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2 CAL GOLF S STATE-OF-THE-ART SHORT-GAME FACILITY In a huge boost for the California men s and women s golf programs, the Golden Bears opened their short-game facility at the Metropolitan Golf Links in Oakland in the fall of The Cal athletic department would like to thank everyone who combined to contribute approximately $600,000 to bring the project to fruition. The lead donors were Ed and Mollie Arnold, Ellen and Joffa Dale, Jay debenedetti, Lon and Becci Haskew, Judy Isaac, and Pat and Kent Newmark. The programs broke ground on the privately-funded project in 2006 after a long planning process. The two-and-a-half acre state-of-the-art short-game facility is conveniently located on the southwest corner of the Metropolitan Golf Links near the Oakland International Airport, approximately 15 minutes from campus. Built to United States Golf Association specifications, the facility features two extremely large greens one for putting and chipping, and the other for the aerial game, including pitching and bunker play. This was a dream of mine and Cal men s golf for 27 years and for the women s program since its inception in The facility helps improve our players from 120 yards and in. Both teams can always be more efficient in that area. It also helps in terms of recruiting because it makes us more competitive with the best programs in the country. For the first time, we have also been able to reach out to the community and host golf camps and clinics. Men s Head Coach Steve Desimone

3 cal GOLF venues The Cal men's golf program would like to gratefully thank the private and public golf courses listed below that have made their facilities available to the Golden Bears. For more information and additional photos from Cal s golf course partners, visit CalBears.com. Blackhawk Country Club Castlewood Country Club Claremont Country Club The Course at Wente Vineyards Crow Canyon Country Club Diablo Country Club Lake Merced Golf Club Meadow Club Metropolitan Golf Links Mira Vista Golf & Country Club Moraga Country Club Oakhurst Country Club Orinda Country Club Peninsula Golf & Country Club Richmond Country Club Ruby Hill Golf Club San Francisco Golf Club Sequoyah Country Club Tilden Park Golf Course TPC Stonebrae Orinda Country Club is the longtime home of the Golden Bears and the Cal Golf Committee. The course was the site of the 1988 and 1998 Pac-10 Championships. Diablo Country Club Lake Merced Golf Club The Course at Wente Vineyards Ruby Hill Golf Club Peninsula Golf & Country Club Castlewood Country Club TPC Stonebrae Meadow Club 2008 Pac-10 Championship Host Richmond Country Club Men's Golf Annual Report 1

4 Follow Cal Men's Golf at Calbears.com and on its social media calmensgolf calmensgolf juniors Shotaro Ban and Keelan Kilpatrick TABLE OF CONTENTS Cal Golf Venues...IFC-1 Cal Golf... 2 Quick Facts... 2 Roster... 2 Coaching Staff Outlook Player Profiles All-Time Roster (1987 Present)...33 Alister MacKenzie Invitational...36 Honors & Awards NCAA Team Champions...IBC Schedule...BC Cal Golf Tournament...BC ROSTER QUICK FACTS Location... Berkeley, CA Enrollment... 37,581 Founded Nickname...Golden Bears Colors (PMS)...Blue (282) & Gold (123) Conference... Pacific-12 Chancellor...Nicholas B. Dirks Director of Athletics... Mike Williams Men s Golf Administrator...Foti Mellis Head Coach... Steve Desimone 36th Season (Cal, 1970) Phone... (510) Associate Head Coach... Walter Chun 11th Season (Cal, 2001) Phone... (510) Volunteer Assistant Coach...Gene Bakkum 13th Season (UC Davis, 2000) Assoc. Dir. of Olympic Sports Ops... Maria Uriarte 7th Season (UCLA, 2008) Name Ht. Wt. Yr. Exp. Hometown (Previous Schools) Shotaro Ban Jr.* 2L San Jose, CA (Archbishop Mitty HS) Jay Burlison Fr.* RS Salinas, CA (Palma HS/Stevenson HS) Sebastian Crampton Fr. HS Pacific Grove, CA (Stevenson HS) Ben Doyle Fr. HS La Jolla, CA (La Jolla HS) Alex Helgans So.* SQ Alamo, CA (San Ramon Valley HS) Walker Huddy So.* 1L Studio City, CA (Calabasas HS) Tanner Hughes Fr.* HS Livermore, CA (Foothill HS) Keelan Kilpatrick Jr.* 2L Christchurch, New Zealand (St. Bede's College) KK Limbhasut Fr. HS Loma Linda, CA (Redlands HS) Clayton Madey Fr.* RS West Linn, OR (Lake Oswego HS) Andrew Morgan So.* SQ Long Beach, CA (Woodrow Wilson HS) Cameron Shaw So.* 1L Derby, England (Repton School) Alexander Wilson Fr.* RS Edinburgh, Scotland (Loretto School) *has used redshirt season or plans to redshirt in HEAD COACH: Steve Desimone, 36th Season (Cal, 1970) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: Walter Chun, 11th Season (Cal, 2001) VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH: Gene Bakkum, 13th Season (UC Davis, 2000) NCAA Championships...1 (2004) NCAA Championship Appearances , 48, 49, 98, 99, 2000, 04, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 NCAA Regional Appearances , 93, 95, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, NCAA Championship/NCAA Regional/Pac-12 Championship Finish...T11th/T4th/3rd Athletic Communications... Kyle McRae Phone...(510) FAX...(510) FRONT COVER Top Row (left to right): Volunteer assistant coach Gene Bakkum, associate head coach Walter Chun, Ben Doyle, KK Limbhasut, Sebastian Crampton, Walker Huddy, Alex Helgans, Clayton Madey, Alexander Wilson, head coach Steve Desimone. Bottom Row (left to right): Tanner Hughes, Andrew Morgan, Jay Burlison, Cameron Shaw, Keelan Kilpatrick, Shotaro Ban. CREDITS The men's golf annual report was written and edited by Associate Director of Athletic Communications Kyle McRae. Composition and design by Evan Kerr. Special thanks to Steve Desimone and Walter Chun. Photography by Luke Adams, Hailey Archambault, Arizona Athletics, Dan Avila, Gene Bakkum, Ricky Brackett, Michael J. Burns, Samuel Cain, Steven Colquitt, Rod Commons, Kelley Cox, Todd Drexler/SE Sports Media, John Dunbar, Ethan Erickson, Richard Ersted, Don Feria, Jacob Funk/J and L Photography, GCAA, Getty Images, GoldenBearSports.com, Zach Gray, Jamie Hines, Evan Kerr, Martin Miller/ Miller Brown Photography, Nathan Phillips, John Todd, Casey Valentine, USGA and Doug Zimmerman, among others Men's Golf Annual Report

5 Coaching staff STEVE DESIMONE Head Coach 36th Season Cal, 1970 Head coach Steve Desimone is in his 36th season at the helm of the Cal men s golf team in and has led the Golden Bears program to sustained success for nearly four decades including its lone national title in Cal reached the pinnacle of college golf with its national title that season but the five-year run Desimone s team put together from the beginning of the campaign through the end of the season is considered the golden era of the program and one of the best in the history of college golf. The combined accomplishments of the last three teams of the era were unprecedented not only at Cal but on a national level as the Bears won 24 of 40 stroke-play events and were in the top five on 38 occasions as well as each of their four matchplay tournaments during the period. The final three seasons of the era also included two appearances in the national semifinals (2012, 2013), a single-season NCAA record 12 stroke-play victories in when the Bears were widely thought to have registered the best season in the history of college golf, and both the first two NCAA Regional and Pac-12 titles in school history (2012, 2013). The Bears were the nation s top-ranked team at the end of the campaign despite a second straight defeat in the NCAA Championship semifinals. Five Cal players from the era Brandon Hagy, Max Homa, Michael Kim, Joël Stalter and Michael Weaver were first-team All-Americans at least once in their careers with all five being recognized as either first or second-teamers in to make Cal the first team in the history of college golf to have five first or second-team All-Americans in the same season. There were plenty of other firsts during the era including Kim s selection as both the unanimous National and Pac-12 Player of the Year in as well as Homa s NCAA individual title the same campaign. Hagy, Homa and Weaver also became the first three players in the history of the program to each play in the NCAA Championship four times. The golden era arguably came to an end following the campaign when four of the team s five players at the NCAA Championship were seniors but not before the Bears extended their school-record string of appearances at the national finals to each of the last five seasons, which is something only six teams in the country can claim. Although the golden era may be over, a young team that includes four freshmen and no seniors on its roster is looking to start a new era and got off to a good start in the fall of 2014 by winning a pair of events at the Windon Memorial and Alister MacKenzie Invitational while finishing the fall ranked as high as No. 21 nationally. Three of the seven players to see the course were freshmen in Sebastian Crampton, Ben Doyle and KK Limbhasut. Juniors Shotaro Ban and Keelan Kilpatrick also played as did sophomores Walker Huddy and Cameron Shaw. Crampton led the way in the fall of 2014 with three top-10 finishes and a stroke average. Shaw was second with a stroke average and had the team s lone win when he shared medalist honors at the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate. Limbhasut had three top-15 finishes, while Kilpatrick and Huddy both had the highest individual finishes of their careers with a tied for thirdplace showing at the Gopher Invitational for Kilpatrick and a pair of tied for 12th-place finishes for Huddy at the Gopher Invitational and Windon Memorial. Cal tied for the second most wins in school history with six in its final season of the golden era in , with each coming over its first nine events. The Bears won three of five tournaments during the fall (Saint Mary s Invitational, Jack Nicklaus Invitational, Alister MacKenzie Invitational) and moved up to as high as tied for No. 2 nationally according to Golf World/Nike Golf after winning three of its first four events in the spring (Arizona Intercollegiate, John A. Burns Intercollegiate, National Invitational Tournament). The Bears would not win another CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS event in but did head into the NCAA Championship as the No. 5 seed before finishing tied for 11th. Hagy raked in the honors in with the long list including All-Nicklaus Team, first-team Golfweek All-American, first-team Division I PING All-American, Byron Nelson Award, first-team Capital One Academic All- America Division I Men s At-Large, firstteam Division I PING All-West Region, Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Pac-12 All-Academic, Pac-12 Tom Hansen Medal, first-team All-Pac-12, Co-Team MVP, Cal s Ben Furth Award, Golden Bear Achievement Award, The Ben Hogan Award Semifinalist, and September 2013 Pac-12 Men s Golfer of the Month. Stalter joined Hagy on the All-Nicklaus Team, as well as the first-team Division I PING All- American and All-West Region teams, while adding second-team All-American recognition from Golfweek. He was also a national finalist for the Byron Nelson Award, a first-team All-Pac-12 pick, an honorable mention Pac- 12 All-Academic selection and the team s co- MVP along with Hagy. Hagy (Jack Nicklaus Invitational, Aggie Invitational, Arizona Intercollegiate) and Stalter (Alister MacKenzie Invitational, Arizona Intercollegiate, National Invitational Tournament) were both three-time individual medalists including a shared title at the Arizona Intercollegiate, which was one shy of the singleseason school record of four set by Kim in Stalter was Cal s top finisher at the Pac-12 Championship (T4th) and NCAA Championship (T19th) with the best finishes of his career at both events, while Hagy led the Bears with a fifth-place showing at the Head coach Steve Desimone (right) poses with associate head coach Walter Chun and the 2004 NCAA trophy Men's Golf Annual Report 3

6 Head coach Steve Desimone and freshman Sebastian Crampton talk on the course. NCAA Sugar Grove Regional. Hagy finished the season ranked No. 6 nationally by Golfweek and Golfstat while Stalter was No. 17. Cal s season that was arguably the best in the history of college golf earned Desimone the 2013 Dave Williams Eaton Golf Pride National Coach of the Year honor in Division I men s golf as well as the Golfweek National Coach of the Year. He was also the Pac-12 Coach of the Year for the second consecutive season to mark the third time in his career earning the award. The Bears posted the top 54-hole strokeplay score at the 2013 NCAA Championship hosted by Georgia Tech at the Capital City Club s Crabapple Course to earn the top seed for match play at the event for the first time in school history. Cal opened NCAA match play with a quarterfinal victory over Arizona State before a semifinal loss to Illinois ended an incredible season that saw the Bears move into the top spot in late-september and spend the remainder of the season as the nation s top-ranked team in all three sets of rankings (Golfstat, Golfweek, Golf World/Nike Golf) including the final version of each after the NCAA Championship despite their national semifinal loss. Cal set a modern-era NCAA win record in with 12 victories in 14 stroke-play tournaments, eclipsing the previously established record of 10 by the Oklahoma State team. Cal s first five wins came at the Gopher Invitational, PING/Golfweek Preview (shared with Georgia Tech), Pac-12 Preview, Alister MacKenzie Invitational and Isleworth Collegiate Invitational to record the first sweep of its fall schedule in school history. In addition to finishing as the top team during stroke play at the NCAA Championship and winning titles at the NCAA Pullman Regional and Pac-12 Championship, the Bears had spring wins during the regular season at the John A. Burns Intercollegiate, Fresno State Lexus Classic, Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters and Western Intercollegiate. Kim, who would turn professional during his junior season following the team s 2013 fall schedule, swept the Haskins Award, Jack Nicklaus Award and Golfweek/Sagarin Player of the Year in as he became the first Cal golfer to win national player of the year honors. In addition, Kim was one of three national finalists for The Ben Hogan Award presented by the Golf Coaches Association of America to the best college golfer in the nation for their amateur play the 12 previous months. Kim, along with Homa and Weaver were GCAA/PING Division I first-team All- Americans, with Kim adding Golfweek firstteam All-American honors, while Homa and Weaver were second-team choices. All three were also GCAA/PING Division I All-West Region and first-team All-Pac-12 selections, while Hagy and Stalter were both GCAA/ PING Division I and Golfweek second-team All-Americans, GCAA/PING Division I All-West Region picks and second-team All-Pac-12 choices. In addition, the Bears swept Pac-12 Men s Golfer of the Month honors in to become the first conference team to ever do so, with Kim (October 2012, March 2013) and Homa (September 2012, April 2013) winning twice each, and Stalter picking up the honor once (February 2013). Cal players at least shared individual medalist honors a school-record 10 times in led by the single-season schoolrecord four captured by Kim (Isleworth Collegiate Invitational, Arizona Intercollegiate, Fresno State Lexus Classic, Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters). Homa (NCAA Championship, Pac-12 Championship) and Stalter (Arizona Intercollegiate, John A. Burns Intercollegiate) won twice each, with Homa becoming the first Cal player to ever win the NCAA title and the third to win the Pac-12 crown. Weaver (NCAA Pullman Regional) and Hagy (Alister MacKenzie Invitational) were individual medalists once each. The individual NCAA title earned Homa the Arnold Palmer Award presented by Callaway given annually to the individual medalist at the NCAA Championship. Kim also captured the Golfstat Cup given to a single player for all levels of collegiate golf with the lowest adjusted stroke average in the nation heading into the NCAA Championship. Kim (70.14), Homa (70.56), Stalter (70.68), Hagy (70.80) and Weaver (70.92) all finished with strokeplay averages under Kim was the No. 1 player nationally in the final rankings by Golfweek while he finished at No. 4 according to Golfstat. Cal had five players ranked in the final top 20 by Golfweek (No. 1 Kim, No. 11 Weaver, No. 12 Stalter, No. 13 Homa, No. 19 Hagy) and top 25 according to Golfstat (No. 4 Kim, No. 10 Homa, No. 16 Stalter, No. 22 Hagy, No. 23 Weaver). Weaver also became the first current Cal player to compete in the Masters during the season after qualifying for the 2013 event with a runner-up finish at the 2012 U.S. Amateur at Cherry Hills Country Club. In addition, Weaver gained an exemption for the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion with his U.S. Amateur showing and was joined by Kim and Homa, who reached the U.S. Open through the 36-hole sectional qualifying. Kim was the low amateur at the U.S. Open with a tied for 17th place finish after rising as high as third on the leaderboard during the third round, while Weaver also made the cut. The trio became what is believed to be the first three players from the same collegiate team to play in the same U.S. Open. Kim (United States), Stalter (Europe) and Weaver (United States) also played for their respective countries in the 2013 Palmer Cup at Wilmington Country Club in Delaware. Homa, Kim and Weaver later led Team USA to a victory in the 2013 Walker Cup at National Golf Links of America. The string of exceptional play started in when Desimone was named the Pac-12 Coach of the Year for the second time in his career and added GCAA/Eaton West Regional Coach of the Year honors for the first time. His squad reached the national semifinals and posted a series of firsts along the way that included a trip to NCAA Championship match play as well as a match-play victory over San Diego State in the quarterfinals of the event hosted by USC at The Riviera Country Club. Cal also won NCAA Regional and Pac-12 titles both for the first time in events hosted by Stanford and Oregon State, and posted a then-school Men's Golf Annual Report

