegiate 68-71-73 PING/Golfweek Preview 71-73-79 Brickyard Collegiate 71-71-68 AutoTrader.com Collegiate 70-79-76 Bulldog Battle 71-71 Linger Longer Invitational 79-75 Augusta State Invitational 75-75-70 SEC Championship 75-73-75 NCAA Tempe Regional 68-67-68 NCAA Championships 74-70-69

Total Place 212 (-4) 8th of 78 223 (+13) 61st of 75 210 (-6) 4th of 84 225 (+12) 31st of 88 142 (-2) 4th of 18 154 (+10) 59th of 79 220 (+4) 23rd of 75 223 (+13) 43rd of 70 203 (-7) 4th of 75 213 (+3) 60th of 156

record with a 62. Personal: • Born Feb. 5, 1994. • Son of Terry and Cheryl McCoy. • Majoring in Communication Studies.

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Student-Athletes Biographies

Branson Davis Freshman • 5-11 • 150 McKinney, Texas McKinney Boyd High School 2013-14 (Freshman Season): • Named the recipient of the Jack Carlyle Fraser Memorial Golf Scholarship. Amateur/Junior Highlights: • Was a quarterfinalist in the United

States Junior in 2013. • Went 3-1 for the 2013 West Wyndham Cup Team. • Named Honorable Mention All-America in 2011 and Second-Team All-American in 2012.

Parker Derby Freshman • 5-10 • 150 Columbus, Ga. Brookstone School Amateur/Junior Highlights: • Named First-Team Rolex All-American in 2011 and earned Honorable Mention status in 2012. • Won the 2011 Bobby Chapman Invitational and was the runner-up in the Polo Invitational, the Frederica Open

and the Bubba Conlee Invitational. • Participated in eight AJGA invitationals. • Competed in the 2012 Junior Open Championship in England. • Won the 2010 Sea Island Junior Classic.

Jaime Lopez Rivarola Freshman • 5-8 • 170 Buenos Aires, Argentina St. John’s High School 2013-14 (Freshman Season): • Named the recipient of the Georgia Men’s Golf Scholarship. Amateur/Junior Highlights:

• Ranked first in the Under-18 rankings for Argentina in 2012 and 2013 after placing fifth in 2011. • Has represented Argentina in

• Won the 2012 Goodman Networks Junior Championship. • Came in sixth in the PING Invitational in 2012. • Placed 22nd in the 2012 Junior PGA Championships. • Won the 2011 Under Armour/ Hunter Mahan Championship. High School: • Graduated from McKinney Boyd High School. Personal: • Born Nov. 20, 1994. • Son of Tom and Jennifer Davis. • Currently undecided on a major.

High School: • Graduated from Brookstone School. • Helped the Cougars win Class A state titles in 2010, 2011 and 2012. • Earned medalist honors at the 2012 state tournament and was named the State Player of the Year. • Named All-State in 2011 and 2012 and was All-District and All-Bi-City in 2010, 2011 and 2012. Personal: • Born Aug. 21, 1995. • Son of Larry and Melissa Derby. • Majoring in Pre-Business/Accounting.

amateur and junior tournaments in international competitions in the United States, Colombia, Venezuela, South Africa, Paraguay and England. High School: • Graduated from St. John’s High School in Pilar, Buenos Aires. Personal: • Born Feb. 7, 1995. • Son of Eduardo and Clara Lopez Rivarola. • Majoring in Pre-Business.

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Student-Athletes Biographies

Greyson Sigg

the Junior Jones Cup, the Rolex Tournament of Champions, the Footjoy Invitational, the Junior Players Champi-

onship, the Palmetto Amateur and the Georgia Amateur. High School: • Graduated from Richmond Academy. • Helped Richmond Academy win three consecutive regional championships. Personal: • Born Feb. 17, 1995. • Son of David and Karen Sigg. • Majoring in Pre-Business.

ing players, coaches and reporters a chance to get to know each other better while enjoying a round of golf. The 2014 media day is tentatively scheduled for April at The Georgia Club. If you are interested in participating, please contact Steven Colquitt. DIRECTIONS TO THE UGA GOLF COURSE: From the Athens Bypass (Georgia Hwy. 10), take the exit for Milledge Avenue. If traveling from the east side of Athens, take a left at the bottom of the

ramp and proceed underneath the bypass. If traveling from the west side, take a right at the bottom of the ramp. Travel approximately one-half mile on Milledge Avenue and make the first left onto Riverbend Parkway. Proceed one-half mile and make a right into the entrance to the UGA Golf Course. The Boyd Center is located near the rear left corner of the parking lot, while the clubhouse for the UGA Golf Course is located near the rear right corner of the lot.

Freshman • 5-6 • 165 Augusta, Ga. Richmond Academy Amateur/Junior Highlights: • Placed ninth in the 2013 Palmetto Amateur. • Was the runner-up in the 2012 Georgia Junior State Championship. • Selected to compete for the East Team in the 2012 AJGA Wyndham Cup. • Chosen as the 2011 Georgia State Golf Association Junior Player of the Year after winning the Georgia Junior State Championship. • Competed in such prestigious tournaments as the United States Junior Amateur, the Sage Valley Invitational, COVERING THE BULLDOGS: Media in need of assistance beyond this brochure (interviews, credentials, photographs, etc.) should contact Steven Colquitt of the Sports Communications Department by mail at 1 Selig Circle, Athens, Ga., 30602, by phone at (706) 542-1621, or by e-mail at scolquitt@ sports.uga.edu. INTERVIEWS: Please contact the Sports Commun­ications Department at least 24 hours in advance. Generally, the best time to interview Coach Chris Haack or any of the players is immediately before practice early in the afternoon. Media desiring to conduct interviews by phone should make arrangements through the Sports Communica­tions Department. Players’ phone numbers cannot be given out. ON THE INTERNET: Information on all of Georgia’s teams can be obtained through the Athletic Association’s official web site, georgiadogs.com. The site also features links to other web sites of interest, including the University of Georgia home page, the Southeastern Conference and the NCAA. SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE: League statistics, schedules and other information are available at secsports.com. For further information, contact the SEC by mail at 2201 Richard Arrington Blvd. North, Birmingham, Ala., 35203-1103 or by phone at (205) 458-3000. MEDIA DAY: The Bulldogs annually host a tournament with members of the media, giv-

Quick Facts School.......................................University of Georgia Location.....................................................Athens, Ga. Nickname.......................................................Bulldogs Colors................................................... Red and Black Conference............................................ Southeastern Founded............................................................... 1785 Enrollment........................................................ 34,816 President.........................................Jere W. Morehead Director Of Athletics.......................... Greg McGarity Faculty Athletics Rep............................David Shipley Head Coach............................................Chris Haack Associate Head Coach.............................Jim Douglas Golf Phone/Fax.........................(706) 369-6066/5669 Golf SID..............................................Steven Colquitt SID Phone/Fax...........................(706) 542-1621/9339 SID E-Mail.........................scolquitt@sports.uga.edu Website............................................ georgiadogs.com Mailing Address......................................1 Selig Circle Athens, Ga. 30602 Facilities.................... Boyd Center/UGA Golf Course 2013 SEC Finish............................................ 9th of 14 2013 Regional Finish....................................2nd of 14 2013 NCAA Finish...................................... 19th of 30 Lettermen Returning.................................................8 Lettermen Lost...........................................................2

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2012-2013 Notes, Statistics The Georgia men’s golf team finished 19th in the NCAA Championships at the Capital City Club’s Crabapple Course. The Bulldogs wound up at 10-over 850. “We gave ourselves chances all week, but we never capitalized on them,” junior Keith Mitchell said. “We played OK, but out here you’ve got to have one or two real good rounds to keep up with the competition. We put ourselves in good positions, but we never could cash in.” Junior Joey Garber came in at 1-over 211 in just his second tournament since shoulder surgery in December. Freshman Lee McCoy finished at 3-over 213, followed by Keith Mitchell and sophomore Nicholas Reach at 3-over 213, and senior T.J. Mitchell at 12-over 222. “It’s always tough trying to play from behind,” Georgia coach Chris Haack said. “You put pressure on yourself trying to make something happen. ... Every time we tee it up, we should learn something. Hopefully we learned something that will make them tougher and better for the next time around.” “It’s hard to get behind in a tournament like this,” Garber said. “If you’ve got to make up a lot of strokes, these teams are all so good that they’re not going to give them all back to you. Maybe one or two but not all.You can’t count on any more than that. We played hard. We didn’t give up. So there’s some things to look forward to.” • The Bulldogs came in ninth in the SEC Championship on the Seaside Course at Sea Island Golf Club on St. Simons Island. The

Bulldogs finished at 36-over 876. Sophomore Nicholas Reach was the low Bulldog in the championship, finishing 19th at 7-over. Senior T.J. Mitchell was named First-Team All-SEC, Reach made the Second Team and Lee McCoy was chosen for the All-Freshman Team. • Senior T.J. Mitchell and junior Keith Mitchell earned two of the four sponsor’s exemptions to participate in the Web.com Tour’s Stadion Classic at UGA in May. The Stadion Classic at UGA awards two sponsor’s exemptions every year for current Georgia players. The Mitchells each missed the cut at 2-over. Former Bulldog Brendon Todd won the rain-shortened event with a score of 8-under. He is the third straight Bulldog to win the Stadion Classic title, joining Russell Henley (2011) and Hudson Swafford (2012). • Chris Haack was inducted into the Golf Coaches Association of America’s Hall of Fame in December of 2012. Haack is the third Georgia coach chosen for the Hall of Fame. Howell Hollis (194670) was inducted in 1981 and Dick Copas (1971-96) was inducted in 1993. “I cannot put into words how humbled I am by this selection,” Haack said. “To be in the company of so many giants of our game is such an honor. Coach Hollis and Coach Copas laid the foundation for this program, and I’ve just tried to be a good steward. We as coaches are only as successful as our athletes, and I’ve had the distinct pleasure of coaching some pretty special guys. I’ve also had tremendous assistant coaches in Jim Douglas, Ryan Hybl and Jason Payne. This is an honor that I share with all of them.”

Name

Rounds Strokes

Average

Low

Top Finish

Joey Garber

15

1079

71.93

67

13th

Keith Mitchell

34

2449

72.03

67

1st

Nicholas Reach

34

2455

72.21

66

1st

Lee McCoy

28

2025

72.32

67

4th

T.J. Mitchell

34

2462

72.41

65

2nd

Michael Cromie

15

1112

74.13

68

1st

Sam Straka

17

1269

74.65

64

1st

Mookie DeMoss

6

449

74.83

72

11th

Sepp Straka

9

678

75.33

70

13th

Brian Carter

12

908

75.67

71

7th

Team

136 9773 287.44 273 1st

Keith Mitchell

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Year-By-Year Results 1970-1971 Dixie Intercollegiate.............................5th of 15 (1152) LSU Invitational.................................. T-3rd of 25 (1461) Palmetto Intercollegiate.......................5th of 24 (1158) Tennessee Classic....................................3rd of 7 (1158) Southern Junior-Senior................ 1st of 6 (756) Schenkel Invitational ................. 1st of 15 (867) SEC Championship.................. 1st of 10 (1099) NCAA Championship ......................T-9th of 36 (1176) 1971-1972 Dixie Intercollegiate............................... 4th of 24 (907) Seminole Invitational................. 1st of 22 (874) Furman Invitational..............................2nd of 21 (1131) Southern Junior-Senior................ 1st of 9 (745) Schenkel Invitational ............................. 2nd of 22 (858) SEC Championship.................. 1st of 10 (1117) NCAA Championship.......................T-6th of 36 (1185) 1972-1973 Dixie Intercollegiate............................... 7th of 24 (934) Seminole Invitational .........................10th of 22 (1113) Palmetto Invitational ..........................2nd of 15 (1144) Furman Intercollegiate........................... 4th of 21 (754) All-American Tour..................................3rd of 25 (1180) Schenkel Invitational.............................. 2nd of 22 (867) SEC Championship...............................3rd of 10 (1121) NCAA Championship .........................8th of 36 (1177) 1973-1974 Dixie Intercollegiate.............................. 2nd of 20 (873) Seminole Invitational.............................. 6th of 22 (882) Southern Junior-Senior........................3rd of 13 (1144) Furman Invitational................................. 9th of 22 (762) All-American Tour...............................T-8th of 25 (1185) Schenkel Invitational.............................4th of 20 (1089) SEC Championship............................T-4th of 10 (1133) 1974-1975 Buckeye Classic.....................................9th of 17 (1182) Dixie Intercollegiate.............................. 2nd of 24 (878) Seminole Invitational..............................3rd of 24 (893) Palmetto Intercollegiate......................2nd of 19 (1126) Furman Invitational................................. 4th of 24 (900) All-American Tour..................................4th of 25 (1186) Schenkel Invitational.............................7th of 20 (1084) Southern Intercollegiate....................... 2nd of 20 (873) SEC Championship...............................5th of 10 (1146) 1975-1976 Dixie Intercollegiate.............................. 2nd of 24 (894) River City Intercollegiate......................3rd of 21 (738) Seminole Invitational..............................3rd of 26 (887) Palmetto Intercollegiate....................T-7th of 18 (1113) Furman Invitational.................................3rd of 32 (889) All-American Tour..................................3rd of 25 (1163) Schenkel Invitational.............................4th of 18 (1073) Governor’s Cup............................. 1st of 4 (289) SEC Championship...............................4th of 10 (1105) Southern Intercollegiate........... 1st of 15 (848) NCAA Championship........................14th of 29 (1198) 1976-1977 River City Invitational............................3rd of 24 (875) Crosby Collegiate................................2nd of 36 (1185) Furman Invitational................................. 5th of 27 (888) All-American Tour..................................6th of 25 (1191) Schenkel Invitational.................. 1st of 18 (847) Governor’s Cup.........................................2nd of 4 (295) SEC Championship.................. 1st of 10 (1073) Southern Intercollegiate........... 1st of 24 (864) NCAA Championship...................... T-3rd of 29 (1211)

