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ISLE WORTH GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

OCTOBER 25-27, 2009


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WELCOME On behalf of Tavistock Group and Texas Tech University, welcome to the

2009 Isleworth Collegiate Invitational hosted by Texas Tech. We are pleased to welcome 15 of the

nation’s top collegiate golf teams to the legendary Isleworth Golf & Country Club, home to many of

the world’s elite golf professionals. Tavistock Group and Texas Tech

University are committed to making this event the best collegiate tournament in the country. We would like to wish all the players and coaches a fantastic three days of competitive golf on one of the nation’s longest and

toughest courses.

The Isleworth Collegiate Invitational hosted by Texas Tech would not exist

without the continuing support of our sponsors. Thank you for your

generous donations. Without you, this tournament would not be possible. Finally, a huge thank you goes out to the entire Isleworth staff and

volunteers for their commitment to college golf. We are grateful for the countless hours you contribute to make this tournament a success.

Enjoy the tournament!

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Nestled amongst the Butler Chain of Lakes in southwest Orlando, Isleworth is a 600-acre community with more than seven miles of shoreline and a championship golf course. Conceived by Arnold Palmer, designed by Ed Seay and enhanced by Steve Smyers, the course was built on rolling terrain and features generous, undulating and fast greens. The 18-hole course was selected as one of the Top 100 courses in the country in rankings by Travel + Leisure Golf, WSJ/Golfweek and LINKS Magazine. A significant, permanent collection of monumental sculptures is displayed throughout the community. Elegant estate homes, priced from $2 million to more than $20 million, are afforded commanding golf to water views. Isleworth has established itself as one of the world’s most prestigious and secure luxury residential communities.


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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25 gates open 7:00 a.m. driving range opens 7:00 a.m. round 1 begins 8:00 a.m.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 26 gates open 7:00 a.m. driving range opens 7:00 a.m. round 2 begins 8:00 a.m. ici player party 6:30 p.m.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27 gates open 7:00 a.m. driving range opens 7:00 a.m. final round begins 8:00 a.m. awards ceremony 3:30 p.m.* *immediately following conclusion of play

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THANK YOU

We see in color. Thanks Craig!

We would like to thank Craig Johnston for all of his beautiful photography featured in the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Journal. Without him, this piece would not be possible. Since 2005, he has taken thousands of photos at this tournament.

PHOTOGRAPHER CRAIG JOHNSTON

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, Craig is considered the first Australian to make a major impact on English football. He made a name for himself playing striker and midfielder for Liverpool from 1981 to 1988; his career spanned more than 11 years.

Craig’s passion for picture taking began at the age of 17 when he purchased his first camera from a second-hand shop in Middlesbrough, England. “I am naturally a creative person. I always have been. All I wanted was to take photos,” he recalls. “As a boy, instead of writing home to Mum and Dad to explain my environment, it was easier for me to take pictures.” Today, Craig spends most of his time behind the lens, combining his passion for sports with his talent for photography.

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2006 TEAM CHAMPIONS UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS LONGHORNS

Each year, the most elite teams in college golf battle for the most coveted title on their schedules at one of the world’s most renowned venues. Since 2004, Isleworth Golf & Country Club has served as the stage for the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational, while its resident golf professionals look on as spectators for the three-day event. Six years ago, Tavistock Group teamed up with local organizations to create the best event in collegiate golf by giving players and coaches the feel of a PGA Tour event. Beginning in 2009, Texas Tech University became the host school for the event. “We are honored to welcome our new host school,” said Andy Odenbach, vice president of sports ventures for Tavistock Group. “Our goal in partnering with Texas Tech is to ensure that this is the finest collegiate event in the country.” The University of Georgia competed at Isleworth in the inaugural ICI and has dominated ever since. In 2008, the Bulldogs continued their winning streak by claiming their fourth Isleworth Collegiate Invitational title in the event’s five-year history. Following a cold and windy day, the Bulldogs cruised to victory firing an 8-over-par (296) to finish the tournament at 3-over-par (867). The University of Alabama finished second with a score of 20-over-par (884), 17 shots behind Georgia. Indiana placed third at 22-over-par (886), two shots ahead of Texas Tech University who took home fourth at 24-over-par (888). Team victories aside, Georgia has snatched up just as many individual titles since the tournament’s inception.