7 record six tournament wins. Cal finished the season ranked No. 3 by both Golfstat and in the Golf World/Nike Golf Division I Coaches Poll, while Golfweek put the Bears at No. 6. The squad featured three GCAA/PING Division I All-Americans in Hagy, Homa and Kim. Cal opened the campaign with a victory at the Wolverine Intercollegiate and also shared a win with Oregon at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational hosted by the Bears in the fall. The team s Pac-12 and NCAA Regional wins in the two events leading up to the NCAA Championship were preceded by victories at the John A. Burns Intercollegiate and ASU Thunderbird Invitational earlier in the spring. Cal also finished second twice by a single stroke during the spring schedule to host schools Arizona at the Arizona Intercollegiate and UNLV at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters. Hagy, Homa and Kim were each named second-team All-Pac-12 and shared team MVP honors, with Kim adding the squad s Newcomer of the Year award. Stalter was honorable mention all-conference and the team s Most Improved Player. Homa (71.19) narrowly edged Hagy (71.41) and Kim (71.41) for the team s lowest stroke average. Homa tied for ninth individually at the NCAA Championship, which at the time was the second-highest finish ever by a Cal player but is now fourth after being surpassed by both his own victory and Hagy tying for eighth in All three finished in the top 10 at the NCAA Stanford Regional with Hagy third, Kim tied for fourth and Homa tied for 10th, giving Cal three top-10 players at an NCAA Regional for the first time in school history and making Homa the first player ever at Cal to finish in the top 10 in the same season at both the NCAA Championship and NCAA Regional, with Hagy becoming the second in Hagy (T5th) and Stalter (T9th) also had top- 10 showings at the Pac-12 Championship. Cal tied for 19th at the NCAA Championship at Karsten Creek to conclude a strong campaign in , reaching as high as No. 13 in the national polls and equaling a then-school record with three regular-season tournament wins (The Prestige at PGA WEST, Alister MacKenzie Invitational, John A. Burns Intercollegiate) among its total of 14 events. All told, Cal had eight top-five finishes in , also taking third at the NCAA Arizona Regional, Windon Memorial and Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters, placing fifth at the Pac-10 Championship and tying for fifth at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational. Weaver was named a GCAA/PING Division I All-American after posting an eighth-place finish at the NCAA Championship that at the time was the highest ever by a Cal player and is still tied for second. Stephen Hale, Homa and Eric Mina all picked up second-team All-Pac-10 selections, while Ben An (Byeong-Hun An) was an honorable mention choice. Homa was the team s lone individual medalist, sharing the title at the John A. Burns Intercollegiate before falling in a playoff. An had a stretch of top-notch golf to lead the Bears during backto-back team victories when he placed third at The Prestige at PGA WEST before tying for second at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational. Cal had missed the NCAA Championship for five consecutive seasons ( ) before returning to its spot among the nation s elite with a 23rd-place finish in Cal qualified for the NCAA Championship at The Honors Course by tying for third place at the NCAA San Diego Regional. The Bears also posted three regular-season victories to tie a then-school record, winning the Spartan Golf Classic, Alister MacKenzie Invitational and Arizona Intercollegiate. Several individuals had tremendous accomplishments during the campaign, highlighted by the Pac-10 individual medalist honors won by Mina at the event hosted by Arizona State. Mina is one of only three Cal golfers to ever capture the event, with Charlie Wi the first in 1995 and Homa the third in Mina, who earned GCAA/ PING Division I All-American honors, also won at the Spartan Golf Classic while Hale captured the Alister MacKenzie Invitational. Weaver became the first Cal player to finish in the top 10 at both the Pac-10 Championship and NCAA Regionals in the same season, tying for sixth and taking eighth, respectively. Prior to its current five-year run, the team s previous appearance at the NCAA Championship came at the end of the magical campaign when Desimone orchestrated one of the greatest stories in the history of college golf as Cal came from eight strokes behind UCLA on the final day of the event at The Homestead in Virginia to win the 2004 national title by six strokes over the Bruins. It was the culmination of a season in which the Bears had to overcome several injuries but were able to play their best golf when it counted the most. As a result of his team s impressive accomplishment, Desimone was named Golfweek s Collegiate Coach of the Year and was honored as 2004 Grand Master of the Year by the Northern California Golf Association. Desimone s journey to a national championship and the elite status the program enjoys today started in the fall of 1979 when he came aboard as head coach at Cal to take over a program which had lost its varsity status following the previous season. But Desimone was intent on not only returning the program to varsity status but taking it to a higher level. Among the first steps was the formation of the Cal Golf Committee in 1980, the primary support group for the men s golf team, which helped return the program to varsity status in By , Cal was ranked among the top 25 teams in the nation for the first time in the history of the program. One outstand- CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS ing performance that season was a dramatic comeback at San Diego State s Frank Scott Memorial Tournament. Trailing fourth-ranked Fresno State by 17 shots going into the final round, the Bears rallied to win their first major championship in 17 years. Cal s success that season helped Desimone win Pac-10 Conference Co-Coach of the Year honors for the first time. During an outstanding campaign, Desimone brought the Bears program to a then-unprecedented level when the team earned its first NCAA postseason berth in 26 seasons by qualifying for an NCAA Regional. Cal competed in the 1964 NCAA Championship, but didn t actually earn its first berth until 1990 at New Mexico State, two years after the NCAA switched to a selection/qualifying format. Cal played in 13 tournaments that year, placing among the top 10 in all but two, including a then-regular-season school-record-tying three team titles and a tie for third place at the Pac- 10 Championship. In addition, the Bears were ranked among the top 25 teams in the nation throughout the season. Ben Furth, the school s first All-American in men s golf and still the only men s golfer in the Cal Athletic Hall of Fame, was a major contributor to the Bears success. The following season came to a disappointing conclusion for Desimone and the Bears. A career-ending back injury to Furth brought to an end the hope that would surpass Cal s great season the preceding year. Off the course, however, another important step in the rebuilding of the program was undertaken. With the generous support of the Cal Golf Committee, a minimal amount of financial aid was offered to incoming student-athletes for the first time in 15 years. This was a critical step because it finally demonstrated the Bears were committed to competing nationally in all respects and gave Desimone a new and critical tool in recruiting. The season was historic as the Bears qualified for their first ever NCAA Championship and posted the best finish in school history at the time and still the fourth-best ever by taking sixth in the event hosted by Ohio State in Columbus. Cal was appearing at the NCAA Championship for the first time since 1964 when there was no selection/ qualifying format. The Bears were previously selected to play in their third NCAA Regional in six years and came up with a sixth-place showing at the event hosted by New Mexico in Albuquerque after a second-place finish to Arizona State at the Pac-10 Championship. Wi led the way by earning first-team All-American honors and was Cal s first Pac-10 individual champion, while Garrett Larson picked up honorable mention All-American recognition. Cal returned to the NCAA Championship for three consecutive years from , finishing 15th at New Mexico, 16th at Minnesota and 17th at Auburn, respectively Men's Golf Annual Report 5

8 The Bears were tied for fourth at the NCAA Tempe Regional, fourth at the NCAA Tucson Regional and tied for 10th at the NCAA Madera Regional to qualify for the NCAA Championship during those three seasons, after finishing fourth, fifth and third, at the Pac-10 Championship. The team led by All-American Dan Arroyo used the best final round of the day at the NCAA Tempe Regional to reach the NCAA Championship and then was the final team to make the cut at the national event before eventually settling for its 15th-place finish. Arroyo was back again in and led a now-veteran group that also included 2001 U.S. Amateur runner-up and 2002 Masters participant Robert Hamilton to its 16th-place showing. The Bears missed a playoff at the NCAA s to have an opportunity to make the cut by a single shot. The squad featured All-American Han Lee and current associate head coach Walter Chun. The Bears needed a dramatic finish at the 2000 NCAA Regional at Riverbend Golf Club in Madera when Chun birdied the last hole of the entire tournament to force a three-team playoff for the final spot to advance to the NCAA Championship. The Bears would eventually win the playoff on the third hole, beating Stanford and Idaho. At the NCAA s, Cal would miss making the cut by a single shot but Hamilton would move on in the championship as an individual. All told, Desimone has directed Cal to the NCAA Championship in 10 of the 13 appearances the Bears have made in school history (1995, 98, 99, 2000, 04, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14), including the current schoolrecord stretch of five in a row. The Bears have played in all 19 of their NCAA Regionals (1990, 93, 95, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14) under Desimone with a current schoolrecord-tying run of eight straight that equals the eight in a row the Bears put together from Desimone has a total of 62 stroke-play victories in his Cal career and has coached 13 All-Americans (Arroyo, Furth, Hagy, Homa, Jeff Hood, Kim, Larson, Lee, Mina, Stalter, Tomasulo, Weaver, Wi) who have earned 20 All- American honors including a school-record five during the season. Hagy was a three-time All-American, while Homa, Kim, Stalter, Tomasulo and Weaver were all named twice. The Bears have also had success in the classroom during Desimone s tenure with 13 All-America Scholars (Bill Albers, Scott Carlyle, Chun, Dan Coyle, Furth, Gandranata, Hagy, Hale, Murphy, Stalter, Tomasulo, Weaver, Michael Wilson) that have combined to earn the award given only to juniors and seniors 23 times. Hagy, Stalter and Weaver all earned the honor in each of the last two seasons to join Albers, Chun, Carlyle, Furth, Hale, Tomasulo and Wilson as two-time honorees. Carlyle was also selected a first-team Academic All-American in 2004, while Hagy was a first-team Capital One Academic All- America Division I Men s At-Large selection in , becoming the first Cal golfer to earn first-team Academic All-America honors from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) since Carlyle. Hagy s academic prowess also helped earn him the Byron Nelson Award in , as well as the Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year and a Pac-12 Tom Hansen Medal. In addition, he was a third-team Capital One Academic All-America pick for the Division I Men s At-Large squad. In addition to their success both on and off the course at Cal, Desimone has coached several Cal players that have gone on to play professional golf including current PGA TOUR card holders in James Hahn and Homa. Charlie Wi is arguably the most successful former Cal golfer on the PGA TOUR, having finished second five times in his career, most recently at the 2012 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. He is looking to regain his PGA TOUR card after 11 previous seasons on the tour. Hahn, who finished fifth on the final Web. com Tour money list in 2012 to earn his PGA TOUR card, is in his third season on the PGA TOUR in 2015 and also had his best career finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro- Am, tying for third in Homa has earned full-time PGA TOUR status in 2015 after finishing 17th on the Web. com Tour s money list in He played in 14 PGA TOUR events in 2013 and Tomasulo and Kim are both on the Web.com Tour, while An is on the European Tour and Stalter the European Challenge Tour. All have played in PGA TOUR events along with Hagy, Hamilton, Jesse Ruda, Weaver and Wilson. Several others have played professionally on other tours, with George Gandranata, Hagy, Hale, Jeff Hamm, Michael Jensen, Lee, Mina and Weaver currently active in the professional ranks. In addition to pro golf, Desimone and his players have had success at high-level national and international events outside of Cal. Desimone had the honor of being the coach of the American team at the 2014 Palmer Cup at Walton Heath Golf Club near South of London with Hagy one of his players. Kim, Stalter, Tomasulo and Weaver have also played in the Palmer Cup, while Homa, Kim and Weaver have competed in the Walker Cup. All but Hagy (2014) and Tomasulo (2003) participated for their country in In August of 2012 Cal players made arguably the strongest showing ever by active members of the same collegiate team at the U.S. Amateur at Cherry Hills Country Club, when four of the school s national-best five qualifiers reached the Final 64. Weaver finished as the runner up, while Hagy reached the semifinals, Homa the Final 32 and Kim the Final 64. Huddy was also a participant in the stroke-play portion of the event. The amateur play during the summer of 2010 was also noteworthy as a school-record six then-current Bears An, Jamie Coré, Homa, John Murphy, Ben Mangum and Mina qualified for the U.S. Amateur at Chambers Bay. No other school in the country had as many qualifiers. An, an incoming freshman who had become the event s youngest winner ever at the age of 17 in 2009 at Southern Hills in Tulsa, Okla., reached the 2010 semifinals while attempting to defend his title. Homa made the quarterfinals before falling to An. In addition to his coach of the year selections, Desimone has earned several other prestigious honors most recently when the Northern California Golf Association inducted him into its Hall of Fame in The previous year the California Golf Writers & Broadcasters Association made Desimone the first coach to receive the Jack Lemmon Ambassador of Golf Award. Both honors were presented in February at the CGWBA s annual gala event during the week of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Three years earlier, Desimone was one of seven members of the 2010 class inducted into the GGCAA Hall of Fame during the Reception and Awards Banquet at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas. In addition to his role as Cal s head coach, Desimone is also the former Manager of the University of California Golf Club ( ), a 130-member associate club of the Northern California Golf Association, as well as a former member of the PING Advisory Committee for college golf. In addition, he served two stints on the NCAA Pacific Region Selection Committee for the NCAA Western Regional ( , ) and was on the campus-wide NCAA Self-Certification Committee in the mid-1990 s. Desimone played men's basketball for the Bears as an undergraduate and then served in the United States military before returning to Cal to complete a double major in history and physical education, while also earning his master s degree in physical education. After graduating from Cal, Desimone became the Director of Athletics at College Preparatory School in Oakland where he remained until Desimone returned to Cal in 1979 as the men s golf head coach, and shared responsibilities with both jobs until 1988, when he joined Cal on a full-time basis. Desimone lives in Orinda with his wife, Linda. The couple has two children who live in Minneapolis. Kim graduated in 2006 from Cal Poly and Robert is a 2008 graduate of Northern Michigan Men's Golf Annual Report

9 Q&A with Steve Desimone CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS Can you describe the culture of the Cal men s golf program? Cal golf is really pretty simple. It s finding a way to create or develop the best student-athletes in the United States. Our job as a program is to build that foundation and then to support them in every way. I can say with a smile that when you look at our track record we ve done a pretty good job of doing that. Can you describe the development of the team since the beginning of the fall? We are about where I thought we would be at this point. The reason our team has been so good the last three years is that our traveling team was just a step or two above our non-travelers. The players that just couldn t crack the lineup because the top players were so strong would be playing on almost any other team in the country. Now, everyone is closer to the same level and we have a larger group of really good players that can battle for spots in the lineup at any time. That type of roster produces some knockdown; drag it out qualifying with incredible pressure. The good news is that this is how we ve developed previous teams and that s what s coming next for us. We are on a similar trajectory to where we were five years ago with such a young team. What did the team accomplish in the fall of 2014? We did a great job learning and competing, which is all part of the evolution of a program. I think we accomplished what we wanted and that was for these guys to understand what it is to be a student in college, to be a part of a golf team, and what it takes to succeed in both. What is the camaraderie like that develops on a college golf team? It s practicing together, eating dinner after qualifying rounds or studying for the same class together. It s seven or eight guys, including coaches, in a van. In many respects that s kind of like our locker room. We let our hair down, laugh and just have a great time. It s part of the closeness of being a team. How difficult was it to say goodbye to four seniors Brandon Hagy, Pace Johnson, Joël Stalter and Michael Weaver at the end of and the end of an era? What did you tell the team after the NCAA Championship? It was both simple and difficult. I said it was the last time we would ever be together like this. Being a part of what we ve done and getting to a point where we re saying goodbye carries a heavy heart. I told them that we didn t fully achieve everything that we wanted to, but very few teams do. They had to keep in perspective that they were part Head Coach Steve Desimone of one of the two best programs in college golf for the last three years. As they get older, they will treasure the memories they created, the friendships they made and the fellowship they had. They ll also have a chance to reflect on the incredible success of the program, what they ve built and the legacy they ve left. I told them that we all should have tremendous pride in what has happened with the program, they ve all been a big part of it, and that every one of them is off to bigger and better things. What are your goals for the 2015 spring season? The primary goal is certainly to return to the NCAA Championship. We re very proud of the fact that over the last five years we re one of only six teams in the country that have played in all five NCAA Championships. This is obviously a transitional year because of the four outstanding seniors we lost from a year ago, but I don t want to say it s a rebuilding year because I feel like we have the players that will return us to the NCAA Championship. We developed very nicely in the fall, and I think we will be a much better team by the end of the spring. How is the team aspect of college golf unique in the sport? In the end we hope that the players understand when the score goes up it is under Cal. We re a team, a unit, a family. We generally want to recruit players that have been involved in team sports and understand that concept so they know there is something bigger than themselves. We ve had a lot of success with that approach and it is one of the key elements for us in the recruiting process. Once we have brought those types of student-athletes into our program we then hope through character and personality that there are bonds formed. We want to identify players that are good guys, easy to get along with and want to be part of a team. Do you coach a younger team like this year s squad differently than a veteran group such as last season? Yes. We give the veteran players much more latitude in terms of shot selection. They know how to manage their games better and are not prone to making major mistakes that lead to big numbers. In terms of the rotation Walter Chun and I use on the course during tournaments, we re naturally more comfortable with how we work with veteran players. We are still learning the games of new players and what they re thinking in competition. We also have to understand we re still in the development phase, whereas over the last three years we were right at the pinnacle of college golf. We had accomplished players that learned a system. There were key points that we wanted them to understand and really adopt. They did a great job with that and really knew what they were doing. That process Men's Golf Annual Report 7

