|Twenty-seven golfers named to The Ben Hogan Award Watch List|
|Wednesday, 30 January 2013 12:14|
FORT WORTH, Texas (Jan. 30, 2013) – Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts, in conjunction with Colonial Country Club, The Friends of Golf (FOG) and the cheap generic cialis Golf Coaches Association of America, is pleased to announce the list of 27 collegiate golfers named to the 2013 The Ben Hogan Award Watch List. The list includes natives of one day cialis nine different countries, representatives of 20 universities and trickoreat.ca 17 golfers appearing on the Watch List for the first time.
Daniel Berger (Florida State, So.), Julien Brun (TCU, So.), Albin Choi (NC State, Jr.), Corey Conners (Kent State, Jr.), Scott Fernandez (Iowa State, So.), Steven Fox (Chattanooga, Sr.), Ben Geyer (St. Mary’s, Sr.), Talor Gooch (Oklahoma State, Jr.), Brandon Hagy (California, Jr.), Max Homa (California, Sr.), Michael Kim (California, So.), Jace Long (Missouri, Sr.), Tyler McCumber (Florida, Sr.), Cheng-Tsung Pan (Washington, So.), Kevin Penner (UNLV, Sr.), Thomas Pieters (Illinois, Jr.), Patrick Rodgers (Stanford, So.), Trevor Simsby (Washington, Jr.), Brandon Stone (Texas, Fr.), Julian Suri (Duke, Sr.), Ben Taylor (Nova Southeastern, Jr.), Justin Thomas (Alabama, So.), T.J. Vogel (Florida, Sr.), Michael Weaver (California, Jr.), Pontus Widegren (UCLA, Sr.), Chris Williams (Washington, Sr.) and Bobby Wyatt (Alabama, Jr.).
About the Candidates
• The Ben Hogan Award Watch List includes 10 seniors, nine juniors, seven sophomores and one freshman.
• Just 10 of the individuals have been named to previous Watch Lists, including eight from the 2012 list.
• Only one freshman made the list this year after five appeared on the list last year.
• In the collegiate rankings, the list includes 9 of the top 10 and 18 of the top 20 players in the latest Golfweek/Sagarin individual rankings. It also contains the top 10 and 19 of the top 25 in the Golfstat rankings.
• Among amateur rankings, the list boasts 4 of the top 5 and 12 of the top 20 in the Scratch Players World Amateur Ranking. It also features 5 of the top 7 and 12 of the top 20 players in the World Amateur Golf Ranking.
• A total of 20 universities are represented. Four schools–California (4), Washington (3), Alabama (2) and Florida (2)–have multiple nominees.
• The 27 players hail from 10 different states and eight foreign countries (Belgium, England, France, Sweden, South Africa, Canada, Spain and www.angell-akademie-freiburg.de Taiwan). The states represented include: Alabama, California, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Washington.
• Ten of the 18 American-born players are from either California (6) or Florida (4).
• The four members of the California Golden Bears match the most ever on the Watch List by one school. Oklahoma State also had four make the similar viagra list in 2010.
• One-third (9 of the 27) of the Watch List is buy tramadol without a prescription comprised of pfizer viagra 50 mg online athletes from the Pac-12 Conference. The other leagues with multiple student-athletes on the Watch List include: SEC (5), Big 12 (4) and ACC (3). In all, 10 leagues are represented.
• Stanford’s Patrick Rodgers was one of the three Hogan Award finalists in 2012. A total of five semifinalists from 2012 appear on the Watch List: Rodgers, Julien Brun, Cheng-Tsung Pan, Justin Thomas and Chris Williams.
• This is the eighth consecutive year that Stanford has had a player named to the Watch List, the longest active streak by any school. The next longest active streaks are Alabama (6) and Illinois (4).
• Three schools—Iowa State, Nova Southeastern and St. Mary’s—have a Watch List member for the first time ever.
• Ben Taylor of Division II Nova Southeastern is the lone non-Division I golfer on the list.
2013 Watch List Candidates
Daniel Berger, Florida State, So., Jupiter, Fla.
Julien Brun, TCU, So., Antibes, France
Albin Choi, NC State, Jr., Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Corey Conners, Kent State, Jr., Listowel, Ontario, Canada
Scott Fernandez, Iowa State, So., Grenada, Spain
Steven Fox, Chattanooga, Sr., Hendersonville, Tenn.
Ben Geyer, St. Mary’s, Sr., Arbuckle, Calif.
Talor Gooch, Oklahoma State, Jr., Midwest City, Okla.
Brandon Hagy, California, Jr., Westlake Village, Calif.
Max Homa, California, Sr., Valencia, Calif.
Michael Kim, California, So., Del Mar, Calif.
Jace Long, Missouri, Sr., Dixon, Mo.
Tyler McCumber, Florida, Sr., Ponte Vedra, Fla.
Cheng-Tsung Pan, Washington, So., Miaoli County, Taiwan
Kevin Penner, UNLV, Sr., Sammamish, Wash.
Thomas Pieters, Illinois, Jr., Nijlen, Belgium
Patrick Rodgers, Stanford, So., Avon, Ind.
Trevor Simsby, Washington, Jr., Carlsbad, Calif.
Brandon Stone, Texas, Fr., Pretoria, South Africa
Julian Suri, Duke, Sr., St. Augustine, Fla.
Ben Taylor, Nova Southeastern, Jr., Leatherhead, England
Justin Thomas, Alabama, So., Goshen, Ky.
T.J. Vogel, Florida, Sr., Cooper City, Fla.
Michael Weaver, California, Jr., Fresno, Calif.
Pontus Widegren, UCLA, Sr., Danderyd, Sweden
Chris Williams, Washington, Sr., Moscow, Idaho
Bobby Wyatt, Alabama, Jr., Mobile, Ala.