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Corrine Carr

  • class Junior
  • Hometown Pinehurst, N.C.
  • High school The O'Neal School
  • class Junior
  • Hometown Pinehurst, N.C.
  • High school The O'Neal School

Corrine Carr Bio



2009 SEC Spring Sports Academic Honor Roll
2009 NGCA All-American Scholar

Carr[apos]s Career Bests
18-hole score 67
54-hole score 217
Tournament finish 5th
Top 10 finishes 5
Top 20 finishes 6

2009-10
Posted 10th-best scoring season in Gamecock women[apos]s history at 74.85…Played in every event for South Carolina…Tied for 54th at NCAA Championship, improving by 21 shots over her 2008 NCAA performance…Posted career-best score in final round of SEC Championship with a 67 (-4); finished in a tie for 21st…Score of 67 tied for second-best 18-hole round in school history…Earned her third top-20 finish as a Gamecock with a 13th-place tie in the NCAA East Regional, shooting 72-71-74=217 (+1) to lead South Carolina to the team title…Had her best career tournament with a fifth-place showing at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate, shooting 73-73-71=217 (+1) to lead the Gamecocks to a third-place finish, their best in five years (at that time)…Tied for eighth place at season-opening NGCA Match Play…Second on the team with 10 rounds of par or better…Career scoring average of 76.39 (in two years at South Carolina) ranks sixth all-time…Won Carolinas Golf Assocation Women[apos]s Amateur Championship at Furman Golf Club.

2008-09
Played in eight of 10 events for the Gamecocks…posted a 78.58 average in her 24 rounds of play…best finish was a tie for 32nd at the SEC Championship…also had her best 18-hole round at the conference tournament, a first-round 73 (+2)…had a steady tournament at the NCAA East Regional, finishing tied for 58th with a 75-76-76=227 (+17)….qualified for the U.S. Women[apos]s Amateur.

2007-08 (At Furman)
Qualified for all 11 events and posted a 78.21 average over 34 rounds … led the team with a 10th-place showing at the NCAA East Regional after carding a career-low 69 in the first round … took 10th place at the Southern Conference Championship, her second top-10 finish at the event in as many seasons … earned 23rd place at the Canes & Cardinal Classic, rebounding from a first-round 79 to shoot 72 and 73 over the final two days.

2006-07 (At Furman)
Played in eight of the team[apos]s 10 events, recording a 78.00 average … capped her freshman season in good form, carding a 224 (75-74-75) at the NCAA East Regional … finished a season-best seventh at the Southern Conference Championship, three shots behind the individual medalist … tied for team-best honors in 45th place at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic … shot 223 at the Cougar Classic, which would be her low tournament of the season.

Prior to College
Helped The O[apos]Neal School boys[apos] golf team to two state championships and three conference titles … named 2004 AJGA HP Scholastic Junior All-American … earned Rolex Junior All-American Honorable Mention status in 2004 and 2005 … picked up tournament titles at the North-South Junior Classic and N.C. Big I State Championship in 2004 and the AJGA Golf Pride Junior Classic and Carolina[apos]s Junior Girls Championship in 2005 … also played tennis, winning three singles and three doubles conference titles along with two doubles and one singles state championships.

Carr[apos]s Career Stats
Year Tourn. Rds. Strokes Avg. Low 18 Best Finish
2006-07 7 19 1,492 78.53 73 7th
2007-08 10 30 2,341 78.03 69 10th
2008-09 8 24 1,886 78.58 73 32nd
2009-10 12 34 2,545 74.85 67 5th
Career 38 111 8,582 77.31 67 5th
At USC 20 58 4,431 76.39 67 5th

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