02/15 - TBA
MGF at Gator Invitational - 36 Holes
02/16 - TBA
MGF at Gator Invitational - Final RD
02/21 - TBA
MGF at Bayou City Collegiate Championships - RD 1
02/22 - TBA
MGF at Bayou City Collegiate Championships - RD 2
02/23 - TBA
MGF at Bayou City Collegiate Championships - Final RD
03/02 - TBA
MGF at Querencia Cabo Collegiate Invitational - RD 1
03/03 - TBA
MGF at Querencia Cabo Collegiate Invitational - RD 2
03/04 - TBA
MGF at Querencia Cabo Collegiate Invitational - Final RD
Courtesy: Patrick Pierson
Summer of 2013
Represented Denmark in the European Amateur Team Championships at Silkeborg Golf Club in Denmark … finished stroke play in ninth place after rounds of 75 and 71 … went 1-1-1 in match play, defeating Nathan Kimsey of England and halved with Kevin Phelan of Ireland, both of which played in the Walker Cup for Great Britain and Ireland … won the Lȕbker Amateur Masters by 11 strokes, carding a 75-70(-2)-69(-3)/214(-2).
As A Sophomore (2012-13)
Played in 10 tournaments, including all eight in the spring, and finished with a 73.6 stroke average over 29 rounds … produced a counting score in 23 of 29 rounds, including six that were under-par … shot in the 60s three times … finished with two top 5s and three top 20s … carded 78 birdies and a team-high three eagles … team low-man in eight rounds and one tournament … posted consecutive top 5s, starting with the General Hackler Championship where an opening round four-under 68 helped him hold the 36-hole lead before tying for fifth place … tied for third at the Don Puckette National Invitational with rounds of 70(-2)-67(-5)-73/210(-6) … five-under 67 in round two featured an eagle and six birdies, as he finished the Invitational with 16 birdies … posted a second round even-par 70 at the SEC Championship and tied for 59th … tied for 26th at the NCAA Fayetteville Regional with a 74-80-71(-1)/225 scorecard … shot 222 (73-72-77) at the NCAA Championship … earned a spot on the Athletic Department’s Athletic Director’s List (3.50-3.99) both semesters.
As A Freshman (2011-12)
Joined the team in January … played in six tournaments, posting a 73.6 stroke average over 18 rounds ... had one top 10 and two top 20 finishes … team’s top finisher in his first-ever SEC Championship thanks to a 72-70(E)-71/213 that tied him for 15th overall … score of 213 tied for the seventh-best posted by a Razorback at the SEC Championship … was also the team’s low-man at The Woodlands All-American, leading the Razorbacks to a team title with a three-round six-under 210, good for a tie for third place … opened The Woodlands with a season-low five-under 67 that was one of his three under-par rounds in the spring, including two in the 60s … carded 47 birdies and had a counting score in 11 of 15 rounds as part of the five-member team … was the low-man in four rounds … earned a spot on the Athletic Department’s Athletic Director’s list (3.5-3.99) for spring semester.
Sorensen by the Numbers
Low-Man: 3 of 15 tournaments | 12 of 44 rounds
Counting Score: 34 of 44 rounds
Top 5s: 3
Top 10s: 3
Top 15s: 5
Top 20s: 5
Tournaments Under-Par: 2
Under-Par Rounds: 9
Even-Par Rounds: 4
Low Round: 67, twice, last in the 2nd round of the Don Puckette National Invitational (Mar. 16, 2013)
Low 18: 67 at The Woodlands All-American Intercollegiate (Apr. 9, 2012)
Low 18 vs. Par: 67 (-5) at The Woodlands All-American Intercollegiate (Apr. 9, 2012)
Low 54: 210, twice, last at the Don Puckette National Invitational (Mar. 16-17, 2013)
Low 54 vs. Par: 210 (-6), twice, last at the Don Puckette National Invitational (Mar. 16-17, 2013)
National team player for his native Denmark since 2011 ... junior national team player since 2007 ... won the 2011 Danish Stroke Play Championship ... shot a career best nine-under par 62 at Hjorring Golf Club in 2008 ... participated in the 2011 European Men’s Team Championship in Portugal ... won the Danish Junior in 2010 ... tied for eighth at the Junior World Cup in Japan in 2010 ... holds a personal best score of 14-under par which he set at the Tournament for Members in his native Hjorring.
Born on Nov. 19, 1992 ... son of Bente Sorensen ... recreation and sports management major.