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Finished fourth on the team with a 73.38 scoring average in seven tournaments... Tied for the team's second-lowest round of the season with a 67 in the third round at the Border Olympics and the second round of the Rice Intercollegiate... Ranked third on the team with four rounds in the 60s. Fall - Made his season debut at the Harold Funston Invitational... Tied his career high with an opening-round 69 and finished seventh with a score of 216... Finished with a score of 220 to tie for 15th at the HBU Husky Invitational. Spring - Posted a career-low 67 in the second round of the Rice Intercollegiate... Finished in sixth at that event with a score of 214... Birdied six of his first seven holes to start the second round... Fired a second-round 69 at the Bayou City Collegiate Championship... Posted a final-round 67 with nine birdies at the Border Olympics... Tied for fifth at that tournament with a score of 216... Started the final round with a double bogey but birdied four of the next six holes... Capped his day with five birdies during his last six holes.
Fall - Made his season debut at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic... Finished in a tie for 28th at that event... Opened with an even-par 71 and followed with a 69 during the first day of the HBU Husky Invitational... Finished in a tie for seventh with a score of 216. Spring - Tied for 70th at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational to open the spring season... Posted three straight rounds of par or better at the Jim West Intercollegiate... Posted a score of 214 to tie for eighth place... Ended the tournament with a final-round 70.
One of only three players to compete in all 11 tournaments. Fall - Made his collegiate debut at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic... Tied for 41st at that tournament with a score of 224... Led the Cougars with a final-round 71 at the Cabo Collegiate... Finished in a tie for 22nd place at that event. Spring - Tied for 23rd at the season-opening Rice Intercollegiate with a score of 219... Fired a 69 in the opening round of that event... Posted a 69 in the second round at the Border Olympics to post the Cougars' lowest score at at that tournament... Recorded the Cougars' lowest round of the Conference USA Championships with an opening-round 69.
Earned his Under 23 Central Gauteng Interprovincial Colours in 2010... Rose as high as No. 7 in the national amateur rankings... Finished second at the South Africa Amateur Strokeplay at Pearl Valley Golf Estates... Placed fourth at the 2009 Northern Amateur Tournament... Won the South African Under 18 Al-Africa Games in 2008... Finished first at the South Africa National Order of Merit Tournament at Orkney... Was the runner-up at the 2006 South African Boys Under 18 Championship... Also won th Krugersdorp Junior Open Tournament that year.
Full name is Bryn Colin Flanagan... Born July 30, 1991, in Johannesburg, South Africa... Son of Noel and Jacqueline Flanagan... Comes from athletic family.. Father Noel played international hockey in 1964... Brother Lenn is a golf professional and director of Wanderers Golf Club in Johannesburg.. Sister Leigh competed in gymnastics and is now a coach and judge... Majoring in kinesiology-sports administration.
March 16, 2013
Feb. 4, 2013
HBU Husky Invitational
Feb. 4, 2013
Oct. 24, 2011
Jim West Intercollegiate