1977-1978 River City Invitational............................ 8th of 24 (889) Dixie Intercollegiate.................. 1st of 19 (869) Gator Invitational....................... 1st of 15 (862) Palmetto Intercollegiate......................2nd of 18 (1119) Furman Invitational................................ 2nd of 24 (594) Southern Junior-Senior.............. 1st of 14 (835) All-American Tour.................................2nd of 25 (1145) Schenkel Invitational.............................. 2nd of 21 (874) Southern Intercollegiate........... 1st of 24 (862) SEC Championship.................. 1st of 10 (1142) NCAA Championship.........................2nd of 28 (1157) 1978-1979 Dixie Intercollegiate.............................. 2nd of 33 (870) Pan Am Invitational.................................3rd of 26 (883) Gator Invitational.................................... 6th of 21 (867) Seminole Invitational.............................. 5th of 24 (889) Palmetto Intercollegiate.......................6th of 20 (1121) Furman Invitational.................................3rd of 24 (588) Southern Junior-Senior......................... 2nd of 13 (858) All-American Tour..................................3rd of 18 (1170) Southern Intercollegiate........... 1st of 24 (874) SEC Championship................................. 6th of 10 (902) NCAA Championship..........................19th of 28 (926) 1979-1980 Grandfather Invitational.......................10th of 14 (638) Dixie Intercollegiate.............................. 2nd of 15 (883) Pan American Invitational...................... 9th of 20 (901) Gator Invitational.................................... 5th of 22 (854) Palmetto Intercollegiate........... 1st of 20 (720) Furman Invitational................................. 6th of 21 (894) Southern Junior-Senior..........................3rd of 16 (568) Southeastern Invitational....................... 7th of 21 (907) Schenkel Invitational.............................14th of 22 (890) Southern Intercollegiate........................ 8th of 14 (881) SEC Championship................................. 4th of 10 (895) 1980-1981 Grandfather Invitational............ 1st of 16 (908) Augusta Invitational............................... 2nd of 15 (893) Dixie Intercollegiate............................... 5th of 28 (870) Gator Invitational..................................16th of 23 (884) Palmetto Intercollegiate......... 1st of 18 (1080) Guadalajara Intercollegiate....................3rd of 15 (884) Furman Invitational................................. 5th of 27 (872) Southern Junior-Senior.......................... 4th of 15 (883) Southeastern Inv,..................................... 6th of 25 (889) Schenkel Invitational............................... 6th of 22 (883) Southern Intercollegiate........................3rd of 24 (880) SEC Championship.................................3rd of 10 (887) NCAA Championship..........................6th of 30 (1176) 1981-1982 ETSU Invitational.................................T-2nd of 18 (880) Augusta Invitational................... 1st of 18 (879) LSU Invitational........................................ 5th of 15 (851) Dixie Intercollegiate.................. 1st of 18 (886) Gator Invitational....................... 1st of 18 (834) ImperiaLakes Classic............................... 5th of 21 (288) Alarcon Intercollegiate.........................11th of 18 (876) Furman Invitational................................. 9th of 25 (887) Southern Junior-Senior......................... 2nd of 18 (894) Southeastern Invitational...................... 2nd of 25 (902) Schenkel Invitational............................... 5th of 18 (880) Southern Intercollegiate........... 1st of 18 (870) SEC Championship.................... 1st of 10 (873) NCAA Championship..........................18th of 31 (886) 1982-1983 ETSU Invitational....................... 1st of 18 (866)

Augusta Invitational................................ 4th of 18 (875) Gator Invitational....................................3rd of 19 (846) ImperiaLakes Classic...............................3rd of 21 (867) Southern Junior-Senior.......................... 4th of 14 (584) Southeastern Invitational.......................3rd of 24 (878) Miss. State Invitational............... 1st of 15 (860) Schenkel Invitational............................... 4th of 18 (869) SEC Championship.................... 1st of 10 (875) Southern Intercollegiate........................ 4th of 15 (871) NCAA Championship..........................6th of 32 (1179) 1983-1984 Augusta Invitational................................ 8th of 18 (897) Gator Invitational.................................... 6th of 21 (857) ImperiaLakes Classic............................... 6th of 18 (860) Alarcon Intercollegiate........................... 4th of 15 (857) S. Florida Invitational.............................. 2nd of 14 (865) Southeastern Invitational.......... 1st of 18 (874) MSU Invitational......................................3rd of 15 (869) Schenkel Invitational...............................3rd of 18 (862) SEC Championship.................................3rd of 10 (886) Southern Intercollegiate........... 1st of 15 (829) NCAA Championship.................... T-12th of 15 (1170) 1984-1985 Augusta Invitational............................... 2nd of 14 (886) MacGregor Intercollegiate........ 1st of 18 (875) Gator Invitational .................................. 2nd of 19 (851) ImperiaLakes Classic............................... 7th of 21 (858) S. Florida Invitational.............................. 2nd of 14 (883) Southeastern Invitational.....................11th of 18 (894) Furman Invitational................................. 6th of 23 (895) MSU Invitational...................................... 8th of 15 (888) Schenkel Invitational...............................3rd of 18 (848) Southern Intercollegiate....................... 2nd of 15 (860) SEC Championship................................ 2nd of 10 (878) NCAA Championship..........................7th of 30 (1502) 1985-1986 Honda Fall Classic.................................14th of 18 (901) Grandfather Invitational.......................8th of 16 (1170) MacGregor Intercollegiate..................15th of 20 (612) Gator Invitational.................................... 8th of 20 (869) ImperiaLakes Classic............................... 8th of 21 (884) Guadalajara Invitational........................14th of 14 (876) Southeastern Invitational.......... 1st of 18 (868) Furman Invitational................................. 8th of 23 (881) MSU Invitational..................................... 2nd of 14 (867) Schenkel Invitational...............................3rd of 18 (847) SEC Championship................................. 7th of 10 (907) 1986-1987 Elk River Collegiate............................... 2nd of 10 (909) MacGregor Intercollegiate........ 1st of 18 (578) Buckeye Invitational..............................12th of 23 (938) Doral Invitational.................................T-7th of 18 (912) Gator Invitational....................................3rd of 19 (844) ImperiaLakes Classic..........................T-18th of 22 (614) Southeastern Invitational....................... 5th of 18 (889) Furman Invitational................................. 6th of 21 (607) MSU Invitational...................................... 4th of 15 (878) Schenkel Invitational............................T-6th of 18 (868) SEC Championship................................ 2nd of 10 (873) NCAA Championship..........................24th of 33 (918) 1987-1988 Dixie Intercollegiate.................. 1st of 18 (850) Southern Intercollegiate........... 1st of 10 (862) Doral Invitational..................................10th of 18 (917) Gator Invitational................................... 2nd of 19 (858) ImperiaLakes Classic...............................3rd of 21 (854) Southeastern Invitational...................... 2nd of 15 (594)

Furman Invitational................... 1st of 19 (869) Pate Intercollegiate..............................T-7th of 19 (906) Schenkel Invitational............................T-6th of 18 (867) Hitchcock Invitational........................... 2nd of 12 (863) SEC Championship.................... 1st of 10 (854) NCAA Championship.......................T-8th of 32 (1186) 1988-1989 Tennessee TOC....................................... 6th of 12 (892) Southern Intercollegiate....................... 2nd of 10 (881) Gator Invitational.................................... 9th of 18 (874) Doral Invitational.................................... 9th of 18 (888) ImperiaLakes Classic.............................10th of 24 (867) Southeastern Invitational....................T-3rd of 18 (873) Furman Invitational................... 1st of 22 (874) Schenkel Invitational............................... 4th of 18 (864) Hitchcock Invitational............................ 4th of 12 (863) SEC Championship.................................3rd of 10 (891) NCAA East Regional...........................T-5th of 23 (894) NCAA Championship........................10th of 30 (1174) 1989-1990 Tennessee TOC........................... 1st of 12 (887) Carpet Capital Collegiate ..................6th of 15 (1147) Southern Intercollegiate........................ 5th of 18 (876) Gator Invitational....................................3rd of 18 (848) Doral Invitational.................................... 4th of 18 (906) ImperiaLakes Classic............................... 9th of 24 (868) Southeastern Invitational.......................3rd of 15 (855) Furman Invitational................................. 4th of 22 (865) Eagle Invitational...................................... 5th of 15 (864) Hitchcock Invitational................ 1st of 12 (849) SEC Championship................................. 4th of 10 (874) NCAA East Regional.............................. 6th of 23 (864) NCAA Championship........................15th of 30 (1183) 1990-1991 Carpet Capital Collegiate...................T-8th of 18 (895) Preview Invitational................................. 6th of 15 (877) Tennessee TOC....................................... 5th of 15 (865) Southern Intercollegiate....................... 2nd of 15 (881) Gator Invitational....................................3rd of 18 (859) Doral Invitational..................................14th of 18 (899) ImperiaLakes Classic............................... 6th of 21 (574) Furman Invitational................................. 4th of 24 (581) Eagle Invitational........................ 1st of 13 (850) Hitchcock Invitational................ 1st of 12 (851) SEC Championship.................................3rd of 10 (869) NCAA East Regional............................. 2nd of 23 (865) NCAA Championship.......................22nd of 30 (1210) 1991-1992 Carpet Capital Collegiate....................10th of 18 (868) Tennessee TOC...................................... 2nd of 15 (880) Dixie Intercollegiate............................... 6th of 18 (868) Gator Invitational....................................3rd of 15 (863) Doral Invitational................................... 2nd of 18 (869) ImperiaLakes Classic............................T-4th of 21 (859) Southeastern Invitational....................... 9th of 18 (896) Augusta Invitational.............................T-8th of 18 (911) Eagle Invitational...................................T-5th of 12 (865) Hitchcock Invitational............................ 6th of 12 (870) SEC Championship................................. 6th of 12 (883) NCAA East Regional.........................T-14th of 22 (902) 1992-1993 Tennessee TOC.....................................11th of 15 (300) Dixie Intercollegiate............................... 4th of 18 (882) Jerry Pate National...............................12th of 12 (918) Gator Invitational................................... 2nd of 14 (855) S. Florida Invitational................. 1st of 18 (886) ImperiaLakes Classic............................... 5th of 21 (871)

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Year-By-Year Results Southeastern Invitational....................... 7th of 18 (879) Carpet Capital Collegiate ...............T-15th of 16 (615) Music City Invitational.............................1st of 18 (870) Hitchcock Invitational............................3rd of 12 (874) SEC Championship.................................3rd of 12 (879) NCAA East Regional............................15th of 22 (893) 1993-1994 Tennessee TOC.....................................11th of 15 (899) Dixie Intercollegiate.............................10th of 18 (592) Gator Invitational..................................14th of 15 (899) S. Florida Invitational............................... 5th of 18 (897) ImperiaLakes Classic..........................T-16th of 21 (887) Southeastern Invitational....................T-7th of 18 (888) Carpet Capital Collegiate...................... 9th of 16 (901) Music City Invitational............... 1st of 18 (572) Hitchcock Invitational............................3rd of 12 (874) SEC Championship...............................10th of 12 (906) NCAA East Regional............................13th of 23 (912) 1994-1995 Tennessee TOC.....................................12th of 15 (883) CCL Intercollegiate.............................T-8th of 12 (900) PING/Ariz. Intercollegiate................T-10th of 16 (880) Gator Invitational..................................11th of 15 (873) Mercedes-Benz Collegiate.................T-9th of 15 (905) ImperiaLakes Classic............................... 6th of 21 (859) Southeastern Invitational....................... 9th of 18 (879) Carpet Capital Collegiate...................T-8th of 15 (912) Hitchcock Invitational............................ 7th of 12 (880) SEC Championship................................. 6th of 12 (873) 1995-1996 Tennessee TOC....................................... 7th of 15 (875) PING/Tulsa Invitational.......................... 4th of 12 (913) CCL Intercollegiate................... 1st of 11 (881) Gator Invitational....................................3rd of 15 (848) Mercedes-Benz Collegiate.................T-6th of 18 (890) Matlock Classic.....................................T-4th of 21 (574) Blue-Gray Intercollegiate....................... 7th of 18 (884) Carpet Capital Collegiate...................T-7th of 15 (893) Hitchcock Invitational............................ 5th of 12 (868) SEC Championship................................. 5th of 12 (875) NCAA East Regional.........................T-13th of 23 (913) 1996-1997 Tennessee TOC....................................T-8th of 15 (867) Kroger Intercollegiate............................3rd of 18 (875) CCL Intercollegiate................................3rd of 12 (867) Gator Invitational.................................... 4th of 15 (851) Mercedes-Benz.....................................T-7th of 19 (903) Matlock Classic.....................................T-4th of 18 (860) Alabama Spring Invitational...................3rd of 18 (853) Carpet Capital Collegiate.................T-11th of 18 (904) Hitchcock Invitational............................ 4th of 12 (877) SEC Championship..............................T-4th of 12 (900) NCAA East Regional............................16th of 23 (910) 1997-1998 Tucker Intercollegiate.........................T-16th of 23 (597 Tennessee TOC...................................... 2nd of 15 (855) Red River Classic................................T-2nd of 14 (879) CCL Intercollegiate................... 1st of 13 (857) Gator Invitational....................................3rd of 15 (860) Taylor Made Big Island........................... 5th of 25 (871) Alabama Spring Invite............... 1st of 18 (870) Carpet Capital Collegiate...................... 5th of 18 (881) Hitchcock Invitational................ 1st of 12 (844) SEC Championship.................... 1st of 12 (567) The Maxwell .........................................T-3rd of 14 (864) NCAA East Regional.............................. 4th of 23 (853) NCAA Championship..........................17th of 30 (575)