10 has started anew with this group, but this year s players have been picking things up very quickly. Still, there s physical development, psychological growth, understanding of the game and adjusting to life at Cal. All of those things work together as part of their developmental progression. Can you compare the players in this year s freshman class to those who have left Cal over the past two seasons? There s no question that from start to finish the best recruiting class to this point was the 2009 group of Brandon Hagy and Max Homa and Michael Weaver. But the four freshmen we have now in Sebastian Crampton, Ben Doyle, Tanner Hughes and KK Limbhasut are off to an excellent start. The comparisons between the program now and when the 2009 group started are somewhat parallel. The current group knows there s an opportunity for multiple runs at an NCAA title in the future. I think what you are seeing is a potential rerun of what we ve had over the past five years and if so it s going to be fun to watch. This program has a chance to develop and these players have a chance to turn into something special. We thought that five years ago and we believe this group has the same potential. How does the 2015 recruiting class fit into the future of the program? We signed one of the best recruiting classes in the country for 2015 in Jamie Cheatham, Collin Morikawa, Alex Park and Sean Yu. Walter and I are excited that these young men have chosen the Cal men s golf program to help pursue their dreams. All of them have a tremendous balance of school, golf, citizenship and character. What s even more exciting is that they can t wait to be part of the team atmosphere. When you add all that up, you know the program will continue to move in the right direction and make the Cal golf community proud. It s a great time to be a part of this program. What does the competition in the Pac-12 look like this season? The Pac-12 looks to be more wide open than it s been in maybe the last seven or eight years and I think we can compete with anybody. What are the biggest concerns for your team in the spring of 2015? Clearly experience is a major factor, and health is always a factor. If we can gain experience throughout the course of the season and stay healthy, we should be right there in the mix when the postseason comes around. Is not having any seniors on the team one of your concerns in terms of leadership? No, not at all. We have some of the more experienced players on this team like juniors Shotaro Ban and Keelan Kilpatrick taking leadership roles. They re been through a lot of college golf at the highest level. Over time we will develop new leadership, too. What is your coaching style? Overall, you can call this program a benevolent democracy, or a benevolent dictatorship [lots of laughs]. Call it what you will but it is collaborative, interactive and also fact-based. We compile a huge statistical base and use that as a starting point for discussing with our players their strengths and weaknesses. We do everything we can from that statistical base to put together the right types of games and drills that will work on those strengths and weaknesses. Our goal is to build a foundation that will allow each player the opportunity to improve. From a development standpoint, we want to work with players and experiment in terms of what works and what doesn t. We want it to be as open as possible and then we want the players to determine primarily though qualifying who the best players are and which players are going to play. What does the emergence of Cal players in professional golf the past several years say about the program? We have several players playing professionally all over the world. I think that speaks to both the type of players we have been able to recruit and their development once they ve been in our program. What has all the recent success at levels beyond the collegiate game by Cal players done for the program? The profile of the program has risen tremendously, and that s certainly given us an added boost in recruiting. The accomplishments of our players are closely followed by recruits and their families. They see what our players are doing and believe that there must be a lot of good things happening in our program. Our goal as a coaching staff is to keep that going so we are consistently one of the best programs in the country. I believe we can keep the quality of this program going for a long time. Can you talk about the program s philosophy in terms of recruiting and player development? We ve had a lot of success both in recruiting and developing players. We haven t had a lot of guys ranked highly as junior golfers, but what it takes to succeed at Cal isn t just hitting a golf ball and making a putt. It is clear that when we have success we have more and better players interested in what we re doing. We feel like once we get a player here who has some ability and the willingness to learn, we can help to develop him into an upper-level collegiate player. How important are academics at Cal? We want a program where players can participate in a nationally-competitive golf program and also access the great educational opportunities at Cal, and that s what we have. We ve been among the top teams in academics at Cal and nationally for several years. It s part of our culture and we make that expectation known right up front to our recruits and their families. Simply, what does it mean to be a Cal golfer? It means you ve accepted the challenge and committed yourself to being the best student-athlete and teammate you can possibly be. Can you talk about the annual Cal Golf Tournament and its role in your fundraising efforts? Our annual Cal Golf Tournament is the single most important non-competitive day of the year for our program and the cornerstone of our fundraising. We raise roughly a third of the funds necessary to operate the team during the year from that one event. It is a critical day for us, and we can t function without it. It s a fun day. We call it a tournament, but it is really a party and celebration of Cal men s golf. When you have as many returnees to the tournament as we do, you know people are having a lot of fun and believe in what we re doing. They celebrate the program, which in the end is the young men on our team. It s gratifying for us that we get that kind of support. What is the Cal Golf Committee and how important is it to the program? The origins of the committee go back to 1980 and it has expanded beautifully. The committee is primarily responsible for funding our program. There should be no doubt that without the committee and guys like Russ Bigelow, Frank Brunk, Joffa Dale, Ken Lloyd, Bob Scuitto, and so many other friends of the program, Cal men s golf program would not exist. This was all the Cal Golf Committee. Yes, I ve been the coach for more than 35 years and from a programmatic standpoint I can say with a smile that things have gone well. But without the support of the Cal Golf Committee and its energy, none of this would have happened, and what a loss that would have been. No Charlie Wi, no Peter Tomasulo, no Ben Furth, no Walter Chun, no Max Homa, no Michael Kim, no Brandon Hagy, no national championship, no All-Americans, no All-America Scholars, the team would not have existed, and on and on. To think that none of this would have existed at Cal is an awful, tragic thought. No one knows with certainty if we ll ever win another national championship, but I do know we re going to be competing for more and I do know that our student-athletes are getting a great education. They re playing really good golf and they re growing as people. All of that runs directly back to the Cal Golf Committee. It s one of the truly great success stories in the history of Cal Athletics. The program is currently in an endowment campaign. Can you discuss the importance of that campaign? It s exciting. We re about halfway to our goal of $12 million, which would solidify the program s sustainability forever. It s important to keep on pushing to reach that goal Men's Golf Annual Report

11 WALTER CHUN Associate Head Coach 11th Season Cal, 2001 Walter Chun is in his 11th season on the Golden Bears coaching staff and his sixth as associate head coach in The Bears have reached the NCAA Championship in each of his first five campaigns in his current role after a previous five-year absence. Chun was promoted to the position he now holds in September of 2009 after five seasons as an assistant coach. He was also as an administrative assistant when Cal won the NCAA title during the season Walter and I are in this together, head coach Steve Desimone said. We talk constantly about what we re doing and how we re doing it. We re always looking to find ways to improve and be a better team. What one of us doesn t think of the other one does. That s how a good team and a good staff work. He s been a tremendous asset, ally and friend. I could never say enough good things about Walter. Chun has been instrumental in the accomplishments achieved during the recent golden era of the program that arguably came to an end following the campaign when four of the team s five players at the 2014 NCAA Championship finished their collegiate careers but not before the Bears extended their school-record run of consecutive appearances at the event to each of the last five seasons, a claim only six teams in the country can make. The accomplishments of the last three teams of the era were unprecedented not only at Cal but on a national level as the Bears won 24 of 40 stroke-play events and were in the top five on 38 occasions as well as each of its four match-play tournaments during the period. The final stretch of the era also included two appearances in the national semifinals (2012, 2013), a single-season NCAA record 12 stroke-play victories in when the Bears were widely thought to have recorded the best season in the history of college golf, and both the first two NCAA Regional and Pac-12 titles in school history (2012, 2013). Cal spent nearly the entire season as the nation s top-ranked team and despite a second straight defeat in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship, remained No. 1 in all three final national polls with both the Golfweek/Sagarin and Golfstat rankings released following the NCAA Championship and the Golf World/Nike Golf poll prior to the event. The Bears had several firsts in , including an NCAA Championship match-play victory over San Diego State in the quarterfinals, a trip to match play at the NCAA Championship, NCAA Regional and Pac-12 titles, a then-schoolrecord six victories, and top-five finishes in all 12 stroke-play events and 15 tournaments overall. Chun has also played a huge role in the team s recent run of success through his recruiting and player development capabilities including the recruitment of a promising 2014 class that has begun a new era in Cal golf. The class includes three players in Sebastian Crampton, Ben Doyle and KK Limbhasut that played a significant role in the team s strong 2014 fall that included two victories to go with second, third and sixth-place finishes. Crampton registered a team-low stroke average and three finishes in the top seven, while Limbhasut was in the top 15 three times and one of only two players to participate in all five events. Doyle saved his best performance for the final event of the fall at the Tavistock Collegiate Invitational against a top field that included four top-10 teams. Tanner Hughes is the other member of the class and will redshirt his first season at Cal in but had tremendous amateur success during the 2014 calendar year, becoming the first player to ever win both the Christmas Classic and Tour Championship presented by Callaway Golf in the same season. Hughes was named the AmateurGolf.com Player of the Year. The last two recruiting classes that also includes a highly-touted 2015 group join a long list of players Chun has helped recruit with several turning into top-notch golfers such as Brandon Hagy (All-America Scholar, All-Nicklaus Team, The Ben Hogan Award Semifinalist, Byron Nelson Trophy, first-team Academic All-American, first-team All-American, Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Palmer Cup), Stephen Hale (All- America Scholar, All-Pac-10), Max Homa (firstteam All-American, NCAA Champion, Pac-12 Champion, U.S. Open, Walker Cup), Michael Kim (All-Nicklaus Team, first-team All-American, Palmer Cup, Unanimous National Player of the Year, U.S. Open, Walker Cup), Eric Mina (All- American, Pac-10 Champion), Joël Stalter (All- America Scholar, All-Nicklaus Team, first-team All-American, Palmer Cup) and Michael Weaver (All-America Scholar, first-team All-American, Masters, Palmer Cup, Walker Cup). He also recruited Ben An (Byeong-Hun An) after he became the youngest champion in the history of the U.S. Amateur at the age of 17 in Walter has really good interpersonal skills and connects with people, and has great instincts with young people, Desimone said. With Walter you know you will get as genuine of a human being as you will ever find, which I think relates very well to young people and their parents. He s bright, articulate and a great representative of our program and the University of California. Chun has been recognized nationally for his coaching exploits. He was honored with the Jan Strickland Award as the nation s top assistant coach for his work during the season. In June of 2009, he served as a Team USA assistant coach for the Palmer Cup. CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS Chun is in his 18th season associated with the Cal men s golf program since he began his playing career for the Bears in He was a two-time team captain while competing on three occasions at the NCAA West Regional ( ) and once at the NCAA Championship (2000). Chun has also qualified for two U.S. Amateur Championships, the first in 1999 at Pebble Beach and the second in 2002 at Oakland Hills Country Club. Chun received a pair of degrees at Cal with his bachelor s degree from the Haas School of Business in 2001 and his master s from the Graduate School of Education in He was a three-time Pac-10 All-Academic selection (2000, 2001, 2002) and a two-time All-America Scholar (2001, 2002). He and his wife, Grace, live in San Ramon along with their son, William. His parents, Won Pyo and Yong Soon, live in Memphis, Tenn., while his older brother Charles resides in Emeryville. GENE BAKKUM Volunteer Assistant Coach 13th Season UC Davis, 2000 Gene Bakkum is in his 13th season at Cal in and his 11th as a volunteer assistant coach after a previous two previous campaigns as assistant coach ( ) for the Golden Bears. Prior to arriving at Cal, he also served for two seasons as an assistant men s golf coach for his alma mater UC Davis ( ), helping the Aggies to a No. 1 ranking in Division II men s golf and back-to-back NCAA West Regional appearances. Bakkum is also currently in his 11th year as assistant director of instruction at Metropolitan Golf Links in Oakland, and has instructed at the Nike Jr. Golf camps in Pebble Beach, where he served as assistant director. Bakkum was previously the director of the Nike Coaches All-Star Golf Academy in Phoenix, and has been affiliated with PGA of America since Gene works really well with young people, head coach Steve Desimone said. He is an absolute golf junkie and a very likeable person with a good sense of humor and fun attitude. He enjoys the game, loves to teach golf and is a tremendous short game instructor, which is critical when you are developing players. Gene has done some really great things with our players over the years. He and his wife, Alicia, reside in Pleasant Hill with their daughters Ava and Alaina Men's Golf Annual Report 9

12 Outlook Shotaro Ban Cameron Shaw A NEW ERA UNDERWAY The last five seasons are considered to be the golden era of the Cal men s golf program with the top highlights including two appearances in the national semifinals, a schoolrecord five consecutive trips to the NCAA Championship, victories in 30 of 68 strokeplay events, a single-season NCAA record 12 stroke-play wins in , and both the first two NCAA Regional and Pac-12 titles in school history. There were plenty of other firsts during the era including Michael Kim s selection as both the unanimous National and Pac- 12 Player of the Year in and Max Homa s NCAA individual title the same campaign. Homa along with Brandon Hagy and Michael Weaver also became the first three players in the history of the program to play in the NCAA Championship four times each. In addition, the Golden Bears had five firstteam All-Americans Hagy, Homa, Kim, Joël Stalter and Weaver during the era that ended with the graduation of four seniors following the campaign. The Cal men s golf team is looking to begin a new era with a seniorless roster that features four freshmen, with three of the rookies contributing last fall and all four figuring to play a prominent role in the future. Desimone likes what he sees in the rookie foursome of Sebastian Crampton, Ben Doyle, Tanner Hughes and KK Limbhasut. We are in a similar situation that we were in five years ago when Brandon [Hagy], Max [Homa] and Michael [Weaver] were freshmen, Desimone said. We are in the early stages of what should be another great period for our program. Crampton burst onto the collegiate scene as a true freshman in the fall of 2014 with a team-high three top-10 finishes highlighted by a third-place showing when he led the Bears to a victory at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational. Crampton, who led the squad with a stroke average while playing in each of the final four fall events, was also tied for fourth in his Cal debut at the Windon Memorial and tied for seventh at the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate. Doyle was in the lineup for three of Cal s five events during the 2014 fall season and saved his best golf for the final event of the fall when he tied for 35th at the prestigious Tavistock Collegiate Invitational. Doyle was also under par in two of his final five rounds in the fall and got off to a strong start in 2015 amateur action when he tied for seventh at the Saguaro Amateur. Hughes will redshirt his first season at Cal in but has had tremendous amateur success during the period, becoming the first player to ever win both the Christmas Classic and Tour Championship presented by Callaway Golf in the same calendar year in 2014 when he was named AmateurGolf.com Player of the Year. Upon his arrival at Cal in the fall of 2014, Limbhasut picked up where he left off in junior golf by earning the No. 1 spot in the lineup for the team s season-opener at the Gopher Invitational. In his second tournament, he posted a collegiate career-best tied for fourth place finish at the Windon Memorial. Limbhasut ended up with a team-hightying three top-15 finishes in the fall, adding a tied for 11th place showing at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational and tying for 13th to lead Cal s effort at the Tavistock Collegiate Invitational. The strong play of the freshmen in the fall of 2014 was not unexpected given their credentials prior to arriving at Cal that included but certainly was not limited to a near miss at qualifying for the U.S. Open by Crampton in 2012, a 2014 U.S. Amateur appearance from Doyle, and 2014 first-team Rolex Junior All-American honors and a Wyndham Cup selection by Limbhasut. All of the freshmen who came in this year including myself know how big the shoes are Men's Golf Annual Report

13 that we have to fill from the guys who have graduated the past couple of years, Crampton said. It may be real difficult to put together the regular season they had in , which many thought was considered to be the best in the history of collegiate golf, but I believe our class certainly has what it takes to get back to the number one spot and be a serious contender for the national title in the upcoming years. This year s freshmen class is one of the strongest groups of players we have ever brought into Cal, Desimone said. It really does remind me of 2009 when I looked at those guys together on the driving range and thought they are going to take us to the NCAA Championship multiple times. Several other returnees should bolster this year s freshmen group as the Bears expect two juniors (Shotaro Ban, Keelan Kilpatrick), two sophomores (Walker Huddy, Cameron Shaw) and one redshirt freshman (Alexander Wilson) to be battling for spots in the lineup along with Crampton, Doyle and Limbhasut. Ban is the team s only player with experience at the NCAA Championship level as the only non-senior in a lineup that finished tied for 11th. Along with Kilpatrick he is one of Cal s two most experienced players and will be looked upon to provide leadership for a young squad. Ban had a pair of top-10 finishes at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational and Aggie Invitational in among five top-20 showings. He has battled through injuries to both wrists during his Cal career and played just once in the fall of 2014 but is healthy and expected to be a key contributor in the lineup during the spring of We re going to need Shotaro to play well, Desimone said. There s a scenario for us where this team can be very good and a big part of that scenario is Shotaro playing well. Kilpatrick has played more golf at Cal than anyone including Ban and registered a solid fall that was highlighted by his performance at the season-opening Gopher Invitational when he tied for third in the best showing of his collegiate career. Kilpatrick also tied for sixth at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational. Shaw had the most impressive fall of any of the team s returnees and arguably the entire roster. He was the lone Cal player to win an individual title when he shared medalist honors at the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate for his first collegiate victory and also tied for second at the Windon Memorial. His tie for 15th at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational gave him three top-15 finishes to match Crampton and Limbhasut for the team lead. Huddy played four times in the fall, equaling career best finishes twice when he tied for 12th in each of the team s first two events at the Gopher Invitational and Windon Memorial. Sebastian Crampton KK Limbhasut Ben Doyle CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS Wilson did not play but is expected to be in the mix in the spring. The remainder of a young roster includes a pair of sophomores in Alex Helgans and Andrew Morgan and two redshirt freshmen in Jay Burlison and Clayton Madey. The Bears won two of five events in the fall while finishing second, third and sixth in the other three. Cal started its season with a second-place finish at the Gopher Invitational with Kilpatrick s career-best tied for third-place showing leading the way. Huddy was next in a tie for 12th. Shaw (T24th), Limbhasut (T30th) and Ban (T40th) also played with Limbhasut making his collegiate debut and Ban his only appearance of the fall. The Bears won their first event of the fall at the Windon Memorial, breaking their own tournament record for a single-round team score with a 10-under par final-round 270. Shaw led Cal to its 13-stroke victory by tying for second place and was joined in the top five by Crampton in his collegiate debut and Limbhasut with his highest collegiate finish, tying for fourth. Huddy also played and tied for 12th for the second straight event, while Doyle made his collegiate debut and tied for 41st. Kilpatrick tied for 17th playing as an individual. Shaw would lead Cal again in the Bears next event at the Itani Quality Homes College by registering the first victory of his career as he tied for individual medalist honors while the team finished third. Crampton recorded his second straight top-10 finish by tying for seventh while Kilpatrick (T30th), Limbhasut (T34th), Huddy (T39th) and Doyle (T62nd) also played with Doyle participating as an individual. Cal edged Arizona State by a pair of shots at its own Alister MacKenzie Invitational in its next event. Crampton led the way with a career-best third-place finish, while Kilpatrick (T6th), Limbhasut (T11th) and Shaw (T15th) were all in the top 15. Huddy also participated and tied for 35th. In its final event of the fall in a field that included four of the nation s top 10 teams, Cal was sixth at the Tavistock Collegiate Invitational. Limbhasut led the way by tying for 13th, while Shaw (T22nd), Crampton (T35th), Doyle (T35th) and Kilpatrick (T43rd) were also in the lineup. Crampton s team-low stroke average was followed by Shaw (70.73), Kilpatrick (71.33), Limbhasut (71.60), Huddy (72.08), Doyle (73.00) and Ban (76.33). Cal finished the fall season ranked No. 21 in the Golfweek/Sagarin poll, while the Bears were No. 22 in both the GCAA Coaches and Golfstat rankings. The team begins the spring portion of its schedule January looking to defend its Arizona Intercollegiate title at the Sewailo Golf Club in Tucson, Ariz Men's Golf Annual Report 11

