Brock Mackenzie

At Washington

‣ Was the most decorated player in Washington golf history at the end of his career
‣ UW’s first three-time All-Pac-10 first-team selection
‣ First-team PING All-America in 2003
‣ One of five finalists for the 2004 Hogan Award
‣ Held UW records for career victories (four), top-10 finishes (32), rounds played (158) and the season-season record for top-10s (11, in 2002)
‣ Led the team in stroke average for all four years
‣ Set UW record for season stroke average with 70.39 in 2004, breaking his own record, set in 2002
‣ Fourth at 2004 Pac-10 Championships; fifth at 2003 NCAA Championships
‣ Carded a 12-under par 60 at the Oregon Duck Invitational in 2002
‣ Second-team All-America as a sophomore
‣ Second-team All-Pac-10 as a freshman in 2001, when he finished 28th at NCAAs
‣ Won the 2003 Husky Invitational, the 2003 Duck Invitational, the 2001 Prestige and the 2002 Cleveland Golf Classic

Prior to and After Washington

‣ Played on the 2003 U.S. Walker Cup Team, finishing with three wins in his three matches
‣ Played in the 2004 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills
‣ Made the round of 32 at the 2003 U.S. Amateur
‣ Won the National Capitol Open on the PGA Tour Canada in 2016
‣ Finished second on the PGA Tour Canada Order of Merit in 2016, earning a spot on the Tour, where he’s still an active player
‣ Has played professionally since 2005
‣ His sister, Paige, had an outstanding college career at UW, and played professionally for a number of years before becoming an announcer on the Golf Channel