Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
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.