2008 MEDALIST RUSSELL HENLEY

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2005

Team Champion

Georgia Bulldogs, 863 (-1)

Georgia Bulldogs, 872 (+8)

Medalist

Chris Kirk (Georgia), 209 (-7) Pablo Martin (Oklahoma State), 209 (-7)

Pablo Martin (Oklahoma State), 212 (-4)


University of Alabama University of Arizona Arizona State University Augusta State University University of California, Los Angeles University of Central Florida ARNOLD PALMER AND GRANDSON SAM SAUNDERS

Clemson University Duke University East Tennessee State University University of Florida

EUROPEAN TOUR PLAYER PABLO MARTIN

Florida State University Furman University University of Georgia Georgia State University Georgia Institute of Technology University of Illinois Indiana University University of Kentucky Louisiana State University University of Nevada, Las Vegas University of New Mexico University of North Carolina University of North Carolina, Charlotte North Carolina State University Oklahoma State University University of South Carolina

2006 MEDALIST BRIAN HARMON

University of Southern California Southern Methodist University 2007 NCAA CHAMPION JAMIE LOVEMARK

Stanford University University of Tennessee University of Texas Texas A&M University Texas Christian University Texas Tech University University of Toledo Vanderbilt University

INDIANA COACH MIKE MAYER

PGA TOUR MEMBER WEBB SIMPSON

Wake Forest University

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Texas Longhorns 876, (+12) Brian Harmon (Georgia), 216 (E)

Georgia Bulldogs, 841 (-23) Harris English (Georgia), 205 (-11)

Georgia Bulldogs, 867 (+3) Russell Henley (Georgia), 212 (-4) 2009 ICI JOURNAL

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93%

73% ROCK a white belt

insist six-hour rounds are for amateurs

69% follow SHAQ on twitter

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85% say BRUNO pushes the envelope

helped “THE HANGOVER” become #1 at the weekend box office

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101% think MEGAN FOX is hot

say MICHAEL JACKSON is so 2000 and late

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62% 80% 65% say BELLY PUTTERS are just too long

tell us the Kobe & LeBron Puppets were highlights of the NBA PLAYOFFS

update their FACEBOOK status regularly

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CHAMPIONS GRILL This plaque was originally placed at the hallway entrance door to the Mens Grill on September 12, 1986 by Arnold D. Palmer. It was anonymously confiscated by a male member on September 8, 1991, the eve of the conversion of this room to a Mixed Grill. On October 19, 1991, along with a crock pot, it was purchased at an Oviedo garage sale for 75 cents by Randy Jeffery. On December 4, 1993 it was returned to its rightful place in celebration of the restoration of this room and the May 11, 1993 purchase of Isleworth by the Lewis family.

Four plaques surround the putting green highlighting 21 major championships won by Isleworth’s PGA Tour members.

Every Pittsburgh Steelers game must be shown in its entirety on this TV or else a certain Isleworth member will be very upset.

The world’s greatest basketball player was challenged by the world’s greatest golfer to a game of H-O-R-S-E on this court.

This table is reserved once a month for a men’s game of Texas Hold’em.

It is rumored that one Isleworth member used this staircase as a set of monkey bars and climbed to the top in less than five seconds.


Stats • Signed NBA and MLB jerseys • Six leather recliners • 11 high-definition flat-screen plasmas • Champion shuffleboard • Three-hole putting green • Billiard table • Golf simulator • Half-court basketball hoop • Five arcade games, including an air hockey table • Ping pong table • A card table and a fireplace

Team USA Ryder Cup golf bags sit here.

A PGA Tour star hit the ball so hard that it tore a hole in the screen of the original golf simulator that sat here.

Nick Schutt has worked in Champions Grill for more than 16 years. He has seen it all - both on and off the record.

This is the second popcorn machine placed in Champions Grill; the first one exploded.

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Coaches’ Corner

interviews with the ICI coaches

CLEMSON’S LARRY PENLEY Head coach Larry Penley on the 2009 US Open champion and former Clemson Tiger Lucas Glover: “It was a great day to be a young golfer in the state of South Carolina! The attention drawn to our program after Lucas won the US Open was more recognition than we received following our win at the NCAA Championship in 2003. It brought back memories of his college days and just how special he really is. Lucas was always focused and had a competitive spirit that was second to none. In his mind, the team was always first. He was a great leader for four years, and he made everyone around him better ... including me!”

KENTUCKY’S BRIAN CRAIG Kentucky head coach Brian Craig reveals a funny story about PGA Tour star and Kentucky native J.B. Holmes: “It was the fall semester of his freshman year, and he was the only freshman traveling with the team. The seniors wanted to try and joke around with the freshman a little bit while we were at the airport. All of the luggage was out of the van when one of the seniors turned to him and said, ‘Hey freshman, take our luggage into the terminal.’ J.B. turned around, looked at him and said, ‘When you beat me, I will.’ And with that, he walked straight into the terminal. Then one of the seniors turned and said, ‘Well he’s right, we can’t beat him.’ So they put their heads down, picked up their luggage and followed him into the terminal.”