1998-1999 NCAA Preview....................................... 2nd of 15 (888) Red River Classic.......................................4th of 5 (844) Jerry Pate Invitational............................. 7th of 12 (857) Rolex Match Play ..........................1st of 8 (3-0) Palmetto Dunes ........................................2nd of 8 (862) San Juan Shootout...................................3rd of 18 (888) Golf Digest Invitational......................... 2nd of 18 (859) Williams Intercollegiate............ 1st of 12 (876) Schenkel Invitational.............................. 2nd of 15 (869) Carpet Capital Collegiate......... 1st of 18 (858) SEC Championship................................ 2nd of 12 (908) The Maxwell............................................. 4th of 15 (879) NCAA East Regional.............................. 4th of 23 (863) NCAA Championship.............. 1st of 30 (1180) 1999-2000 NCAA Preview.....................................T-5th of 18 (868) Carpet Capital Collegiate...................... 9th of 15 (884) Jerry Pate Invitational.............................3rd of 12 (838) Golf World Invitational.............. 1st of 18 (837) Puerto Rico Shootout............................ 5th of 15 (866) Las Vegas Intercollegiate........................ 7th of 14 (860) Schenkel Invitational.................. 1st of 15 (829) U.S. Intercollegiate.................................. 5th of 12 (862) SEC Championship.................... 1st of 12 (852) The Maxwell..........................................T-4th of 15 (874) NCAA East Regional...........................T-5th of 27 (889) NCAA Championship..........................16th of 30 (582) 2000-2001 NCAA Preview........................... 1st of 16 (583) Carpet Capital Collegiate......................3rd of 15 (874) Jerry Pate Invitational............................ 2nd of 12 (827) Golf World Invitational.............. 1st of 18 (822) CGF Match-Play...................................... 3rd of 8 (2-1-0) Puerto Rico Classic................................ 4th of 15 (869) Las Vegas Intercollegiate....................... 2nd of 15 (868) Schenkel Invitational.................. 1st of 15 (854) U.S. Intercollegiate..................... 1st of 12 (835) SEC Championship.................... 1st of 12 (841) Atlanta Intercollegiate................ 1st of 9 (833) NCAA East Regional...........................T-5th of 27 (843) NCAA Championship..........................5th of 30 (1152) 2001-2002 NCAA Preview.....................................T-6th of 15 (872) Carpet Capital Collegiate...................... 6th of 14 (891) Jerry Pate Invitational..........................T-7th of 12 (876) Long Cove Invitational.........................10th of 15 (886) Puerto Rico Classic..............................11th of 15 (893) Las Vegas Intercollegiate........................ 5th of 16 (872) Schenkel Invitational............................... 5th of 15 (874) ASU Invitational ....................................12th of 18 (870) SEC Championship.................................3rd of 12 (866) Atlanta Intercollegiate............................3rd of 13 (864) NCAA East Regional.............................. 8th of 27 (896) NCAA Championship.....................T-21st of 30 (1162) 2002-2003 Inverness Invitational.............................. 6th of 15 (893) Carpet Capital Collegiate...................T-8th of 18 (870) Adams Cup............................................T-3rd of 17 (879) Tennessee TOC........................... 1st of 14 (840) Mercedes-Benz ..................................T-12th of 15 (887) Puerto Rico Classic...........................T-11th of 18 (897) Toyota Championship............................ 8th of 15 (870) Schenkel Invitational...............................3rd of 15 (854) ASU Invitational ...................................... 5th of 17 (841) SEC Championship.................................3rd of 12 (866) Atlanta Intercollegiate............................ 6th of 12 (864)

NCAA West Regional.........................T-3rd of 27 (871) NCAA Championship........................16th of 30 (1226) 2003-2004 Bank of Tennessee.....................................6th of 18(874) NCAA Preview..........................................5th of 15(577) Carpet Capital Collegiate...................... 4th of 18 (863) Puerto Rico Classic................................ 4th of 18 (865) Southern Highlands .................................4th of 15(863) Schenkel Invitational.............................. 2nd of 15 (869) Jerry Pate Invitational............................ 2nd of 12 (822) Mercedes-Benz......................................10th of 18 (902) Atlanta Intercollegiate.........................T-5th of 12 (862) ASU Invitational ...................................... 5th of 18 (874) SEC Championship.................... 1st of 12 (843) NCAA East Regional...........................T-3rd of 27 (864) NCAA Championship.................... T-11th of 30 (1161) 2004-2005 NCAA Preview........................................3rd of 15 (861) Jerry Pate Intercollegiate....................... 4th of 12 (833) Isleworth Invtiational................. 1st of 16 (863) Carpet Capital Collegiate......... 1st of 15 (879) Puerto Rico Classic................................ 5th of 18 (865) Southern Highlands............................... 2nd of 15 (870) Schenkel Invitational............................T-3rd of 15 (883) Hootie At Bulls Bay................................. 4th of 15 (873) ASU Invitational...................................... 2nd of 18 (897) SEC Championship.................................3rd of 12 (883) The Maxwell.............................................3rd of 11 (823) NCAA East Regional..............................3rd of 27 (843) NCAA Championship.............. 1st of 30 (1135) 2005-2006 PING/Golfweek Preview............ 1st of 15 (845) Pate Invitational...................................... 2nd of 12 (834) Isleworth Invitational................. 1st of 18 (872) Carpet Capital Collegiate......................3rd of 18 (863) Hooters Match Play....................1st of 16 (4-0) Puerto Rico Classic.................... 1st of 18 (843) Southern Highlands............................... 2nd of 18 (889) Hall Of Fame.........................................T-8th of 17 (908) U.S. Collegiate.......................................T-4th of 13 (876) SEC Championship.................... 1st of 12 (827) Linger Longer Invitational......... 1st of 12 (855) NCAA East Regional............................. 2nd of 20 (865) NCAA Championship..........................6th of 30 (1156) 2006-2007 Inverness Invitational.............................. 5th of 15 (904) Carpet Capital Collegiate......................3rd of 18 (854) PING/Golfweek Preview....................... 5th of 15 (848) Isleworth Invitational.............................. 5th of 18 (893) Callaway Golf Match Play.......................6th of 16 (2-2) Puerto Rico Classic.................... 1st of 18 (850) Southern Highlands............................... 2nd of 15 (877) Schenkel Invitational.................. 1st of 18 (854) U.S. Collegiate............................ 1st of 15 (884) SEC Championship................................. 6th of 12 (883) Linger Longer Invitational......... 1st of 15 (835) NCAA East Regional.................. 1st of 27 (835) NCAA Championship.........................2nd of 30 (1121) 2007-2008 Carpet Capital Collegiate...................... 6th of 18 (882) Brickyard Collegiate.................. 1st of 13 (831) Isleworth Invitational................. 1st of 18 (841) Callaway Golf Match Play.......................6th of 16 (2-2) Puerto Rico Classic................................3rd of 15 (861) Southern Highlands................................3rd of 15 (872) Linger Longer Invitational.................... 2nd of 14 (862) U.S. Collegiate.......................................... 9th of 15 (886)

ASU Invitational...................................... 2nd of 18 (568) SEC Championship.................................3rd of 12 (862) NCAA East Regional.................. 1st of 27 (811) NCAA Championship..........................8th of 30 (1210) 2008-2009 Carpet Capital Collegiate...................... 7th of 18 (876) PING/Golfweek Preview.......................3rd of 15 (861) Brickyard Collegiate.................. 1st of 15 (859) Isleworth Invitational................. 1st of 18 (867) Puerto Rico Classic.................... 1st of 15 (826) Las Vegas Intercollegiate........................3rd of 15 (870) Linger Longer Invitational......... 1st of 13 (867) U.S. Collegiate.......................................... 4th of 15 (883) SEC Championship.................... 1st of 12 (849) NCAA SE Regional................................ 2nd of 14 (829) NCAA Championship................ 3rd of 30 (869, 1-1-0) 2009-2010 Carpet Capital Collegiate....................10th of 12 (892) Olympia Fields Invitational.................... 8th of 15 (883) Brickyard Collegiate............................... 4th of 15 (579) Isleworth Invitational.............................. 4th of 15 (893) Puerto Rico Shootout............................ 6th of 15 (856) Charleston Shootout................. 1st of 15 (846) So. Highlands Collegiate.......................12th of 15 (935) Linger Longer Invitational..................... 4th of 16 (879) Morris Williams Intercollegiate.1st of 15 (878) SEC Championship.................... 1st of 12 (844) NCAA SC Regional................................ 6th of 14 (869) 2010-2011 Carpet Capital Collegiate...................... 6th of 12 (876) PING/Golfweek Preview.......................3rd of 15 (883) Brickyard Collegiate.................. 1st of 15 (857) Isleworth Invitational............................11th of 15 (908) Puerto Rico Classic................................ 4th of 15 (858) Southern Highlands Masters................. 6th of 15 (890) Callaway Match Play...........................10th of 16 (2-2-0) Linger Longer Invitational.....................3rd of 13 (866) SEC Championship................................. 4th of 12 (862) NCAA Erie Regional.............................. 4th of 13 (857) NCAA Championships..................2nd of 30 (884, 2-1) 2011-2012 Carpet Capital Collegiate...................... 7th of 12 (872) Adams Cup Of Newport..................... 2nd of 19 (851) Northeast Tri Match..................... 1st of 3 (287) Brickyard Collegiate............................... 4th of 15 (872) ODU/Outerbanks Collegiate.... 1st of 18 (834) Puerto Rico Shootout............................ 9th of 15 (869) USF Invitational....................................... 2nd of 17 (860) Furman Intercollegiate........................... 5th of 21 (867) Linger Longer Invitational.................... 2nd of 12 (852) SEC Championship................................. 4th of 12 (850) NCAA Athens Regional......................... 4th of 13 (864) NCAA Championships........................17th of 30 (881) 2012-2013 Carpet Capital Collegiate..................... 2nd of 16 (856) PING/Golfweek Preview....................... 8th of 16 (859) Brickyard Collegiate.................. 1st of 15 (848) AutoTrader.com Classic........................ 6th of 16 (888) Puerto Rico Classic................................ 4th of 15 (852) Southern Highlands Masters...............13th of 15 (904) Bulldog Battle at Mountain Lake...... 1st of 2 (565) Linger Longer Invitational..................... 5th of 14 (582) Augusta State Invitational......................3rd of 15 (866) SEC Championship................................. 9th of 14 (876) NCAA Tempe Regional......................... 2nd of 14 (827) NCAA Championship .........................19th of 30 (850)

