Alexandra Swayne

Maineville, Ohio & The US Virgin Islands
High School:
Kings High School

Overall:  Comes to Clemson from Kings High School in Ohio where she was ranked as the top player in Ohio by National Junior Scoreboard, the AJGA and Golfweek….according to Golfweek, ranked 52nd overall, 14th in the class of 2018 and first in Ohio… played Symetra Tour event in Ohio in late June 2018 and finished in a tie for 44th after rounds of 72-72-72…won the 14-15 year old division at the National Drive, Chip and Putt competition at Augusta National in 2015 ….as a senior led the state of Ohio in stroke average per nine holes with a 35.41 figure.


Before Clemson: Had five top five finishes in AJGA events, including medalist honors at Penn State with a 54-hole score of three-under-par…..finished third at Carribean Amateur in August 2018…finished third at the Dustin Johnson Junior Amateur in May 2018…had opening round 68 and led the tournament after the first day…also third at Memorial Junior and third at Justin Thomas Junior…fourth at Randy Wise Junior…21st at Rolex Junior Girls Championship…named All-City, and All-State when she  finished fourth at the state tournament….shot an eight-under 64 at the Optimist International qualifier at Yankee  Trace GC in Dayton Ohio…shot another eight-under 64 to win the ECC conference championship at Walden Ponds in Hamilton Ohio… as a senior played on ECC Conference championship team that qualified for the district tournament for the first time…first-team all-city, first-team all-state …finished 4th in the Division 1 state championship (high school)…played in high school as a freshman and senior…as a freshman had 39.37 average, second in the conference…first-team All-City and All-Conference as a freshman….played her high school golf for Brian Parkhurst.


Personal:  Born Alexandra Swayne on  April 27, 2000 in Cincinnati, Ohio…daughter of Chuck and Julianne Swayne….her father played tennis at University of Wisconsin and the University of Tennessee….he held a world ranking for over eight years and played professionally for five years.