OKLAHOMA STATE’S MIKE HOLDER Oklahoma State Athletic Director Mike Holder on coaching alumnus Charles Howell III: “Charles was a pleasure to coach – well-mannered, articulate, passionate, dedicated, hard-working and committed to being a great player. He was a coach’s absolute dream. My only regret is that the three years he was here went by so fast; he was gone in the blink of an eye.”

STANFORD’S CONRAD RAY Coach Conrad Ray on competing with Tiger Woods while at Stanford University: “I learned a lot being around Tiger. Hands down, he is the hardest worker that I have ever seen, and he is the strongest mentally on the course. He is a physical and athletic specimen, and these things make him very hard to beat. At Stanford, he was not an average golfer. He was the best then, and he continues to dominate today. He was a great team player and tried to help us all out whenever he could. Tiger was our leader, even though he was only at Stanford for two years. He loved the college environment and all that Stanford had to offer.” 2009 ICI JOURNAL

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At last month’s 42nd Walker Cup Match, Peter Uihlein stood on the back edge of Merion Golf Club’s 17th green holding an American flag with both hands, arms raised toward the sky. It was a signal that registered immediately with Bud Cauley, who threw his arms up as soon as he stepped up to green and made a beeline for Uihlein. By Eric Soderstrom

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early a decade earlier, Uihlein and Cauley were shaking hands for the first time at the Doral-Publix Junior Golf Classic in Miami. On a Sunday afternoon in early September at Merion, they were locked in an embrace, celebrating a United States Walker Cup victory in which both played integral parts. From early companions at scattered junior events across the country, Cauley and Uihlein have blossomed into top forces on the collegiate scene, as has their Walker Cup teammate, Morgan Hoffmann, who plays alongside Uihlein at powerful Oklahoma State. All three players are scheduled to compete at this week’s Isleworth Collegiate Invitational, where each will be a player to watch, as all three began the 2009-10 college season ranked inside the top 10 in the Golfweek preseason rankings. Hoffmann began the season ranked No. 2 (behind North Carolina State's Matt Hill), Cauley No. 4 and Uihlein No. 6. And all three will be riding the momentum of a memorable Walker Cup week at storied Merion Golf Club.

“I saw (Peter) over there getting pictures taken with the flag,” said Cauley, 19, a sophomore at Alabama. “And I just wanted to be done with my match so I could start celebrating with him.”

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Uihlein already had closed out a 3-and-1 singles victory over Great Britain & Ireland’s Stiggy Hodgson with a 30-yard pitch to 3 feet for par to clinch the Walker Cup. Uihlein finished his first Walker Cup with a perfect 4-0 record, a statistic that last fall seemed a mathematical impossibility. He called the Walker Cup "definitely the biggest moment in my golfing career." The 20-year-old OSU sophomore went on to add, "It's a pretty special two days, (and) spending a lot of time with the team was just awesome. We got along great. This is one of the best moments in my life, so it's pretty special." Cracking the Cowboys’ lineup last season had been a tough challenge for Uihlein, who entered his freshman year on the heels of a junior career that included two American Junior Golf Association Player of the Year awards. Once Uihlein got to campus in Stillwater, USA TEAM COACH BUDDY MARUCCI AND OKLAHOMA STATE’S PETER UIHLEIN


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however, he couldn’t figure out OSU’s Karsten Creek Golf Club, where the majority of the Cowboys’ qualifying rounds are played. It got so bad that Oklahoma State coach Mike McGraw sent Uihlein in April to compete in a local NAIA event, which he ended up winning and now pinpoints as the turning point of his year.

Cauley, whose dirty-blond hair spit out from underneath his USA cap similarly to Uihlein’s, also won both of his foursomes matches while teamed with former OSU standout Rickie Fowler. Cauley’s highlight came in the form of a 6-footer “that felt like 40 feet” on No. 18 Sunday morning to beat Hodgson and Niall Kearney, 1 up.

“That got me thinking,” Uihlein said. A couple top 10s turned into a runner-up at an NCAA regional and eventually a spot on the Cowboys’ NCAA Championship roster (OSU was ousted by Georgia in the matchplay quarterfinals). A summer filled with more top 10s and a run to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Amateur led to Uihlein being named to one of the final two U.S. Walker Cup spots.

“I think (Bud) was probably the most underrated player in the country in that class (2008),” said McGraw, who signed Uihlein and Hoffmann from the ’08 class. “Nobody overlooked him, but he was definitely the most underrated one.”