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Georgia’s Record Book INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Best Round (in relation to par) 1. 63 (-9)..................... Peter Persons, 1984 Alarcon 2. 64 (-8).................... Matt Peterson, 1988 Furman 63 (-8).................Brendon Todd, 2003 Jerry Pate 63 (-8)..................Chris Kirk, 2005 All-American 64 (-8)............. Harris English, 2010 Puerto Rico 64 (-8).................. T.J. Mitchell, 2011 Outerbanks 64 (-8).......................Sam Straka, 2012 Brickyard 8. 65 (-7).......... Gus Holbrook, 1978 Junior-Senior 65 (-7)...................... Tommy Tolles, 1987 Jackson 65 (-7).........................Greg Kennedy, 1988 Dixie 65 (-7)....................... Todd Thompson, 1988 SEC 65 (-7).......... Matt Peterson, 1989 ImperiaLakes 65 (-7)................................ Bill Brown, 1991 Eagle 65 (-7).................................Justin Bolli, 1997 CCL 65 (-7)...........Nick Cassini, 2000 Carpet Capital 65 (-7).......................... Kevin Kisner, 2003 Toyota 65 (-7)....................... Richard Scott, 2003 Atlanta 64 (-7)....................Kevin Kisner, 2004 Jerry Pate 64 (-7)..................Chris Kirk, 2007 All-American 65 (-7)................Chris Kirk, 2007 Linger Longer 65 (-7)..................Harris English, 2007 Brickyard 65 (-7).................Russell Henley, 2009 Brickyard 65 (-7)............. Keith Mitchell, 2011 Outerbanks 65 (-7).............T.J. Mitchell, 2013 Carpet Capital 25. 65 (-6)......................... Jim Becker, 1977 Schenkel 66 (-6)................................Chip Beck, 1978 Dixie 66 (-6)....................... Bob Wolcott, 1981 Furman 66 (-6)..............Antonio Barcellos, 1986 Furman 66 (-6)..............Todd Thompson, 1988 Southern 66 (-6).......................Bill Brown, 1992 Hitchcock 66 (-6)............Michael Morrison, 1998 Palmetto 66 (-6)..............Erik Compton, 1999 Golf World 66 (-6).................. Bubba Watson, 2000 Schenkel 66 (-6)......................Nick Cassini, 2000 Schenkel 66 (-6)..............Erik Compton, 2000 Golf World 66 (-6)...................... Bryant Odom, 2001 Atlanta 66 (-6).........................Nick Cassini, 2001 Atlanta 65 (-6)..................Chris Kirk, 2007 All-American 66 (-6).................Russell Henley, 2007 Brickyard 66 (-6)................. Brian Harman, 2007 Brickyard 66 (-6)..................Harris English, 2007 Isleworth 66 (-6)............. Hudson Swafford, 2008 So. High. 65 (-6)...........Harris English, 2008 East Regional 65 (-6).............Hudson Swafford, 2008 East Reg. 66 (-6).............Brian Harman, 2009 Puerto Rico 65 (-6)...... Harris English, 2010 Morris Williams 66 (-6).................Russell Henley, 2010 Brickyard 66 (-6)......Bryden Macpherson, 2011 Brickyard 66 (-6)......................... Sepp Straka, 2012 Furman Best Tournament Total (in relation to par) 1. 195 (-18)...............Chris Kirk, 2007 All-American 2. 201 (-15).................. Ryan Hybl, 2000 Golf World 201 (-15).............. T. J. Mitchell, 2011 Outerbanks 4. 202 (-14)...........Erik Compton, 2000 Golf World 5. 203 (-13)...........Erik Compton, 1999 Golf World 203 (-13)............... Bubba Watson, 2000 Schenkel 200 (-13).......Russell Henley, 2008 East Regional 8. 204 (-12).................. Peter Persons, 1984 Alarcon 204 (-12)..........Nick Cassini, 2001 United States 201 (-12)...............Chris Kirk, 2005 All-American 204 (-12)...............Harris English, 2007 Brickyard 204 (-12)....Hudson Swafford, 2009 Puerto Rico 204 (-12).......... Harris English, 2010 Puerto Rico 14. 205 (-11)................. Matt Peterson, 1988 Furman 205 (-11)...... Michael Morrison, 1998 Hitchcock 205 (-11).............. Nick Cassini, 1999 Golf World 205 (-11)................. Brian Harman, 2005 Preview 205 (-11)................ Chris Kirk, 2006 Puerto Rico 205 (-11).............. Brian Harman, 2007 Brickyard 205 (-11)...............Harris English, 2007 Isleworth 21. 206 (-10)............ Jim Becker, 1976 Spirit of Amer. 206 (-10)......................Griff Moody, 1979 Pan Am 206 (-10)............... Paul Claxton, 1990 Hitchcock 206 (-10).................. Ryuji Imada, 1998 Red River 206 (-10)......................Nick Cassini, 2001 Atlanta 203 (-10)..............Brendon Todd, 2003 Jerry Pate 203 (-10).............Chris Kirk, 2007 Linger Longer 206 (-10)..............Russell Henley, 2007 Brickyard

206 (-10)..........Brian Harman, 2009 Puerto Rico 206 (-10).........Russell Henley, 2009 Puerto Rico 134 (-10)..............Russell Henley, 2009 Brickyard 206 (-10)..............Russell Henley, 2010 Brickyard 206 (-10).......... Keith Mitchell, 2011 Outerbanks

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Lowest Season Average 70.90 ��������������������������������������������Chris Kirk, 2005-06 70.97 ������������������������������������� Peter Persons, 1985-86 71.05 ���������������������������������������� Nick Cassini, 2000-01 71.11 ������������������������������������� Peter Persons, 1984-85 71.14 ��������������������������������������������Chris Kirk, 2006-07 71.20 ����������������������������������������Bob Wolcott, 1983-84 71.21 ������������������������������������ Jeremy Parrott, 1997-98 71.33 �������������������������������������Erik Compton, 2000-01 71.43 �������������������������������������Russell Henley, 2009-10 71.48 �����������������������������������������Griff Moody, 1978-79 71.57 �������������������������������������������� Ryan Hybl, 2001-02 71.61 �������������������������������������������� Chip Beck, 1977-78 71.67 ��������������������������������������Bryant Odom, 2000-01 71.71 ������������������������������� Franklin Langham, 1990-91 71.80 ������������������������������������� Brendon Todd, 2006-07 71.82 ���������������������������������������� Nick Cassini, 1999-00 71.83 ����������������������������������������� David Miller, 2000-01 71.83 ��������������������������������������Keith Mitchell, 2011-12 71.85 �����������������������������������������Griff Moody, 1977-78 71.86 ��������������������������������������Harris English, 2009-10

Top-10 Finishes In A Career 1. 27.................................................. Chip Beck, 1975-78 2. 24..................................................Chris Kirk, 2004-07 3. 22...........................................Russell Henley, 2008-11 4. 20...............................................Griff Moody, 1977-80 20........................................... Peter Persons, 1983-86 6. 19........................................... Brendon Todd, 2004-07 7. 18........................................... Brian Harman, 2006-09 8. 17..............................................Paul Claxton, 1988-91 17............................................Harris English, 2008-11 10. 16...........................................Matt Peterson, 1986-89 11. 15..............................................Bob Wolcott, 1981-84 15...............................Hudson Swafford, 2007-09, 11 13. 14.............................................. Nick Cassini, 1998-01 14.............................................. Kevin Kisner, 2003-06 15. 13.......................................... Jeremy Parrott, 1997-99 13.................................................. Ryan Hybl, 2000-04 17. 12..................................................Jim Becker, 1974-77 12..................................... Franklin Langham, 1989-91 12................................................ Ryuji Imada, 1998-99 12..........................................David Denham, 2003-05 12...........................................Adam Mitchell, 2006-09

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Lowest Career Average 71.79..................................... Peter Persons, 1983-86 71.79.....................................Erik Compton, 1999-01 71.89............................................Chris Kirk, 2006-07 72.08.........................................Griff Moody, 1978-80 72.09.................................... Russell Henley, 2008-11 72.11........................................ Nick Cassini, 1998-01 72.19..........................................Ryuji Imada, 1998-99 72.31..................................... Brendon Todd, 2006-07 72.45......................................Harris English, 2008-11 72.50..................................... Bryant Odom, 1999-02 72.50....................................David Denham, 2003-05 72.51............................................ Chip Beck, 1975-78 72.60..................................... Brian Harman, 2006-09 72.64....................................... Bob Wolcott, 1981-84 72.70............................................ Ryan Hybl, 2000-04 72.75......................................... David Miller, 1997-02 72.85...............................Franklin Langham, 1989-91 72.94.......................................Wayne Smith, 1982-83 72.97........................................ Kevin Kisner, 2003-06 73.01..........................Hudson Swafford, 2007-09,11 73.25...................................... Richard Scott, 2003-06 73.31..........................Bryden Macpherson, 2010-12 73.33.....................................Matt Peterson, 1986-89 73.38....................................Jeremy Parrott, 1997-99

TEAM RECORDS Best Round (in relation to par) 1. 268 (-20)........................................ 2000 Golf World 2. 265 (-19).................................... 2008 East Regional 3. 270 (-18).............................................2000 Schenkel 270 (-18)...................................... 2009 Puerto Rico 5. 272 (-16)................................................2001 Atlanta 272 (-16)....................................2001 United States 268 (-16)...........................................2004 Jerry Pate 8. 273 (-15)........................................... 2007 Brickyard 273 (-15)...................................... 2009 Puerto Rico 10. 274 (-14).............................................2000 Schenkel 11. 275 (-13).....................................1978 Junior-Senior 275 (-13)........................................ 1999 Golf World 275 (-13)..................................1999 Carpet Capital 275 (-13).................................... 2001 East Regional 271 (-13).................................... 2008 East Regional 275 (-13)........................................2011 Adams Cup 17. 276 (-12).....................................1978 Junior-Senior 276 (-12)...................................................1987 Dixie 276 (-12) .................................................. 1991 Eagle 276 (-12) ..........................................1998 Red River 272 (-12)...........................................2000 Jerry Pate 272 (-12)..........................2009 Southeast Regional 276 (-12)..........................2011 Colorado Regional

Top-10 Finishes In A Season 1. 10..................................... Franklin Langham, 1990-91 10..................................................Chris Kirk, 2005-06 3. 9..............................................Matt Peterson, 1988-89 4. 8..................................................... Chip Beck, 1975-76 8..................................................... Chip Beck, 1976-77 8..................................................... Chip Beck, 1977-78 8.............................................. Peter Persons, 1985-86 8................................................... Ryuji Imada, 1998-99 8..................................................... Ryan Hybl, 2001-02 8.....................................................Chris Kirk, 2006-07 8..............................................Russell Henley, 2009-10 12. 7..................................................Griff Moody, 1977-78 7..................................................Griff Moody, 1978-79 7............................................. Jeremy Parrott, 1997-98 7............................................. Jeremy Parrott, 1998-99 7.............................................. Brendon Todd, 2004-05 7.............................................. Brendon Todd, 2006-07 7...............................................Harris English, 2009-10 19. 6.....................................................Jim Becker, 1975-76 6..................................................Griff Moody, 1979-80 6................................................Wayne Smith, 1981-82 6.............................................. Peter Persons, 1984-85 6.................................................Paul Claxton, 1990-91 6..............................................Erik Compton, 2000-01 6................................................. Nick Cassini, 2000-01 6................................................. Kevin Kisner, 2002-03 6.............................................David Denham, 2004-05

Best Tournament (in relation to par) 822 (-42) ....................................... 2000 Golf World 811 (-41).................................... 2008 East Regional 826 (-38)...................................... 2009 Puerto Rico 829 (-35) ............................................2000 Schenkel 831 (-33)........................................... 2007 Brickyard 833 (-31) ...............................................2001 Atlanta 834 (-30).......................................2011 Outerbanks 835 (-29) ....................................1978 Junior-Senior 835 (-29) ...................................2001 United States 835 (-29)................................... 2007 Linger Longer 837 (-27) ....................................... 1999 Golf World 827 (-25) ..........................................2000 Jerry Pate 840 (-24) ............................... 2002 Tennessee TOC 829 (-23) ...........................................1984 Southern 841 (-23)........................................... 2007 Isleworth 829 (-23)..........................2009 Southeast Regional 843 (-21) ................................... 2001 East Regional 843 (-21) ..................................... 2006 Puerto Rico

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6.....................................................Chris Kirk, 2006-07 6.............................................. Brendon Todd, 2006-07 6..............................................Russell Henley, 2007-08 6..............................................Adam Mitchell, 2007-08

Tournaments Won In A Season 1. 6 ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2000-01 6 ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2005-06 3. 5 ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 1977-78 5 ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 1981-82 5 ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2006-07

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National Championships the 1999 NCAA Championship in Chaska, Minn.: 1999 Following • The announcer called out the wrong school as the winner of the national title. • A torrential rainstorm hit the suburb of Minneapolis. • And a courtesy van provided to the actual champion was vandalized, presumably by a not-so-gracious loser. But the players and coaches from the Georgia men’s golf team couldn’t have cared less. All of that was a small price to pay for the program’s first national championship. “It’s an indescribable feeling,” said Coach Chris Haack, whose Georgia (not Washington, as the announcer said) squad secured the trophy. “All the hard work, all the sacrifice, all the time spent hitting balls, it’s worth it. I always wondered what it felt like when teams like UNLV and Oklahoma State won the national title. Now I know — and it’s a great feeling. I am so proud of our guys. A four-day tournament is a real grind, but they stayed focused and played good, steady golf all week. They really played like champions.” Especially on the last day. The Bulldogs entered the final round trailing Oklahoma State by five shots at Hazeltine National Golf Club. The players and coaches to a man said making up five shots was not a difficult proposition — and they were right. Georgia actually pulled ahead after just two holes and extended its lead throughout the rest of the front nine before holding on down the stretch to win by three. “We knew that we had to be patient on this course because so much can change so quickly,” Michael Morrison said. “You can’t take anything for granted.You have to play every shot as hard as the last one.You’ve got to play every hole to the best of your ability. I think we all did that.” Particularly Ryuji Imada. He paced the comeback effort with a 5-under par 67, one off the course record for Hazeltine. Imada finished at 1-under 287, second behind Northwestern’s Luke Donald (284). “It was one of the best 18 holes of golf I’ve ever seen,” said Haack, who sported a newly shaved bald head after the NCAAs as he made good on a pre-tournament promise. “Ryuji was spectacular. He certainly picked the

Front row: Nick Cassini, Chris Haack and Ryuji Imada. Back row: Mark Northey, Michael Morrison, Jeremy Parrott and Jim Douglas.

right time to turn it on. That could go down in history as one of the best final rounds at the NCAAs. The little man just put us on his back and took us to the title.” Imada had a shot at winning the medalist title down the stretch, but he said he focused more on the team crown. “The last thing I wanted to do was mess up and cost us the national championship,” Imada said. “I had a couple of chances to go at the flag, but I didn’t because it meant more for us as a team to win the national championship. I wanted to be aggressive, but I didn’t want to let the team down.” Imada finished the year as the nation’s third-ranked golfer, trailing only Donald and Georgia Tech’s Bryce Molder. “It’s the best feeling I’ve ever had. It’s unbelievable,” Nick Cassini said. “No matter what any of us do the rest of our lives in golf, we’ll be the 1999 national champions. It’s like a dream come true.”