14 2014 Alister MacKenzie Champions (left to right): Associate head coach Walter Chun, Walker Huddy, Sebastian Crampton, Cameron Shaw, KK Limbhasut, Keelan Kilpatrick and head coach Steve Desimone. Just over three weeks later the Bears return to the John A. Burns Intercollegiate (February 18-20) hosted by Hawai i at the Wailua Golf Course on the island of Kauai. Cal has won the event each of the last four years, which is the longest streak in the tournament s history. The Bears will make their second trip of the spring to the Tucson area February 28 March 2 for the National Invitational Tournament hosted by Arizona at the Omni Tucson National Resort s Catalina Course. Cal will be looking to repeat as the winner after its firstever victory at the event last season. Cal will close out its pre-spring break schedule with a March 9-11 visit to the prestigious Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters hosted by UNLV at the Southern Highlands Golf Club. The Bears lone victory at the event that annually hosts one of the nation s top fields came in After more than three weeks out of action over spring break, Cal starts its final stretch of the regular season April 4-5 at the Aggie Invitational hosted by Texas A&M at the Traditions Club in Bryan, Texas. The Bears played the event for the first time in and tied for fourth. Cal finishes the regular season April locally at the Western Intercollegiate hosted by San Jose State at Pasatiempo Golf Club in Santa Cruz. In , the Bears won for only the second time in school history and the first time since The postseason begins April at the Pac-12 Championship to be played at the Palouse Ridge Golf Club and co-hosted by the Pac-12 and Washington State. Cal has played the course once already this season, finishing third in late September at the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate that featured seven Pac-12 teams. The Bears have won the Pac- 12 Championship twice with both of those victories coming in the last three seasons. Cal won its first conference title in dramatic fashion in 2012 when Hagy forced a playoff with Oregon by sinking a 40-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole at Trysting Tree Golf Club in Corvallis, Ore., and then clinched the victory with a 25-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole. Cal cruised to a nine-stroke win at the 2013 Pac-12 Championship played at Los Angeles Country Club with Homa the third individual medalist of the event in school history, joining Charlie Wi (1995) and Eric Mina (2010). NCAA postseason competition begins with Regional action May at a location yet to be determined. The six possible sites are Bremerton, Wash. (Gold Mountain Golf Club Host Washington); Chapel Hill, N.C. (Finley Golf Course, Host North Carolina); Lubbock, Tex. (Rawls Course, Host Texas Tech); New Haven, Conn. (The Course at Yale, Host Yale); Noblesville, Ind. (Sagamore Club, Host Ball State); and San Diego, Calif. (Farms Golf Club, Host UC San Diego). Cal won its first two NCAA Regional titles in school history at Stanford in 2012 and Pullman in The Bears have qualified for NCAA Regional action 19 times in school history, including each of the last eight seasons to tie a school record for consecutive NCAA Regional appearances. A top-five NCAA Regional finish would extend Cal s school-record string of appearances in the NCAA Championship to six in a row and give the Bears their 14th trip to the event overall. Cal is one of only six teams in the country to have played in each of the last five NCAA Championships. This year s event will be hosted by South Florida and played Friday-Wednesday, May 29 June 3 at The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Fla. For the first time ever, the men s and women s NCAA Championships will be hosted at the same site. The women s event runs Friday- Wednesday, May The format of the NCAA Championship will be adjusted for the second consecutive season in the second year of Golf Channel s live television coverage. The top 15 teams from the first 54 holes of stroke play conducted Friday-Sunday will move on to a fourth round of stroke play on Golf Channel s first day of live coverage Monday. The individual title will also be determined Monday among players from the top 15 teams and the top nine individuals not on one of those squads. The top eight teams after 72 holes will move on to match play with both the quarterfinals and semifinals to be conducted Tuesday and the championship match Wednesday Men's Golf Annual Report

15 SHOTARO BAN CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS 5-10, 155, Jr., 2L San Jose, CA Archbishop Mitty HS Pronunciation: SHOW-tar-o bahn Ban is one of Cal s most experienced players along with fellow junior Keelan Kilpatrick on a roster without a senior. He is the only Cal player with experience at the NCAA Championship level and one of only two along with Kilpatrick to have seen postseason action. Ban, who has been hampered by wrist injuries during his career, has been in and out of the lineup since his arrival in the fall of 2011 but is healthy in the spring of 2015 and expected to play a major role in the team s lineup. Ban saw the most action of his career as a sophomore when he played in nine of 14 events, including all three in the postseason with a pair of top-20 finishes at the Pac-12 Championship (T16th) and NCAA Sugar Grove Regional (T20th) among five for the campaign that included a career-best sixth-place showing at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational in the fall of He was named Cal s Co-Most Improved Player in Ban has had several strong showings in his amateur career outside of Cal most recently by tying for second at the 2015 Saguaro Amateur among 21 top-10 finishes since International World Amateur Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No. 206 Scratch Players, No. 216 R&A Coach Comments/Notes One of the team s most experienced players and the only one to have played at the NCAA Championship Has a strong work ethic and is solid in all areas of the game A good ball striker with a much improved short game BAN S CAL CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top Finish Redshirted, Did Not Play T54 (Arizona Intercollegiate) (Jack Nicklaus Invitational) Fall T40 (Gopher Invitational) Totals (Jack Nicklaus Invitational) Has battled for a spot in the lineup on a regular basis throughout his career and is expected to play a prominent role on the team in the spring of 2015 Has the ability to put up low numbers in competition Has made a name for himself by playing solid golf in top-end amateur events including a strong 2014 summer Cal Career (Thru Fall 2014) Stats 11 stroke-play events, 34 rounds, 2465 shots, stroke average Top Finish 6th (Jack Nicklaus Invitational, Fall 2013) Top-10 Finishes 2 (6th, Jack Nicklaus Invitational, Fall 2013; T8th, Aggie Invitational, Spring 2014) Low 54-Hole Score 212, -1 (Jack Nicklaus Invitational, Fall 2013) Low 72-Hole Score 294, +6 (Pac-12 Championship, Spring 2014) Low Round 68 (Jack Nicklaus Invitational, Fall 2013) NCAA Championship 1 (T105th, 2014) NCAA Regionals 1 (T20th, 2014 Sugar Grove Regional) Pac-12 Championship 1 (T16th, 2014) Fall 2014 (Junior) Stats 1 stroke-play event, 3 rounds, 229 strokes, stroke average Rankings (End of Fall 2014) No. 701 Golfweek Golfweek Rating Golfweek Records vs. Top 25 (0-2-0), vs. Top 50 (0-4-0), vs. Top 100 (0-9-0), vs. Overall ( ) Saw lone action at season-opening Gopher Invitational T40. Gopher Invitational ( , +16) Men's Golf Annual Report 13

16 (Sophomore) Stats 9 stroke-play events, 28 rounds, 2041 strokes, stroke average Final Rankings No. 98 Golfweek, No. 119 Golfstat Top-10 Finishes 2 (6th, Jack Nicklaus Invitational; T8th, Aggie Invitational) Golfweek Rating Golfweek Records vs. Top 25 (5-46-1), vs. Top 50 ( ), vs. Top 100 ( ), vs. Overall ( ) Had five top-20 finishes in nine events, including a pair in the first two postseason events of his career with a tied for 16th finish at the Pac-12 Championship and a tied for 20th showing at the NCAA Sugar Grove Regional Also played in his first NCAA Championship and finished tied for 105th Participated in each of the team s final six events, including the first two as an individual and the final four in the lineup, after having not previously played since a career-best sixthplace finish at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational during the third tournament in the fall of 2013 Tied for the second-best finish of his career and recorded his second top-10 showing of the season when he tied for eighth at the Aggie Invitational in his first event of the spring playing as an individual Participated in the team s first three events of , adding a tied for 12th place showing at the Saint Mary s Invitational and a tied for 27th finish at the Gopher Invitational to his sixth-place performance at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational Shot under par in six of 28 rounds 6. Jack Nicklaus Invitational ( , -1) T8. Aggie Invitational ( , +3) played as individual T12. Saint Mary s Invitational ( , +4) T16. Pac-12 Championship ( , +6) T20. NCAA Sugar Grove Regional ( , +3) T27. Gopher Invitational ( , +7) T33. Western Intercollegiate ( , +5) T43. National Invitational Tournament ( , +3) played as individual T105. NCAA Championship ( , +9) (Freshman) Stats 1 event, 3 rounds, 225 strokes, stroke average Final Rankings *No. 83 Golfweek *Rankings for a secondary list of golfers without enough rounds to qualify for regular rankings Earned team s Co-Most Improved Player Award along with Cameron Shaw T54. Arizona Intercollegiate ( , +12)... played as individual (Freshman) Redshirted while recovering from a wrist injury Did not play Amateur Highlights 2015 AmateurGolf.com Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No. 1 California, No. 6 US, No. 15 World T2. Saguaro Amateur ( ) 2014 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 20 California, No. 86 US, No. 201 World T1. Diablo Valley Amateur ( ) T3. U.S. Amateur Sectional Qualifier ( ) San Joaquin Country Club, Fresno, Calif. T8. Monroe Invitational ( ) T15. Porter Cup ( ) T16. California State Fair Amateur ( ) T19. Sahalee Players Championship ( ) T27. Western Amateur ( ) Final 32. California Amateur T34. Southern Amateur ( ) 2013 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 31 California, No. 124 US, No. 254 World 2. Santa Clara County Amateur ( ) 2. Silicon Valley Amateur ( ) T3. Alameda Commuters ( ) T4/First Alternate Qualifier. U.S. Amateur Qualifying ( ) Brookwoods Country Club, Ontario, N.Y. T6. New Year s Invitational ( ) T17. Porter Cup ( ) T23. Sahalee Players Championship ( ) T34. Sunnehanna Amateur ( ) 2012 Missed many amateur events with a wrist injury 1. Pacific Northwest Amateur won six matches T9. Santa Clara County Amateur ( ) T19. California State Fair Amateur ( ) T20. Pacific Coast Amateur ( ) 2011 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 123 California 4. Alister MacKenzie Cup ( ) tournament shortened to 27 holes due to inclement weather 4. Palo Alto City Championship ( ) 13. Alameda Commuters ( ) Final 16. California Amateur T19. Silicon Valley Amateur ( ) (Archbishop Mitty HS) Most Valuable Player of his squad for each of his final three prep campaigns (2009, 2010, 2011) Led his team to a pair of West Catholic Athletic League titles in his final two prep seasons (2010, 2011), earning first-team All- WCAL honors as a senior Also a record-breaking prep swimmer, setting a national mark as part of a 200-meter medley relay squad and a Pacific Coast record in the 100-meter butterfly Named to the Principal s Honor Roll three times Other Full name is Shotaro Brian Ban Born August 13, 1993, in San Jose, Calif. Majoring in interdisciplinary studies Parents are Hideyuki Ban and Susan Chang Was a nationally competitive amateur swimmer Brother, Shintaro Ban, is a freshman golfer at UNLV Men's Golf Annual Report

17 JAY BURLISON 5-9, 180, Fr., RS Salinas, CA (Palma HS/Stevenson HS) Burlison has yet to see action in his second season at Cal in , redshirted as a true freshman in his first campaign in and not playing in the fall of He is looking to improve his consistency in order to have an opportunity to increase his playing time. International World Amateur Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No R&A Coach Comments/Notes A hard worker and competitor Consistent, smart and analytical player who has excellent course management Hits the ball long off the tee Has had many strong moments but is looking to develop consistency A strong junior player Cal Career (Thru Fall 2014) Fall 2014 (Freshman) Did not play (Freshman) Redshirted Did not play Amateur Highlights 2015 AmateurGolf.com Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No. 21 California, No. 72 US, No. 241 World T25. Saguaro Amateur ( ) 2014 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 298 California T20. U.S. Amateur Sectional Qualifier ( ) San Joaquin Country Club, Fresno, Calif. 24. Saguaro Amateur ( ) T43. Southwestern Amateur ( ) T102. Pacific Northwest Amateur ( ) 2013 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 298 California 5. Salinas City Championship ( ) 6. Contra Costa Amateur ( ) T14. Monterey Bay Championship ( ) Final 32. San Francisco City Championship 2012 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 423 California Ranked as high as No. 120 in AJGA Polo Golf rankings 6. AJGA Lessing s Classic ( ) T9. Tour Championship ( ) Southern Junior Championship ( ) 6. AJGA Lubbock Junior ( ) 19. Elbit Systems of America Junior ( ) Palma HS Two-time HP Scholastic All-American (2012, 2013) Played basketball for one season for a Central Coast Section playoff team Stevenson HS Medalist (70) for squad that won a CCS title Tri-County MVP as a freshman Also played for a basketball team that won the CCS title during his freshman campaign Other Full name is Jay Houston Burlison Born November 12, 1994, in Salinas, Calif. Intending to major in business administration in Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business Parents are Robert and Joan Burlison Sister, Sydney Burlison, played golf collegiately at Stanford and in 2003 was the youngest at the time to ever qualify for the U.S. Open at the age of 13 Two younger brothers, Jack and Joseph Burlison, attend Palma High School Men's Golf Annual Report 15

18 SEBASTIAN CRAMPTON 6-0, 165, Fr., HS Pacific Grove, CA Stevenson HS Crampton burst onto the collegiate golf scene as a true freshman in the fall of 2014 with a team-high three top-10 finishes highlighted by a third-place showing when he led Cal to a team victory at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational. Crampton paced the Golden Bears with a stroke average while playing in each of the final four fall events. He came to Cal after a strong amateur career that included three 2014 top- 10 finishes and a Final 16 showing at the NCGA Amateur Match Play. He was also in the top 10 of amateur events five times in 2013 including a quarterfinal appearance at the NCGA Amateur Match Play. Crampton put his name on the map during a memorable 2012 amateur season when he shot an opening-round six-under par 66 that co-led all players at a U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying event at Lake Merced Golf Club and TPC Harding Park. He ended up one shot short of qualifying for the U.S. Open. Crampton also reached the quarterfinals of the NCGA Amateur Match Play in International World Amateur Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No. 556 R&A, No. 758 Scratch Players Coach Comments/Notes An excellent addition to the program One of the longest hitters as a freshman in school history with comparisons drawn to Brandon Hagy Expected to continue to add length as he matures and grows physically Has a beautiful and fluid golf swing that makes him accurate with all clubs An excellent putter and green reader Solid in all areas of the game but working hard to become even better with short game CRAMPTON S CAL CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top Finish Fall (Alister MacKenzie Invitational) Totals (Alister MacKenzie Invitational) Expectations were high coming into Cal but he exceeded those with his performance in the fall of 2014 Cal Career (Thru Fall 2014) Fall 2014 (Freshman) Stats 4 stroke-play events, 12 rounds, 840 strokes, stroke average Rankings (End of Fall 2014) No. 56 Golfweek, No. 78 Golfstat Top Finish 3rd (Alister MacKenzie Invitational) Top-5 Finishes 2 (3rd, Alister MacKenzie Invitational; T4th, Windon Memorial) Top-10 Finishes 3 (3rd, Alister MacKenzie Invitational; T4th, Windon Memorial; T7th, Itani Quality Homes Collegiate) Cal s Top Finisher 1 (3rd, Alister MacKenzie Invitational) Low 54-Hole Score 207, -6 (Alister MacKenzie Invitational) Low Round 64 (Itani Quality Homes Collegiate) Golfweek Rating Golfweek Records vs. Top 25 (2-7-0), vs. Top 50 (7-14-0), vs. Top 100 ( ), vs. Overall ( ) Stroke average led the team Registered a team-high three top-10 finishes including a team-high-tying two in the top five Shot under par in six of 12 rounds including the team s lowest mark with a six-under par 64 in the second round of the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate 3. Alister MacKenzie Invitational ( , -6) T4. Windon Memorial ( , -1) T7. Itani Quality Homes Collegiate ( , -2) T35. Tavistock Collegiate Invitational ( , E) Men's Golf Annual Report

19 Amateur Highlights 2014 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 116 California Ranked as high as No. 48 by Junior Golf Scoreboard 1. Corey Pavin Southern California Invitational ( ) T4. Alameda Commuters ( ) T6. Silicon Valley Amateur ( ) 14. Christmas Classic ( ) T14. NCGA Amateur Stroke Play ( ) Final 16. NCGA Amateur Match Play T34. Sahalee Players Championship ( ) T57. California Amateur Championship ( ) Omni La Costa Resort and Spa, Carlsbad, Calif Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 75 California T2. Contra Costa Amateur ( ) 3. Champions Invitational ( ) T4. Tour Championship ( ) T6. NCGA Amateur Stroke Play ( ) Quarterfinals. NCGA Amateur Match Play T17. Christmas Classic ( ) 2012 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 153 California One of eight players (four boys, four girls) selected to represent the United States in the USA-China Youth Golf Match, a competition conducted by the United States Golf Association and the China Golf Association to promote cultural friendship through the game of golf Halved a match with 2013 Masters sensation Guan Tianlang during the 2012 USA- China youth matches at CordeValle Golf Resort T8/Second Alternate Qualifier. U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying ( ) Lake Merced Golf Club, Daly City, Calif./TPC Harding Park, San Francisco, Calif. Missed qualifying for the U.S. Open by a single stroke opening-round 66 tied with former Cal player James Hahn for lowest round of the day Alternate Qualifier. U.S. Open Local Qualifying (71) Pasatiempo Golf Club, Santa Cruz, Calif. Quarterfinals. NCGA Amateur Match Play 2011 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 115 California 1. AJGA Preseason ( ) T2/Qualifier. U.S. Open Local Qualifier (73) Half Moon Bay Golf Links/Half Moon Bay, Calif (Stevenson HS) Prep team won a state title during his 2013 junior season as well as four consecutive Central Coast Section and Mission Trail Athletic League crowns Mission Trail Athletic League Most Valuable Player as a 2014 senior Other Full name is Sebastian Marcel Crampton Born May 21, 1996, in San Jose, Calif. Intending to major in American studies Parents are Martin and Susan Crampton Father played collegiate tennis at San Jose State Has participated in the NCGA program Youth On Course and USGA program First Tee Recorded the only hole-in-one on a par-four ever at the Monterey Peninsula Country Club Shore Course on the fifth hole during a leisure round in the summer of Men's Golf Annual Report 17