On Day 1 at the Walker Cup, Uihlein made an 18-footer for par on No. 18 to send him and Nathan Smith to an emotional 1-up victory over Gavin Dear and Matt Haines and give the U.S. a 3-1 edge. Both sides pointed to the match as a pivotal swing in momentum, as Uihlein and Smith had trailed throughout the match. As Uihlein’s putt dropped, a roar echoed throughout Merion for the first time of the competition. “That was probably the coolest moment of my life,” Uihlein said. He followed that afternoon with a 2-and-1 singles victory over Tommy Fleetwood that included a 5-iron to 3 feet on No. 17 to close out the match, and came back the next morning (again with Smith) to deliver a 5-and-4 thrashing of Chris Paisley and Dale Whitnell.

Cauley, like Hoffmann a first-team All American last year as a freshman, birdied two of his last three holes to beat Kearney, 2 and 1, in his Saturday singles match and then grinded out a halve with Paisley a day later after the overall outcome already had been decided.

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Cauley, who displayed incredible iron play throughout the Walker Cup, completed the match with a record of 3-0-1. Hoffmann also went unbeaten, finishing his three matches at 2-0-1. “Those last three holes, it was a little hard to concentrate,” said Cauley at Merion, smiling while holding an American flag in one hand and signing autographs with the other. “This has been the week of my life,” he said. “I will never forget it.” Uihlein and Hoffmann knew the feeling. Story reprinted courtesy of Golfweek.

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W H ER E D I D T H E Y

COME F R O M ? University of Washington players would have to walk for more than 41 days to reach Isleworth from Seattle.

Stanford University

It would take players more than 300 hours to reach Isleworth from Stanford, CA traveling by cable car.

Oklahoma State University

Location: Stillwater, OK Distance to Isleworth: 1,060 miles Mode of Transportion: Private Jet

Arizona State University Sun

Based on a 300-yard drive,

Devils’ non-stop flight from Phoenix to Orlando is more than 1,842 miles.

Texas Tech

a player would have to drive his ball 7,427 times to reach Isleworth from Lubbock. It would take 41,976,795 golf balls lined up side-by-side to reach Isleworth from

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Hole #7 at Isleworth, known as Champions Point, is 573 yards long. The length of this par 5 would fit 3,225 times between the

University of Illinois in Champaign

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It would take 1,147,379 drivers lined up head-to-toe to equal the distance from the

University of Kentucky in Lexington to Isleworth Golf & Country Club.

and Isleworth.

During their drive from Johnson City to Isleworth, the

East Tennessee State University

team would have enough time to watch a little more than four movies during the 615-minute trip.

University of Georgia

Location: Athens, GA Distance to Isleworth: 447 miles Length of stay at Isleworth: 5 days Hole #2 at Isleworth, known as Cypress Chute, is 228 yards long. The length of this par 3 would fit 4,784 times between Isleworth and the

Clemson University

Over the past six years, players have driven more than 6,000 miles traveling from Clemson, SC to the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational.

The distance between the

University of South Carolina in Columbia and Isleworth equals 324,343 pin flags all lined up in a row.

University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.

University of Central Florida The

golf team would have to run the marathon distance of 26.2 miles to reach Isleworth from their main campus in Orlando.

University of Florida Location: Gainesville, FL Distance to Isleworth: 108 miles Mode of Transportation: Gator Van

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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA Location:

Athens, Georgia

Mascot:

Bulldogs

Enrollment:

25,335

Conference:

Southeastern Conference

Years at ICI:

6

BEST OF GEORGIA Place to study: Bourbon Street NCAA football game this fall: UGA vs. Florida Tournament on your schedule: Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Late-night snack: Chili cheese dogs Band from Georgia: R.E.M. Reason to go to UGA: The 4 to 1 ratio Hole-in-the-wall restaurant: Weaver D’s Landmark: The Arch Prank: Still the old lady and the goat ... Game-day tradition: Dog walk

Coach: Asst. Coach: Team:

Chris Haack Jason Payne Rob Bennett, Brian Carter, Harris English, Russell Henley, Will Kropp, T.J. Mitchell, Hudson Swafford, Lowery Thomas

bulldogs

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UNIVERSITY OF ALABMA Location:

Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Mascot:

Crimson Tide

Enrollment:

27,052

Conference:

Southeastern Conference

Years at ICI:

2

BEST OF ALABAMA Burger: Mugshots Hangout: Galettes Practice location: Indoor putting greens rule! NCAA football game this fall: SEC Championship (Bama vs. UF) Thing about college: Freedom! Intramural sport on campus: Girls flag football Man on campus: Scott Limbaugh Dorm room snack: Double Stuf Oreos Landmark: Bryant Denny Stadium Hole-in-the-wall restaurant: Dreamland BBQ

Coach: Asst. Coach: Team:

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Jay Seawall Scott Limbaugh Bud Cauley, Spencer Cole, Hunter Hamrick, Thomas Hugghins, Lee Knox, Hunter Slatton, Scott Strohmeyer, Phillip Weaver

crimson tide


ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY Location:

Phoenix, Arizona

Mascot:

Sun Devils

Enrollment:

67,082

Conference:

Pac-10

Years at ICI:

3

BEST OF ARIZONA STATE Burger: Fuddruckers Class: Yoga Golf course in your city: Desert Mountain Golf Course Landmark: Grand Canyon National Park Video game: Halo Practice location: Anywhere with cool weather Wings: Native New Yorker Restaurant Roaptrip: ASU vs. UCLA Pizza place: Florencia's Pizza Bistro Man on campus: Knut Borsheim

Coach: Team:

Randy Lein Knut Borsheim, James Byrne, Cameron Edens, Spencer Fletcher, Philip Francis, Darren Hupfer, Jesper Kennegard, Chan Kim, Braxton Marquez, Scott Pinckney, Jin Song

sun devils

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UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

Location:

Orlando, Florida

Mascot:

Knights

Enrollment:

50,275

Conference:

Conference USA

Years at ICI:

6

BEST OF CENTRAL FLORIDA Fast food: Chick-fil-A Burger: Five Guys Burgers and Fries First Date: UCF football games Golf course in your city: Isleworth Golf & Country Club NCAA football game this fall: USC vs. Ohio State Player on LPGA: Brittany Lang Wings: Gator’s Dockside Dorm room snack: PB&J Prank: Gluing a golf ball to the ground Game-day tradition: Playing cornhole

Coach: Asst. Coach: Team:

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Bryce Wallor Toby Ragland Connor Arendell, Andrew Colvin, Jed Dirksen, Nuno Henriques, Reid Martin, Brad Schneider, Devin Spies, Simon Ward

knights


CLEMSON UNIVERSITY

Location:

Clemson, South Carolina

Mascot:

Tigers

Enrollment:

14,172

Conference:

Atlantic Coast Conference

Years at ICI:

6

BEST OF CLEMSON Fancy restaurant: Blue Herron Hangout: Loose Change Player on LPGA: Paula Creamer Cafeteria food: Country fried steak Band from South Carolina: Hootie & the Blowfish Wings: Beef O’Bradys Dorm room snack: Cheez-its Concert: O.A.R.

Coach: Asst. Coach: Team:

Larry Penley Jordan Byrd Alex Boyd, Brewer Bradshaw, Jacob Burger, McCuen Elmore, Luke Hopkins, Ben Martin, Corbin Mills, Michael Muscatell, Will Ovenden, Crawford Reeves, Mike Soowal

tigers

Prank: Butter on the kitchen floor Game-day tradition: Running down “The Hill”

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EAST TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY

Location:

Johnson City, Tennessee

Mascot:

Buccaneers

Enrollment:

13,126

Conference:

Atlantic Sun Conference

Years at ICI:

2

BEST OF EAST TENNESSEE PGA Tournament: The Masters Hangout: Chrome Player on LPGA: Natalie Gulbis Class: History of Jazz Thing about college: Golf! Intramural sport on campus: Basketball Dessert: Marble Slab Creamery Concert: The Fray Tournament on your schedule: Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Band from Tennessee: Kings of Leon

Coach: Team:

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Fred Warren Rhys Enoch, Jordan Findlay, Devin Komline, Paul O'Kane, Seamus Power, Michael Stewart, Peter Wilson

buccaneers


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

Location:

Gainesville, Florida

Mascot:

Gators

Enrollment:

51,413

Conference:

Southeastern Conference

Years at ICI:

3

BEST OF FLORIDA Fast Food: Moe’s Southwest Grill Fancy restaurant: Mark’s Prime Steakhouse Hangout: The Swamp Golf course in your city: The Mark Bostick Golf Course at The University of Florida PGA Tournament: The Masters Thing about college: Our freedom! Pizza place: Satchel's Pizza Reason to go to UF: Florida’s traditions and, of course, UF’s athletic teams Concert: Lil Wayne Roadtrip: Florida vs. LSU

Coach: Asst. Coach: Team:

Buddy Alexander Steve Bradley Tyson Alexander, Chappell Brown, Phillip Choi, Andres Echavarria, Mu Hu, Max Kieffer, Tyler McCumber, Tim McKenney, Tommy Chung Hao Mou, Arnond "Bank" Vongvanij, Robbie Wight

gators

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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS

Location:

Champaign, Illinois

Mascot:

Fighting Illini

Enrollment:

39,263

Conference:

Big 10

Years at ICI:

3

BEST OF ILLINOIS Fancy restaurant: Outback Steakhouse Burger: Big Mouth’s Hangout: Boom Boom Room Golf course in your city: Stone Creek Golf Club NCAA football game this fall: Illinois vs. Penn State Wings: Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar Man on campus: “The Hoff” Party theme: Toga Game-day tradition: The band waking up all the students in the dorm Reason to go to Illinois: Coach Mike Small

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Coach: Asst. Coach: Team:

Mike Small Zach Guthrie Zach Barlow, Chris DeForest, Ross Frankberg, Luke Guthrie, Jonathan Hauter, Matt Hoffman, Sam Jandel, Mason Jacobs, Scott Langley, Clayton Parkhill

fighting illini


UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY Location:

Lexington, Kentucky

Mascot:

Wildcats

Enrollment:

32,000

Conference:

Southeastern Conference

Years at ICI:

6

BEST OF KENTUCKY Fancy restaurant: Malone's Restaurant Burger: Lynagh's Pub Hangout: The World Famous Two Keys Tavern First date: Ice skating Tournament on your schedule: Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Player on LPGA: Natalie Gulbis Thing about college: All the free gear Late-night snack: Tally-Ho Roadtrip: Kentucky vs. UGA

Coach: Asst. Coach: Team:

Brian Craig David Trainor Joseph Barr, Brian Belden, Jordan Blann, Seth Blann, Chase Carpenter, Ben Fuqua, James Kania, Michael Kania, Mads Kristensen, Cody Martin, Derek Oldham, Chase Parker, Alex Volpenhein

wildcats

Prank: “Beaufort”

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OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Location:

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Mascot:

Cowboys

Enrollment:

23,819

Conference:

Big 12

Years at ICI:

6

BEST OF OKLAHOMA STATE First date: Freddie Paul’s Steakhouse NCAA football game this fall: UGA vs. OSU PGA Tournament: The Masters Band from Oklahoma: Garth Brooks Player on LPGA: Lorena Ochoa Tournament on your schedule: Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Burger: Eskimo Joe's Game-day tradition: “The Walk” Landmark: Boone Pickens Stadium Prank: Changing the contact names in a friend’s phone

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Coach: Asst. Coach: Team:

Mike McGraw Alan Bratton Kevin Dougherty, Sean Einhaus, Brad Gehl, Morgan Hoffman, Mark Johnson, Michael Miller, Bernhard Neumann, Drew Page, Kevin Tway, Peter Uihlein, Trent Whitekiller

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA

Location:

Columbia, South Carolina

Mascot:

Gamecocks

Enrollment:

27,488

Conference:

Southeastern Conference

Years at ICI:

5

BEST OF SOUTH CAROLINA Fast food: Palmetto Pig Bar-B-Q Restaurant Burger: Delaney's Music Pub Golf course in your city: Columbia Country Club Thing about college: Going to the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Intramural sport on campus: Bowling Cafeteria food: Chicken Finger Thursday First date: Tsunami Japanese Restaurant

Coach: Asst. Coach: Team:

Bill McDonald Michael Burcin George Bryan IV, Wesley Bryan, Dykes Harbin, Dean Hester, Bryan Miller, Patrick Rada, Michael Raines, Clint Tolleson, Paul Woodbury

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Concert: Citizen Cope Hole-in-the-wall restaurant: El Burrito Class: Economics

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STANFORD UNIVERSITY Location:

Stanford, California

Mascot:

Cardinal

Enrollment:

14,945

Conference:

Pac-10

Years at ICI:

4

BEST OF STANFORD Fast food: In-N-Out Burger Hangout: Mayfield Row Prank: Plastic wrap on the toilet seat Dessert: Fraiche Yogurt Game-day tradition: Tailgating Intramural sport on campus: Ultimate Frisbee Cafeteria alternative: Tresidder Memorial Union Dorm room snack: Mac & Cheese Landmark: Hoover Tower

Coach: Asst. Coach: Team:

Conrad Ray Matt Tight Wilson Bowen, Joseph Bramlett, Graham Brockington, David Chung, Jordan Cox, Sihwan Kim, Andrew Yun, Steve Ziegler

Hole-in-the-wall restaurant: The Dutch Goose

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TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

Location:

Fort Worth, Texas

Mascot:

Horned Frogs

Enrollment:

8,696

Conference:

Mountain West Conference

Years at ICI:

1

BEST OF TEXAS CHRISTIAN First date: Daddy Jack’s Class: Bob Akin’s Marketing Class Thing about college: Graduation Cafeteria food: Omelets Place to take your parents: Joe T. Garcia’s Mexican Restaurant Man on campus: Coach G Cafeteria alternative: Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Dorm room snack: Peanut butter sandwiches

