Trahan Wins Monroe Invitational, Sets Course Record

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Clemson, SC-Clemson All-America golfer D.J. Trahan enhanced his ranking as the
number-one amateur in the world by winning the Monroe Invitational in Pittsford, NY
over the weekend. Trahan cleared the field by four shots in firing a tournament record

It was the second major amateur win of the year for Trahan, who also captured the
Azalea Invitational in April. He also won three tournaments for Clemson this past
academic year. The winner of the Ben Hogan and Jack Nicklaus Awards for his
performance at Clemson this past year fired rounds of 71-62-67 and 68 in posting a 12-
under par score.

Trahan defeated Kevin Stadler, son of PGA Tour golfer and former Master's
Champion Craig Stadler by four shots. Trahan's tournament included an eight-under par
62 in the second round. That round tied the course record on the par 70 and 7087-yard

Trahan was one of six current Clemson golfers who competed in the event. Matt
Hendrix, who just finished his sophomore year at Clemson, finished 10th with a 285 total.
Hendrix's tournament included a second round 65. Brian Duncan, who will be a red-
shirt freshman next year, shot a 286 and finished 14th.

Gregg Jones, a second-team All-American for the Tigers last year, had a
consistent tournament with three rounds of 72 and a 71. He finished at 287, good enough
for 19th place. Jack Ferguson, who will be a sophomore next year, had a 295 figure and
was 41th, while Ben Duncan shot a 297 and finished 46th.

Clemson Golfers at Monroe Invitational

June 12-15, Pittsford, NY

Par 70, 7087 Yards

D.J. Trahan	71-62-67-68	268	-12	First
Matt Hendrix	76-65-71-73	285	+5	10th
Brian Duncan	76-68-71-71	286	+6	14th
Gregg Jones	72-72-71-72	287	+7	19th
Jack Ferguson	76-76-72-71	295	+15	41th
Ben Duncan	72-70-77-78	297	+17	46th

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