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  Rebecca Durham
Rebecca Durham

Player Profile

St. Simons Island, GA

High School:
Glynn Academy



2010-11 (Senior):Competed in 11 events finishing wih a stroke average of 75.6 in 33 rounds of play... stroke average was third lowest on team...tied for 46that the NCAA Fall Preview carding rounds of 76, 66 and 82 (224, +8)...round of 66 was the lowest score of the season on team...carded rounds of 73, 75 and 75 to tie for 54that the Mason Rudolph Women's Championships (219, +3)...shot opening round 71 on way to tie for 54that the Pac-10/SEC Challenge (228, +15)...carded rounds of 71, 81 and 76...carded rounds of 78, 80 and 81 at the Arizona Wildcat Invitational to tie for 59th(239, +23)...tied for 16that the Peg Barnard Invitational firing rounds of 76 and 75 (151, +9)...carded rounds of 78, 78 and 74 at the Bruin-Wave Invitational to tie for 33rd(230, +14)...tied for 34that the PING/ASU Invitational carding rounds of 76, 75 and 74 (225, +9)...tied for 22ndat the Pac-10 Championships with rounds of 73, 76 and 76 (225, +9)...carded rounds of 75, 73 and 79 at the NCAA Central Regional to finish tied for 27th(227, +11)...tied for 74that the NCAA Championships with rounds of 79, 78, 75 and 75 (307, +19).

2009-10 (Junior):Played in all 11 events and finished with the third-lowest stroke average on the team at 75.3...best finish came at the 36-hole Peg Barnard Invitational, where she finished third at 147 (+5) to help Stanford to the team title...shot her lowest round of the season in her first tournament of the year at the rain-shortened Mason Rudolph Invitational, firing a first round, one-under 70...followed up with a 73 and finished tied for 25thin the event...tied for 33rdat the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational after rounds of 78, 78 and 82 (238)...was the team's top finisher at the Stanford Intercollegiate, where she tied for 17that 215 (+3) after rounds of 73, 71 and 71...fashioned a third place finish at the Peg Barnard Invitational on rounds of 77 and 70...final round helped Stanford erase an eight-shot final round deficit to overtake Cal for the team title...opened the spring with a tie for 12that the Wildcat Invitational in Tucson...carded rounds of 74 and 73 to finish at 147 (+5) in the rain-shortened event...narrowly missed another top-10 finish at the Bruin-Wave Invitational where she finished tied for 13that 218 (+2) on rounds of 70, 71 and 77...tied for 39that the Betsy Rawls Invitational in Austin, Texas with a 233 (+17) on rounds of 79, 77 and 77...finished at six-over 222 at the PING/ASU Invitational where she tied for 38thplace (76-72-74)...finished in 36thplace at the Pac-10 Championships in Tempe, Ariz., with a 238 (+36) on rounds of 78, 82 and 78...tied for 20that the NCAA Regional at Stanford Golf Course after rounds of 73, 77 and 73 (223; +10)...tied for 112that the NCAA Championships in Wilmington, N.C., with a 72-hole score of 311...opened with a one-under 71 followed by rounds of 79, 78 and 83.

2008-09 (Sophomore):Played in seven of eight events and finished with a stroke average of 76.33, which was the third best on the squad behind Mari Chun (75.12) and Sydney Burlison (76.04)...placed 70thin her first start of the fall at the Mason Rudolph Invitational (80-74-79; 233)...10thplace finish (73-80-75; 228) at the Idean Ihlanfeldt Invitational helped the Cardinal to the team title...posted her second straight top-10 finish in her next event at the Stanford Intercollegiate where she tied for ninth after rounds of 70, 72 and 70 (212)...tied for 44that the Norman Grumman Invitational (81-80-79-240) and 63rdat the PING/Arizona State Invitational (78-81-76; 235)...turned in her best showing of the spring at the Pac-10 Championships held at Stanford Golf Course, where she tied for 16thafter rounds of 75, 74 and 71 (220)...tied for 51stat the NCAA Central Regional (76-77-82; 235)...first team All-Pac-10 academic selection...also was a NGCA Scholastic All-America selection.

2007-08 (Freshman):Competed in 10 tournaments for the Cardinal during her freshman campaign...best finish came at the Peg Barnard Invitational where she finished seventh...also had two other top-25 finishes at the Arizona Wildcat Invitational and the NCAA West Regional where she shot her tournament season low of 225...her tie for 22ndat the NCAA West Regional was the second highest finish for the Cardinal...shot a season-best round of 69 in her first collegiate round at the Franklin Rudolph Championship...posted a score of 225 at the PING/ASU Invitational where she finished tied for 38th...finished 34that the Pac-10 Championships.

Amateur Competition Beyond Stanford: Won the 2009 Georgia Top 60 Women's Classic at Reynolds Landing Golf Course in Greensboro, Georgia, June 29-30...fired a final round 71 in stormy conditions to claim the title...successfully defended her title in 2010 with a four-stroke victory over Laura Coble at the West Lake Country Club...carded a 10-under 206 to capture the SunCoast Ladies Series event at the Rio Pinar Country Club in Orlando in August of 2010...fired rounds of 65, 72 and 69 to win the event by 12 strokes.

High School and Personal Data:Graduated from the Glynn Academy in Brunswick, Ga ... four-year letterwinner ... earned four regional and state championships (three in 5-A division and another in 4-A division) ... three-time team MVP ... two-time regional medalist (2006-07) ... Georgia 4-A state champion medalist ... Georgia Golf Association Division 4-A Player of the Year ... 2006-07 AJGA HP Scholastic All-American ... winner of the AJGA Heritage Junior Classic in July...parents are Jim and Kathleen ... has one sister, Sarah... hobbies include reading, watching movies, playing tennis, spending time with friends...majoring in psychology with a minor in English.

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Teeing It Up With Rebecca
My favorite place on campus:
The Oval
Place I would most like to visit:
Rome, London, Central America
If I could bring something from my hometown to Stanford, it would be:
Real sweet tea
My favorite sport other than golf:
I am most thankful for:
My family
My parents were right when they told me:
To never give up
My favorite midnight snack is:
Hot chocolate
The athlete that I admire most:
Tiger Woods, Herschel Walker
Favorite movie:
Gladiator and Forrest Gump
Best book I have ever read:
East of Eden

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