Coach: Team:

Bill Montigel John Antle, Max Bichsel, Will Christensen, Eli Cole, Johan de Beer, Pontus Gad, Tom Hoge, Daniel Jennevret, Matt Johnson, Alexander Knappe, Nick Lerner, Michael Levy, Ryan Myers, Eduardo Perez, Scott Roudebush, Travis Woolf

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Concert: Pat Green Landmark: Billy Bob’s Texas at the Fort Worth Stockyards

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TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

Location:

Lubbock, Texas

Mascot:

Red Raiders

Enrollment:

28,422

Conference:

Big 12

Years at ICI:

3

BEST OF TEXAS TECH Fast food: One Guy from Italy Fancy restaurant: Las Brisas Burger: Buns Over Texas NCAA football game this fall: Texas A&M vs. Texas Tech Thing about college: Red Raider golf team Video game: NCAA Football 09 Dessert: Cold Stone Creamery Game-day tradition: Raider Gate Landmark: Will Rogers statue Hole-in-the-wall restaurant: Caprock Cafe

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Coach: Asst. Coach: Team:

Greg Sands Marty McCauley Drew Dorsey, Finley Ewing IV, Aaron Fitzpatrick, Nils Floren, Sergio Franky, Will Griffin, Logan McCracken, Chandler Rusk, Brian Scherer, Jacob Simon, Matt Smith, Chris Ward, Tyler Weworski

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UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

Location:

Seattle, Washington

Mascot:

Huskies

Enrollment:

42,907

Conference:

Pac-10

Years at ICI:

1

BEST OF WASHINGTON Burger: Dick’s Drive In First date: Gas Works Park Golf course in your city: The Members Club at Aldarra Landmark: Space Needle Band from Washington: Pearl Jam Class: Swahili Video game: Mario Kart Dorm room snack: Chocolate-covered Oreos Best reason to go to Washington: The coaches

Coach: Asst. Coach: Team:

Mike Thurmond Garrett Clegg Jens Bracht, Ty Chambers, Tze Huang Choo, Dylan Goodwin, Charlie Hughes, Larry Iverson, Chris Kilmer, Richard Lee, Kevin Spooner, Nick Taylor, Darren Wallace, Chris Williams

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Wings: Wingdome

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English and Philosophy building

Although enrollment is close to 30,000, Texas Tech still prides itself on one-on-one interaction with top faculty and an environment that stresses student accomplishment above all else. Located in the South Plains of West Texas, Texas Tech carries the distinction of being the largest comprehensive higher education institution in the western two-thirds of Texas, serving a region that is larger than 46 of the nation’s 50 states. Texas Tech is the only campus in the state that is home to a major university, law school and graduate school. The university also shares a campus with a major health sciences center. Students benefit from this synergy through degree programs that combine the assets of these outstanding institutions and pursue joint degrees in medicine and business, law and public administration, civil engineering and architecture, and a variety of other programs made possible by the combination of colleges and schools on the campus. In addition, Texas Tech is a leader in providing students opportunities to participate in undergraduate research. Undergraduate students

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work side-by-side with renowned faculty researchers, and their work is published in major academic journals and presented at conferences around the world. The true testament of a university is its graduates. Texas Tech alumni have gone on to become governors of three states, flown space missions, won Olympic gold medals, served as ambassadors to foreign countries, acted on Broadway stages, performed in operas, earned Pulitzer Prizes, became educators at prestigious universities and even performed heart surgery on prominent late-night television hosts. In addition, they lead some of the world’s largest corporations and some of the country’s most successful small firms. In October 2006, Texas Tech was selected to establish a Phi Beta Kappa chapter on campus, a testament to the university’s academic credentials. Texas Tech is one of only three public


Education building

Texas Tech University is undertaking the most ambitious growth project since its inception in 1923, striving to become Texas’ next national research university.

The oldest mascot of Texas Tech, the Masked Rider started as a dare in 1936 and was then called the Ghost Rider because no one knew the rider’s identity. Today the Masked Rider, with his or her guns up, leads the team out onto the field for all of the university’s home football games. The Masked Rider is one of the most visible figures at Texas Tech.

universities in Texas and one of 276 universities in the nation to host a Phi Beta Kappa chapter, the nation’s oldest and most recognized academic honorary. The university and its students also provide a valuable service to Lubbock, West Texas and the rest of the state. Texas Tech is a leader in assessing and improving the region’s environmental and healthcare needs and has assisted in developing economic development plans and programs. Texas Tech’s researchers have pioneered studies in plant stress and water conservation, and have developed ways to survive wind-related disasters and methods for creating alternative energy sources. The enthusiasm on campus is palatable and the energy infectious. There is no better time to be at Texas Tech University. From here, it’s possible.


