2013-2014 (Senior Season):
Chosen as the team captain.
2012-2013 (Junior Season):
Missed most of the year due to shoulder surgery, but got back in the lineup for the postseason.
Finished 13th in the NCAA Tempe Regional to help the Bulldogs qualify for the NCAA Championships.
Came in 38th at the NCAAs to pace the Bulldogs.
2011-2012 (Sophomore Season):
Joined the Bulldogs in January and played in every spring event.
Made his Georgia debut with a 19th-place showing in the Puerto Rico Shootout.
Came in sixth in the Linger Longer Invitational and seventh in the USF Invitational for his top efforts of the year.
2010-2011 (Freshman Season):
Named to the Division I PING All-Midwest Region Team playing for Michigan.
Competed in all 14 tournaments for the Wolverines, posting six top-20 finishes, including four top 10s and two top 5s.
Helped Michigan to the first NCAA regional title in the program's history.
Tied for 56th and helped Michigan to a 10th-place team finish at NCAA Championships.
Finished the season averaging 74.08 per round, the third-best average for a freshman in Michigan history.
Came in 10th in the 2013 Dogwood Invitational.
Qualified for the 2012 U.S. Amateur by capturing medalist honors at the qualifier.
Came in sixth in the Dogwood Invitational and reached the quarterfinals of the Michigan Amateur in 2012.
Placed eighth in the Michigan State Open and was a finalist in the Michigan Amateur in 2011.
In 2010, won both the Michigan Amateur and the Michigan Junior Amateur titles, the first player ever to win both state amateur titles in the same year.
Received AJGA All-America Honorable Mention honors in 2009.
Named Golf Association of Michigan Junior Player of the Year in both 2008 and 2009.
Made the cut at the 2007 Michigan Open as a 15-year-old, the youngest player in history to do so in the state's most prestigious golf tournament.
Graduated from Petoskey High.
Named to the Michigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association Super Team in 2009 and 2010.
Claimed medalist honors at the 2010 Michigan state finals.
In his final two seasons, Petoskey won 27 of 31 tournaments.
As a freshman, set a Petoskey single-round record with a 66 in the second round of the 2006 state finals.
Born Aug. 29, 1991.
Son of Jack and Trish Garber.
Majoring in Consumer Journalism.