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Savannah Grewal

Mississauga, Ontario
High School:
Streetsville Secondary High School

Overview:   First Clemson women’s golf signee from Canada, Grewal comes to Clemson from Mississauga, Ontario….had solid first year with  74.47 stroke average third on the team…honorable mention AJGA All-American in 2018…had strong first semester, she was third on the team in stroke average at 73.42…her score counted in 13 of 15 team rounds….only freshman on the Clemson roster…never missed a cut in an AJGA event…in 2017, she became the first Canadian to win the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship that is held at Augusta National, taking the crown in the girls 14-15 Division.

2019-20:  Third on the team in stroke average with 74.47 average… had six rounds at par-or-better, second on the team…had 35 birdies to rank third on the team…had pair of 70s for her top rounds, she had one at Schooner Classic and another at White Sands in the Bahamas…finished in top three among Clemson golfers in each of her first three tournaments…started her career with pair of even-par rounds (72) at the Mason Rudolph and finished 23rd for the 54 holes with 220 score…shot even or better with 217 at the Schooner Fall Classic and finished 38th…had final round 70, second best of the day among Clemson golfers…second best Clemson player at Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel Invitational with 219 total, she finished with 71-71 scores for final 36 holes, best among Clemson golfers…was 38th overall with 219 score …had opening round 70 at White Sands, but slumped to 81 in second round… played in one event in the spring, she finished 33rd at the FSU Matchup, helping Clemson to a third place finish…had 3.04 stroke average on par three holes, best on the team…her 4.75 average on par five holes was second best….had best score of the round three times, all in the fall.

Prior to Clemson: Graduated from Streetsville Secondary High School in Mississauga, Ontario…in 2018, she won the AJGA Hale Irwin Colorado Junior with a one-under par 215 to earn her first AJGA Championship…advanced to the round of 64 at the US Junior Girls Championship… ranked 34th by Golfweek and 12th in her class, and 33rd overall by Junior Golf Scoreboard….highest ranked Canadian junior golfer.