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 Steven Fox

2012 United States Amateur Champion
- Represented USA at World Amateur Team Championship and Copa de las Americas.

- 3-time All-SoCon (2011, 2012, 2013) and All-Freshman in 2010.
- 2012 United States Amateur Public Links Round of 16.
- 2011 TGA Match Play Champion.
- Summer of 2010 saw Fox make the semifinals of the Tennessee Match Play while garnering top 10s at the Tennessee (T9) and Rice Planters Amateurs (T9).
- Finished tied for second behind former Mocs golfer Bryce Ledford in the 2009 Tennessee State Open opening with a seven-under par 64 before finishing three shots back at 206 (-7, 64-74-68).

2012 United States Amateur Champion defeating Michael Weaver (Cal) in 37 holes at fabled Cherry Hills Country Club…qualified for match play as part of a 17-man group for 14 spots…Fox defeated Jeff Osberg (3&2), Dr. Douglas Hanzel (1up), Zack Munroe (2up), then-World No. 1 Chris Williams (4&2) and Brandon Hagy (2up) en route to the epic win…represented USA winning Eisenhower Trophy at 2012 World Amateur Team Championship and to third-place finish at 2013 Copa de las Americas…two-time PING All-East Region (2012, 2013) and three-time All-SoCon pick (2011, 2012, 2013)…2011 TGA Match Play Champion…shot a course-record 64 (-8) at the Club at Olde Stone in the second round of the NCAA Bowling Green Regional…his third-place finish in the regional helped the Mocs win their first NCAA Golf Regional…51 par or better rounds with 17 in the 60’s…13 top 10’s including eight top 5’s with one win (2010 Furman Intercollegiate) and four runner-ups in his collegiate career which featured seven eagles, 383 birdies and 1431 pars…4th all-time in scoring average (73.11) and par or better rounds (52).

Made three starts before end of his college career...first came at Torrey Pines in the Farmers Insurance Open…played the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill before teeing it up at the Masters…zero made cuts…low round of 70 (-2) to open the Farmers Insurance Open.

PING All-East Region and All-SoCon…competed in nine team events counting in 26 of 27 rounds…finished as runner-up three times…tied for second at AutoTrader.com Collegiate shooting one-under par 212…second at the BancorpSouth Intercollegiate with a career-best eight-under par 208 with rounds of 69, 69 and 70…also tied for second at SoCon Championship shooting 217…low round of 68 (-3) came in final round of AutoTrader.com Collegiate…tied for 10th at Bridgestone Golf Collegiate (219)…led team in scoring average (72.50), par 3 scoring (3.07), par 4 scoring (4.14), birdies (2.80/rd), pars (11.90/rd) and fewest bogeys (2.67/rd)…16 par or better rounds with four in the 60’s…low individual round of 67 (-4) came at Western Refining All-American ending at five under (208)…high of six birdies in the second round of the SoCon Championship and 16 pars (opening two rounds of AutoTrader.com Collegiate and final round of NCAA Columbus Regional)…tournament bests of 12 birdies (SoCon) and 45 pars (AutoTrader)…Athletic Director’s and SoCon Honor Roll.

PING All-East Region and All-Southern Conference…ranked No. 89 in the nation (Golfstat)…one of two Mocs (Stephan Jaeger) to start all 13 events…averaged 72.89 strokes per round, second-best total on the team behind Jaeger…71.41 average in the final round shooting par or better nine times including eight of the last nine events…was 2-2 at the Collegiate Match Play Presented by Callaway…leads team in Par 3 scoring (3.06) and pars (414, 11.5 per round)…played 80.2 percent of his holes at par or better…13 par or better rounds (5 in 60s) with a low of 64 (-8) in the second round of the NCAA Bowling Green Regional which set a new course record at the Club at Olde Stone…shot a career-best 209 (-7) at the AutoTrader.com Collegiate Classic in October with a runner-up finish…second on the team to Jaeger with 104 birdies…set a career high with eight birdies on his record-setting card in Bowling Green…had five or more birdies seven times including five in his final round at famed Riviera C.C. at the NCAA Championship…four top 10s with three top 5s…tied for third at NCAA Bowling Green Regional and tied for fourth at SoCon Championship…led the squad in four events…13 birdies was season-best total coming at the Brickyard Collegiate and in Bowling Green…had 15 pars in his final card at the Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate…had a team season-high 41 pars over 54 holes…counted in 33 of 36 team rounds…Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and SoCon Honor Roll.

