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    Tino Weiss     
     
      Tino Weiss
Hometown:
Bach, Switzerland

High School:
Sportgymnasium Davos

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 195

Experience:
4L

CAREER SCORECARD (Through Summer 2007)

Year Trns. Rds. Strokes Avg. Low High Par or Better T10 T25
2003-04 6 18 1,367 75.94 70 84 2 0 0
2004-05 3 9 679 75.44 69 85 1 0 1
2005-06 5 15 1,125 75.00 69 88 4 0 0
2006-07 11 33 2,427 73.55 67 82 12 2 5
Totals 25 75 5,598 74.64 67 88 19 2 6

CAREER EVENTS
Freshman (2003-04)
Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate 76-79-77--232 77t
Tournament of Champions 71-75-80--226 54t
Schenkel E-Z-Go 76-73-78--228 54t
Courtyard Intercollegiate 80-75-70--225 55t
SEC Championship 78-72-71--221 31t
NCAA East Regional 78-74-84--236 117t
Sophomore (2004-05)
Tournament of Champions 69-73-73--215 14t
Gator Invitational 85-80-78--243 76t
Plantation Club 74-74-73--221 26t
Junior (2005-06)
Tournament of Champions 70-73-75--218 36t
Carpet Capital Collegiate 76-80-74--230 69t
Mercedes-Benz Championship 88-74-72--234 45t
SEC Championship 69-74-76--219 35t
NCAA East Regional 78-71-75--224 52t
Senior (2006-07)
Carpet Capital Collegiate 71-70-72-213 19t
Shoal Creek Intercollegiate 74-78-72--224 23t
Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate 73-75-71--219 9t
Ping Arizona Intercollegiate 71-69-72--212 23t
John Hayt Collegiate 82-77-77--236 66t
USC Collegiate Invitational 77-72-74--223 42t
Schenkel E-Z-Go 76-76-76--228 58t
Administaff ASU Invitational 74-72-72--218 31t
SEC Championship 74-70-71--215 2t
NCAA East Regional 78-74-75--227 29t
NCAA Championship 74-67-71--212 43t

Awards & Honors

  • 2007 Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar
  • 2007 Academic All-SEC
  • 2006 Swiss Amateur World Team
  • 2006 Academic All-SEC
  • 2005 Academic All-SEC
Freshman (2003-04)
  • Played in six tournaments.
  • Finished the season with a 75.94 scoring average.
  • Fired then career-low round of 70 the final day at the Courtyard by Marriott Intercollegiate.
  • Posted 78-72-71--221 at SEC Championships to notch his best finish of the year, tying for 31st and helping Vols earn bid to the NCAA East Regional.
Sophomore (2004-05)
  • Recorded then career-low round (69), low 54-hole total (215) and best finish (T-14th) at the Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions.
  • Appeared in three tournaments.
  • Finished the season with a 75.44 scoring average.
  • Member of Academic All-SEC team.
Junior (2005-06)
  • Saw action in five tournaments for the Vols.
  • Recorded a career-low, 54-hole total of 218 at the Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions.
  • Fired a 69-74-76--219 to earn his best finish of the season, a tie for 35th at the 2006 SEC Championships.
  • His first round score of 69 tied his previous round low score at that point of his career.
  • Finished the season with a 75.00 scoring average.
  • Named to the 2006 Academic All-SEC Honor Roll and Thornton Center Honor Roll for excellence in the classroom.
Senior (2006-07)
  • Finished UT career playing some of his best golf.
  • Shot collegiate-low round of 67 on second day of NCAA Championship, leading to 212 score that matched his best at Tennessee.
  • Tied for 43rd at NCAA Championship in Williamsburg, Va.
  • That effort came on the heels of a tie for second at SEC Championship.
  • Tied teammate Chris Paisley with score of 215 to lead Vols to their third conference title in school history.
  • Recorded top-10 finish at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate with a score of 219.
  • Ninth-place result there was his highest UT finish to that point.
  • Set a career-low, 54-hole total at the Carpet Capital Collegiate with a 213.
  • Bettered that scorecard with 212 at Ping Arizona Intercollegiate, leading to tie for 23rd.
  • Played in 11 of the team's 12 tournaments, finishing fourth on the squad with a 73.55 scoring average.
  • Had 12 rounds of par or better and two top-10 placements.
  • Named to the Swiss Amateur World Team that competed October 26-29 in Stellenbosch, South Africa.
  • Individually fired a final-round 69 to finish in a tie for 16th place with a tournament scorecard of 73-72-70-69--284.
  • Helped Swiss National Team to a 16th place finish out of 70 teams.
  • Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar and member of Academic All-SEC squad for third straight year.
Prior to Tennessee
  • Won the 2005 French Amateur Championship.
  • Captured the 2002 Swiss Match Play title.
  • In 2001, he guided his team in the European Boys Team Championships to a runner-up finish behind Sweden.
  • Winner of the 2000 Order of Merit for boys.
  • Three-time qualifier for the Omega European Master as a part of the European Tour.
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