20 BEN DOYLE 6-0, 150, Fr., HS La Jolla, CA La Jolla HS Doyle was in the lineup for three of Cal s five events during the 2014 fall season of his true freshman campaign and saved his best golf for the final tournament when he tied for 35th at the prestigious Tavistock Collegiate Invitational that included four of the nation s top 10 teams. Doyle was under par in two of his final five rounds in the fall. Doyle has also registered several standout performances as an amateur, playing in the U.S. Amateur, winning a local U.S. Open qualifying event and finishing tied for fifth at the prestigious New Year s Invitational in He also got off to a strong amateur start in 2015 when he tied for seventh at the Saguaro Amateur. International World Amateur Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No. 848 R&A, No. 956 Scratch Players Coach Comments/Notes An excellent addition to the program who had an outstanding junior career in which he defeated several All-Americans as well as top college and amateur players Has a history of going low especially in final rounds of events Good, fundamental golf swing Gained confidence throughout the fall season of his true freshman campaign and expected to be a regular in Cal s lineup throughout his career Solid in all areas of the game and working hard to become an even stronger player Has an advanced short game for a true freshman A high achiever with big expectations for himself DOYLE S CAL CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top Finish Fall T35 (Tavistock Collegiate Invitational) Totals T35 (Tavistock Collegiate Invitational) Cal Career (Thru Fall 2014) Fall 2014 (Freshman) Stats 3 stroke-play events, 9 rounds, 657 strokes, stroke average Rankings (End of Fall 2014) No. 893 Golfweek Top Finish T35th (Tavistock Collegiate Invitational) Low 54-Hole Score 216, E (Tavistock Collegiate Invitational) Low Round 69 (Itani Quality Homes Collegiate) Golfweek Rating Golfweek Records vs. Top 25 (1-8-0), vs. Top 50 (1-17-0), vs. Top 100 (1-36-2), vs. Overall ( ) Recorded his best finish with a tied for 35th showing and 54-hole score ( , E) in the team s final event at the Tavistock Collegiate Invitational Shot under par in two of nine rounds and two of his final five T35. Tavistock Collegiate Invitational ( , E) T41. Windon Memorial ( , +9) T62. Itani Quality Homes Collegiate ( , +12) Amateur Highlights 2015 AmateurGolf.com Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No. 7 California, No. 27 US, No. 130 World T7. Saguaro Amateur ( ) Men's Golf Annual Report

21 2014 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 34 California, No. 191 US, No. 420 World 1/Qualifier. U.S. Open Local Qualifying (67) Barona Creek Golf Club, Lakeside, Calif. T1. U.S. Amateur Local Qualifying ( ) San Diego Country Club, Chula Vista, Calif. T5. New Year s Invitational ( ) T9. Western Junior Championship ( ) T10. Corey Pavin Southern California Invitational ( ) T14. Long Beach City Men s Championship ( ) 17. SCGA Amateur ( ) T22. AJGA Junior Players Championship ( ) T24. U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying ( ) Lake Merced Golf Club, Daly City, Calif./TPC Harding Park, San Francisco, Calif. Final 64. Pacific Northwest Amateur 2013 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 133 California Ranked as high as No. 48 by Junior Golf Scoreboard 2. Toyota Tour Cup Championship ( ) 2. USGA Junior Amateur Qualifier ( ) Stanford University Golf Course, Stanford, Calif. T7. SCGA Amateur ( ) 10. AJGA Winn Grips Heather Farr Classic ( ) T13. Western Junior Amateur ( ) 22. Callaway Junior World Championship ( ) T22. AJGA Junior Players Championship ( ) Eddie Hogan Cup ( ) 2011 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 86 California T9. SCGA Amateur ( ) Final 16. California Amateur (La Jolla HS) Team won San Diego Section Division II title as a 2014 senior Earned San Diego Union-Tribune Player of the Year honors after capturing San Diego Section individual medalist honors during his 2013 junior campaign ( ) Named a Future Collegians World Tour (FCWT) Academic All-American and earned a spot on the HP Scholastic Honor Roll as a 2013 junior Inducted into the Cum Laude Society Other Full name is Bennett Patrick Doyle Born September 8, 1995, in San Diego, Calif. Intending to major in business administration in Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business Parents are Mark and Lenna Doyle Three-time club champion at San Diego Country Club Played youth football until the age of Men's Golf Annual Report 19

22 ALEX HELGANS 6-1, 175, So., SQ Alamo, CA (San Ramon Valley HS) Helgans has yet to see action through the midway point of his second season with the Cal men s golf program in He joined the team in following one year in which he was a student at Cal but not a member of the men s golf program. Coach Comments/Notes Hard worker who has accelerated his rate of improvement since joining the Cal men s golf program and could become a contributor if he maintains the rate Good putter and ball striker A great teammate who is a positive influence with his strong work ethic Cal Career (Thru Fall 2014) Fall 2014 (Sophomore) Did not play (Freshman) Did not play (Freshman) A student at Cal but not a member of the men s golf program Amateur Highlights Poppy Ridge NCJGT (75) San Ramon Valley HS Named his team s Most Improved Player during his 2012 senior campaign for a squad that finished third in the North Coast Section Earned NCS All-Academic honors with a 4.0 GPA as a senior Diverse list of interests and awards as a prep include his school s Renaissance Award and Speech and Debate Student of the Month, while he was also a member of the stock trading club and vice president of his class as a senior Other Full name is Charles Alexander Helgans Born January 29, 1994, in San Ramon, Calif. Intending to major in business administration in Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business Parents are Ted and Kim Helgans Father is a key member of the Cal Golf Committee Sister, Ashley Helgans, is a graduate of Cal Brother, Ryan Helgans, attends San Ramon Valley High School Played two seasons of amateur rugby with the Danville Oaks 10. Diablo Valley Amateur ( ) T21. Christmas Classic ( ) T49. U.S. Amateur Sectional Qualifier ( ) Santa Rosa Country Club, Santa Rosa, Calif Bay Regional Championship ( ) T33. Contra Costa Amateur ( ) Men's Golf Annual Report

23 WALKER HUDDY CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS 6-2, 200, So., 1L Studio City, CA (Calabasas HS) Huddy returned to the Cal lineup in the fall of 2014 after redshirting the campaign and had the busiest stretch of his career when he was on the course for four of the team s five events. Huddy began the fall of 2014 with backto-back career-high-tying tied for 12th place finishes at the Gopher Invitational and Windon Memorial. He has also played some notable amateur golf, including two appearances at the U.S. Amateur. International World Amateur Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No. 939 R&A, No Scratch Players Coach Comments/Notes Fits the mold of a Cal golfer as a high achiever and hard worker both on and off the course Smart player who understands the game and knows what he needs to do to improve Strengths are length off the tee and putting but working on all areas of his game including a much improved golf swing and better consistency Has a great deal of potential with much more room for his game to grow Has worked himself into excellent physical shape Expected to move into a primary role in the lineup soon Redshirted in to work on his game and to apply for Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business after contributing on the course as a true freshman in HUDDY S CAL CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top Finish T29 (Gopher Invitational) Redshirted, Did Not Play Fall T12 (Alister MacKenzie Invitational, Windon Memorial) Totals T12 (Alister MacKenzie Invitational, Windon Memorial) Cal Career (Thru Fall 2014) Stats 7 stroke-play events, 21 rounds, 1533 strokes, stroke average Top Finish T12th, twice (Gopher Invitational, Fall 2014; Windon Memorial, Fall 2014) Low 54-Hole Score 211, +1 (Windon Memorial, Fall 2014) Low Round 69, twice (Windon Memorial, Fall 2014; Alister MacKenzie Invitational, Fall 2014) Fall 2014 (Sophomore) Stats 4 stroke-play events, 12 rounds, 865 strokes, stroke average Rankings (End of Fall 2014) No. 299 Golfweek Top Finish T12th, twice (Gopher Invitational; Windon Memorial) Golfweek Rating Golfweek Records vs. Top 25 (0-3-0), vs. Top 50 (0-12-0), vs. Top 100 (4-25-1), vs. Overall ( ) Tied for fourth on team with his four events and 12 rounds of play, while his stroke-play average was fifth Shot under par in two of 12 rounds T12. Gopher Invitational ( , +7) T12. Windon Memorial ( , +1) T35. Alister MacKenzie Invitational ( , +5) T39. Itani Quality Homes Collegiate ( , +6) (Sophomore) Redshirted to focus on gaining admission into Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business and work on his golf game Did not play Men's Golf Annual Report 21

24 (Freshman) Stats 3 stroke-play events, 9 rounds, 668 strokes, stroke average Final Rankings *No. 11 Golfweek *Rankings for a secondary list of golfers without enough rounds to qualify for regular rankings Top Finish T29th, twice (Gopher Invitational; Western Intercollegiate) Golfweek Rating Golfweek Records vs. Top 25 (0-28-0), vs. Top 50 (5-40-1), vs. Top 100 (8-61-2), vs. Overall ( ) Played himself into the lineup at beginning of his collegiate career after a tremendous 2012 summer of amateur golf that carried over into his rookie collegiate campaign T29. Gopher Invitational ( , +13) T29. Western Intercollegiate ( , +8) T54. PING/Golfweek Preview ( , +11) Amateur Highlights 2014 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 43 California, No. 195 US, No. 426 World 2/Qualifier. U.S. Amateur Qualifier ( ) Castlewood Country Club, Pleasanton, Calif. 5. Contra Costa Amateur ( ) T9. California State Fair Amateur ( ) T15. Trans-Mississippi Championship ( ) tournament shortened to 36 holes due to inclement weather Final 16. San Francisco City Championship T25. Pacific Coast Amateur ( ) T40. Monroe Invitational ( ) T95. U.S. Amateur ( ) T104. California Amateur ( ) T134. Southwestern Amateur ( ) 2013 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 148 California, No. 622 US, No World 5. Contra Costa Amateur ( ) T6. Monterey City Amateur ( ) T9. Los Angeles City Golf Championship ( ) T30. Southwestern Amateur ( ) T40. California State Fair Amateur ( ) 2012 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 90 California, No. 481 US, No. 998 World Second in the long drive contest at the Big I National Championship at 307 yards 2/Qualifier. U.S. Amateur Qualifying ( ) North Ranch Country Club, Westlake Village, Calif. 2. Big I National Championship ( ) T2. Rancho Santa Margarita Amateur ( ) T4. Pasadena City Championship ( ) T3. Palm Spring Desert Amateur ( , -3) 7. AJGA ClubCorp Mission Hills Desert Junior ( ) T8. California State Fair Amateur ( ) 10. Palm Springs City Championship ( ) T14. Silicon Valley Amateur ( ) T68. U.S. Amateur ( ) T112. California Amateur ( ) 2011 Member of AJGA HP Scholastic Honor Roll for second consecutive year Ranked as high as No. 108 nationally by Golfweek and No. 112 in the AJGA Polo Golf rankings 2. Los Angeles City Junior Championship ( ) 3. AJGA Aspen Junior Classic ( ) 3. AJGA at Diablo Grande ( ) 5. Toyota Tour Cup Championship at Silver Rock ( ) 2010 Member of AJGA HP Scholastic Honor Roll for the first of two consecutive years 2. SCPGA Desert Open ( ) 2/Qualifier. U.S. Junior Amateur Qualifier ( ) Spring Valley Lake Country Club, Victorville, Calif (Calabasas HS) Spent the last three years of his prep career at Calabasas High School after attending Notre Dame High School for his freshman season Spent the academic year practicing at The Palms Golf Club while taking his prep classes online Won the Marmonte League title ( ) as a 2009 sophomore and was named the conference MVP as his team went on to a CIF Southern Section crown Finished second in the Marmonte League Tournament ( ) during his 2010 junior campaign Completed his prep career with a 72.9 stroke average Other Full name is Walker Amelon Huddy Born August 28, 1993, in Los Angeles, Calif. Intending to major in business administration in Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business Parents are Robert and Deborah Huddy Older brother is Addison Huddy Men's Golf Annual Report

25 TANNER HUGHES CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS 5-10, 145, Fr., HS Livermore, CA Foothill HS Hughes will redshirt his first season at Cal in but that didn t keep him from making a tremendous showing in amateur events in 2014 when he became the first player to ever win AmateurGolf.com titles at both the Christmas Classic and Tour Championship presented by Callaway Golf in the same calendar year and subsequently capture AmateurGolf.com Player of the Year. Hughes is expected to challenge for a spot in the lineup as a redshirt freshman in International World Amateur Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No Scratch Players Coach Comments/Notes An excellent addition to the program who had an outstanding junior career in which he defeated several All-Americans as well as top college and amateur players Expected to redshirt in but should play a major role in the team s future A strong ball striker and good putter with an improving short game who is working hard to improve on other areas of his game Has a history of low scores in final rounds as an amateur Amateur Highlights 2014 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 44 California, No. 250 US, No. 537 World AmateurGolf.com Player of the Year First player to ever win AmateurGolf.com titles at both the Christmas Classic and Tour Championship presented by Callaway Golf in the same calendar year Has been ranked among the top 100 in the nation and top five in California in the AJGA Polo Golf rankings 1. Christmas Classic ( ) 1. Tour Championship Presented by Callaway Golf ( ) T14. California State Fair Amateur ( ) Final 16. San Francisco City Championship T18. Pacific Coast Amateur ( ) T24. Cardinal Amateur ( ) Final 32. California Amateur Final 64. Pacific Northwest Amateur 2013 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 298 California 5. U.S. Junior Amateur Qualifier ( ) Final 32. San Francisco City Championship AJGA Diablo Grande Championship ( ) 7. AJGA Championship at Traditions ( ) 19. Western Junior Championship ( ) (Foothill HS) Contra Costa Times All-East Bay and firstteam All-East Bay Athletic League selection in each of his four seasons ( ), while earning EBAL and team MVP honors in his final two campaigns Won North Coast Section title as a 2012 sophomore with a 68 then finished third during his 2013 junior season with another 68 Three-time CIF Scholar-Athlete (2011, 2013, 2014) Other Full name is Tanner Robert Hughes Born January 19, 1996, in Santa Maria, Calif. Intending to major in business administration in Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business Parents are John and Pamela Hughes Father played in several PGA TOUR events after an All-American collegiate career at San Diego State and was the director of golf at Castlewood Country Club in Pleasanton for 17 years Men's Golf Annual Report 23

26 KEELAN KILPATRICK 5-9, 165, Jr., 2L Christchurch, New Zealand (St. Bede s College) Kilpatrick is one of Cal s most experienced players and one of two juniors along with Shotaro Ban on a roster without a senior. Kilpatrick entered Cal as a mid-year enrollee as a freshman in January of 2012 and made an immediate impact by playing in seven of the team s 10 events in his first spring. He would redshirt the season as he prepared to enter Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business and work on his golf game before returning for the campaign. After playing only once in five 2013 fall events, Kilpatrick became a major contributor in the spring of 2014 by playing in seven of nine tournaments and earning the Co-Most Improved honors on the team. He continued to be a significant factor in the fall of 2014 when he played in all five events and registered a pair of top-10 finishes including the best showing of his career when he tied for third at the seasonopening Gopher Invitational. Kilpatrick finished the fall of 2014 with a stroke average that was 2.50 strokes per round lower than his previous single-season best and third on the team. His career stroke-play totals of 19 events and 55 rounds played are the most among active Cal players and he is the only Golden Bear with collegiate experience in match play, posting a record during a pair of regular-season events in the spring of International World Amateur Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No. 366 R&A, No. 410 Scratch Players Coach Comments/Notes One of two juniors along with Shotaro Ban on a roster without a senior Excellent addition to the program who stepped in and made immediate contributions as a true freshman in the spring of 2012 and KILPATRICK S CAL CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top Finish T15 (Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters) Redshirted, Did Not Play T8 (John A. Burns Intercollegiate) Fall T3 (Gopher Invitational) Totals T3 (Gopher Invitational) *Career Match-Play Record: (Del Walker Match Play Championship all square vs. Andrew Vijarro, Oregon; d. Charlie Hughes, Washington, 2-up; d. Casey King, Oregon State, 3 & 2 Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship d. Patrick Sawrey, UNCW, 2 & 1; d. Marshall Talkington, Tennessee, 4 & 3; l. Tim Gornik, Duke, 19 holes; d. Chris Robb, Chattanooga, 3 & 1) ^Career Playoff Record: strokes (+3) on two fourth-round playoff holes at Pac- 12 Championship has returned as a regular in the lineup in the spring and fall of 2014 Tremendous putter with a strong short game who is improving other facets of his play A very tough competitor who makes good decisions on the course and knows how to play the game Has made tremendous improvements since his arrival at Cal Cal Career (Thru Fall 2014) Stats 19 stroke-play events, 55 rounds, 4041 strokes, stroke average, match-play record (2 events) Top Finish T3rd (Gopher Invitational, Fall 2014) Top-5 Finishes 1 (T3rd, Gopher Invitational, Fall 2014) Top-10 Finishes 3 (T3rd, Gopher Invitational, Fall 2014; T6th, Alister MacKenzie Invitational, Fall 2014; T8th, John A. Burns Intercollegiate, Spring 2014) Cal s Top Finisher (Includes Ties) 2 (T3rd, Gopher Invitational, Fall 2014; T12th Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters, Spring 2014) Low 54-Hole Score 210, -3 (Alister MacKenzie Invitational, Fall 2014) Low 72-Hole Score 293, +5 (Pac-12 Championship, Spring 2014) Low Round 66 (Arizona Intercollegiate, Spring 2012) Pac-12 Championship 2 (T12th, 2014; T53rd, 2012) NCAA Regionals 1 (63rd, 2014 Sugar Grove Regional) Division I PING All-West Region ( ) Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 ( ) Men's Golf Annual Report

