2010-11 (Senior Season): Won the Stadion Classic at UGA, becoming just the second amateur to win on the Nationwide Tour. Named Second-Team All-SEC by the league's coaches. Named to the watch list for the Ben Hogan Award. Won the Brickyard Collegiate in his hometown of Macon for the second straight year. The win was the seventh of his career, matching the school record set by Chris Kirk. Led Georgia at the SEC Championship with a sixth-place finish. Named Georgia's Student-Athlete of the Year for his efforts in the 2009-10 season during the April 2011 banquet. Named the recipient of the Dick Copas-Lloyd Liebler Endowed Scholarship. 2009-10 (Junior Season): Named Golfweek's National Player of the Year after finishing No. 1 in the final Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index. Named First-Team All-American by PING/GCAA and Golfweek. Won the Fred Haskins Award as the nation's most outstanding collegiate golfer. Named to the All-Nicklaus Team by the GCAA. Selected for the PING All-Southeast Region Team by the GCAA. Placed 18th at the NCAA Championships playing as an individual. Advanced to the NCAAs by winning the South Central Regional. Chosen as the SEC Golfer of the Year to headline the All-SEC First Team. Claimed medalist honors at the SEC Championship and led Georgia to the team title. Named the Golfweek National Player of the Week following the SEC Championship. Selected as one of the three finalists for the Ben Hogan Award. Now has six wins in his career, one shy of Chris Kirk's school record of seven. Served as the team captain. Named to the Fall AD's Honor Roll. 2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Named Second-Team All-America by PING and the GCAA. Selected for the PING All-Southeast Region Team by the GCAA. Named First-Team All-SEC. Named to the Ben Hogan Award watch list. Chosen as the National Player of the Week by Golfweek and the SEC Golfer of the Week after winning the Isleworth and coming in ninth at the Brickyard Collegiate. 2007-08 (Freshman Season): Named Second-Team All-America and to the National All-Freshmen Team by PING and the GCAA. Named Second-Team All-SEC and to the SEC All-Freshmen Team. Chosen for the PING All-Southeast Region Team by the GCAA. Earned the Team Effort Regional Champion Award as presented by the GCAA. Named to the Jack Nicklaus Award watch list. Amateur/Junior Highlights: Qualified for the 2010 U.S. Open, coming in 16th and tying for low amateur honors. Went 3-1 as the United States won the 2010 Palmer Cup 13-11 over Europe. Qualified for the 2010 U.S. Amateur. Finished fourth in the 2010 Porter Cup and seventh in the 2010 Southern Amateur. Picked as the National Amateur of the Month for April 2010 by the Southern Golf Association. Came in 34th in the Nationwide Tour's 2010 Stadion Athens Classic at the UGA Golf Course, including a final-round 4-under 67. Won the 2008 and 2009 Georgia Amateur titles, lowering the scoring record to 10-under in 2008 and to 16-under in 2009. Named the GSGA's Junior Player of the Year in 2005 and 2006. In 2005, became the youngest Georgian ever to qualify for the U.S. Open Sectional. In 2005, was the youngest male in the 48-year history of the Macon-Middle Georgia Championship to win that event. Won the 2006 Georgia-South Carolina Cup. Won the 2006 GSGA Junior Golf title. Played in the Georgia-South Carolina Challenge Match in 2004, 2005 and 2006, compiling a match-play record of 5-0-1. Was a member of the 2007 Junior World Cup Championship Team that played in Japan. High School: Graduated from Stratford Academy. Led the Eagles to state titles in 2004 and 2005 and was the state medalist in 2004, 2005 and 2006. Named All-State in 2004, 2005 and 2006. Twice earned All-State honors in basketball. Personal: Born April 12, 1989. Son of Chapin and Sally Henley. Majoring in Housing.