All-Southern Conference…one of three players (Davis Bunn, Chris Robb) to play in all 11 events…averaged 73.00 strokes per round, second only to Stephan Jaeger on the squad…second also with five rounds in the 60’s and 13 total par or better rounds…tied for second with three top 10s…led squad with 364 pars and tied with Jaeger for most total birdies (99)…12 rounds with four or more birdies (five with six or more) and a career-best seven in the second round of the Carpet Capital Collegiate…low round of 67 (-5) came in final round of NCAA Colorado Regional with six birdies, 11 pars and a lone bogey…that 67 was a school-record tally in an NCAA postseason event…did not have a score higher than bogey in Colorado as he joined Jaeger (twice – ’09 Finals, ’11 Colorado Regional) as the only Mocs to avoid “others” in NCAA postseason play…tied for seventh at the Carpet Capital at three-under par 213…tied for eighth at the Brickyard Collegiate shooting three-under par 213…three times finished under par during the season including minus two effort at SoCon Championship tying for fourth…tied for 13th at Linger Longer Invite (+2, 218)…10 or more birdies in five events with a high of 14 at the Carpet Capital…12 rounds with 12 or more pars with a team-best tying 16 in the second round at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate…39 pars at Springhill Suites Collegiate is a team high…played par or better on 78.3 percent of his holes with 15 rounds of 15 or more par or better holes…counted in 30 of 33 rounds…Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

Played in every tournament as a true freshman…tied for medalist honors at the Furman Intercollegiate with 2009 U.S. Amateur finalist Ben Martin of Clemson…shot his low score of the season at Furman with a 54-hole total of 210 (-6)…three par or better rounds in the event shooting 70, 68 and 72…other top 10 came at the Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate where he fired a 214 (+4)…low round of 66 (-4) came in the second round of the Palmetto…three rounds in the 60s was third on the team…led the team finishing tied for 21st at NCAA Southwest Regional (+7, 223)…played par or better on 73.7 percent of his holes which was third on the team behind Stephan Jaeger and Derek Rende…tied for 12th at the Brickyard Collegiate (143, -1) where he played 33 of 36 holes par or better…had a team-best 14 birdies at the Hootie at Bulls Bay…had more than 10 birdies in a tournament four times on the season, three of those coming in the Spring semester…12 rounds with four or more birdies with a high of six twice (2nd rounds of Furman and Hootie)…11 rounds playing 15 or more holes par or better…All-SoCon Freshman team…SoCon Golfer of the Month (March) and Golfer of the Week (Mar. 24)...Dean’s List, Honor Roll and SoCon Honor Roll…counted in 26 of 34 rounds.

Played for Andy Gilley at Hendersonville High School...2007 and 2008 NHSGCAA All-America, while being named as a Player of Achievement in 2006…2008 Tennessee Junior Amateur Champion shooting three rounds of 68 (204, -9) at Colonial Country Club in Cordova, Tenn….lost on the second hole of a playoff shooting seven-under par 203 with rounds of 65, 71 and 67 at the 2009 Bubba Conlee National Junior at Quail Ridge Golf Club in Bartlett, Tenn….2008 Belle Meade/Hillwood Junior Invitational Champ (69-74)…tied for third at 2008 AJGA Club Car Junior Hosted by Charles Howell III shooting 213 (-3) at Champions Retreat in Evans, Ga….tied for fourth at 146 (+2) in the 2008 Future Tour Championship tying for the low round of the tournament with a 70 (-2) in the final round…tied for seventh at the 2008 Bubba Conlee National Junior (214)…tied for eighth as a freshman shooting 142 (-2) behind Mocs teammate Derek Rende (T1, 137) at the 2005 TSSAA Championship …region champ in 2008 and was a four-time district champ (2005-08) for the Commandos…qualified as an alternate for the 2007 U.S. Junior Amateur…won the 2009 Wally Invitational by five shots shooting nine-under par 133 with a 69 and 64 at Old Hickory Country Club in Nashville…also claimed the 2009 Craig Rudolph Memorial at Clarksville (Tenn.) Country Club shooting a final round 66 (-6) to finish at 138…claimed over 100 titles during his junior career and held a No. 1 ranking in the state and top 30 nationally.

Born Jan. 14, 1991...son of Alan and Maureen Fox…mom played collegiate basketball at Long Island University, while his father played professionally in Israel...the middle child in his family with an older sister Ashley and younger sister Kristen...majoring in Business Management.








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: T1, 2010 Furman Intercollegiate

54-Hole: 208 (-8), 2013 BancorpSouth Intercollegiate

36-Hole: 138 (-6), 2010 Furman Intercollegiate/2010 Carpet Capital Collegiate/2013 BancorpSouth Intercollegiate
18-Hole: 64 (-8), 2012 NCAA Bowling Green Regional

1st: 69 (-3), 2010 Carpet Capital Collegiate/2013 BancorpSouth Intercollegiate

2nd: 64 (-8), 2012 NCAA Bowling Green Regional
3rd: 67 (-5), 2011 NCAA Colorado Regional/2011 AutoTrader.com Collegiate Classic
Year: Senior
Hometown: Hendersonville, Tenn.
High School: Hendersonville
Major: Business Management
Experience: 2 Letters
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