1998-99 Saw action in 12 tournaments to finish the season with a stroke average of 75.05...Had two top 10 finishes... Was named to the All-SEC second team...Finished 80th at the NCAA Championship tournament...Contributed to UFs third-place finish at the NCAA East Regionals with a 16-over-par 229...Tied for 15th while competing in his first SEC Championships tournament...Recorded a career-low finish, fourth, at the Louisiana Classics, carding a 2-under-par 214...Competed at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship shot an 11-over-par to tie for 34th...Tied for seventh at the Gator Invitational, his first competition helped the Gators to a first place finish, his 2-over-par was a career-low...Tied for 14th at the C.C. of Louisiana Intercollegiate...Shot a 12-over-par 228 at the Preview invitational to tie for 35th...Tied for 24th in his first collegiate tournament, the Ridges Intercollegiate...AMATEUR COMPETITION Competed at the World Junior Team Championship in Tokyo, Japan...Tallied a 2-1-1 record at the AJGA Canon Cup in Sacramento, Calif.... PREP Attended Ellenville HS in Ellenville, N.Y., where he was also a member of the high school band...Was a six-year letterwinner under coach Frank Muller...Named the Freeman Sportsman of the Year in 1998...Was the New York State Champion in 1998...Is a two-time North/South Junior Champion...Qualified for the BC Open, a PGA Tour event, missing the cut by one stroke...Was a Rolex All-American in 1996 and 97...PERSONAL Born Feb. 8, 1980 in Middletown, N.Y...Enjoys music... Named Fred Couples as his favorite sports personality...PARENTS - Geoff and Betty Walsh ...MAJOR Undecided.
|Taylor Walsh - Career Stats|
|Best Rounds||Rds Under Par||Top-10 Finishes|
|Best Finish:||4th, 1999 Louisiana Classics|
|Low Round:||65 (-5), 1999 NationsBank Gator Invitational|
|Low Tourney Score:||212 (+2), 1999 NationsBank Gator Invitational|