Charles Warren won the 1997 NCAA Championship in men’s golf, the only Clemson golfer in history to win that tournament. He also finished second in 1998, his senior year, when he won the Dave Williams Award as the outstanding senior golfer in the nation. The native of Columbia, who is the son of a former University of South Carolina cheerleader, won the ACC Championship in 1997 and 1998, the only Clemson golfer to win that tournament twice. He is the only ACC golfer in history to win the ACC Tournament and the NCAA Championship in the same year.
A three-time All-ACC player and three-time All-American, Warren was named the IPTAY Athlete of the Year for the 1996-97 academic year and was named to the ACC’s 50-year Anniversary men’s golf team in 2003. Warren won two Nationwide Tour events in 2004 and is currently playing on the PGA Tour.
Warren was inducted into the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame in 2005.
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