With Coach Chris Haack rubbing the lucky coin in his 2005 pocket, Georgia cashed in at the NCAA Championship. The Bulldogs went wire-to-wire as the tournament leader at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills, Md., finishing with an 11-shot advantage over instate rival Georgia Tech. Georgia fired an even-par 280 in the final round to wind up at 15-over 1,135. “I could not be prouder of this group of guys,” said Haack, who carried a coin given to him by his daughter, Katie, that had the inscription, “Dad, I Love You.” “I knew that we had the talent, the confidence and the demeanor to challenge for the championship this year,” Haack continued. “It’s been a good year, but we only had two wins coming in. I knew if they all put it together, it would be special. They just happened to do it this week when it meant the most.” “It’s awesome to go out like this,” said David Denham, the only senior in the Bulldogs’ lineup. “You live for moments like this. Every team strives to win the national championship, but not too many of them do it.” “This is what you play for,” Richard Scott said. “This is what this team was put together for. It’s great to go out and win other tournaments, but this is the one we all play for.” “This is the biggest one,” team captain Kevin Kisner said. “This is what you set your goals for. This is why we all came to Georgia. We’ve got too solid of a team not to win tournaments. When we all play well, it’s hard for us to lose.” The Bulldogs entered the final round with a 9-shot lead over the Yellow Jackets, and they knew it would hard to give that kind of lead away. Still, when Brendon Todd’s putt rolled in on No. 18, the players and coaches were

Front row: Kevin Kisner and David Denham. Back row: Jim Douglas, Brendon Todd, Richard Scott, Chris Kirk and Chris Haack.

all at once relieved and ecstatic. “This is the ultimate feeling,” Chris Kirk said. “It’s awesome. It’s a great group of guys, and I have loved playing with them the last two years.” “It feels great,” Todd said. “It’s probably the biggest accomplishment any of us have in golf. It’s just incredible to win the national championship.” Todd wound up as the Bulldogs’ top individual at 3-over 283, followed by Kirk and Kisner at 5-over 285, Scott at 6-over 286 and Denham at 8-over 288. Todd finished seventh, and Kirk and Kisner were in the group that tied for 13th. Scott had a top-20 finish as he wound up 16th.

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Georgia’s All-Americans GOLF COACHES ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA FIRST TEAM George Hamer �������������������������������������� 1946 John Carson ������������������������������������������� 1951 David Boyd ��������������������������������������������� 1962 Jimmy Gabrielsen ���������������������������������� 1963 Vinny Giles ���������������������������������������������� 1966 Tommy Valentine ���������������������������������� 1970 Bill Kratzert �������������������������������������������� 1974 Chip Beck......................................1977, 1978 Griff Moody �������������������������������������������� 1979 Bob Wolcott ������������������������������������������ 1984 Peter Persons ����������������������������������������� 1986 Matt Peterson ���������������������������������������� 1989 Franklin Langham ���������������������������������� 1991 Jeremy Parrott ��������������������������������������� 1998 Ryuji Imada ��������������������������������������������� 1999 Nick Cassini ������������������������������������������ 2001 Ryan Hybl ������������������������������������������������ 2002 Chris Kirk.....................................2006, 2007 Brendon Todd ��������������������������������������� 2007 Russell Henley ���������������������������������������� 2010 SECOND TEAM Cobby Ware ������������������������������������������ 1960 David Boyd ��������������������������������������������� 1961 Vinny Giles ���������������������������������������������� 1965 Allen Miller ����������������������������������1968, 1969 Bill Kratzert �������������������������������������������� 1973 Chip Beck ������������������������������������������������ 1976 Griff Moody �������������������������������������������� 1978 Peter Persons ����������������������������������������� 1985 Matt Peterson ���������������������������������������� 1988 Paul Claxton ������������������������������������������� 1990 Nick Cassini �������������������������������������������� 2000 Erik Compton ���������������������������������������� 2001 Bryant Odom ����������������������������������������� 2001 David Denham ��������������������������������������� 2005 Chris Kirk ����������������������������������������������� 2005 Brendon Todd ��������������������������������������� 2005 Brian Harman �������������������2006, 2007, 2009 Russell Henley �����������������������������2008, 2009 Adam Mitchell ���������������������������������������� 2008 Hudson Swafford ������������������������2008, 2009 Harris English ������������������������������2010, 2011 THIRD TEAM Bob Moser ���������������������������������������������� 1959 Vinny Giles ���������������������������������������������� 1964 Tommy Barnes �������������������������������������� 1967

Tim Simpson ������������������������������������������� 1976 Jim Becker ����������������������������������������������� 1977 Lyn Lott ��������������������������������������������������� 1972 Robert Donald ��������������������������������������� 1978 Mike Cook ���������������������������������������������� 1982 Wright Waddell ������������������������������������ 1983 Paul Claxton ������������������������������������������� 1991 Michael Morrison ���������������������������������� 1999 Erik Compton ���������������������������������������� 2000 Ryan Hybl ������������������������������������������������ 2001 David Miller �������������������������������������������� 2001 Harris English ������������������������������2008, 2009 HONORABLE MENTION Terry Diehl ��������������������������������������������� 1969 Lloyd Liebler ������������������������������������������ 1971 Lyn Lott ��������������������������������������������������� 1971 Danny Yates ������������������������������������������� 1971 Tim Simpson ������������������������������������������� 1975 Gus Holbrook ���������������������������������������� 1977 Joe Walter ���������������������������������������������� 1977 Wayne Smith �������������������������������1982, 1983 Louis Brown ������������������������������������������� 1984 Matt Peterson ���������������������������������������� 1987 Franklin Langham ���������������������������������� 1990 Mark Northey ���������������������������������������� 1997 Michael Morrison �����������������������1998, 2000 Jeremy Parrott ��������������������������������������� 1999 Bubba Watson ��������������������������������������� 2000 David Miller �������������������������������������������� 2002 Bryant Odom ����������������������������������������� 2002 David Denham..... ���������������������������������� 2003 Kevin Kisner �������������������������������2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Brendon Todd ����������������������������2004, 2006 Richard Scott ������������������������������2005, 2006 Adam Mitchell �����������������������������2007, 2009 Russell Henley ���������������������������������������� 2011 Hudson Swafford ����������������������������������� 2011 Keith Mitchell ����������������������������������������� 2012

GOLFWEEK MAGAZINE FIRST TEAM Chris Kirk.....................................2006, 2007 Brendon Todd ��������������������������������������� 2007 Harris English ����������������������������������������� 2010 Russell Henley ���������������������������������������� 2010 SECOND TEAM Brian Harman....................2006, 2007, 2009 Russell Henley �����������������������������2008, 2009 Hudson Swafford ����������������������������������� 2008 THIRD TEAM Harris English....................2008, 2009, 2011 Hudson Swafford ����������������������������������� 2009 HONORABLE MENTION Brendon Todd ��������������������������������������� 2006 Richard Scott ����������������������������������������� 2006 Kevin Kisner ������������������������������������������� 2006 Adam Mitchell �����������������������������2007, 2009 Brian Harman ����������������������������������������� 2008 Russell Henley ���������������������������������������� 2011

Hudson Swafford

Kevin Kisner

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Georgia’s Lettermen, Captains A Abernathy, Pete................ 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Adams, James..........................................1958, 1959 Adams, Rob........................................................1990 Adams, William.................................................1960 Adham, Richard................ 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 Allen, Jimmy.................................1962, 1963, 1964 Atkinson, Billy ............................1934, 1935, 1936 Atkinson, Tide...................................................1937 B Banks, Zan....................................1993, 1994, 1995 Barcellos, Antonio........... 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990 Barnes, Tommy............................1965, 1966, 1967 Beasley, Maury.................. 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Beck, Chip......................... 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 Becker, Jim......................... 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Bell, Al......................................................1960, 1962 Bennett, Rob..................... 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011 Benson, Edsel.....................................................1946 Black, Dave..............................................1928, 1929 Blackmon, Shaw............... 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Blair, Billy......................................1952, 1953, 1955 Blanchard, Jimmy....................................1961, 1962 Blanchard, Mercer............................................1938 Blanton, Bucky...................................................1979 Blum, Arnold...........................................1941, 1942 Bolli, Justin....................................1997, 1998, 1999 Bowden, Earl................................1955, 1956, 1957 Bowen, Calhoun...............................................1938 Bower, Byron...............................1937, 1938, 1939 Boyd, David..................................1961, 1962, 1963 Brantley, George...............................................1929 Brim, John................................................1959, 1960 Brown, Bill......................... 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 Brown, Clem.....................................................1942 Brown, Louis..................... 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 Brumby, Frank...................................................1956 Butler, Rob........................ 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 C Calhoun, Murray....................................1963, 1964 Campbell, Morton.................................1935, 1936 Canipe, David..............................1972, 1973, 1974 Carson, John...........................................1951, 1953 Carter, Brian................................2010, 2012, 2013 Cartledge, Sam..................................................1925 Casey, Kevin.......................................................1976 Cassini, Nick................................1999, 2000, 2001 Clarke, Walton..................................................1963 Claxton, Paul.................... 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 Cofer, Richard...................................................1951 Cole, Donald.....................................................1958 Cole, Greg.........................................................1986 Cole, Robby...................... 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Compton, Erik........................................2000, 2001 Cook, Harvey.........................................1965, 1966 Cook, Mike....................... 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Covington, Dean.............. 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938 Cromie, Michael.........................2011, 2012, 2013 Crosby, Taylor.........................................2003, 2004 Crowley, Andrew..............................................2002 Crowe, Harold.......................................1946, 1947 D Davison, Pete...............................1967, 1968, 1969 DeMoss, Mookie...............................................2013 Denham, David............................2003, 2004, 2005 Diehl, Terry....................... 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971 Doetsch, Richard..............................................1956 Donald, Robert................ 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 Donald, Mitch..............................2003, 2004, 2005 Drury, Chip....................... 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 Drury, Mark...................... 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986 Dudley, Frank.....................................................1930 Dudley, Jimmy....................................................1940 Dunaway, Russ.............................1994, 1996, 1997 E Eldridge, Franklin...................................1958, 1959 English, Harris..................2008, 2009 , 2010, 2011 Eskedor, Dick.....................................................1963 Evelyn, Jay................................................1977, 1978 Ewing, Jimmy................................1964, 1965, 1966 F Fahy, Albert..................................1935, 1936, 1937 Fambrough, Mike............. 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 Fowler, Hall....................... 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983 Fraser, Jack.........................................................1942 G Gabrielsen, Jimmy.......................1961, 1962, 1963 Garber, Joey............................................2012, 2013 Garner, Brad................................2000, 2001, 2002 Garbers, Grant.......................................1984, 1985

Gibbs, John........................ 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Gibson, Billy.................................1960, 1961, 1962 Giles,Vinny...................................1964, 1965, 1966 Goalby, Kevin.................... 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Grant, John..............................................1922, 1924 Gray, Jack............................................................1950 Green, Michael................. 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Greyling, Christo............. 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Griffin, Archie..............................1953, 1954, 1955 Gunter, Arthur..................................................1951 H Hall, Beaver....................... 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Hamer, George.................................................1946 Hamilton, Newell..............................................1925 Hammond, Johnny ...........................................1980 Hampton, Allen.................................................1982 Harman, Brian.................. 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Harris, Ralph................................1973, 1974, 1975 Hatcher, Madden.............. 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Hawver, Brian....................................................2002 Hay, Gene...........................................................1952 Heeney, Stephen...............................................1993 Hendee, Neal................... 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Henley, Russell................. 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Hester, Marvin...................................................1951 Hester, Minton.......................................1981, 1982 Hill, Charles.................................1962, 1963, 1964 Hill, Harvey.............................................1928, 1929 Hill, Rhode..............................................1966, 1967 Hodges, Jason..............................2003, 2004, 2005 Hodgson, Morton.............................................1931 Hodgson, Paul...................................................1934 Holbrook, Gus................. 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 Holbrook, Joe................... 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Holloman, Gary............... 1966, 1967, 1968, 1970 Horn, Bill............................................................1978 Howard, Jake.................... 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957 Hoyt, Wade..................................1934, 1935, 1936 Huddleston, Robert.........................................1942 Huggins, Bill..................................1966, 1967, 1969 Hybl, Ryan......................... 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 I Imada, Ryuji.............................................1998, 1999 J Jackson, Derek................. 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Jenkins, Campbell..............................................1959 Jerrell, Jeff................................................1971, 1972 Johnson, Billup...................................................1932 Jones, Foute.......................................................1934 Jones, Harris......................................................1923 K Keeton, Ronnie......................................1968, 1969 Kelly, Lester....................... 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955 Kennedy, Greg.................. 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 Kennedy, Tom.....................................................1938 Kirby, Wilkins...............................1949, 1950, 1951 Kirk, Chris......................... 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Kisner, Kevin..................... 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Knight, Seth..................................1980, 1981, 1982 Knox, Jefferson..................................................2007 Kratzert, Bill..................... 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974 Kropp, Will.........................................................2009 Kunes, Joe.....................................1967, 1968, 1969 Kyle, George...........................................1940, 1941 L Langham, Franklin.......................1989, 1990, 1991 Larkin, Jack........................ 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 Latimer, Carroll......................................1931, 1932 Layton, Charles...........................1961, 1962, 1963 Lee, Buz..............................................................1950 Legwen, Bill........................................................1929 Liebler, Lloyd.....................................................1969 Lilliston, Howard..............................................1930 Little, Bill.............................................................1938 Little, Rosser ..............................1935, 1936, 1937 Logan, Brother..................................................1948 Lott, Lyn............................. 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 Lumpkin, Jack.................... 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957 Lumpkin, Jay...................... 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Lyemance, Meredith...................1973, 1974, 1975 M Macpherson, Bryden..................2010, 2011, 2012 Malone, Tom.................................1963, 1964, 1965 Marble, Tom............................................1977, 1978 Martue, George................................................1981 Mason, Jimmy..........................................1940, 1941 Mays, Sam................................................1958, 1959 McAlpine, Scott......................................2010, 2011 McClearen, Robert..........................................1971 McCoy, Lee........................................................2013