Whether on the links or the 50-yard line, everyone loves talking college football in the fall. Each of the 15 teams competing in this year’s tournament revealed their predictions on who will win the National Championship, who they believe the most overrated team is and their favorite game-day tradition. Did they make the right call, or are they just talking trash? You decide.

The most overrated team is Ohio State, along with the rest of the Big 10.

Tennessee shocks the nation this year, as the biggest surprise team!

Arizona is our biggest football rival!

The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame are definitely overrated!

Our in-conference rivals, Florida and Alabama, are both overrated!

If you tailgate with us, you better be able to play cornhole.

We love to trash talk the South Carolina Gamecocks.

Urban Meyer leads the Florida Gators to a repeat National Championship title.

We “bark at” (trash talk) every team in the SEC.

Tim Tebow wins the Heisman for the second time in his career.

We tailgate in style with HOT WINGS!

The Texas Longhorns will be the last team standing at the end of the year!

Dez Bryant wins the Heisman!

Colt McCoy and Texas definitely win our conference!

Doesn’t USC always lose to a Pac-10 team early in the year? Washington with the upset!

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1 Arturo Di Modica reportedly created the Charging Bull following the 1987 stock market crash as a testament to his belief in the unceasing vitality of American capitalism. The 7,000 lb. bronze sculpture is a limited piece and a permanent part of Tavistock Group’s art collection.

PAR

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CHARGING BULL


2 Florida State’s Song Jeon hit a hole-in-one on this par 3 during the final round of the 2007 Isleworth Collegiate Invitational.

PAR

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CYPRESS CHUTE


3 The Isleworth members play this hole at a stroke average of 6.13 — the most over par of any hole on the course.

PAR

5 : 628 YARDS

LAKE BLANCHE MONSTER


4 Designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay in 1986, Isleworth’s championship course measures more than 7,500 yards from the “Tiger Tees.”

PAR

4 : 479 YARDS

HURRICANE BEND


5 Isleworth, known as the “Isle of Worth,” was home to many productive citrus groves in the early 1900s.

PAR

3 : 230 YARDS

SWALE OF SIN


6 In 2003, the putting surface on this hole was raised 15 feet to add a dramatic elevation change, enhancing the experience of the round.

PAR

4 : 411 YARDS

THE LEDGE


7 During the 2008 Tavistock Cup, J.B. Holmes launched a 329-yard drive on Hole #7, claiming the Long Drive Challenge.

PAR

5 : 573 YARDS

CHAMPIONS POINT


8 Lake Bessie is the only lake in Isleworth that is not interconnected with the other 13 on the Butler Chain of Lakes.

PAR

4 : 465 YARDS

BEST OF BESSIE


9 There are no homes bordering the fairway on this hole - an unusual characteristic along the golf course at Isleworth.

PAR

4 : 443 YARDS

AROUND THE LAKE


10 Isleworth consistently ranks among the longest and toughest courses in the state of Florida.

PAR

4 : 409 YARDS

HOMEWARD BOUND


11 In 2005, the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational was interrupted by Hurricane Wilma. Due to extremely high winds, 42 balls landed in the water on this hole.

PAR

3 : 194 YARDS

EAGLE POND


12 Every other year, more than 5,000 golf balls are removed from the lake that fronts the green on Hole #12.

PAR

4 : 438 YARDS

UP AND OVER


13 This hole features Hourglass Lake, which was constructed when the golf course was built. It is the main water supply for the entire community.

PAR

5 : 558 YARDS

HOURGLASS LAKE


14 The home of Jim English, former chairman of the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational, overlooks this hole. The tournament’s success today is the result of his generous support.

PAR

4 : 450 YARDS

THREAD THE NEEDLE


15 Oklahoma State’s Mark Johnson fired a hole-in-one during Round 2 of the 2008 Isleworth Collegiate Invitational on this hole.

PAR

3 : 223 YARDS

AIM AND FIRE


16 In 2003, this hole was shortened by 80 yards to challenge the golfer in a different way. The golfer should be aware of numerous pitfalls, if he has the heart to go for the green in one.

PAR

4 : 349 YARDS

FAVORS THE BRAVE


17 When Pablo Martin eagled this hole at the 2005 Isleworth Collegiate Invitational, he took the lead and later claimed the individual Medalist honors for the second straight year.

PAR

5 : 590 YARDS

MOST FEARED


18 Spectators and golf legends, Arnold Palmer and Mark O’Meara, helped search for a player’s missing ball on Hole #18 during the 2006 Isleworth Collegiate Invitational.

PAR

4 : 477 YARDS

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