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Alice Hewson

Height:
5'9"
Class:
Senior
Hometown:
Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, UK
High School:
Berkhamsted
BIO

Overall:¬†Three-time first-team All-ACC, the only player in Clemson history to do that‚Ķowner of 40 career records.he still has her senior year‚Ķ named to the 2016 and 2018 GB&I Curtis Cup teams‚Ķ.her score has counted towards Clemson’s team score 95 of 96 career rounds‚Ķshe had a school record 91 consecutive counting scores broken in second round of ACC Tournament‚Ķ ranked 41st in final Golfstat ranking for the second straight year, and 45th by Golfweek as a junior‚Ķearned honorable mention All-American honors by the Golf Coaches Association as a junior‚Ķranked 30th in the final Golfweek/Sagarin rankings for 2016-17, she was No. 41 in the golfstat computer rankings…Clemson’s career leader in stroke average at 72.63, total birdies with 301 and rounds under par at 34‚Ķhas 15 career rounds in the 60s, and 14 top 10 finishes, also both Clemson records‚Ķhad career best and Clemson record 65 twice, at the Cougar Classic on September 14, 2015, and at Schooner Classic on 9-25-17‚Ķshe recorded the first round of 65 in her very first tournament‚Ķit was the best by an ACC women’s golfer that year‚Ķ starter on Clemson’s first team to reach the NCAA National Tournament as the Tigers finished 20th in 2016-17…also made ACC All-Academic team as a freshman ‚Ķ.named the Rookie of the Year among all Clemson athletes for 2015-16 as she won a CLEMMY Award, she was the ACC Rookie of the Year for women’s golf as well‚Ķ.first Clemson women’s golfer to win ACC Freshman of the Year honors, third to be named first-team All-ACC‚Ķ just second Clemson women’s golfer to be All-ACC on the course and in the classroom in same year, Sloan Shanahan also did it in 2013-14…competed for winning GB&I team in the Curtis Cup June 10-12, 2016, it was just second win in 20 years for her country’s team‚Ķranked 77th in final 2015-16 Golfweek/Sagarin women’s individual rankings, she was 79th by Golfstat…veteran of many international tournaments and that has helped her progress on the American college scene‚Ķ ranked no. ¬†35 in World Amateur rankings in late May 2018 and that got her the spot on the GB&I team for the Curtis Cup‚Ķ.strong student with over a 3.0 GPA.

2017-18:¬†Led team in stroke average with 72.10, all-time Clemson record for a season‚Ķalso led squad in rounds in the 60s with 7, top 10s with 5 and under-par rounds with 15‚Ķfinished the year with a #41 national ranking by Golfstat (second straight year) and #45 by Golfweek‚Ķranked 13th in the nation in par four scoring at 4.04‚Ķhad 29th best stroke average at 72.10‚Ķled Clemson team in birdies with 102, she has 301 in her career entering senior year‚Ķ averaged 71.27 in the first round and 72.72 in the final round in 2017-18‚Ķopened with a score of 72 or better in nine of her 11 tournaments‚Ķher score counted in 29 of her 30 rounds‚ĶACC Golfer of the Month for September‚Ķ.had best score of the round for Clemson 14 times and was Clemson‚Äôs best player in eight of the 11 tournaments‚Ķher final round 65 at the Schooner Fall Classic tied her own Clemson record‚Ķbig reason Clemson finished second in the national field‚Ķ not only did she have four rounds in the 60s, all four rounds were 67 or better‚Ķ had three consecutive top 10 finishes to start the fall, including third-place at the Schooner Fall Classic at the University of Oklahoma‚Ķfinished sixth at the Mason Rudolph to start the year, that performance included second round 66‚Ķ.had opening 67 and closing record tying 65 at the Schooner leading to a season best 205 score for the 54 holes‚Ķfinished sixth at the Betsy Rawls at the University of Texas, that performance included a second round 67‚Ķ.Clemson‚Äôs top golfer for each of the first three tournaments of the fall with those top 10 finishes‚Ķhad season high 15 birdies at the Schooner Fall Classic‚Ķ.had four top 15 finishes in the spring, including winning the Clemson Invitational with a 206 score, 10-under-par‚Ķmade birdie on each of her last two holes to win the Clemson Invitational by a shot‚Ķfinished with 14 birdies for the tournament‚Ķfinished ninth at the ACC Tournament, a second round when her score did not count for the first time after 91 counters, held her back‚Ķfinished strong 16th at the NCAA regional thanks to three consecutive rounds of 71….shot 71 or better in five of her last six rounds of the year.