McDonald, James...................................1972, 1973 McIntire, Pope...................................................1948 McKenzie, Earl........................................1930, 1931 McKey, John........................................................1965 McQuillan, Matt................................................2003 McShane, Patrick..............................................2010 McWilliams, Billy....................................1932, 1933 Mell, Bill...................................................1929, 1930 Melnyk, Butler.............................2004, 2005, 2006 Miller, Allen........................ 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970 Miller, David...................... 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002 Minnich, Fred.....................................................1926 Mitchell, Adam.................. 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Mitchell, Keith.............................2011, 2012, 2013 Mitchell, T.J......................... 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Moody, Griff.................................1978, 1979, 1980 Moody, Griffin.............................1950, 1951, 1952 Morrison, Michael.......................1998, 1999, 2000 Moser, Bob..............................................1958, 1959 N Napoleon, Nick......................................1996, 1997 Northey, Mark.................. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Nunnally, Charles..............................................1928 Nunnally, Hugh..................................................1926 O Odom, Bryant.................. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Oliver, Billy .............................................1926, 1928 Oliver, Gary.......................................................1971 Oliver, Jack...................................1963, 1964, 1965 Oliver, John..................................1928, 1929, 1930 Oliver, Max...................................1926, 1928, 1928 P Parrott, Jeremy............................1997, 1998, 1999 Parrott, Michael............... 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Patterson, Donald.................................1960, 1961 Persons, Peter.................. 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 Pervarnik, Jim.........................................1985, 1986 Peterson, Matt.................. 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 Pleger, Gary............................................1952, 1953 Potts, David....................... 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 R Reach, Nicholas.....................................2012, 2013 Reynolds, Trip.........................................1995, 1996 Richardson, Haynes....................1962, 1963, 1964 Richardson, Nolen......................1951, 1952, 1953 Roddenbery, Eddie................................1971, 1972 Royer, Hugh.................................1956, 1957, 1958 Rumph, Stuart........................................1978, 1979 S Sage, Dan ................................................1935, 1936 Sams, Eddie..................................1960, 1961, 1962 Satterfield, Todd............... 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 Schladensky, Fred........................1984, 1985, 1986 Scott, Richard................... 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Searcy, Geoff......................................................1970 Sezna, Davis............................................1972, 1973 Simpson, Tim...........................................1975, 1976 Georgia’s Captains 1946 �������������������������������George Hamer 1947 ��������������������������������Pope McIntire 1948 ������������������������������� Brother Logan 1949 ��������������������������������Harold Spears 1950 ��������������������������������Harold Spears 1951 ���������������������������� Wilkins Kirby Jr. 1952 ��������������������������������Griffin Moody 1953 �������������������� Nolen Richardson Jr. 1954 ������������������������ Frank Stevenson Jr. 1955 �����������������������������������Lester Kelley 1956 ���������Jack Lumpkin, Jake Howard 1957 ���������Jack Lumpkin, Jake Howard 1958 �������������������������������������Hugh Royer 1959 �������������������������������������� Bob Moser 1960 ����������������������������������� Cobby Ware 1961 ������������������������������� Don Patterson 1962 ��������������������������������������David Boyd 1963 ���������������������������Jimmy Gabrielsen 1964 ������������������������������������� Jimmy Allen 1965 ��������������������������������������Vinny Giles 1966 ��������������������������������������Vinny Giles 1967 ������������������������������� Tommy Barnes 1968 ������������������������������������� Allen Miller 1969 ������������������������������������� Allen Miller 1970 ������������������������������������� Allen Miller 1971...... Terry Diehl, Tommy Valentine 1972 ������������������� Lyn Lott, Danny Yates 1973 ������������������������������������ Bill Kratzert 1974 ������������������������������������ Bill Kratzert 1975 ����������������������������������������Bob Young 1976 ����������������������������������������Chip Beck 1977 ����������������������������������������Chip Beck 1978 ����������������������������������������Chip Beck 1979 ������������������������������������ Griff Moody

Slaughter, N.G..............................1931, 1932, 1933 Slevin, Brian.............................................1992, 1993 Smith, Bill............................................................1938 Smith, Carter.................... 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Smith, Wayne..........................................1982, 1983 Smith, Wills........................................................2010 Spears, Harold.............................1948, 1949, 1950 Spencer, Marc................... 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Stevenson, Frank.........................1952, 1953, 1954 Stimart, Richard................................................1980 Straka, Sam..............................................2012, 2013 Straka, Sepp............................................2012, 2013 Street, Matt....................... 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Strickler, Cy............................................1926, 1928 Swafford, Hudson............ 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 Swift, George..........................................1939, 1940 Sylvan, Gus........................ 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 T Tatum, Richard..................................................1961 Taylor, Tim...............................................1968, 1969 Thomas, Lowery.........................2009, 2010, 2011 Thompson, Dicky..................................1979, 1980 Thompson, Todd.............. 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Todd, Brendon.................. 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Tolles, Tommy................... 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Towns, Joe..........................................................1934 Trotter, Bo....................................1968, 1969, 1970 Twitty, Bill...........................................................1942 Twitty, Frank......................................................1956 Tyre, Al.......................................... 1966, 1967, 1968 V Valentine, Tommy............. 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971 W Waddell, Elliot........................................1939, 1941 Waddell, Wright............... 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Walker, Warren.................................................1928 Walter, Joe........................ 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Ware, Cobby...............................1958, 1959, 1960 Warner, Charlie..........................1932, 1933, 1934 Watson, Bubba.......................................2000, 2001 Weaver, Brad.................... 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986 Wells, W.G..........................................................1931 Williams, Richard...................................1964, 1965 Witcher, Gus.....................................................1928 Woerner, Fred.............................1964, 1965, 1966 Wolcott, Bob................1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Womack, Billy.....................................1962, 1963 Worrell, Jon.............................1988, 1989, 1990 Wysoczynski, Donny........................2002, 2003 Y Yates, Danny.................1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 Yerger, John....................................................1979 Yoder, Steve...................................................1966 Young, Bob....................1972, 1973, 1974, 1975

1980 ������������������������������������ Griff Moody 1981 ����������������������������Madden Hatcher 1982 ����������������������������������� Bob Wolcott 1983 �������������Jack Larkin, Wayne Smith, Bob Wolcott 1984 ������������������������������Wright Waddell 1985 ����������������������������������� Louis Brown 1986 ��������������������������������� Peter Persons 1987.... Todd Thompson, Tommy Tolles 1988 ����������������������������� Todd Thompson 1989 �������������������������������� Matt Peterson 1990 ��������������������������Antonio Barcellos 1991 ����������������������������������� Paul Claxton 1992 ����������������������������������������Bill Brown 1993 ���������������������������������������Rob Butler 1994 ��������������������������������� Marc Spencer 1995 ��������������������������������� Marc Spencer 1996 ���������������������������������� Carter Smith 1997 �������������������������������� Derek Jackson 1998 �������������������������������� Mark Northey 1999.....Mark Northey, Jeremy Parrott 2000... Pete Abernathy, Michael Morrison 2001 ������������������������������������Nick Cassini 2002 ��������� David Miller, Bryant Odom 2003 ����������������������������������������Ryan Hybl 2004 ����������������������������������������Ryan Hybl 2005 ����������������������������������� Kevin Kisner 2006 ����������������������������������Richard Scott 2007 ������������Chris Kirk, Brendon Todd 2008..... Brian Harman, Michael Green 2009 �������������������������������� Adam Mitchell 2010 ��������������������������������Russell Henley 2011...... Russell Henley, Harris English 2012 �������������������������������������� T.J. Mitchell 2013 �������������������������������������� T.J. Mitchell

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Southeastern Conference FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC Allen Miller ����������������������������������������� 1970 Tommy Valentine �������������������1970, 1971 Lyn Lott.....................................1971, 1972 Bill Kratzert �����������������������������1972, 1973 Tim Simpson ����������������������������1975, 1976 Jim Becker ������������������������������������������� 1977 Joe Walter ������������������������������������������ 1977 Chip Beck �������������������������������������������� 1978 Robert Donald ����������������������������������� 1978 Griff Moody.................. 1978, 1979, 1980 Bob Wolcott ���������������������������1981, 1984 Mike Cook ������������������������������������������ 1982 Wayne Smith �������������������������������������� 1982 Wright Waddell �������������������������������� 1983 Peter Persons ��������������������������1985, 1986 Matt Peterson �������������������������1988, 1989 Paul Claxton ����������������������������1990, 1991 Franklin Langham ������������������������������ 1991 Bill Brown ������������������������������������������� 1992 Brian Slevin ����������������������������������������� 1993 Marc Spencer ������������������������������������� 1993 Mark Northey ������������������������������������ 1997 Ryuji Imada ������������������������������1998, 1999 Jeremy Parrott ����������������������������������� 1998 Michael Morrison ������������������������������ 1999 Nick Cassini �����������������������������2000, 2001 Erik Compton �������������������������2000, 2001 Bryant Odom ��������������������������2000, 2001 Ryan Hybl �������������������������������������������� 2002 Kevin Kisner ����������������������������2003, 2004 Brendon Todd............. 2004, 2006, 2007 David Denham ����������������������������������� 2005 Chris Kirk..................... 2005, 2006, 2007 Brian Harman............... 2006, 2007, 2009 Adam Mitchell ������������������������������������ 2008 Hudson Swafford ��������������������2008, 2009 Harris English ��������������������������2009, 2010 Russell Henley �������������������������2009, 2010 T.J. Mitchell ����������������������������������������� 2013 SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC Gary Holloman ���������������������������������� 1970 Terry Diehl ����������������������������������������� 1971 Mike Fambrough ���������������������1972, 1973 David Canipe �������������������������������������� 1973

Bill Kratzert ��������������������������������������� 1974 Bob Young ������������������������������������������ 1974 Chip Beck..................................1976, 1977 Jim Becker ������������������������������������������� 1976 Beaver Hall ����������������������������������������� 1978 Gus Holbrook ������������������������������������ 1978 Madden Hatcher �������������������������������� 1982 Wright Waddell ���������������������1982, 1984 Louis Brown ����������������������������1983, 1985 Wayne Smith �������������������������������������� 1983 Bob Wolcott �������������������������������������� 1983 Todd Thompson ��������������������1987, 1988 Tommy Tolles ������������������������������������ 1987 Paul Claxton ��������������������������������������� 1988 Todd Satterfield �������������������������������� 1989 Franklin Langham ������������������������������ 1990 Bill Brown ������������������������������������������� 1991 Rob Butler ������������������������������������������ 1993 Marc Spencer ������������������������������������� 1994 Mark Northey ������������������������������������ 1996 David Potts ����������������������������������������� 1996 David Miller.................. 1998, 2001, 2002 Michael Morrison ������������������������������ 1998 Nick Cassini ���������������������������������������� 1999 Jeremy Parrott ����������������������������������� 1999 Bubba Watson ����������������������������������� 2000 Ryan Hybl �������������������������������������������� 2001 Bryant Odom ������������������������������������� 2002 David Denham ������������������������2003, 2004 Richard Scott ������������������������������������� 2004 Brendon Todd ����������������������������������� 2005 Kevin Kisner ��������������������������������������� 2006 Harris English ��������������������������2008, 2011 Russell Henley �������������������������2008, 2011 Adam Mitchell ������������������������������������ 2009 Bryden Macpherson ������������������������� 2010 Nicholas Reach ���������������������������������� 2013 SEC MEDALISTS Sonny Swift ��������������������������������������������� 1939 Arnold Blum ������������������������������������������� 1942 George Hamer �������������������������������������� 1946 Harold Spears ���������������������������������������� 1949 Griffin Moody ���������������������������������������� 1951 Lester Kelly �������������������������������������������� 1955 Bob Moser ���������������������������������������������� 1959

Bryant Odom

Cobby Ware ������������������������������������������ 1960 David Boyd ��������������������������������������������� 1962 Jack Oliver ���������������������������������������������� 1963 Tommy Valentine ���������������������������������� 1970 Peter Persons ����������������������������������������� 1985 Bryant Odom ����������������������������������������� 2001 Brendon Todd ��������������������������������������� 2004 Russell Henley ���������������������������������������� 2010 COACH OF THE YEAR Dick Copas ................. 1970, 1971, 1972, 1977, 1978, 1987, 1988 Chris Haack.......1998, 2000, 2006, 2010 PLAYER OF THE YEAR Peter Persons ������������������������������������� 1986 Jeremy Parrott ����������������������������������� 1998 Nick Cassini ���������������������������������������� 2001 Chris Kirk ������������������������������������������� 2006 Russell Henley ������������������������������������ 2010 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Mark Northey ������������������������������������ 1996 Kevin Kisner ��������������������������������������� 2003 Brendon Todd ����������������������������������� 2004 Brian Harman ������������������������������������� 2006 Hudson Swafford ������������������������������� 2007 Harris English ������������������������������������� 2008 Bryden Macpherson ������������������������� 2010 ATHLETE OF THE YEAR NOMINEE Peter Persons ������������������������������������� 1986 Matt Peterson ������������������������������������ 1988 Russell Henley ������������������������������������ 2010

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Southeastern Conference The Georgia men’s golf program has produced 28 Southeastern Conference championships. That is more than any other league school and the most of any athletic team at Georgia. As the accompanying chart shows, the Bulldogs have had success in several decades, including the 1950s and the 1960s when they won six in each. Under Coach Chris Haack, the Bulldogs have won seven titles, including six in the 2000s.

