Haskins Award

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The Haskins Award is presented annually by the Haskins Commission to honor the most outstanding collegiate golfer in the United States. The award is named in memory of Fred Haskins, former golf teaching professional at the Country Club of Columbus (Georgia). Votes are tabulated by the Haskins Commission from select writers, golf coaches and collegiate golfers. It college golf's equivalent to college football's Heisman Trophy.[1]

Winners of the Haskins Award have gone on to compete in 42 Ryder Cups, win 28 majors, and over 250 PGA Tour events.[citation needed]

Winners[edit]

Year College Winner
2013 California Michael Kim
2012 Alabama Justin Thomas
2011 UCLA (2) Patrick Cantlay
2010 Georgia Russell Henley
2009 N.C. State Matt Hill
2008 UCLA Kevin Chappell
2007 So. California (3) Jamie Lovemark
2006 Oklahoma State (7) Pablo Martín
2005 UNLV Ryan Moore
2004 Wake Forest (3) Bill Haas
2003 Oklahoma State Hunter Mahan
2002 UAB Graeme McDowell
2001 Georgia Tech (4) Bryce Molder
2000 Oklahoma State Charles Howell III
1999 Northwestern Luke Donald
1998 Georgia Tech Matt Kuchar
1997 Texas (6) Brad Elder
1996 Stanford Tiger Woods
1995 Georgia Tech Stewart Cink
1994 Texas Justin Leonard
1993 Georgia Tech David Duval
1992 Arizona State (3) Phil Mickelson (3)
1991 Arizona State Phil Mickelson
1990 Arizona State Phil Mickelson
1989 Arizona Robert Gamez
1988 Texas Bob Estes
1987 Arizona State Billy Mayfair
1986 Oklahoma State Scott Verplank
1985 So. California Sam Randolph
1984 North Carolina John Inman
1983 Furman Brad Faxon
1982 Oklahoma State Willie Wood
1981 Oklahoma State Bob Tway
1980 Brigham Young (2) Bobby Clampett (2)
1979 Brigham Young Bobby Clampett
1978 Oklahoma State Lindy Miller
1977 So. California Scott Simpson
1976 Florida Phil Hancock
1975 Wake Forest Jay Haas
1974 Wake Forest Curtis Strange
1973 Texas Ben Crenshaw (3)
1972 Texas Ben Crenshaw
1971 Texas Ben Crenshaw

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The AGCP Masters of Golf Club Technology: Roy Nix". Retrieved September 14, 2011. 

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