In 2016-17:¬†Ranked 41st in the nation in final Golfstat Cup and No. 30 according to Golfweek..‚Ķranked 18th in the nation in par four scoring with a 4.06 average, she is 16th in total birdies with 111‚Ķ.also among the best in the nation in terms of fewest putts per round with 30.08‚Ķled the Clemson team in stroke average with a then Clemson season record 72.39‚Ķled team in rounds in the 60s with six, top 10 finishes with six, under par rounds with 12‚Ķ very consistent with 32 of her first 33 rounds at 75 or better‚ĶNCAA National Tournament course had average of 79 for all the players and she did not hit the 75 mark….just three-over-par for her first 33 rounds of the year‚Ķstarted the year with a 203 at the Schooner Classic in Oklahoma, the lowest 54 hole score in Clemson history‚Ķhad rounds of 66-70-67 for 10-under-par figure that led to second-place finish‚Ķthat 66 is the second lowest round in Clemson history‚Ķthe -10 score was also a Clemson record for 54 holes‚Ķcame back with another second-place at the Greenville Regional in Greenville, North Carolina‚Ķfinished the fall with 216 score and 13th place at Landfall Tradition‚Ķstarted the spring strong with a pair of top five finishes‚Ķfinished fifth at the UCF Challenge to help lead Clemson to its first tournament win‚Ķshe shot 209, -7 for the 54 holes‚Ķhad a pair of 68s in that tournament‚Ķafter consecutive 21st place finishes at Gator Invitational and LSU, she came back with an eighth place at the Clemson Invitational‚ĶClemson’s second best player at ACC Tournament with a 217 score and 11th place‚Ķhad opening round 70 that included seven birdies, tying her Clemson record for a single round‚ĶClemson’s top player at the NCAA Regional with eighth place at one-under-par 215‚Ķfirst Clemson women to shoot under par at an NCAA Tournament‚Ķ.had the best score of the day in 20 of Clemson’s 36 rounds, and was Clemson’s top player in eight of the 12 events‚ĶClemson’s best player on par four holes with a 4.06 and best on par five holes at 4.82‚Ķ.made at least 10 birdies in each of her last four events and seven of the 11 tournaments‚Ķhad 14 birdies at Oklahoma to start season, her high figure for the year‚Ķvery consistent, averaged 72.50 in first rounds and 71.75 in last rounds….hit fairways .683 with her drives and hit greens in regulation .654.

In 2015-16:¬†First-team All-ACC and ACC Rookie of the Year‚Ķhad a 73.43 stroke average, second best on the team‚Ķplayed in all 10 tournaments and all 30 rounds‚Ķ Clemson’s leader in stroke average in the fall of 2015 with a 71.75 figure‚Ķ had three top 10 finishes, but two were wins‚Ķ 65 in her second career round was Clemson record and ended up being best round of the year by an ACC women’s golfer‚Ķ first golfer in Clemson history, male or female, to win first two career events‚Ķco-medalist with Taylor Tomlinson of Florida in her first event, the Cougar Classic in Charleston, SC‚Ķshot six-under-par 210 for the 54 holes, including a second round 65 that broke the Clemson record by three shots‚Ķseven-under-par for that day also set a Clemson record for low score vs. par‚Ķthen won the Lady Paladin Invitational at Furman University with a 213 score‚Ķher first round 67 was the second lowest round in Clemson history and one shot off the Lady Paladin Tournament record‚ĶACC Women’s Golfer of the Month for September‚Ķalso named National Amateur of the Month by the Southern Golf Association for the month of September‚Ķ then finished sixth at the Yale Intercollegiate and 24th at the Landfall Tradition to finish the fall‚Ķoverall, ¬†had seven under-par rounds and nine at par or better for her freshman season‚Ķ22 of her 30 rounds were at 75 or better‚Ķ consistent player in the spring who had a top 25 finish in each of her last four tournaments, only Clemson player to do that‚Ķfinished 21st at Briar’s Creek, 18th at Clemson Invitational, 19th at ACC Tournament and 20th at NCAA Regional‚Ķtied for Clemson’s best player at the ACC Tournament with the 19th place finish, she helped Clemson to program best sixth place out of the 12 teams‚ĶClemson’s second best player in the other three events that ended the year‚Ķ.10th in the nation according to Golfstat in birdie conversion at 25.4 percent‚Ķgot off to good starts all year with a 72.60 stroke average in opening rounds, 41st best in the nation‚Ķaveraged 3.13 strokes on par three holes, second on the team‚Ķled team in par five scoring average at 4.85‚Ķhad one eagle and 88 birdies‚Ķher 88 birdies were second on the team‚Ķonly player whose score counted in all 30 rounds‚Ķhad best round of the day nine times and best tournament four times‚Ķaveraged 30.81 putts per round and hit greens in regulation at .652‚Ķput drives in the fairway 80.2 percent of the time.

