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Lindsay May

Auburn, N.Y.
High School:
Auburn High School

Overview:  Veteran of 10 tournaments over the last two years, five each year…had career best 14th place finish at FSU Matchup in March of 2020, but pandemic ended the season…improved from 76.92 average as a freshman to 75.73 as a sophomore, she has career average of 76.29…had career best 70 in third round of the Mason Rudolph as a sophomore, that round helped Clemson to second place finish as it was the top round by a Tiger that day…she was in the Clemson lineup all five tournaments she played as a sophomore and three times in five appearances as a freshman… had a freshman season best 73 at Tar Heel Invitational… much improved in fall of 2019 with a 74.89 average…has 47 career birdies… part of a strong Clemson golf family from New York, her cousin David May was ACC Co-Champion in 2006…named the ACC Academic Honor Roll for 2018-19….her score has counted 17 of 25 rounds in the Clemson lineup.

2019-20:  Had 75.73 stroke average, sixth best on the team, but improved by 1.19 strokes per round over her freshman year…finished 32nd at Mason Rudolph with a six-over-par score of 222…that included career best final round 70 that was the best score of the tournament by a Clemson golfer…finished the Schooner Fall Classic with a 71 in the final round…finished 53rd with a 220 score, that is the low 54-hole score of her career…in the lineup for the Tigers at the Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel Invitational…shot a solid second round 73…. In both spring events…finished 14th at the FSU Matchup, helping Tigers to third place finish…that is best finish of her career…just two shots off a top 10 finish…played her score counted in nine of 15 rounds playing for the Clemson team….had best score of the day twice…had 74.4 stroke average in opening round of tournaments.

In 2018-19:  Seventh on the team in stroke average as a freshman with 76.92 average…had 19 birdies in 13 rounds….in the starting lineup for first two tournaments of the year, she finished 50th at Mason Rudolph with  a 152 score and 39th at the Tar Heel Invitational with +7,  223 score…showed consistency at that tournament with rounds of 74-73-76…finished her year with 49th place on rounds of 74-75 at Clemson Invitational…led the team in percentage of drives in the fairway at 85 percent….her score counted for 8 of 10 rounds…had solid 3.10 stroke average on par three holes…had best round of the day once,  the first round at Tar Heel Invitational when she had a 74.

Before Clemson:   Ranked as the No. 4 player in the state of New York by Junior Golf Scoreboard at end of her junior career ….a three-time New York State Champion, as she won the tournament in 2014, 2015 and 2016, she finished second in spring of 2017 and sixth in 2018… first woman to win three straight state championships in New York… four-time regional champion… played in US Juniors in 2018, made match play at same event in summer of 2017 and 2016…in 2016 she won the New York State Amateur by eight shots…five-time All-League selection, including as an eighth grader… set state record for lowest score 70-70 (140) for NYSPHSAA Girl’s Golf Championship in 10th grade…won 2015 Believe to Achieve Female Athlete Award –  presented by Syracuse Sports Corporation…finished sixth at state tournament in June of 2018 and reached US Juniors in July… as a junior finished second at state tournament with scores of 71-71, lost by just two shots….qualified and played in the 2017 USGA Girls Junior Championship…qualified and played in the 2017 Junior PGA Championship…qualified and played in 2017 Scott Robertson Memorial… as a sophomore, finished in first-place at state high school tournament and first place at 2016 state amateur…had rounds of 67-73 in winning that tournament….. reached Round of 64 at 2016 USGA Girls Junior Championship…. 2016 AJGA Rolex Girls Junior participant…as a freshman won the 2015 state championship….second at 2015 NYS Women’s Amateur…sixth at 2015 AJGA IZOD Championship…fourth at AJGA Junior All-Star at Ravenwood…qualified and played in 2015 Junior PGA…won the state championship as an eighth grader…named to national honor society all four years, two time class vice president… played her high school golf for Sarah Pitcher.

Personal:  Born Lindsay Georgia May on April 11, 2000 in Auburn, NY…daughter of Michael and Lynn May.