Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Freshman's experience leading Stanford

It seems Stanford's Sihwan Kim is a freshman in name only. Kim, who joined the Cardinal with a superior junior golf résumé, already leads the team in scoring and collected his first win at last week's CordeValle Collegiate in San Martin.
Kim, a four-time junior All-American, is averaging nearly a half-stroke under par in 15 rounds this year and he tied for first at the CordeValle by blistering the course with a second-round 68 and a final-round 69. (More...)

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Matt Tight Joins Men's Golf Program as Assistant Coach

Stanford, Calif. - Matt Tight, a Pepperdine alum, has been named an Assistant Coach for the Stanford men's golf team announced Head Coach Conrad Ray today.
Prior to joining the program, Tight served various roles in the investment banking industry both in New York City and Chicago.
"Matt brings a skill set that is highly valued to our program," said Ray. (More...)

Monday, November 5, 2007

Zack Miller Qualifies for 2nd Stage Q-School

Zack Miller, recent Stanford grad, fired a 68-66 in his last two rounds to finish 3rd at the PGA Qualifying school tournament held at San Juan Oaks. Zack now moves on to the 2nd stage where he will have a chance to earn his playing card for either the Nationwide Tour or the PGA Tour.

Posted by Bob Stevens