27 Honorable Mention Pac-12 All-Academic ( ) Cal s Co-Most Improved Player ( ) The only Cal player with collegiate matchplay experience when he posted a team-best match-play record in two regularseason events in the spring of 2012 One of only two Cal players with postseason experience along with Shotaro Ban Cal s active career leader with 19 events and 55 rounds played The only Cal player to have participated in a collegiate playoff, playing two holes in Cal s playoff victory over Oregon at the 2012 Pac-12 Championship Fall 2014 (Junior) Stats 5 stroke-play events, 15 rounds, 1070 strokes, stroke average Rankings (End of Fall 2014) No. 103 Golfweek, No. 174 Golfstat Top-5 Finishes 1 (T3rd, Gopher Invitational) Top-10 Finishes 2 (T3rd, Gopher Invitational; T6th, Alister MacKenzie Invitational) Cal s Top Finisher 1 (T3rd, Gopher Invitational) Golfweek Rating Golfweek Records vs. Top 25 (0-9-2), vs. Top 50 (5-18-2), vs. Top 100 ( ), vs. Overall ( ) Shot under par in five of 15 rounds and three of his last five T3. Gopher Invitational ( , E) T6. Alister MacKenzie Invitational ( , E) T17. Windon Memorial ( , +3) played as individual T30. Itani Quality Homes Collegiate ( , +4) T52. Tavistock Collegiate Invitational ( , +4) (Sophomore) Stats 8 stroke-play events, 24 rounds, 1772 strokes, stroke average Final Rankings No. 140 Golfweek, No. 200 Golfstat Cal s Top Finisher 1 (T12th, Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters) Golfweek Rating Golfweek Records vs. Top 25 ( ), vs. Top 50 ( ), vs. Top 100 ( ), vs. Overall ( ) Division I PING All-West Region Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention Pac-12 All-Academic Cal s Co-Most Improved Player along with Alex Helgans Played in seven consecutive events in the spring at one point after playing in just one of the first six tournaments T8. John A. Burns Intercollegiate ( , -3)... tournament shortened to 36 holes due to inclement weather T12. Pac-12 Championship ( , +5) T12. Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters ( , +6) T14. National Invitational Tournament ( , -3) T21. Aggie Invitational ( , +11) T26. Western Intercollegiate ( , +4) T48. Alister MacKenzie Invitational ( , +4) 63. NCAA Sugar Grove Regional ( , +26) (Sophomore) Redshirted in to work on his game and apply for Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business Did not play (Freshman) Stats 5 stroke-play events, 16 rounds, 1199 strokes, stroke average, match-play record (2 match-play events) Final Rankings *No. 54 Golfweek *Rankings for a secondary list of golfers without enough rounds to qualify for regular rankings Golfweek Rating Golfweek Records vs. Top 25 (7-25-1), vs. Top 50 ( ), vs. Top 100 ( ), vs. Overall ( ) Best match-play record percentage on Cal team Cal s only unbeaten player at Del Walker Match Play Championship at and was 3-1 at Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship Joined the team and enrolled at Cal for the 2012 spring semester then played in seven of 10 events in the spring including the two match-play outings T15. Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters ( , +5) tied for fourth heading into final round T35. Arizona Intercollegiate ( , +10) career-low 66 in first collegiate round T50. Western Intercollegiate ( , +17) T53. Pac-12 Championship ( , +14) T66. ASU Thunderbird Invitational ( , +13) Amateur Highlights 2014 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 426 World T9. California State Fair Amateur ( ) T19. Sahalee Players Championship ( ) T27. Porter Cup ( ) T48. Australian Amateur Championship Stroke Play ( ) Final 64. Australian Amateur Championship CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS 2013 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No World 1. Diablo Valley Amateur ( ) Final 32. Northern California Match Play T39. Pacific Coast Amateur ( ) T48. Australian Amateur Championship Stroke Play ( ) Final 64. Australian Amateur Championship 2012 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 998 World T1. Palo Alto City Championship ( ) shared medalist honors with Cal teammate Pace Johnson, who eagled par-five first hole on first playoff hole to win T3. Christmas Classic (70) tournament shortened to 18 holes due to inclement weather Final 32. New Zealand Amateur 2011 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 243 World 2. North Island Stroke Play Championship ( ) 4. Charles Tour Muriwai Open ( ) 7. Charles Tour Tauranga Open ( ) T7. South Island Stroke Play ( ) Final 16. New Zealand Amateur St. Bede's College ( ) Named Canterbury Junior Player of the Year for three consecutive seasons ( ) 2010 New Zealand Junior team captain Member of 2011 New Zealand Golf Srixon Academy for top seven amateurs in country Canterbury Golf Vardon trophy winner with a stroke average Squad finished as New Zealand s prep runner-up in both 2010 and 2011 Other Full name is Keelan James Philip Kilpatrick Born May 1, 1992, in Christchurch, New Zealand Majoring in business administration in Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business Parents are Stephen and Geraldine Kilpatrick Has three younger siblings brothers Regan and Connell, and sister Niamh Kilpatrick Men's Golf Annual Report 25

28 KK LIMBHASUT 6-0, 200, Fr., HS Loma Linda, CA (Redlands HS) Pronunciation: lim-paw-soot Limbhasut picked up right where he left off as a junior player during his first season at Cal in the fall of 2014, earning the No. 1 spot in the lineup for the team s season-opener at the Gopher Invitational and then posting a collegiate career-best tied for fourth place finish in his next tournament at the Windon Memorial. Limbhasut ended up tying fellow freshman Sebastian Crampton with a team-high three top-15 finishes in the fall. Limbhasut arrived at Cal after winning the prestigious Western Junior Championship and AJGA Winn Grips Heather Farr majors in the summer of 2014 while he was also second at the Footjoy Invitational. In addition, Limbhasut was a member of the West team at the Wyndham Cup in 2014, as well as a first-team Rolex Junior All-American after earning second-team honors the previous season. International World Amateur Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No. 82 R&A (No. 1 Thailand, No. 6 Asia), No. 438 Scratch Players Coach Comments/Notes An excellent addition to the program after registering a stellar junior career prior to his arrival at Cal Solid in all areas of the game with no major weaknesses Displays a strong wedge game and is an excellent putter A great ball striker that possesses excellent distance control with all of his irons Has tremendous upside and is expected to continue incremental improvement in all areas of his game LIMBHASUT S CAL CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top Finish Fall T4 (Windon Memorial) Totals T4 (Windon Memorial) Cal Career (Thru Fall 2014) Fall 2014 (Freshman) Stats 5 stroke-play events, 15 rounds, 1074 strokes, stroke average Rankings (End of Fall 2014) No. 254 Golfweek Top Finish T4th (Windon Memorial) Top-5 Finishes 1 (T4th, Windon Memorial) Top-10 Finishes 1 (T4th, Windon Memorial) Cal s Top Finisher 1 (T13th, Tavistock Collegiate Invitational) Low 54-Hole Score 209, -1 (Windon Memorial) Low Round 68, twice (Windon Memorial; Alister MacKenzie Invitational) Golfweek Rating Golfweek Records vs. Top 25 (2-8-1), vs. Top 50 (5-16-4), vs. Top 100 ( ), vs. Overall ( ) Registered a team-high-tying three top- 15 finishes including a tied for 13th-place performance to lead all Cal golfers at the prestigious Tavistock Collegiate Invitational in the final event of the fall Played in the No. 1 spot in his first collegiate event at the Gopher Invitational to open the 2014 fall campaign Men's Golf Annual Report

29 Shot under par in seven of 15 rounds including all three in his final event at the Tavistock Collegiate Invitational when he was the only Cal player in the fall to have under-par rounds in each round of an event Had at least one under-par round of 70 or lower in all five events CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS T4. Windon Memorial ( , -1) T11. Alister MacKenzie Invitational ( , -1) T13. Tavistock Collegiate Invitational ( , -5) T30. Gopher Invitational ( , +14) T34. Itani Quality Homes Collegiate ( , +4) Amateur Highlights 2014 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 65 California, No. 326 US, No. 705 World First-Team Rolex Junior All-American Played for West team at the Wyndham Cup, with East and West finishing in a tie Named Golfweek Junior Boys Player of the Week after winning AJGA Winn Grips Heather Farr Classic 1. AJGA Winn Grips Heather Farr Classic ( ) birdied 17th and 18th holes on third and final round to win by one stroke 1. Western Junior Championship ( ) won by eight shots and broke Bobby Jones tournament record T1. Rancho Santa Margarita Amateur ( ) 2. Contra Costa Amateur ( ) 2. Footjoy Invitational ( ) 3. California State Fair Amateur ( ) T5. Corey Pavin Southern California Invitational ( ) T10. AJGA Rolex TOC ( ) T16. U.S. Amateur Section Qualifier ( ) Mission Viejo Country Club, Mission Viejo, Calif. T51. Western Amateur ( ) 2013 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 242 California Second-Team Rolex Junior All-American SCGA Toyota Tour Cup Player of the Year 1. Toyota Tour Cup at Bella Collina ( ) 1. Toyota Tour Cup at Indian Wells ( ) 1. Palm Spring Amateur ( ) T1. Toyota Tour Cup at Olivas ( ) lost in playoff 2. Toyota Tour Cup at Cypress Ridge ( ) 2. Toyota Tour Cup at Westin Mission Hills ( ) 2. Coronado City Championship ( ) T8. San Diego County Amateur at Aviara ( ) T10. Rancho Santa Margarita Amateur ( ) T40. AJGA Junior Players Championship ( ) 2012 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 214 California Represented Southern California in the Junior America's Cup for second straight year 1. AJGA Under Armour/Gary Woodland Championship ( ) birdied the 18th hole and won by one stroke 1. Jones Cup Junior ( ) 1. Palm Springs Amateur ( ) 1. Rancho Santa Margarita Amateur ( ) 6. Callaway Junior World Golf Championship ( ) 2011 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 115 California Represented Southern California in the Junior America's Cup 9. Footjoy Invitational ( ) 2010 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 333 California 1. Toyota Tour Cup at Classic Club ( ) 1. Toyota Tour Cup Championship ( ) 2. AJGA Midwest Junior Players Championship ( ) T4. AJGA Coca-Cola Junior Championship ( ) T5. AJGA McArthur Towel ( ) 6. AJGA Emerson Junior Golf Classic ( ) (Redlands HS) Won Southern Section and Citrus Belt League titles as a 2014 senior, picking up an eagle on the 16th hole of his section victory to propel him to a round of 67, while his team also captured the conference crown Tied for 13th at the state championship (72, +1) after a second-place showing at a state qualifier (69, -3) at San Gabriel Country Club Registered a scoring average of as a senior Other Full name is Khemkhon Limbhasut Born January 26, 1996, in Bangkok, Thailand Intending to major in economics Parents are Kittipat and Rawewan Limbhasut, while his sister is Kwan Limbhasut Men's Golf Annual Report 27

30 CLAYTON MADEY 6-1, 180, Fr., RS West Linn, OR Lake Oswego HS Pronunciation: may-dee Madey has yet to participate in an event at Cal but continues to work hard to give himself the opportunity to contribute. He had a strong 2014 season of amateur play including a couple of solid match-play events with a trip to the semifinals of the Oregon Amateur and the Final 16 at the Pacific Northwest Amateur. Madey also tied for third at the 2014 Christmas Classic. International World Amateur Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No Scratch Players, No R&A Coach Comments/Notes A smart player, hard worker and excellent teammate Very coachable and wants to succeed Hits the ball a long way off the tee Has a strong short game and is a good putter Looking to gain consistency in ball striking An excellent student who is a candidate for Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business Cal Career (Thru Fall 2014) Fall 2014 (Freshman) Did not play (Freshman) Redshirted Did not play Amateur Highlights 2014 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 447 US, No. 937 World Semifinals. Oregon Amateur T3. Christmas Classic ( ) Final 16. Pacific Northwest Amateur T69. Oglethorpe Invitational ( ) 2013 T15. Contra Costa Amateur ( ) T46. California State Fair Amateur ( ) T113. Western Amateur ( ) 2012 AJGA Rolex Second-Team All-American AJGA Rolex Honorable Mention Academic All-American Ranked as high as No. 21 in AJGA Polo Golf rankings 1. Oregon Junior Amateur Match Play 1. Oregon Tournament of Champions (69) 2. Western Junior Championship ( ) 4. FCWT at Mission Hills ( ) 10. Goodman Networks Junior ( ) FCWT at PGA West ( ) (Lake Oswego HS) Oregon Player of the Year as a 2013 senior Two-Time Honorable Mention Academic All- American (2012, 2013) Two-Time All-State (2012, 2013) Team captured three Oregon state titles (2010, 2012, 2013) Four-Time First-Team All-Three Rivers League (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) for team that won four consecutive conference crowns in each of those seasons as well 45 consecutive league matches from Posted a 72.1 stroke average as a senior when he was also a team captain Totaled 19 rounds under par Played one season of prep soccer as a junior during the fall of 2011 and set the school s junior varsity single-season scoring record Named to his school s honor roll for four consecutive seasons (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) A member of both the National Honor Society and National Chinese Honor Society Other Full name is Clayton Michael Madey Born May 25, 1995, in Iowa City, Iowa Intending to major in business administration in Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business Parents are Steve and Kim Madey Brother, Cole Madey, is a senior at Lake Oswego High School in and has signed a national letter of intent to play collegiate golf at UCLA beginning in the fall of 2015 Wide range of interests and activities include playing violin and guitar, as well as being a lawyer on a mock trial team Played in a musical group that was named Best Talent at Cal's 2014 Oski s Men's Golf Annual Report

31 ANDREW MORGAN CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS 5-7, 145, So., SQ Long Beach, CA Woodrow Wilson HS Morgan has yet to participate in an event at Cal but continues to look to break into a strong lineup. He showed his potential during an excellent year of amateur golf in 2013 that included a second-place finish at the NCGA Amateur Match Play, a tied for third-place showing at the Alameda Commuters and a final No. 61 California ranking. International World Amateur Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No Scratch Players, No R&A Coach Comments/Notes Has shown significant improvement in all areas of his game since his arrival at Cal An excellent putter who hits a lot of greens and keeps the ball in play Cal Career (Thru Fall 2014) Fall 2014 (Sophomore) Did not play (Freshman) Did not play (Freshman) Redshirted Did not play Amateur Highlights 2014 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 189 California, No. 762 US, No World T11. U.S. Amateur Sectional Qualifier ( ) Santa Rosa Country Club, Santa Rosa, Calif. Final 32. California Amateur T39. New Year s Invitational ( ) T40. Monroe Invitational ( ) T73. Saguaro Amateur ( ) 2013 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 61 California Strong amateur season that opened eyes of many Runner-up. NCGA Amateur Match Play... won four matches T3. Alameda Commuters ( ) T13. Contra Costa Amateur ( ) T31. California State Fair Amateur ( ) Final 32. San Francisco City Championship T54. Trans-Mississippi Championship ( ) 2012 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 214 California Ranked as high as No. 48 nationally by Junior Golf Scoreboard 5. Rancho Santa Margarita Amateur ( ) T5. Christmas Classic (71) 11. Champions Invitational ( ) T37. Long Beach Men s City Championship ( ) T54. California State Fair Amateur ( ) 2011 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 361 California Long Beach Century Club Athlete of the Year 1. Knabe Cup (65) tournament-record score 3. AJGA Centennial ( ) 4. AJGA Sycuan ( ) 5. U.S. Junior Amateur ( ) 6. California State Boys ( ) 8. California State Junior Amateur ( ) T63. Long Beach Open ( ) tied for fourth among amateurs AJGA Stockton ( ) Toyota Tour Cup East Valley ( ) (Woodrow Wilson HS) Prep squad was undefeated during his four campaigns and won four consecutive Moore League titles Three-time Moore League Player of the Year and Team MVP (2010, 2011, 2012) Captain of his team as a senior in 2012 Won Moore League indvidual medalist honors twice as a senior when his 12-under par score ( ) was the second-lowest in the event s history and as a junior ( ) Four-time member of the Long Beach Press- Telegram Dream Team and also an All-Moore League selection in each of his four prep campaigns Other Full name is Andrew Toshio Morgan Born October 26, 1994, in Long Beach, Calif. Intending to major in interdisciplinary studies Parents are Daniel and Sandra Morgan Contemplating a professional career as a sportscaster Men's Golf Annual Report 29