SEC-ond To None Year.......Location......................Score 1941......... Athens, Ga...............................616 1950......... Athens, Ga............................ 1200 1951......... Athens, Ga...............................579 1952......... Athens, Ga...............................591 1957......... Athens, Ga...............................590 1958......... Athens, Ga...............................593 1959......... Athens, Ga...............................583 1961......... Athens, Ga...............................570 1962......... Athens, Ga............................ 1170

Clockwise from top left: Georgia’s Southeastern Conference championship teams from 1958, 1963, 1983, 2006 and 2010.

1963......... Athens, Ga...............................589 1964......... Athens, Ga...............................581 1965......... Athens, Ga...............................575 1969......... Athens, Ga............................ 1099 1970......... Callaway Gardens, Ga. ������ 1105 1971......... Callaway Gardens, Ga. ������ 1099 1972......... Callaway Gardens, Ga. ������ 1117 1977......... Decatur, Ala......................... 1073 1978......... Birmingham, Ala................... 1142 1982......... Augusta, Ga.............................873 1983......... Augusta, Ga.............................881 1988......... Florence, Ala...........................854 1998......... Athens, Ga...............................567 2000......... Killen, Ala.................................852 2001......... St. Simons Island, Ga. �����������841 2004......... St. Simons Island, Ga. �����������843 2006......... St. Simons Island, Ga. �����������827 2009......... St. Simons Island, Ga. �����������849 2010......... St. Simons Island, Ga. �����������844

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Amateur Champions U.S. Amateur Vinny Giles ������������������������������������������ 1972

Tim Simpson ������������������������������������� 1976 Bill Brown �������������������������������������������� 1991 Ryan Hybl �������������������������������������������� 2000 Harris English ������������������������������������ 2011

Nicholas Reach won the 2013 Palmetto Am with his mother, Brigitte, caddying.

Amateur At Brick Landing Bill Brown �������������������������������������������� 1990

Sunnehana Amateur Paul Claxton �������������������������������������� 1971

American Amateur Butler Melnyk ������������������������������������ 2003 Australian Amateur Wayne Smith ������������������������������������� 1983

Tennessee Amateur Brad Weaver �������������������������������������� 1980 Bob Wolcott..........................1981, 1983

Azalea Amateur Wayne Smith ������������������������������������� 1983

Tennessee Open Bob Wolcott �������������������������������������� 1983

Brazilian Amateur Antonio Barcellos ��������������������������� 1984 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989

Trans-Mississippi Allen Miller................1969, 1970, 1971

British Amateur Vinny Giles ������������������������������������������ 1975 Bryden Macpherson ��������������������� 2011 Canadian Amateur Richard Scott �������������������������������������2003, 2005, 2006 Cardinal Amateur Paul Claxton �������������������������������������� 1990 Carolinas Amateur David Canipe ������������������������������������ 1972 Chip Beck................................1976, 1977 Matt Peterson.......................1987, 1988 Connecticut Open Jim Becker ������������������������������������������� 1975 Copas De Las Americas Richard Scott ������������������������������������� 2005 Dixie Amateur Joe Walter ������������������������������������������� 1977 Louis Brown ��������������������������������������� 1985 Ryuji Imada ����������������������������������������� 1996 Erik Compton ������������������������������������� 2000 Dogwood Invitational Arnold Blum �������������������������������������� 1950 Frank Stevenson ������������������������������ 1954 Vinny Giles..............................1963, 1965 Allen Miller ����������������������������������������� 1970 Hudson Swafford ���������������������������� 2006 Brian Harman ������������������������������������ 2009 Eastern Amateur Vinny Giles ������������������������������������������ 1973 Georgia Amateur John Oliver ����������������������������������������� 1929 Arnold Blum............. 1946, 1950,1951, 1952, 1956 George Hamer �������������������������������� 1947 Jimmy Gabrielsen ���������������������������� 1970 1974, 1976 Lyn Lott ................. ����������������������������� 1972 Danny Yates..............1977 ,1989, 1996 Griff Moody ......... ����������������������������� 1980

Peter Persons ..... ����������������������������� 1984 Louis Brown ........ ����������������������������� 1985 Neal Hendee ...... ����������������������������� 1991 Paul Claxton ........ ����������������������������� 1992 David Denham .. ����������������������������� 2004 Brian Harman....... ����������������������������� 2005 Bill Brown �������������������������������������������� 2006 Harris English ������������������������������������ 2007 Russell Henley......................2008, 2009 Georgia Junior Brian Harman �����������������������2004, 2005 Georgia Open George Hamer �������������������������������� 1947 Lyn Lott ................. ����������������������������� 1967 Peter Persons ������������������������������������ 1985 Franklin Langham ���������������������������� 1989 Louis Brown ��������������������������������������� 1997 Bryant Odom ����������������������������������� 2008 Indiana Amateur Bill Kratzert ����������������������������������������� 1968 Indiana Open Bill Kratzert ����������������������������������������� 1969 Lakewood Invite Ryuji Imada ����������������������������������������� 1996 Maryland Amateur Pete Hiskey ����������������������������������������� 1979 Mobile Invitational Nick Cassini ���������������������������������������� 1998 Monroe Invitational Michael Morrison ���������������������������� 1999 Erik Compton ����������������������������������� 2001 New York Amateur Terry Diehl ����������������������������������������� 1969 Northeast Amateur Allen Miller ����������������������������������������� 1970 Vinny Giles ������������������������������������������ 1971 Palatka Azalea Ryuji Imada ........... ����������������������������� 1997

Palmer Cup Michael Morrison ���������������������������� 1999 Nick Cassini............................2000, 2001 Erik Compton ����������������������������������� 2001 Ryan Hybl �������������������������������������������� 2002 Chris Haack (coach) ��������2002, 2006 Brian Harman........................2006, 2007 Chris Kirk.................................2006, 2007 Adam Mitchell......................2008, 2009 Russell Henley......................2010, 2011

U.S. Junior Madden Hatcher ����������������������������� 1976 Jack Larkin ............. ����������������������������� 1979 Brian Harman....... ����������������������������� 2003

Palmetto Amateur Nicholas Reach �������������������������������� 2013

USA Vs. Japan Bryant Odom ����������������������������������� 2001

Players Amateur Brian Harman ������������������������������������ 2005

Virginia Amateur Vinny Giles.................1962, 1964 1966, 1968,1969, 1971, 1987

Porter Cup Vinny Giles ������������������������������������������ 1973 Ryuji Imada ����������������������������������������� 1995 Nick Cassini ���������������������������������������� 2001 Brian Harman ������������������������������������ 2007 Adam Mitchell ���������������������������������� 2008 Rice Planters David Canipe ������������������������������������ 1973 Franklin Langham ���������������������������� 1991 South Carolina Amateur Bill Womack...........................1961, 1962 Gus Sylvan ������������������������������������������ 1971 Southeastern Amateur Arnold Blum..............1939,1941, 1947 George Hamer........1946,1951, 1952 Sonny Swift................1956, 1957, 1963 Frank Eldridge ����������������������������������� 1959 Earl Bowden �������������������������������������� 1966 Allen Miller.............................1970, 1971 Bo Trotter �������������������������������������������� 1974 Wright Waddell ������������������� 1989, 1994 1996, 2000 Ryuji Imada ����������������������������������������� 1997 Bryant Odom ����������������������������������� 2001 Southern Amateur George Hamer �������������������������������� 1946 Arnold Blum..........................1951, 1956 Vinny Giles..............................1967, 1975 Danny Yates ���������������������������������������� 1974

U.S. Left-Handers Hall Fowler ����������������������������������������� 1982 U.S. Mid-Amateur Danny Yates ���������������������������������������� 1992

Virginia Open Vinny Giles..................1969,1974, 1993 Walker Cup George Hamer �������������������������������� 1947 Arnold Blum �������������������������������������� 1957 Vinny Giles..................1969,1971, 1973 1975, 1993 Allen Miller.............................1969, 1971 Jimmy Gabrielsen........1971,1981, 1991 Griff Moody ......... ����������������������������� 1979 Danny Yates............................1989, 1993 1999, 2001 Franklin Langham ���������������������������� 1991 Nick Cassini ���������������������������������������� 2001 Erik Compton ����������������������������������� 2001 Brian Harman........................2005, 2009 Chris Kirk ��������������������������������������������� 2007 Adam Mitchell ���������������������������������� 2009 Harris English ������������������������������������ 2011 Russell Henley ���������������������������������� 2011 West Virginia Open Todd Satterfield ������������������������������� 1989 World Amateur Team Vinny Giles..............................1968, 1970 1972, 1992 Allen Miller ����������������������������������������� 1970 Danny Yates ���������������������������������������� 1988 Richard Scott.........................2004, 2006 Chris Kirk ��������������������������������������������� 2006

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International Competition Walker Cup George Hamer ������������������������������ 1947 Arnold Blum ����������������������������������� 1957 Vinny Giles �����������������1969, 1971,1973, 1975, 1993 (captain) Allen Miller �������������������������� 1969, 1971 Jimmy Gabrielsen ��������������������������1971, 1981 (captain), 1991 (captain) Griff Moody ������������������������������������ 1979 Danny Yates..........................1989, 1993, 1999 (captain), 2001 (captain) Franklin Langham �������������������������� 1991 Nick Cassini ������������������������������������ 2001 Erik Compton �������������������������������� 2001 Brian Harman ���������������������� 2005, 2009 Chris Kirk ��������������������������������������� 2007 Adam Mitchell �������������������������������� 2009 Harris English ��������������������������������� 2011 Russell Henley �������������������������������� 2011 Ryder Cup Chip Beck ���������������������� 1989, 1991, 1993 Bubba Watson ������������������������� 2010, 2012 Palmer Cup Michael Morrison ������������������������������ 1999 Nick Cassini.............................. 2000, 2001 Erik Compton ������������������������������������ 2001 Chris Haack.............2002, 2006 (captain) Ryan Hybl �������������������������������������������� 2002 Brian Harman ������������������������������������� 2006 Chris Kirk ������������������������������������������� 2006 Brian Harman ������������������������������������� 2007 Chris Kirk ������������������������������������������� 2007 Adam Mitchell ������������������������� 2008, 2009 Russell Henley ������������������������� 2010, 2011

Chris Haack is presented the 2002 Palmer Cup after serving as the captain of the victorious United States squad.

The 1971 Walker Cup team included Vinny Giles (at left on the second row), Allen Miller (second from the left on the second row) and Jimmy Gabrielsen (third from the left on the first row).

Mark Northey ������������������������������������ 1995 Nick Cassini ���������������������������������������� 1996 Michael Morrison ������������������������������ 1996 Bubba Watson ������������������������� 1996, 1997 Ryan Hybl....................... 1997, 1998, 1999 Erik Compton ������������������������������������ 1998 Christo Greyling ��������������������� 1999, 2000 Brendon Todd................ 2001, 2002, 2003 Kevin Kisner ��������������������������������������� 2002 Chris Kirk �������������������������������� 2002, 2003 Brian Harman �������������������������� 2003, 2004 Michael Green ������������������������������������ 2005 World Amateur Chris Kirk ������������������������������������������� 2006 Patrick Reed ��������������������������������������� 2006

Will Kropp ������������������������������������������ 2007 Nicholas Reach ���������������������������������� 2010 Copas De Las Americas Richard Scott �������������������������������������� 2005 World Junior Cup Michael Green ������������������������������������ 2005 Hudson Swafford ������������������������������� 2006 Russell Henley ������������������������������������ 2007 Eisenhower Trophy Bryden Macpherson ������������������������� 2010

British Amateur Bryden Macpherson ������������������������� 2011 Junior British Open Patrick Reed ��������������������������������������� 2006 Canon Cup Will Garner ����������������������������� 1992, 1993 Derek Jackson ������������������������������������ 1993 Ryuji Imada ������������������������������ 1994, 1995

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Brian Harman (third from right) visited President George W. Bush at the White House with the 2005 Walker Cup Team.


