FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Less than a month after finishing his Razorback career at the NCAA Championship, Taylor Moore has landed on the Golfweek All-American honorable mention list the publication released Wednesday afternoon.
Moore, now a two-time All-American, finished his four-year Arkansas career with a counting score in 129 of his 144 rounds and posted nine top-five individual finishes, including a victory at the 2016 All-American Intercollegiate. He led the Razorbacks with a 71.4 stroke average during his senior campaign and his 72.3 career stroke average is the third-best in program history.
He earned All-SEC honors this spring, making him the sixth player in program history to land on the All-SEC team in three different seasons after being named SEC Co-Freshman of the Year in 2013, followed by second team honors in 2015 and 2016. He was one of five players in the league to earn All-SEC honors three times in the last four years.
During his four-year career, Moore made three appearances at the NCAA National Championship and helped Arkansas post three top-20 finishes nationally, which included a pair of top 15 finishes.
Following his collegiate career, Moore made his way to the Mackenzie Tour PGA Canada and finished second in his first professional event. He is currently T-5th on the Mackenzie Tour money list and will tee it up at the SIGA Dakota Dunes Open this weekend in Saskatoon, Canada.
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