32 CAMERON SHAW 5-8, 150, So., 1L Duffield, England Repton School Shaw had the advantage of learning the Cal men s golf culture as a true freshman during arguably the best season in the history of the sport at the collegiate level in when he was named the team s Co-Most Improved Player. He has become one of the most improved players in school history as evidenced by his performance in the fall of 2014 when he won his first collegiate event by sharing individual medalist honors at the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate and tied for second at the Windon Memorial. Shaw has also made a huge jump in the world amateur rankings, moving from outside the top 2000 prior to the beginning of the summer of 2014 to his current No. 195 spot in the R&A rankings. International World Amateur Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No. 195 R&A, No. 539 Scratch Players Coach Comments/Notes Has a bright future at Cal and beyond in the game of golf Passionate about the game of golf and driven to be a great player with a tremendous work ethic Has a classic golf swing and has worked with Peter Cowen, one of the most respected golf instructors in the world who works with some of the game s best including Lee Westwood and Henrik Stenson An excellent ball striker who hits the ball medium long and very straight One of the most improved players in the history of Cal men s golf who continues on a tremendous developmental progression Has worked hard and diligently on all areas of his game after coming to Cal somewhat unrefined and under the radar SHAW S CAL CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top Finish Redshirted, Did Not Play T15 (Western Intercollegiate) Fall T1 (Itani Quality Homes Collegiate) Totals T1 (Itani Quality Homes Collegiate) Still looking to improve his short game and within 100 yards, which will be the main objectives moving forward Understands the culture of Cal men s golf and what it takes to get his game to the next level An excellent putter especially inside 10 feet Has broken into the lineup on a regular basis Succeeded both on and off the course in the rigors of the U.K. school system and has become a stronger player once he has learned the balance of academics and athletics at Cal Cal Career (Through Fall 2014) Stats 7 stroke-play events, 21 rounds, 1500 strokes, stroke average Individual Medalist Honors 1 (*Itani Quality Homes Collegiate, Fall 2014) *co-individual medalist Top-5 Finishes 2 (T1st, Itani Quality Homes Collegiate, Fall 2014; T2nd, Windon Memorial, Fall 2014) Top-10 Finishes 2 (T1st, Itani Quality Homes Collegiate, Fall 2014; T2nd, Windon Memorial, Fall 2014) Cal s Top Finisher 2 (T1st, Itani Quality Homes Collegiate, Fall 2014; T2nd, Windon Memorial, Fall 2014) Low 54-Hole Score 204, -6 (Itani Quality Homes Collegiate, Fall 2014) Low Round 65, twice (Windon Memorial, Fall 2014; Itani Quality Homes Collegiate, Fall 2014) Fall 2014 (Sophomore) Stats 5 events, 15 rounds, 1061 strokes, stroke average Rankings (End of Fall 2014) No. 84 Golfweek, No. 150 Golfstat Top-5 Finishes 2 (T1st, Itani Quality Homes Collegiate; T2nd, Windon Memorial) Men's Golf Annual Report

33 Top-10 Finishes 2 (T1st, Itani Quality Homes Collegiate; T2nd, Windon Memorial) Cal s Top Finisher 2 (T1st, Itani Quality Homes Collegiate; T2nd, Windon Memorial) Golfweek Rating Golfweek Records vs. Top 25 (3-8-0), vs. Top 50 (8-15-2), vs. Top 100 ( ), vs. Overall ( ) Stroke average of ranked second on team Shot under par in eight of 15 rounds including eight of the final 12 Named GolfChannel.com s National Player of the Week after winning his first collegiate event by sharing individual medalist honors at the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate The only Cal player to lead the team twice in the fall, adding a tied for second place showing at the Windon Memorial Posted a rare albatross (double eagle) and the first in the history of the Cal men s golf program during his third and final round of the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate when he holed a blind 258-yard 2-iron on his second shot on the par-five 10th hole at Palouse Ridge Golf Club CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS T1. Itani Quality Homes Collegiate ( , -6) T2. Windon Memorial ( , -4) T15. Alister MacKenzie Invitational ( , E) T22. Tavistock Collegiate Invitational ( , -3) T24. Gopher Invitational ( , +12) (Freshman) Stats 2 events, 6 rounds, 439 strokes, stroke average Final Rankings *No. 32 Golfweek *Rankings for a secondary list of golfers without enough rounds to qualify for regular rankings Top Finish T15th (Western Intercollegiate) Golfweek Rating Golfweek Records vs. Top 25 (2-6-0), vs. Top 50 (4-11-0), vs. Top 100 (9-18-1), vs. Overall ( ) Made collegiate debut at Gopher Invitational and also played as an individual at Western Intercollegiate and had a season-best 15thplace finish that was better than all players in the Cal lineup other than ninth-place Joël Stalter T15. Western Intercollegiate ( , +1) played as individual T46. Gopher Invitational ( , +15) WD. Arizona Intercollegiate started the event as an individual but was forced to withdraw after nine holes due to injury (Freshman) Awarded team s Co-Most Improved Player Award along with Shotaro Ban Redshirted Did not play Amateur Highlights 2014 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 400 World 1. Derbyshire Amateur ( ) T3/Qualifier. British Open Regional Qualifying ( ) T9. Alameda Commuters ( ) T14. California State Fair Amateur ( ) 15. Berkshire Trophy ( ) T16. South of England Amateur Championship ( ) Final 16. San Francisco City Championship T20. Welsh Open Amateur ( ) T24. Tillman Trophy ( ) T32. Alameda Commuters ( ) 76. English Men s Championship ( , +6) 2013 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No. 105 California, No. 463 USA, No. 898 World T2. Contra Costa Amateur ( ) T9. California State Fair Amateur ( ) Final 16. San Francisco City Championship T25/Qualifier. British Open Regional Qualifying ( ) T32. Alameda Commuters ( ) 2012 Ranked No. 176 in the final European amateur rankings T5. Christmas Classic (73) tournament shortened to 18 holes due to inclement weather T21. British Boys Championship Carris Trophy ( ) T28. Palo Alto City Championship ( ) 2011 Played in the European Cup of Nations Unbeaten in match play for second consecutive season Shot a course-record 63 at his hometown Chevin Golf Club 1. Derbyshire Boys ( ) won by six shots opening-round 64 set a course record at Kedleston Park Golf Club 1. Midland (71) 10. British Boys Championship Carris Trophy Stroke Play ( ) Qualifier. British Boys Championship Carris Trophy Match Play 2010 Unbeaten in match play for the first of two consecutive seasons 1. Derbyshire Boys Under-16 ( ) 2008 UHS Schools national champion (Repton School) Averaged 71.2 strokes per round as a senior in Recognized as a Sports Scholar from Other Full name is Cameron John Shaw Born June 17, 1994, in Derby, England Intending to major in legal studies Parents are Gary and Lindsey Shaw Brother, Angus Shaw, attends Repton School Men's Golf Annual Report 31

34 ALEXANDER WILSON 6-1, 160, Fr., RS Edinburgh, Scotland (Loretto School) Wilson is on the verge of breaking into the Cal lineup in the spring of 2015 as he continues to adjust to the American version of golf after attending high school in Scotland. He redshirted as a true freshman in and did not play in the fall of 2014 but is expected to see his first collegiate action soon. International World Amateur Rankings (as of January 30, 2015) No R&A, No Scratch Players Coach Comments/Notes Extremely competitive golfer who likes to play against the best Adjusting to the American version of golf Enjoys being a part of the program and receiving the full Cal experience Redshirted as a true freshman in but would have been in the lineup at least once in the spring had he not been using his redshirt season Has had moments where he has played extremely well but working on his consistency Has a great sense of humor Fall 2014 (Freshman) Did not play (Freshman) Redshirted Did not play but still named the team s Newcomer of the Year Amateur Highlights 2014 Final AmateurGolf.com Rankings No World Final 16. North of Ireland Amateur T16. Alameda Commuters ( ) T20. California State Fair Amateur ( ) 2013 A member of Scotland s 12-player Under-18 boys squad 4. Irish Boys Amateur Open ( ) 7. Contra Costa Amateur ( ) Final 64. British Boys Championship 2011 High scorer (five of six points) for Scotland in an event against Wales, Holland and Ireland Selected to play against England in an international match 1. St Andrews Boys won five matches with final two on Old Course Second Round. Scottish Boys Championship (Loretto School) Attended the boarding school from 12 years of age until enrolling at Cal Other Full name is Alexander Patrick Wilson Born January 25, 1995, in Dublin, Ireland Intending to major in economics Parents are Neil and Sandra Wilson Has three older siblings brother Fredrick, and sisters Amber and Vogue Wilson Performed in a musical group at the 2014 Oski s with teammate Clayton Madey Men's Golf Annual Report

35 All-Time roster ( Present) Ainbinder, Adam Albers, Bill An, Byeong-Hun Ancheta, Chris Arroyo, Dan Ban, Shotaro present Beck, Brandon Benvenuti, Joe Berkowitz, Jay Berkowitz, Jayme Boldt, Jason Buckles, Andre Burlison, Jay present Carlyle, Scott Cherney, Ben Choi, Eric Chun, Walter Cordova, Ted Coré, Jamie Coyle, Daniel Crampton, Sebastian present Cruikshank, Kevin Culin, Michael Curtis, Jeff Dahl, Ian Davies, Gareth Derian, Evan Douglas, Andrew Dowden, Kyle Doyle, Ben present Ellis, Matt Farris, Steve Fitzsimmons, Dave Flandermeyer, Greg Furth, Ben Gandranata, George Golditch, Scott Greve, Spencer Griggs, Chris Groff, Mike Guittard, Jay Hagy, Brandon Hahn, James Hale, Stephen Hamilton, Robert Hamm, Jeff Helgans, Alex present Hexner, Devin Hoffer, Andrew Homa, Max Hood, Jeff Huddy, Walker present Huff, H. Phillip IV , 1993 Hughes, Tanner present Hummelt, Jon Jensen, Chris Jensen, Michael Johnson, Glenn Johnson, Pace Johnson, Steve , Kellund, Tim Kennaday, Tom Kilpatrick, Keelan present Kim, Daniel Kim, Michael Kreindler, Daniel Kuehl, Ken Laduche, Xabi Larson, Garrett Lederer, Jon Lee, Bryan Lee, David Lee, Han CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS Levin, Josh Lieberman, David Limbhasut, KK present Loop, Curtis Machi, Anthony MacLean, Bruce Madey, Clayton present Maguire, Mark Maliwal, Akshay Mangum, Ben Marin, Nic , Martin, Rob III McDonnell, Brian McMichael, Steve Mina, Eric Mindirgasov, Andrey Miyamoto, Craig Morgan, Andrew present Mullen, Rick Murphy, Brian Murphy, John Oda, Jeff O Riordan, Tim Payet, Romain Phillips, Mark Rea, Brian Redner, Josh Reinsberg, Rick Rubenstein, Tode Ruda, Jesse , Sanchez, Mark Sanders, Drew Schreiber, Matt Schunck, Christian Schweizer, John Serra, George Sevekow, Fred Shaw, Cameron present Skinner, Jim Stalter, Joël Summers, Stephen Svanberg, Fredrik Tan, Feldman Tate, Steven Thomas, Nick Thorson, Erick Tierney, Jamie Tomasulo, Peter Torrey, Lance , Vetterick, Jeff Vivolo, Chad Volko, D.J Watanabe, Mark Yasuyuki Weaver, Michael West, Eric Westcoat, Brian White, Thayer Whittemore, Heath Wi, Charlie Williams, Josh Williams, Kelly Wilson, Alexander present Wilson, Michael Wolfe, Freddy Wolfman, Craig Wong, Larry Wood, John Yamane, Kent Yeun, John Yi, Dong , 2001 Yoon, James *Current Players in Bold Italic Men's Golf Annual Report 33

36 year in review END OF AN ERA BUT A LEGACY LEFT BEHIND (From left to right): Max Homa, Brandon Hagy, head coach Steve Desimone, Michael Weaver, Michael Kim and Joël Stalter. The first time Cal head coach Steve Desimone saw Brandon Hagy, Max Homa and Michael Weaver together on the driving range as freshmen in the fall of 2009 he told associate head coach Walter Chun these guys are going to take us back to the NCAA Championship many times. Desimone s prophecy came true each of the last five years, something that had never been done before in the history of the program. They fulfilled every one of those expectations and exceeded some, Desimone said. So it hit hard when the glorious run finally came to an end with the final four seniors from the era Hagy, Pace Johnson, Joël Stalter and Weaver in the lineup at the 2014 NCAA Championship but falling just shy of a third straight trip to match play and leaving the era without a national title they came ever so painstakingly close to at both the 2012 and 2013 NCAA Championships. It had the potential for a better ending, Desimone said while fighting back tears in a 2014 interview following the team s earliest exit from the NCAA Championship in three seasons. Disappointed would be an understatement. I think devastated would be more like it. I hurt when they hurt, just like a parent. Even though there was a lot of hurt when the era finally came to a close, a look back at the past five seasons made the pain subside quickly. It was an amazing run, clearly one of the best in the history of college golf and I m so proud of them, Desimone said. Look at the overall picture of what these guys accomplished. They made five straight NCAA Championships, were the best team in the history of college golf in , and a team that a lot of people thought would fall off the map in when Michael Kim turned professional in December but continued to play great and won three times in the spring before coming so close to getting back into match play at the NCAA Championship. Max Homa Just a few of the top team highlights during the five-year run included two appearances in the national semifinals in their five NCAA Championship trips, victories in 30 of 68 stroke-play events, a single-season NCAA record 12 strokeplay victories in , and both the first two NCAA Regional and Pac-12 titles in school history. Hagy, Homa, Kim, Stalter and Weaver were each first-team All-Americans at least once in GOLDEN ERA HIGHLIGHTS ( ) 2 NCAA Championship Semifinals 5 NCAA Championship Appearances NCAA Record 12 Stroke-Play Wins In Victories In 68 Stroke-Play Events 2 NCAA Regional And Pac-12 Crowns 5 First-Team All-Americans Unanimous National Player Of The Year Michael Kim NCAA And Pac-12 Champion Max Homa Byron Nelson Award Winner Brandon Hagy Men's Golf Annual Report

37 their careers with all five being recognized as either first or second-teamers in to make Cal the first team in the history of college golf to have five first or second-team All-Americans in the same season. There were plenty of other firsts during the era including Kim s selection as both the unanimous National and Pac-12 Player of the Year in and Homa s NCAA individual title the same campaign. Hagy, Homa and Weaver also became the first three players in the history of the program to play in the NCAA Championship four times each. There was also a ton of success off the course, most recently with the graduation of all four seniors, including Hagy, Stalter and Weaver from Cal s prestigious Haas School of Business. Hagy was an Academic All-American in each of his last two years while all three were All-America Scholars in their final two collegiate campaigns. Among the many honors in his senior season, Hagy was also selected as the winner of the prestigious Byron Nelson Award that considers equally a nominee s entire collegiate academic and golf career, his character and integrity in college, and his community service. It was amazing, Hagy said. We won God knows how many tournaments. It s been an incredible ride seeing the rise of the program since I ve been here. I made great friends and had a lot of pretty incredible highs. The firsts also extended into the highest levels of amateur golf and professional events. Homa, Kim and Weaver became what is believed to be the first three players from one collegiate team to play in the same U.S. Open in Kim was the low amateur at the event, finishing in a tie for 17th after being as high as tied for third on the leaderboard late in the third round. Weaver became the first current Cal golfer to play in the Masters in 2013 after picking up an exemption from his runner-up showing at the 2012 U.S. Amateur. The same year he would become only the second golfer in the history of the sport to play in the Masters, Palmer Cup, U.S. Open and Walker Cup in the same calendar year. Kim joined Weaver and helped lead the United States to victory at both the Palmer Cup and Walker Cup, while Homa joined Kim and Weaver in an American win in the Walker Cup. Stalter played against Kim and Weaver in the Palmer Cup as a member of Team Europe. Stalter had quite the collegiate career of his own, winning a school-record five times capped by a senior season in which he picked up three of those victories, earned first-team All-American honors for the first time in his career and had his top finishes at both the Pac-12 and NCAA Championship. Before I came to Cal I dreamed to play on a top 10 team, Stalter said. Two years after I arrived we ended up being one of the best that has ever played. I don t know how it gets better. On and off the course it was just an unbelievable experience. The accomplishments weren t limited to the players. Desimone was the unanimous National Coach of the Year in when the Bears had such a dominant campaign that they were ranked No. 1 in every national poll following the season despite being upset by Illinois in the match-play semifinals of the NCAA Championship. Desimone also captured Pac-12 Coach of the Year honors both that season and the previous campaign in In addition, Desimone was inducted into the Hall of Fames of both the Golf Coaches Association of America and the Northern California Golf Association during the era. Without a doubt we ve had an incredible five years with some of the best student-athletes in the history of both Cal Athletics and college golf, Desimone said. Those involved in our sport will be talking about what these young men accomplished for years and years. Speaking for Walter and myself it has been our honor to have coached these outstanding young men and we thank them for what they ve achieved and the legacy they have left. But as memorable as the past five years have been for Cal the future promises great memories still to be created for the players who will look to continue that legacy. All of us worked hard and steadily improved over the years and I hope that s something the CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS Three-time All-American Brandon Hagy and head coach Steve Desimone discuss a shot at the NCAA Championship in 2013 at the Capital City Club. It was an amazing run, clearly one of the best in the history of college golf and I m so proud of them. Look at the overall picture of what these guys accomplished. They made five straight NCAA Championships and were the best team in the history of college golf in Steve Desimone younger guys on the team have taken note of, Weaver said. It s not so much because we re recognized for what we accomplished but so they know that it s out there for them. I want our group of players to leave a legacy at Cal. We had an incredible run and now it s going to be up to guys like Keelan Kilpatrick, Shotaro Ban, Walker Huddy, and any of those incoming freshmen or younger guys. I m sure they will be compared to what we ve done, which may or may not be fair to them, but we ve set the bar high hoping they can follow in our footsteps. It was an honor to have been a part of this team for four years, Homa added. I hope we played a part in changing the future of the program for the better. Johnson was happy to have contributed to the program s building process over the final three seasons of the era after transferring from Cal Poly. I have so many incredible memories that I will hold tight for the rest of my life, Johnson said. Getting an education from one of if not the best public institution in the world, as well as being a part of a golf program that has built an incredible reputation for success is so much more than I could have asked for. Even though it did indeed have the potential for a better ending Desimone expressed it best when he told a disappointed group of Bears in a team meeting after the final round of the NCAA Championship that ended the season that it was a phenomenal run and you all have the grandest of futures ahead of you. And regardless of what the future holds, the memories that were made at Cal will last a lifetime Men's Golf Annual Report 35