Georgia History NCAA Results

George Hamer, who was nicknamed “The Georgia Pine” because of his height, is still the only Bulldog to win the NCAA title (then known as the National Intercollegiates). He also won the Southeastern Amateur three times and the Georgia State Open and the Southern Amateur titles once apiece.

in 1930 as Murray Soule took the position. He was succeeded by J.M. McFadden (1933-35), who passed the torch to R.L. Keener (1935-42). Keener led the Bulldogs to their first-ever SEC championship in 1941. Because of World War II, the Bulldogs disbanded for the next few years. Howell Hollis was named coach in 1946 and began to lay the foundation for the program. Serving from 1946 through 1970, Hollis took 13 of his 25 teams Hollis Award to the NCAA Georgia coach Chris Championships, Haack created including eight the Howell Hollis top-10 finishes. Award in 1997 to honor the HallHollis’ Bulldogs of-Fame coach. claimed 13 The Hollis Award is given to the Southeastern Bulldog with the highest GPA. Conference titles Year Winner GPA and he had 10 1997 Mark Northey 3.08 1998 Mark Northey 3.52 individual confer1999 Jeremy Parrott 3.33 ence champions. 2000 Bryant Odom 3.31 2001 Ryan Hybl 3.79 One of those, 2002 Ryan Hybl 3.48 George Hamer in 2003 Ryan Hybl 3.78 2004 Brendon Todd 3.33 1946, went on to 2005 David Denham 3.68 win the national 2006 Brian Harman 3.78 2007 Brendon Todd 3.64 championship. 2008 Brian Harman 3.68 During Hollis’ 2009 Brian Harman 3.48 2010 Harris English 3.58 tenure, the Bull2011 Harris English 3.32 dogs also played 2012 Nicholas Reach 3.47 2013 Nicholas Reach 3.13 primarily dual

In the spring of 1924, a handful of Georgia students formed what was the university’s first-ever golf team. In those days, the team did not have coaches; rather, one of the players served as captain and made the decisions that guided the squad. Some of the first captains for the Bulldogs were Harris Jones, John Grant, Billy Oliver and Hugh Nunnally. The Bulldogs’ first coach came on board

Copas Award Georgia coach Chris Haack created the Dick Copas Award in 1997 to honor the Hall-of-Fame coach. The Copas Award is given to the team’s leader in scoring average. Year Winner Average 1997 Mark Northey 72.20 1998 Jeremy Parrott 71.20 1999 Ryuji Imada 72.10 2000 Nick Cassini 71.82 2001 Nick Cassini 71.05 2002 Ryan Hybl 71.57 2003 Kevin Kisner 71.89 2004 Kevin Kisner 72.21 2005 Chris Kirk 72.13 2006 Chris Kirk 70.90 2007 Chris Kirk 71.14 2008 Russell Henley 72.18 2009 Brian Harman 71.94 2010 Russell Henley 71.43 2011 Harris English 72.39 2012 Keith Mitchell 71.83 2013 Keith Mitchell 72.03

Year Team Finish Top Individual 1946.............T-12th ���������������������George Hamer, 1st 1951.............14th ���������������������������������������������������N/A 1955.............13th ���������������������������������������������������N/A 1956.............13th ���������������������������������������������������N/A 1958.............9th..................Hugh Royer, 2nd Round 1959.............N/A.....................Bob Moser, Semifinals 1961.............10th ���������������������������������������������������N/A 1962.............5th.............Charles Layton, 1st Round Jimmy Gabrielsen, 1st Round 1963.............5th.................. Jimmy Allen, 2nd Round David Boyd, 2nd Round 1964.............21st............. Vinny Giles, Quarterfinals 1965.............T-7th ����������������������Tommy Barnes, 300 1966.............N/A ������������������������������ Vinny Giles, 2nd 1969.............T-5th �������������������������Terry Diehl, T-2nd 1970.............8th..................Tommy Valentine, T-16th Gary Holloman, T-16th 1971.............T-9th ����������������������� Terry Diehl, T-11th 1972.............T-6th �������������������� David Canipe, T-21st 1973.............8th �������������������������Bill Kratzert, T-11th 1974.............DNQ �������������������������� Bill Kratzert, 4th 1975.............DNQ �������������������� Tim Simpson, T-21st 1976.............14th ����������������������Tim Simpson, T-14th 1977.............T-3rd �������������������� Gus Holbrook, T-5th 1978.............2nd ������������������������������Griff Moody, 2nd 1979.............19th ���������������������������������������������������N/A 1981.............6th.................. Madden Hatcher, T-18th 1982.............18th................. Wright Waddell, T-58th 1983.............6th ���������������������������Peter Persons, 5th 1984.............T-12th ������������������� Bob Wolcott, T-14th 1985.............7th......................... Peter Persons, T-4th 1986.............DNQ �������������������� Peter Persons, T-3th 1987.............24th.....................Tommy Tolles, T-22nd 1988.............T-8th ������������������ Greg Kennedy, T-39th Todd Satterfield, T-39th 1989.............10th ������������������������ Matt Peterson, 7th 1990.............15th...............Franklin Langham, T-28th 1991.............22nd.................. Franklin Langham, 3rd 1993.............DNQ ���������������������������� Rob Butler, 150 1998.............17th....................Jeremy Parrott, T-11th 1999.............1st �����������������������������Ryuji Imada, T-2nd 2000.............16th ����������������������� Bubba Watson, 146 2001.............5th...................... Erik Compton, T-16th 2002.............T-21st ���������������������David Miller, T-27th 2003.............16th................... David Denham, T-12th 2004.............T-11th ��������������������Kevin Kisner, T-24th 2005.............1st.......................... Brendon Todd, T-7th 2006.............6th ������������������������������Chris Kirk, T-2nd 2007.............2nd �������������������������������Chris Kirk, T-9th Adam Mitchell, T-9th 2008.............8th......................Hudson Swafford, 9th 2009.............3rd......................... Brian Harman, T-9th Russell Henley, T-9th 2010.............DNQ �����������������Russell Henley, T-18th 2011.............2nd....................... Harris English, T-10th 2012.............17th ���������������������Keith Mitchell, T-9th 2013.............19th ���������������������������Joey Garber, 38th

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Georgia History matches, posting a mark of 268-57-8. Hamer, who was nicknamed “The Georgia Pine” because of his height, is still the only Bulldog to win the NCAA title (then known as the National Intercollegiates). He also won the Southeastern Amateur three times and the Georgia State Open and the Southern Amateur titles once apiece. Hollis was able to attract some of the game’s best players to Athens during his tenure, including David Boyd, Jimmy Gabrielsen,Vinny Giles and Danny Yates. Hollis stepped down following the 1970 season and he was succeeded by Dick Copas, a member of the UGA staff as an academic counselor and dorm director. Copas maintained the level of success that Hollis had begun as he guided the Bulldogs from 1971-96 to 17 NCAAs, including 10 top-10s, and seven SEC titles. Sixty-one of his protégés won All-SEC honors, while 31 were tabbed as All-Americans. Copas himself was named National Coach of the Year in 1978 and the SEC Coach of the Year seven times. Copas coached some of the most decorated players in Georgia history, including Peter Persons, Chip Beck, Griff Moody, Matt Peterson, Paul Claxton and Franklin Langham. Chris Haack stepped from the ranks of the American Junior Golf Association to assume the reins of the Georgia program after Copas. In just his third year on the job, Haack guided the 1999 Bulldogs to the program’s first national championship and he was named the National Coach of the Year. He then guided the 2005 Bulldogs to the national championship and again was chosen as the National Coach of the Year. To date, Haack also has guided the Bulldogs to seven more SEC titles – giving Georgia a league-high 28 crowns. Under Haack, Georgia has set school marks for lowest team total in a tournament and a round as well as lowest mark by an individual. Fifty-one of his players have been tabbed as All-Americans, while 55 of Haack’s players have been chosen All-SEC, including 1998 Player of the Year Jeremy Parrott, 2001 Player of the Year Nick Cassini, 2006 Player of the Year Kirk and 2010 Player of the Year Russell Henley.

Georgia’s All-Time Medalists NCAA Championship

Russell Henley

George Hamer....................................... 1946 SEC Championship Sonny Swift.............................................. 1939 Arnold Blum............................................ 1942 George Hamer....................................... 1946 Harold Spears......................................... 1949 Griffin Moody......................................... 1951 Lester Kelly.............................................. 1955

Ryuji Imada................ 1999 Morris Williams

Bob Moser............................................... 1959

Lester Kelly ��������������������������� 1955 Southern

Cobby Ware............................................ 1960

Chris Kirk �����������������������������2004 Isleworth 2005 Augusta State 2006 Puerto Rico 2006 Carpet Capital 2006 All-American 2007 Schenkel 2007 Linger Longer

David Boyd.............................................. 1962 Jack Oliver............................................... 1963 Tommy Valentine..................................... 1970 Peter Persons.......................................... 1985 Bryant Odom.......................................... 2001 Brendon Todd.......................................... 2004 Russell Henley......................................... 2010 Additional Tournaments Chip Beck ������������������������������ 1976 Southern 1976 All-American 1977 Southern 1978 Southern 1978 Dixie Jim Becker................ 1976 Spirit of America 1977 Chris Schenkel

Bill Kratzert ����������������������������� 1974 Dothan Franklin Langham ���������������� 1991 Southern Rosser Little ������������������������� 1937 Southern Lyn Lott...................1971 Tennessee Classic 1971 Junior-Senior Keith Mitchell �������������� 2013 Bulldog Battle T.J. Mitchell........................ 2011 Outerbanks Griff Moody ��������������������������������1978 Gator 1978 Palmetto 1979 Pan American

Louis Brown �����������������������1984 Miss. State

Michael Morrison �������������� 1998 Hitchcock 2000 East Regional

Nick Cassini.................2001 Chris Schenkel

Bob Moser ���������������������������� 1959 Southern

Paul Claxton...............1990 Tennessee TOC 1990 Southern 1990 Hitchcock 1991 Hitchcock 1991 Gator

John Oliver ��������������������������� 1928 Southern

Erik Compton ������������������ 1999 Golf World Michael Cromie ���������� 2013 Bulldog Battle Harris English ���������������������� 2007 Brickyard 2007 Isleworth 2009 Olympia Fields 2010 Morris Williams John Gibbs................ 1976 Governor’s Cup Vinny Giles ���������������������������� 1966 Southern Brian Harman............ 2005 NCAA Preview 2006 Isleworth Russell Henley ���������������2008 East Regional 2008 Isleworth 2009 Brickyard 2009 Charleston 2010 NCAA Regional 2010 Brickyard 2011 Brickyard Gus Holbrook ��������������� 1978 Junior-Senior

Jeremy Parrott ����������������������������� 1997 CCL 1998 Alabama Spring Peter Persons...............1984 Rafael Alarcon 1986 ImperiaLakes 1986 Jackson Collegiate Matt Peterson ���������������1988 Southeastern 1988 Furman Nicholas Reach......2011 Northeast Tri Match 2013 Bulldog Battle Tim Simpson ������������������������� 1975 Palmetto Brian Slevin.....................1993 Southeastern 1993 Music City Sam Straka ��������������������������� 2012 Brickyard Hudson Swafford ������������2009 Puerto Rico Todd Thompson ��������������������1986 Clemson 1987 Gator Brendon Todd �������������������������2005 Maxwell 2007 East Regional Wright Waddell �������������������������� 1981 Dixie Bubba Watson.............2000 Chris Schenkel

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Professional Bulldogs

PGA Victories Chip Beck 1988 Los Angeles Open 1988 USF&G Classic 1990 Buick Open 1992 Freeport-McMoRan Classic Harris English 2013 FedEx St. Jude Classic Russell Henley 2013 Sony Open Ryuji Imada 2008 AT&T Classic Chris Kirk 2011 Viking Classic Bill Kratzert 1976 Walt Disney World National Team Championship 1977 Sammy Davis Jr. Greater Hartford Open 1980 Greater Milwaukee Open 1984 Pensacola Open Tim Simpson 1985 Southern Open 1989 USF&G Classic 1990 Walt Disney World Oldsmobile Classic

Bubba Watson became the first Bulldog to win a major as he claimed the 2012 Masters in dramatic fashion, topping Louis Oosthuizen in a playoff. His shot from the pine needles at Augusta National that landed within 10 feet of the hole was vintage “Bubba Golf” and will be remembered by golf fans for years to come.

Bubba Watson 2010 Travelers Championship 2011 Farmers Insurance Open 2011 Zurich Classic of New Orleans 2012 Masters

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Bulldogs Starring On Professional Tours Web.com Tour Victories

Brendon Todd 2008 Utah Championship 2013 Stadion Classic at UGA

Justin Bolli 2004 Chattanooga Classic 2007 Northeast Pennsylvania Classic 2012 Web.com Tour Championship Paul Claxton 2001 Louisiana Open 2007 Melwood Prince George’s County Open Erik Compton 2011 Mexico Open Harris English 2011 Children’s Hospital Invitational Russell Henley 2011 Stadion Classic at UGA 2012 Chiquita Classic 2012 Jacksonville Open

Russell Henley

Tommy Tolles 1993 Ozarks Open 1994 Alabama Classic

Canadian Tour Victories Erik Compton 2003 Michelin Guadalajara Classic 2004 E-Loan Central Valley Classic 2005 MTS Classic

eGolf Tour Victories Hudson Swafford 2011 HGM Hotels Classic

Ryuji Imada 2000 Virginia Beach Open 2004 BMW Charity Pro-Am at the Cliffs Chris Kirk 2010 Fort Smith Classic 2010 Knoxville News Sentinel Open

Kevin Kisner

Harris English

Kevin Kisner 2010 Mylan Classic 2013 Chile Classic Franklin Langham 1993 Permian Basin Open 2004 Rheem Classic Scott Parel 2013 Air Capital Classic Peter Persons 1990 Chattanooga Classic

Brendon Todd

Matt Peterson 1995 Central Georgia Open Dicky Thompson 1990 Baton Rouge Open 1990 Elizabethtown Open

Chris Kirk


Junior Mookie DeMoss

Date September 6-8, 2013 September 20-22, 2013 October 4-6, 2013 October 14-15, 2013 October 27-29, 2013 February 23-25, 2014 March 7-9, 2014 March 22-23, 2014 April 25-27, 2014 May 15-17, 2014 May 27-June 1, 2014

Junior Sepp Straka

Sophomore Lee McCoy

Tournament Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic Dick’s Sporting Goods Collegiate Challenge Cup Brickyard Collegiate Championship Crooked Stick Intercollegiate Invitational At The Ocean Course Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters Linger Longer Invitational SEC Championship NCAA Regionals NCAA Championship

Location Rocky Face, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. Macon, Ga. Carmel, Ind. Kiawah, S.C. Rio Grande, Puerto Rico Las Vegas, Nev. Greensboro, Ga. Sea Island, Ga. TBA * Wichita, Kan.

* Regionals to be held in Auburn, Ala.; Columbia, Mo.; Raleigh, N.C.; Sugar Grove, Ill.; Eugene, Ore.; and San Antonio, Texas

Freshman Branson Davis

Freshman Parker Derby

Freshman Jaime Lopez Rivarola

Freshman Greyson Sigg

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