Tulsa's Inglis Named Ping All-Region Selection
June 1, 2004
Tulsa, Oklahoma - University of Tulsa senior golfer David Inglis was named to the Central Region Ping All-Region Team for the second consecutive season, it was announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA).
Inglis burst onto the collegiate golf scene as a freshman in the 2000-01 season and earned second-team All-America honors. After a sub-par sophomore season, Inglis garnered second-team All-America accolades again as a junior.
This year, Inglis placed among the top-10 six times and had nine top-20 performances in his 12 tournaments. He had three first-place finishes and finished the year with a 72.0 stroke average.
In his career, Inglis had 38 top-20 finishes, and 23 top-10 performances in 52 tournaments. He finished among the top-5 in 23 events, and won eight career tournaments.
Inglis also earned first-team all-WAC accolades in each of his four seasons, was named WAC Player of the Week 10 times in his four years and was the WAC's individual medalist in each of his four seasons as well. He became only the second golfer in the history of college golf to win four consecutive conference championships. Texas' Justin Leonard was the first collegiate golfer to accomplish that feat.
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