Before Clemson:¬† Competed against strong competition internationally‚Ķ.ranked No. 46 in the European Women’s Amateur Rankings on August 15, 2015 as she entered Clemson‚Ķcompeted for Great Britain and Ireland team in the Vagliano Trophy at Malone Golf Club in Belfast, Northern Ireland in June of 2015‚Ķone of nine players on that team‚Ķ.in summer of 2015 finished fourth at the English Women’s Amateur with a 293 score, five over par‚Ķfinished 16th at Irish Women’s open… finished sixth at the Spanish Ladies Amateur‚Ķreached the Elite Eight of the 2014 British Women’s Amateur‚Ķonce made 10 birdies in a round at St. Andrews‚Ķcomes to Clemson from Berkhamstead School in Berkhamstread, Herfortshirt, United Kingdom‚Ķ gained individual victories at the Critchley Salver and the U-18 St Rule Trophy, with a gross score of -9 on the Old Course at St. Andrews and a -6 on the Old Course at Sunnigdale, respectively‚Ķ. added a team victory at the Junior Home Internationals‚Ķ.her 2013 season saw victories in the Daily Telegraph, The European Young Masters and the Scottish U16 Championships‚Ķalso won the Long Drive Contest at the 2013 Telegraph Junior Championship…in 2010 was the England U13 Champion‚Ķ.majoring in Business administration at Clemson.

 

Personality Profile

Who is your favorite Professional Golfer: Jordan Speith

Favorite Athlete Outside of Golf: Michael Phelps

Favorite Course I have Played: TPC Sawgrass, Stadium

Course I would like to Play: Augusta National

All time low round: -9 on The Old Course, St. Andrews

Best part of my game: Driving accuracy

I need to improve on: Short game from the American rough

My best club is a: pitching wedge

 

Hole in one shots:

1) 2005, Redbourne GC, Hole#7, 9 iron

2) 2010, John O’Gaunt, Hole 16, 7 iron

 

My dream foursome is myself and: Jordan Speith, Phil Mickelson, Rory Mclroy

Who has had the most influence on your athletic career: My family

What is your favorite hobby: swimming

When I finish my playing career I would like to: Start a golf school somewhere

 

Alice Hewson Tournament by Tournament 2015-16

Date         Tournament                 1-2-3     Par      Tot   Pl.

9/13-15 Cougar Classic         71-65-74      -6    210   #1

9/20-22 Lady Paladin           67-73-73      -3    213    1

10/9-11 Yale                       75-72-71      +5    218    6

10/23-25                             Landfall Tradition 71-77-72   +4        220      24

2/14-16 Lady Puerto Rico      73-79-77    +13    229   48

2/21-23 Allstate Sugar Bowl  70-74-79      +7    223   36

3/21-22 Briar’s Creek           71-74-73      +2    218   21

4/1-3     Clemson Invitational 74-76-70      +2    220   18

4/15-17 ACC Tournament      77-73-73      +7    223   19

5/5-7     NCAA Regional        77-75-77    +13    229   20

#Co medalist with Taylor Tomlinson of Florida

 

Alice Hewson Tournament by Tournament, 2016-17

Date       Tournament             1-2-3           Par      Tot   Pl.

9/24-25 Schooner Classic     66-70-67    -10    203    2

10/2-4   Cougar Classic         73-72-74      +3    219   34

10/17-18                             Greenville Regional 76-74-71            +5        221      2

10/28-30                             Landfall Tradition 73-72-71   E          216      13

2/5-7     UCF Challenge         68-73-68      -7    209    5

2/19-20 Sugar Bowl              73-70-71      -2    214    5

3/11-12 Gator Invitational     74-74-72    +10    220   21

3/24-26 LSU Tiger Classic     74-74-73      +5    221   21

3/31-2   Clemson Invitational 73-74-68      -1    215    8

4/13-15 ACC Tournament      70-72-75      +1    217   11

5/8-10   NCAA Regional        69-72-74      -1    215    8

5/19-22 NCAA National         81-78-77    +20    236   74

 

Alice Hewson Tournament by Tournament, 2017-18

Date       Tournament             1-2-3           Par      Tot   Pl.

9/15-17 Mason Rudolph          74-66-70       -6    210    8

9/23-25   Schooner Classic      67-73-65       -8    205    3

10/9-10   Betsy Rawls             70-67-81       +2    218    6

10/27-28 Landfall Tradition     75-74           +5    149   39

2/18-20   Sugar Bowl              71-79-77     +11    227   32

2/27       Houston Dickson       72                  E      72   14

3/10-11   Sun Trust Gator        72-72-70       +4    214   13

3/23-25   Clemson Invitational  70-69-67      -10    206    1

4/6-7      Bryan National         72-75-85     +16    232   47

4/21-23   ACC Tournament       70-79-68       +1    217    9

5/7-9      NCAA Regional        71-71-71       -3    213   16

 

      Hewson Career Statistics

  Year     Trn  Rd   Stks  60s  75-   Par  -Par     Avg  10 BR  BT

2015-16 10 30 2203     2   22     2     7 73.43   3 65 210

2016-17 12 36 2606     6   32     4    12 72.39   6 66 203

  2017-18 11 30 2163     7   25     3    15 72.10   5 65 205

Totals   33  96 6972   15   79     9    19 72.63  14 65 203