Adam Meyer

Adam  Meyer


China Spring, Texas

High School:
Waco Covenant




Career Highlights
• Has appeared in 50 collegiate tournaments, including 19 at TCU.
• Owns an impressive 72.69 career scoring average over 146 rounds.
• Was an Honorable Mention All-American in 2002 and is a candidate for All-America honors in 2004.
• Was a first-team All-Conference USA pick in 2003 and 2004 after claiming All-Big 12 honors in 2002.
• Named the 2004 Conference USA Golfer of the Year and the 2003-04 TCU Co-Male Athlete of the Year.
• Owns four individual tournament victories.
• Has placed among the top 10 in 15 career events and has 13 finishes between 11th and 20th place.

2003-04 (Senior Year)
• Has appeared in all 12 tournaments for TCU this season and owns a team-best and career-best 71.81 scoring average.
• Named the Conference USA Golfer of the Year and first-team all-conference.
• Honored as TCU's Co-Male Athlete of the Year for the 2003-04 school year.
• Is rated 24th in the nation according to the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings.
• Was the individual medalist at the 2004 Conference USA Championship, dominating the field en route to a nine-stroke win.
• Helped the Horned Frogs claim their fourth consecutive league title.
• His three-round score of 206 (-10) was just one off the C-USA Championship record established by former TCU golfer Bret Guetz in 2002.
• Was named Golf World's National Men's College Golfer of the Week after his C-USA triumph and was the April Conference USA Golfer of the Month.
• Placed among the top 15 in six straight events in the spring.
• Helped TCU reach its 13th NCAA Championships, placing tied for 51st at the NCAA Central Regional after a team-best final round of 73.
• For the year had six top-10 landings and three more in the top 20.
• Led the team with 12 sub-70 rounds and had a season-best 67 in round one of the Cleveland Golf Classic.
• Had under-par final scores of at the Gary Koch Intercollegiate (-7), The Prestige at PGA West (-4), Morris Williams Intercollegiate (-3), Hall of Fame Invitational (-5) and C-USA Championship (-10).
• Has been the top TCU finisher at six of the 12 tournaments on the year.

2002-03 (Junior Year)
• Played in five tournaments for Baylor prior to transferring to TCU in time for the 2003 spring season.
• Had one top-10 and four top-20 finishes in his five outings with the Bears.
• Secured one individual victory and had one top-10 and two top-20 finishes in seven events with the Horned Frogs.
• Was named to the 2003 All-Conference USA first team.
• Owned a 71.57 scoring average with the Horned Frogs and had five sub-70 rounds.
• Was rated 78th in the Golfweek individual rankings system.
• Started his Horned Frog career in style, winning the Waikoloa Intercollegiate by four strokes for his third career victory.
• Claimed the event with a remarkable 12-under score of 202, thanks to consecutive rounds of 67-68-67.
• Became the second player, joining David Schultz, to win an event in his first TCU appearance.
• Was the runner up at the Conference USA Championship, finishing with a one-under-par score of 212.
• Helped the Horned Frogs to their second straight C-USA team title.
• Placed 19th at the National Invitational Tournament with a five-over score of 221.
• Tied for 42nd at the Toyota/Las Vegas Collegiate and tied for 48th at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate.
• Led TCU by tying for 43rd place at the NCAA Central Regional with a 219 (+3).

2001-02 (Sophomore Year)
• Was named an Honorable Mention All-American and was an All-Big 12 performer.
• Played in all 13 events for the Bears, which included Baylor's first-ever appearance in the NCAA Championships, where he placed in a tie for 27th.
• Led the Bears in stroke average with a 71.84 over 38 rounds.
• Recorded five top-10 finishes and three top-20 finishes.
• Had nine sub-70 rounds on the season.
• Won back-to-back tournaments, the last fall tourney of 2001 and the first spring tourney of 2002.
• Tied for first at the Henry Griffits Classic with a 10-under score of 202 for his first collegiate victory.
• Shared first place at the Rice Invitational after carding a three-under-par 213.
• Took fourth place at the Border Olympics with a seven-under 209.
• Recorded his lowest round of the year, a 65, at the Big 12 Championships where he finished tied for 15th place with a three-round score of 218.

2000-01 (Freshman Year)
• Was the only freshman, and one of only two team members, to play in all 13 tournaments on the season.
• Registered a 75.22 stroke average over 36 rounds of play.
• Netted one top-10 and one top-20 finish on the season.
• Finished fifth at the Udamon SW Classic after posting a 217 (71-74-72), which led the team to a tournament victory.
• Tied for 18th place at the Belmont Invitational with a score of 219 (+6).

High School Highlights
• Was a three-year letterman at Waco Covenant Academy.
• Was a three-time individual state champion (1998, 1999, 2000) at TAPPS Division IIA.

Amateur Highlights
• Garnered fifth place at the 2003 Southern Amateur.
• Snagged 10th place at the 2003 Monroe Invitational Championship after also taking 10th at "The MIC" in 2002.
• Finished first in his 2002 U.S. Amateur qualifier (65-64=129).
• Shot 78-69 at U.S. Amateur in August of 2002 but did not qualify for the match play portion of the tournament.
• Managed a top-10 finish at the 2002 Southern Amateur, placing seventh after shooting 69-74-72-69 (284).
• Placed first at the Baylor Invitational with an impressive 54-hole score of 200 (69-64-67).

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