TCU Career Highlights
Played in 51 tournaments during his career, carrying a 72.93 scoring average over 147 rounds.
Owned 16 top-10 and 10 top-20 finishes in his four seasons with the Horned Frogs.
Named first-team all-Western Athletic Conference as a sophomore and was an All-Conference USA performer his junior and senior seasons.
Was named the 2003 Conference USA Player of the Year.
Chosen as an Honorable Mention All-American in 2002 after placing second at the NCAA Championships.
Netted a team-best 71.34 scoring average over 38 rounds.
Was the nation's 28th-rated golfer according to the Golfweek ratings system.
Named TCU's Male Co-Athlete of the Year in 2002-03.
Was voted the 2003 Conference USA Player of the Year.
Was named to the 2003 United States Palmer Cup Team, which will feature U.S. versus European amateurs.
Was a semi-finalist for the 2003 Ben Hogan Award.
Finished among the top 20 participants in nine events, which included one win and three runner-up finishes.
Finished under-par in seven tournaments on the season.
Recorded 12 sub-70 rounds on the year.
Was named Conference USA's Golfer of the Month for November.
Helped TCU to a fourth-place finish among the top 16 teams from the 2002 NCAA Championships at the Collegiate Match Play Championships in Myrtle Beach, S.C. by notching a 2-1-1 record in the No. 1 spot.
Became the first TCU golfer ever to take top honors at the Western Refining All-America Classic in El Paso, Texas.
Finished first in a field of 24 All-Americans from the 2001-02 season after shooting a three-day total of 208 (-5) to win the event by five stokes.
Past winners of the classic include Jerry Pate (1974), Davis Love III (1984), David Duval (1991), Notah Begay (1994) and Tiger Woods (1995).
Fired a second-place eight-under 208 to lead the Horned Frogs to The Prestige at PGA West title in La Quinta, Calif.
Also finished tied for second at the Sooner Invitational in Dallas with a 10-under 206, which included a season-best round of 65 on the second 18 holes.
Placed tied for second at the Las Vegas Collegiate with a 209 (-5).
Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors and was named to the All-Conference USA squad.
Was the runner-up by just one stroke at the 2002 NCAA Championships after posting a seven-under-par score of 277 at the four-round event, matching the best-ever finish by a TCU golfer.
Led the Horned Frogs to a tie for 11th at the NCAAs, thanks to three sub-70 scores.
Finished the year with a team-best stroke average of 71.90.
Played in every tournament of the year and had six top-10 and two top-20 placements.
Was rated in the nation's top 50 according to the Golfweek/Sagarin ratings system.
Finished seven tournaments with under-par scores.
Had eight sub-70 rounds on the campaign.
Started the season on a tear, landing among the top 10 in each of the first three events.
Placed second (206) to teammate Steve Shuert at The Ridges Intercollegiate as the Frogs won the team title.
Set a school record in the first round as he blistered the course with a round of 64.
Shot under-par scores in nine of his first 10 rounds of the year, averaging a 69.80 over that time.
Tied for third on two occasions, at the Gary Koch/Cleveland Golf Intercollegiate and the Morris Williams Intercollegiate.
Scored a one-under-par 215 to tie for seventh place at the C-USA Championships as the Horned Frogs claimed the team title.
Was the lone Frog to participate in each of the 12 tournaments on the year, and posted a team-best 73.21 average over 33 rounds.
Nailed down four top-10 and three top-20 placements during the year.
Named first-team all-Western Athletic Conference.
Was the top Frog at the NCAA Central Regional as he tied for 13th place individually with a three-day score of 218.
Narrowly missed the chance to qualify for the NCAA Championships as an individual.
Registered his best finish of the year when he tied for third at The Ridges with a 54-hole sum of 212.
Followed his third-place finish with a 19th-place tie at the Inverness Intercollegiate and a share of eighth place at the NCAA Preview.
Earned Western Athletic Conference Golfer of the Month honors after his stellar play in the three September tournaments.
Nabbed a share of fifth at the Waikoloa Intercollegiate when his final-round 68 propelled him into the top 10 with a total score of 214.
Claimed an eighth-place tie at the Las Vegas Collegiate after a 54-hole card of 214.
Tied for the 16th spot at the WAC Championships with a 229 as the Frogs claimed the conference title for the first time since 1998.
Sat out the season while electing to redshirt.
Participated in 12 tournaments, averaging a 75.50 over 36 rounds.
Was TCU's best finisher (T-16th) at the Taylor Made Red River Classic in Dallas.
Used rounds of 72, 71 and 70 in that event to finish in the top 20 for the first time in his career.
Was the top TCU performer in the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate meet in Birmingham, Ala., when he tied for 19th with a 215, shooting a season-low 69 in round two of that event.
Won two of his three meetings at the Rolex Intercollegiate Match Play Championships.
Logged a seven-over par 223 to place 27th at the Schenkel Invitational.
Placed 26th at the U.S. Collegiate with a 218 (77-71-70).
Experienced the NCAA Regional as a true freshman, scoring a 54-hole score of 235.
Played at neighboring Paschal High School where he was coached by former TCU basketball star Herb Stephens.
Excelled his senior season with a 70.80 scoring average that included two rounds of 65.
Recorded five first-place individual finishes his final prep campaign.
Finished just one place shy of winning three straight individual titles when he was the runner-up at the state tournament as a senior after previously claiming both the district and regional titles.
Named all-state his senior year after receiving all-region honors following his junior and senior seasons.
Voted team MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior.
Was the runner-up at the 1999 Texas State Amateur Golf Tournament.
Won the American Junior Golf Association junior division title.
Advanced to the round of 16 at the U.S. Junior Amateur Championships.
Has claimed both the Fort Worth men's and junior city titles.
Qualified for the 2001 U.S. Amateur after finishing in a tie for first at the Tyler, Texas, qualifier with a 36-hole 144.
Played in the stroke play portion of the U.S. Amateur and landed in a tie for 110th among 312 golfers with a two-day total of 147 (+5).
Finished second overall at the 2002 Western Amateur.
Has been selected to play for the United States' 2003 Palmer Cup team.
Adam Kaufman Rubinson is the son of David and Deborah Rubinson.
Was born on January 22, 1980, in Fort Worth, Texas.
Comes from a Horned Frog athletics background as his father, David, is a 1977 TCU graduate and is the university's head women's soccer coach.