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Katharine Patrick
Katharine  Patrick

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Houston, Texas

High School:
HS for the Performing & Visual Arts


Virginia
2016-17 (Junior)
• Appeared in all eight tournaments, and was a scoring player in seven
• Finished the season with a 75.95 stroke average
• Led UVA in scoring at Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate
• Top tourney showing was 23rd at Mason Rudolph where she matched her career low with +5, 221
• Posed a 3-under 69 at Tar Heel Invitational for career low 18-hole score
• Named to the ACC Honor Roll

2015-16 (Freshman)
• One of three true freshmen to see tournament action
• Made the lineup for season-opening Cougar Classic and played as an indivudal at the Mason Rudolph where she placed 36th
• Only spring event was the FSU Matchup where she matched her best finish by placing 36th
• Posted second-round 70 at FSU that was her low round of the season

Junior / Amateur Golf
• Participated in 2015 North and South Amateur
• Won the 2014 AJGA David Toms Invitational
• Advanced to round of 32 at 2014 AJGA Polo Junior Classic
• Reached round of 32 at 2014 USGA Women's Amateur
• Played in 2014 and 2015 Junior PGA Championship, making cut in 2015 event
• From 2011 to 2015 played in eight AJGA Invitationals and had four top-three finishes
• Participated in Arizona Silver Belle Championship from 2012 to 2014
• Took top honors at 2011 AJGA Under Armour/Steve Marino Junior All-Star Championship
• Ranked No. 38 for her class in Polo and Golfweek Junior Rankings
• Ranked No. 20 for her class by Junior Golf Association

High School/Personal
• Played in West University Little League baseball system for nine seasons
• Also participated in soccer, basketball and swimming
• Majored in classical piano at The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
• Parents are Terri and John
• Has a younger sister, Elizabeth
• Grandfather, Carrel Willoughby, played professional baseball for the St. Louis Browns
• Born in Houston, Texas

Katharine Patrick's Career Statistics

YEAR ROUNDS STROKES AVG LOW
2015-2016 12 913 76.08 70
2016-2017 24 1823 75.95 69
CAREER 36 2736 76.00 69


Katharine Patrick's Career Bests
Career Best Tournament Finish: 23rd, Mason Rudolph Championship, Sept. 16-18, 2016
Career Top-10 Finishes: 0
Career Best 54-Hole Score: 221, Mason Rudolph Championship, Sept. 16-18, 2016 & Mason Rudolph Championship, Sept. 18-20, 2015
Career Best 18-Hole Score: 69, Tar Heel Invitational, Oct. 15, 2016

2015-16 Tournament Results

Date Tournament Score Par Total Overall Place UVa Place
Sept. 13-15 Cougar Classic 81-71-76 +12 228 60 5
Sept. 18-20 Mason Rudolph* 74-72-75 +5 221 36 na
Oct. 24-26 Landfall Tradition 79-80-76 +19 235 77 5
Feb. 12-14 FSU Match-Up 78-70-81 +13 229 36 3

2016-17 Tournament Results

Date Tournament Score Par Total Overall Place UVa Place
Sept. 16-18 Mason Rudolph 75-71-75 +5 221 23 2
Sept. 25-27 ANNIKA Intercollegiate 72-74-76 +6 221 23 3
Oct. 14-16 Tar Heel Invitation 78-69-77 +8 224 45 4
Oct. 28-30 Landfall Tradition 77-73-73 +7 223 31 2
Feb. 10-12 FSU Match-Up 77-74-76 +11 227 43 4
Feb. 19-21 Sugar Bowl Intercol. 70-75-84 +13 229 52 1
March 3-5 Rucker Intercollegiate 70-75-84 +31 244 86 4
Mar. 31-Apr. 2 Bryan National* 77-738-78 +17 233 65 na
* Competed as a non-scoring individual

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