Bryden Macpherson
blank Bryden Macpherson
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Melbourne, Australia

High School:
Woodleigh

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 175

Birthdate:
08/07/1990

Experience:
2L

2011-12 (Junior Season):
• Had a blistering fall for the Bulldogs, posting three top-10s and four top-20s in four events.
• Recorded a career-best second-place finish in the Adams Cup.
• Posted a then-career-best third-place showing in the Carpet Capital Collegiate.
• Chosen as the recipient of the Copas-Liebler Scholarship.
• Withdrew from school before the Spring Semester to pursue a professional career.
2010-11 (Sophomore Season):
• Went 3-0 in the match play portion of the NCAA Championship as the Bulldogs advanced to the final match.
• Highest regular-season finishes were 23rd-place efforts in the Carpet Capital Collegiate and the Puerto Rico Classic.
2009-10 (Freshman Season):
• Named the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year by the league's coaches to headline the All-Freshmen Team.
• Chosen Second-Team All-SEC.
• Saw action in six tournaments after joining the Bulldogs in January.
• Placed 15th in the Puerto Rico Shootout in his Georgia debut.
• Notched top-5 finishes in the Charleston Shootout (fourth) and the Morris Williams Intercollegiate (fifth).
• Came in eighth in the Southeastern Conference Championship.
Amateur/Junior Highlights:
• Won the British Amateur, becoming just the second Australian to accomplish that feat.
• With the British Am victory, earned berths in the 2011 British Open and the 2012 Masters.
• Qualified for the 2011 U.S. Amateur.
• Placed third in the 2010 Dogwood Amateur and competed in the 2010 British Amateur.
• In the 2010 Australian Amateur, came in sixth in stroke play and reached the semifinals of match play.
• Won the 2009 Australian Stroke-Play Championships.
• Finished first in the 2008 Dunes Medal, setting two course records with rounds of 64 and 63.
• Was a member of the Australian 4-Man Men's Team.
High School:
• Graduated from Woodleigh School.
Personal:
• Born Aug. 7, 1990.
• Son of Debbie Mortimer and Mark Macpherson.
• Majoring in Consumer Economics.

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