Jamie Lovemark
Jamie Lovemark
rancho santa fe, CA
Turned Pro
Current Index: +3.7

CARLSBAD, Calif (June 5, 2007) -- It has been almost two years since we profiled Jamie Lovemark, after he became the youngest-ever champion of the historic Western Amateur in July of 2007. Since then, he has made the cut in two PGA Tour events, and capped off his first year at USC by winning the NCAA individual title and being named freshman of the year. With Lovemark leading the way, the West Coast took home the lion's share of the awards given annually by the Golf Coaches Association of America following the conclusion of the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship (this year's site was Golden Horseshoe GC in Williamsburg, VA.). Lovemark won every award possible this year: 1.) The Jack Nicklaus Award as Division I Player of the Year “There’s quite a few pretty good names on that trophy, Jamie,’’ Nicklaus said during the trophy presentation at the Memorial Tournament. “If you want to stay around this afternoon, you’ll see probably about 20 of those guys out here playing.’’ 2.) The Phil Mickelson Award as Freshman of the Year 3.) The Arnold Palmer Award as individual NCAA champion Lovemark, who went to Torrey Pines High School, was named to the 10-player Ping/GCAA All-American team and the five-player all-freshman team. Stanford coach Conray Ray won the Dave Williams Award as national Coach of the Year.

Holes-in-one:   1
October 2005 6 iron from 197 yards

High school team
Torrey Pines High School in Del Mar, Ca

Golf destinations wish list
Western Europe, Augusta National, Any US Open venue.

Basketball, Cars, Movies, Friends, Surfing, Football

Tournament Results
2008Men's World Amateur TeamT30
 U.S. AmateurFinal 64
 North & South AmateurMedalist
 North & South AmateurRunner-up
 NCAA Division I West RegionalT16
2007Big Ten/Pac 10 Challenge1st
 NCAA Division I National ChampionshipIndividual Champion
2006Buick Invitational (PGA Tour) @ Torrey PinesT39 (as amateur)
 Western Open (PGA Tour) @ Cog HillT54 (as amateur)
2005Polo Junior Golf Classic1st
 Western Amateur1st
2004Rolex Tournament of Champions1st
 Western Junior1st
DriverTitleist 905T w/Fujikura 757 Speeder X Graphite Shaft
3 WoodTitleist 904 13 degree w/Fujikura pro 95 X Graphite Shaft
5 WoodTitleist w/Fujikura pro 95 X Graphite Shaft
Irons (2-PW)Titleist 690 CB w/True Temper S400 Steel Shaft
Sand WedgeTitleist Prototype - 54 Degrees
Lob WedgeTitleist L grind Spin Milled - 60 Degrees
PutterTitleist-Scotty Cameron newport 2 prototype Standard

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