Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
2012-13: Played 31 rounds over 11 tournaments ... finished with a 73.3 stroke average with eight under-par rounds and three even-par efforts ... second on the team in putting (29.23 putts per round) ... recorded five top 20 finishes, including a career-best second place showing at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate ... shot back-to-back rounds of 70 to tie for third at the rain-shortened John Hayt Invitational ... was in the lineup for four of Duke’s five team championships ... shot even-par 216 to finish tied for 10th at the Rod Myers Invitational ... also had top 20 finishes at the Bash at the Beach, Wolfpack Spring Open and ACC Championship.
2011-12: Member of the All-ACC Academic team ... played in 11 tournaments for a total of 32 rounds ... fourth on the team with a 73.3 stroke average ... recorded five top 20 finishes, including a pair of top 10 showings ... was second on the team in par 5 scoring (4.75) and third in fairways hits (.723) ... registered nine under-par rounds and tied for the team lead with four even-par efforts ... fired a five-under 208 (70-71-67) to finish tied for seventh at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate ... tied for ninth at the O’Briant-Jensen Memorial ... also had top 20 finishes at the Rod Myers Invitational, Irish Creek Collegiate and River Landing Intercollegiate ... posted a 3-1 record during the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship.
SUMMER, 2011: Won the Santee Amateur on the second playoff hole ... shot 69-72=141 to reach the playoff ... posted an 18-under 270 (69-69-65-67) to win the Rice Planters Amateur ... shot 70-72=142 (E) to reach a playoff at the U.S. Amateur ... reached match play at the South Carolina Amateur ... also played in the Dogwood Invitational, Southern Amateur and Palmetto Amateur.
2010-11: Member of the All-ACC Academic team ... posted a 73.9 stroke average ... best finish was a tie for seventh with a 69-72-74=215 (-1) at the U.S. Collegiate Championship ... posted four under-par rounds with two rounds in the 60s ... also had two even-par rounds ... finished tied for 15th at the Irish Creek Collegiate while playing as an individual ... posted a team-low 72 in the final round of the NCAA Championship to help Duke advance to match play ... went 5-1-1 in match play as Duke won the Callaway Collegiate Match Play and reached the semifinals of the NCAA Championship.
PREP: Three-time SCISA 3-A individual state champion (2006-08) … four-time SCISA 3-A Golfer of the Year (2006-09) … led Pinewood to four SCISA 3-A state championships and two runner-up finishes … had a 36.0 stroke average as a senior ... named Region Player of the Year five times (2006-10) … a seven-time all-state selection … shot 67-70 to win the 2009 SCISA AAA championship ... compiled a stroke average of 34.0 as a junior and 35.0 as a sophomore … selected Lowcountry High School Golfer of the Year four times (2006-09).
JUNIOR GOLF: Three-time Rolex Junior All-American … a two-time qualifier at the USGA Junior Amateur, advancing to the match play portion in 2009 ... three-time SCGA State Amateur qualifier ... 2008 USGA Amateur qualifier ... Pine Forest CC and Coosaw Creek CC men’s champion … listed at 29th in the Polo Golf rankings ... ranked 12th overall by Golfweek, sixth in the 2010 recruiting class … finished second at the 2009 Bobby Chapman Junior Invitational with a score of 65+70=135 … shot a 217 (72-74-71) at The Junior PLAYERS Championship in 2009 to tie for seventh … twice selected to the AJGA Canon Cup East team … fired a 73-72=145 to tie for 17th at the 2009 Polo Golf Junior Classic ... shot 67-65-70 to finish second at the 2009 SCGA State Junior at Bulls Bay CC ... also placed second at the Rice Planters Invitational in 2009 with a 65-68-69-70 ... won the Fall Challenge at Cheraw State Park with a tournament record 137 (69-68) … named the 2009 SCJGA Jay Haas Player of the Year ... fired a 283 (-5) to finish third at the 2009 Western Junior Amateur ... shot 71-69-68-72 to place fourth at the 2009 S.C. Amateur ... a highly successful junior golfer with 18 championships ... four-time champion at the Donald Ross Invitational ... three-time winner at Callaway Golf Junior World, Junior Azalea and PJGT Tour of Champions events ... two-time SCGA Junior champion ... also grabbed medalist honors at the Press Thronton Future Masters.
PERSONAL: Born on June 8, 1992 in Winston-Salem, N.C. … son of Quince and Billie Cody … father, Quince, is the Head of Advancement at Pinewood Preparatory … mother, Billie, is a third grade teacher at Pinewood … has a younger sister, Blair … father ran track and cross country at Appalachian State … favorite athletes are Tiger Woods and LeBron James.