38 alister mackenzie invitational Michael Wilson 2006 Champion Stephen Hale 2009 Champion Brandon Hagy 2012 Champion Joël Stalter 2013 Champion Meadow Club, Fairfax, CA Host ( , , 2014) Sonoma Golf Club, Sonoma, CA Host (2013); Co-Host San Francisco TOURNAMENT SUMMARY TEAM CHAMPIONS 2002 Fresno State...(841, -11) 2003 Cal...(833, -19) 2004 Oregon State...(848, -4) 2005 Cal...(844, -8) 2006 Cal...(826, -26) 2007 San Diego State...(828, -24) *2009 Cal...(545, -23) 2010 Cal...(804, -48) 2011 Cal... (811, -41) Oregon... (811, -41) 2012 Cal...(806, -46) 2013 Cal...(825, -39) 2014 Cal...(839, -13) INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS Nick Watney, Fresno State (202, -11) Steve Conway, UCLA (200, -13) Bobby Bennett, Purdue (207, -6)...Dillion Dougherty, Northwestern (207, -6) Jon Rosa, Fresno State (205, -8) Michael Wilson, Cal (202, -11) Daryl Fathauer, Louisville (200, -13) * Stephen Hale, Cal (132, -10) Alex Kang, San Diego State (197, -16) Eugene Wong, Oregon (195, -18) Brandon Hagy, Cal (198, -15) Joël Stalter, Cal (203, -13) Max Rottluff, Arizona State (204, -9) LOW ROUND INDIVIDUAL (60, -11)...Zach Bixler, Washington, 2007 (61, -10)...Daryl Fathauer, Louisville, 2007 (62, -9)... Alex Kang, San Diego State, 2010 (62, -9)... Zachery Fullerton, New Mexico State, 2011 (62, -9)... Brandon Hagy, Cal, 2012 (62, -9)...Scott Yamashita, Hawai'i, 2014 (63, -8)... Todd Angel, Fresno State, 2007 (63, -8)...Max Homa, Cal, 2010 (63, -8)...Bhavik Patel, Fresno State, 2010 (63, -8)...Eugene Wong, Oregon, 2011 (63, -8)...Xander Schauffele, San Diego State, 2012 (63, -8)...Jonathan De Los Reye, Saint Mary's 2014 LOW TOURNAMENT INDIVIDUAL (195, -18)...Eugene Wong, Oregon, 2011 (197, -16)... Alex Kang, San Diego State, 2010 (198, -15)...Ben An, Cal, 2010 (198, -15)...Todd Baek, San Diego State, 2010 (198, -15)... Brandon Hagy, Cal, 2012 (199, -14)... Stephen Hale, Cal, 2010 (200, -13)... Steve Conway, UCLA, 2003 (200, -13)...Daryl Fathauer, Louisville, 2007 (200, -13)... Colin Featherstone, San Diego State, 2010 (200, -13)...Max Homa, Cal, 2011 LOW ROUND TEAM (262, -22)...Cal, 2010 (268, -20)...Cal, 2013 (265, -19)...Cal, 2012 (266, -18)...Cal, 2010 *(267, -17)...Cal, 2009 *(267, -17)...Oregon, 2009 (267, -17)... San Diego State, 2010 (267, -17)...Cal, 2011 (268, -16)...Cal, 2006 (268, -16)...Washington, 2007 (268, -16)... San Diego State, 2010 (268, -16)...Oregon, 2011 (268, -16)...Cal, 2012 LOW TOURNAMENT TEAM (804, -48)...Cal, 2010 (806, -46)... San Diego State, 2010 (806, -46)...Cal, 2012 (811, -41)...Cal, 2011 (811, -41)...Oregon, 2011 (825, -39)...Cal, 2013 (819, -33)... San Diego State, 2011 (824, -28)...San Francisco, 2011 (825, -27)...Oregon State, 2010 (826, -26)...Cal, 2006 (826, -26)...San Francisco, 2012 *Third round was cancelled due to inclement weather; Meadow Club par-71; Sonoma Golf Club par-72; sorted by under-par; no event held in 2008 when Cal hosted Pac-10 Championship CAL SUMMARY TEAM FINISH th (852, E) st (833, -19) rd (856, +4) st (844, -8) st (826, -26) th (849, -3) * st (545, -23) st (804, -48) T1st (811, -41) st (806, -46) st (825, -39) st (839, -13) LOW ROUND INDIVIDUAL (62, -9)...Brandon Hagy, 2012 (63, -8)...Max Homa, 2010 (64, -8)...Brandon Hagy, 2013 (64, -8)... Joël Stalter, 2013 (64, -7)...Stephen Hale, 2009 (64, -7)...Ben An, 2010 (64, -7)...Brandon Hagy, 2012 (64, -7)...Michael Kim, 2012 (65, -6)...Jeff Vetterick, 2005 (65, -6)...Michael Wilson, 2006 (65, -6)...Ben An, 2010 (65, -6)... Eric Mina, 2010 (65, -6)...Michael Kim, 2011 (65, -6)... Joël Stalter, 2012 LOW TOURNAMENT INDIVIDUAL (198, -15)...Ben An, 2010 (198, -15)...Brandon Hagy, 2012 (199, -14)...Stephen Hale, 2010 (200, -13)...Max Homa, 2011 (201, -12)...Michael Kim, 2011 (202, -11)...Michael Wilson, 2006 (203, -13)... Joël Stalter, 2013 (203, -10)... Joël Stalter, 2012 *(132, -10)...Stephen Hale, 2009 (204, -9)...Michael Kim, 2012 (205, -8)... Max Homa, 2012 *Third round was cancelled due to inclement weather; Meadow Club par-71; Sonoma Golf Club Men's Golf Annual Report

39 honors & awards CALIFORN GOLDEN BEARS Michael Kim was Cal s first National and Pac-12 Men s Golfer of the Year in The Cal men s golf team was widely considered the greatest in the history of college golf. Cal set an NCAA record with 12 wins in 14 strokeplay events and was ranked No. 1 in all of the final polls despite falling to Illinois in the semifinals at the NCAA Championship. Brandon Hagy was Cal's first threetime All-American and two-time Academic All-American. NATIONAL HONORS GOLFWEEK/SAGARIN TEAM OF THE YEAR BYRON NELSON AWARD Brandon Hagy GOLFSTAT CUP Michael Kim GOLFWEEK/SAGARIN PLAYER OF THE YEAR Michael Kim HASKINS AWARD Michael Kim JACK NICKLAUS AWARD Michael Kim BEN HOGAN AWARD FINALIST Michael Kim ALL-AMERICANS Ben Furth (second team) Charlie Wi (first team)... Garrett Larson (honorable mention) Dan Arroyo (honorable mention) Han Lee (honorable mention) Peter Tomasulo (third team) Peter Tomasulo (first team)...jeff Hood (honorable mention) Eric Mina (honorable mention) Michael Weaver (honorable mention) Max Homa (third team)...brandon Hagy (honorable mention)... Michael Kim (honorable mention) Max Homa (first team)... Michael Kim (first team)... Michael Weaver (first team)... Brandon Hagy (second team)... Joël Stalter (second team) Brandon Hagy (first team)... Joël Stalter (first team) ALL-NICKLAUS TEAM Max Homa... Michael Kim Brandon Hagy...Joël Stalter NCAA INDIVIDUAL MEDALIST * Max Homa *Arnold Palmer Award ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN (Selected by COSIDA) Scott Carlyle (first team) Brandon Hagy (third team) Brandon Hagy (first team) GOLFWEEK MAGAZINE NATIONAL COLLEGIATE COACH OF THE YEAR Steve Desimone Steve Desimone GCAA DIVISION I NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR Steve Desimone TAYLORMADE-ADIDAS GOLF JAN STRICKLAND ASSISTANT COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD Walter Chun (Left to right): Michael Kim, Max Homa and Michael Weaver are believed to be the only three players from the same collegiate team to ever play together in the same U.S. Open in Kim was the event s low amateur and tied for 17th overall. Max Homa (right) was one of three Cal golfers along with Michael Kim and Michael Weaver to play for the winning United States team in the 2013 Walker Cup Men's Golf Annual Report 37

40 Max Homa became Cal s first player to win NCAA individual medalist honors in 2013 while the same season he was the third to take home the conference crown. Cal won a second straight NCAA Regional title in Pullman in 2013 with a team of (left to right) associate head coach Walter Chun, Michael Kim, Brandon Hagy, Michael Weaver, Max Homa, Joël Stalter and head coach Steve Desimone. ALL-AMERICA SCHOLARS (Selected by Golf Coaches Association of America) Bill Albers Bill Albers...Ben Furth Ben Furth Dan Coyle Walter Chun Scott Carlyle, Walter Chun Peter Tomasulo Scott Carlyle... Peter Tomasulo Michael Wilson Michael Wilson George Gandranata...John Murphy Stephen Hale Stephen Hale Brandon Hagy...Joël Stalter... Michael Weaver Brandon Hagy...Joël Stalter... Michael Weaver GCAA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA (TEAM) REGIONAL/DISTRICT HONORS GCAA DIVISION I PING ALL-WEST REGION Eric Mina Stephen Hale... Max Homa Brandon Hagy... Max Homa... Michael Kim Brandon Hagy... Max Homa... Michael Kim...Joël Stalter... Michael Weaver Brandon Hagy... Keelan Kilpatrick...Joël Stalter GCAA/EASTON WEST REGION COACH OF THE YEAR Steve Desimone Steve Desimone Steve Desimone ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 8 (Selected by COSIDA) Scott Carlyle (first team) Brandon Hagy (first team) Brandon Hagy (first team) CONFERENCE HONORS PAC-12 PLAYER OF THE YEAR Michael Kim PAC-10/12 INDIVIDUAL MEDALIST Charlie Wi Eric Mina Max Homa TOM HANSEN CONFERENCE MEDAL Brandon Hagy PAC-12 SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Brandon Hagy Cal was victorious in 2013 for the second straight season at the Pac-12 Championship with a team of (left to right) head coach Steve Desimone, Max Homa, Michael Kim, James Yoon, Joël Stalter, Michael Weaver, Brandon Hagy and associate head coach Walter Chun. Jack Nicklaus Award winner Michael Kim (center) is flanked by a pair of Golden Bears in head coach Steve Desimone (left) and the most famous of all the Golden Bear himself Jack Nicklaus Men's Golf Annual Report

41 Head coach Steve Desimone and Michael Kim at the 2013 Ben Hogan Award ceremony where Kim was a national finalist for the prestigious honor. Michael Kim displays the Haskins Trophy with a trio of award representatives from the Haskins Commission. PAC-10/12 GOLFER OF THE MONTH 11/ Michael Wilson 9/ Eric Mina 4/ Eric Mina 9/ Max Homa 10/ Michael Kim 2/ Joël Stalter 3/ Michael Kim 4/ Max Homa 9/ Brandon Hagy 2/ Joël Stalter PAC-10 POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP George Gandranata ALL-PAC-10/12* Mark Sanchez (honorable mention) Ben Furth (second team) Ben Furth (first team) Rob Martin (honorable mention) Drew Sanders (honorable mention) Phil Huff (honorable mention) Charlie Wi (first team) Nic Marin (honorable mention) Dong Yi (second team)... Jay Berkowitz (honorable mention) Dan Arroyo (first team)... Dan Coyle (second team)...adam Ainbinder (honorable mention) Dan Arroyo (first team)... Han Lee (second team) Han Lee (second team) Peter Tomasulo (honorable mention) Peter Tomasulo (first team) Peter Tomasulo (first team)... Michael Wilson (second team) Peter Tomasulo (first team)... Jeff Hood (second team)...scott Carlyle (honorable mention)...jesse Ruda (honorable mention) Brandon Beck (honorable mention...jeff Hood (honorable mention)... Michael Jensen (honorable mention) Michael Jensen (honorable mention) Stephen Hale (second team)... Evan Derian (honorable mention)...george Gandranata (honorable mention) George Gandranata (honorable mention...michael Jensen (honorable mention)... John Murphy (honorable mention) Eric Mina (first team)...michael Weaver (honorable mention) Stephen Hale (second team)...max Homa (second team)... Eric Mina (second team)...ben An (honorable mention) Brandon Hagy (second team)...max Homa (second team)...michael Kim (second team)... Joël Stalter (honorable mention) Max Homa (first team)...michael Kim (first team)...michael Weaver (first team)...brandon Hagy (second team)...joël Stalter (second team) Brandon Hagy (first team)... Joël Stalter (first team)...pace Johnson (honorable mention)...keelan Kilpatrick (honorable mention) PAC-10/12 COACH OF THE YEAR * Steve Desimone Steve Desimone Steve Desimone *Co-Coach of the Year PAC-10 CO-FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Michael Wilson PAC-10/12 ALL-ACADEMIC (Honor first awarded in ) Jay Berkowitz (second team) Dan Coyle (first team) Dan Coyle (first team) Walter Chun (second team) Walter Chun (first team)...peter Tomasulo (second team) Walter Chun (first team)...peter Tomasulo (second team)...jeff Hood (honorable mention)... George Serra (honorable mention) Peter Tomasulo (first team)... Lance Torrey (honorable mention) Michael Weaver became only the second golfer in the history of the sport to ever play in the Masters, Palmer Cup, U.S. Open and Walker Cup in the same calendar year in (Left to right): Michael Weaver, Brandon Hagy and Joël Stalter were All-America Scholars in and All three graduated from Cal's Haas School of Business in May of Steve Desimone was the head coach for Team USA at the 2014 Palmer Cup played at Walton Health Golf Club. Brandon Hagy (not pictured) played on the American team for Desimone Men's Golf Annual Report 39

42 Charlie Wi, the Pac-10 individual medalist and a first-team All- American in 1995, made his PGA TOUR debut in Peter Tomasulo was a two-time All- American and All-America Scholar, as well as a four-time All-Pac-12 and Pac-12 All-Academic choice. Eric Mina became the second player from Cal to win Pac-10/12 individual medalist honors in Steve Desimone (right) poses with GCAA President and BYU head coach Bruce Brockbank on his induction into the Golf Coaches Association of America's Hall of Fame on December 6, He was also inducted into the Northern California Golf Association's Hall of Fame on February 5, Scott Carlyle (first team)...peter Tomasulo (second team)... Michael Wilson (honorable mention) Michael Wilson (second team) Freddy Wolfe (first team)... Michael Wilson (second team) Evan Derian (first team) George Gandranata (honorable mention...stephen Hale (honorable mention) Stephen Hale (second team) Stephen Hale (second team)... Eric Mina (honorable mention)...michael Weaver (honorable mention) Brandon Hagy (first team)...joël Stalter (honorable mention) Brandon Hagy (first team)...michael Kim (honorable mention)... Joël Stalter (honorable mention)...michael Weaver (honorable mention) Brandon Hagy (first team)... Michael Weaver (second team)...keelan Kilpatrick (honorable mention)...joël Stalter (honorable mention) PAC-10 LEADERSHIP AWARD Walter Chun UNIVERSITY HONORS BIG C TOP ACADEMIC TEAM AWARD BIG C MOST IMPROVED ACADEMIC TEAM AWARD CAL ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME Ben Furth ( ) Frank Brunk (Hall of Fame Service Award) AMATEUR HONORS NORTHERN CALIFORNIA GOLF ASSOCIATION GRAND MASTER OF THE YEAR Steve Desimone *MASTERS PARTICIPANTS Michael Weaver *While a current member of a Cal team PALMER CUP PARTICIPANTS Peter Tomasulo (Team USA) Walter Chun...(Team USA Assistant Coach) Michael Kim (Team USA)...Joël Stalter (Team Europe)... Michael Weaver (Team USA) Brandon Hagy (Team USA)... Steve Desimone (Team USA Head Coach) *U.S. OPEN PARTICIPANTS Max Homa...Michael Kim (low amateur, made cut)...michael Weaver (made cut) *While a current member of a Cal team WALKER CUP PARTICIPANTS Max Homa (Team USA)... Michael Kim (Team USA)... Michael Weaver (Team USA) AMATEURGOLF.COM NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR Tanner Hughes GCAA HALL OF FAME Steve Desimone NCGA HALL OF FAME Steve Desimone JACK LEMMON AMBASSADOR OF GOLF Steve Desimone NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS th (Columbus, Ohio) th (Albuquerque, N.M.) th (Chaska, Minn.) th (Opelika, Ala.) 2004 National Champions (Hot Springs, Va.) rd (Ooltewah, Ten.) 2011 T19th (Stillwater, Okla.) 2012 T3rd (Pacific Palisades, Calif.) 2013 T3rd (Milton, Ga.) 2014 T11th (Hutchinson, Kan.) NCAA REGIONAL RESULTS th (Las Cruces, N.M.) th (Provo, Utah) th (Albuquerque, N.M.) th (Santee, Calif.) 1998 T4th (Tempe, Ariz.) th (Tucson, Ariz.) 2000 T10th (Madera, Calif.) th (Corvallis, Ore.) th (Albuquerque, N.M.) st (Seattle, Wash.) 2004 T7th (Bend, Ore.) th (Tempe, Ariz.) th (Seattle, Wash.) th (Austin, Tex.) 2010 T3rd (San Diego, Calif.) rd (Tucson, Ariz.) st (Stanford, Calif.) st (Pullman, Calif.) 2014 T4th (Sugar Grove, Ill.) *Jeff Hood competed as individual at 2005 NCAA Regionals PAC-10/12 CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS th (Los Angeles, Calif.) th (Tucson, Ariz.) th (Walla Walla, Wash.) th (Simi Valley, Calif.) th (Eugene, Ore.) th (Orinda, Calif.) th (Seattle, Wash.) th (Tempe, Ariz.) th (Stanford, Calif.) rd (Corvallis, Ore.) th (Goleta, Calif.) th (Tucson, Ariz.) nd (Richland, Wash.) rd (Newport Beach, Calif.) th (Eugene, Ore.) th (Orinda, Calif.) th (Seattle, Wash.) rd (Tempe, Ariz.) th (Stanford, Calif.) th (Corvallis, Ore.) th (Glendale, Calif.) th (Marana, Ariz.) th (Walla Walla, Wash.) th (Rancho Mirage, Calif.) th (Eugene, Ore.) rd (Fairfax, Calif.) th (Seattle, Wash.) 2010 T6th (Tempe, Ariz.) th (Stanford, Calif.) *2012 1st (Corvallis, Ore.) st (Los Angeles, Calif) rd (Marana, Ariz.) *Defeated Oregon on second playoff hole Men's Golf Annual Report

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