UND Roster

2014-15 Men's Golf Roster

Tyler Wingo


Class Senior
Weight 195 lbs.
Hometown Fairfax, VA
High School Paul VI Catholic
Bio

AS A SENIOR: Started seven tournaments during senior season … 75.85 stroke average over 20 total rounds as a member of the Notre Dame starting five … clip of .850 (17-for-20) in rounds scored that counted toward the team total … logged best finish, a tie for 33rd place, at the Fighting Irish Golf Classic (Sept. 28-30) … carded a season-low score of two-under-par 70 during the second round of the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate (Oct. 25-26) … fired a spring-low 70 during the first round of the Mason Rudolph Championship (April 3-5), ultimately tying for 40th place at 224 (70-79-75) … shared 52nd place at the ACC Championship (April 24-26) after posting a tournament score of 230 (76-78-76).

AS A JUNIOR: Made six starts in the Notre Dame lineup during junior season, compiling a stroke average of 75.86 … earned a share of 30th place in season debut at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic (Sept. 23-24) with a final score of 222 (74-73-75) … posted a career-best round of four-under 68 to open the Invitational at the Ocean Course (Oct. 27-29), ultimately finishing the event in a tie for 22nd place at 224 (68-77-79) … recorded a top 20 in first spring start, which included a second round three-under-par 69 (75-69-76-220), at the Lamkin San Diego Classic (March 10-11) … closed spring campaign in a tie for 15th place as an individual competitor at the Notre Dame Oak Hill Intercollegiate (April 21-22), carding a three-round score of 227 (79-75-73) at Oak Hill Country Club.

AS A SOPHOMORE: Started in eight tournaments for Notre Dame during his second year with the program … ended the year with a stroke average of 75.29 … posted a 74.00 stroke average during the fall semester … out of 18 rounds played, 13 counted toward the team score (.722) … played three rounds under par, and added one round at even par … began the fall season at the Tar Heel Intercollegiate (Sept. 15-16) … carded a second round score of 72 (E) … concluded the tournament with a score of 225 (+9) … played in the 36-hole Macdonald Cup (Sept. 29-30), scoring a two-day total of 148 (+8) … finished in a three-way tie at 64th place (234, +21) with teammates Edward Hjerpe and Zach Toste at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic (Oct. 7-9) … led all Irish individuals playing in the non-team Earl Yestingsmeier Invitational (Oct. 15-16) with a score of 212 (+2), earning a career-best tied for second place finish … carded back-to-back rounds of one-under par 69 during the second and third rounds of the event … ended the fall season at the Georgetown Intercollegiate (Oct. 22-23) with a 217 (+4) score … logged a one under par (70) score during the second round of the tournament, ultimately finishing in a tie for 11th place … began spring play at the Schenkel Invitational (March 15-17) … shared 78th place with a score of 235 (+19) … closed out the spring season with a share of 49th place at the Hawkeye – Great River Entertainment Invitational (April 13-14), posting a three-round score of 231 (+15).

AS A FRESHMAN: Competed in three tournaments for the Irish during first year, entering as an individual competitor in two events before cracking the rotation at The Match Play (Feb. 13-14) … concluded the year with a stroke average of 76.40 … began collegiate career at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic (Sept. 26-27) during the fall, finishing tied for 42nd with a 227 (+17) … after posting matching 76’s (+6), ended tournament with best round of the event after carding a 75 (+5) … entered the starting lineup to begin the spring calendar, posting a 3-1 match-play record in helping the Irish capture The Match Play title … ended season as an individual competitor at the Battle at the Warren (Apr. 22) … finished the event tied for 24th at 155 (+13) at the end of the 36-hole event.

PREP AND PERSONAL: Four-year letter winner in golf while attending Paul VI Catholic High School … earned national ranking in each of four seasons … ranked as the 39th-best prospect in the class of 2011 according to Golfweek … named team MVP each of first three seasons with the team … named to all-state team during all four years with team, while claiming All-America honors during his senior year … named to 2011 Washington Post all-metropolitan team for third time after claiming 2011 Virginia State Catholic individual championship for third time in senior year … biggest thrills to-date including winning first AJGA golf tournament in August 2010 wire-to-wire by one shot and recording a double eagle (2) on a par five during a high school match … claimed a top-20 finish at the 2011 Scott Robertson tournament … earned medalist honors at 2010 AJGA event at Kingsmill, carding a five-under par score of 208, including a first-round 68 (-4) … won 2009 conference championship with two-over par 144 … finished third at 2010 Optimist International Championship with four-round total of 287 (-1) … named to 2010 AJGA HP Junior Scholastic All-American Team … named Salutatorian of graduating class … member of both the National Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society … took part in Student Ambassadors, Spanish Club and Peer Mentoring … son of Craig and Betty Lou Wingo … born in Fairfax, Va. … has one brother, Justin … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business, majoring in finance with a minor in economics.

Wingo’s Career Statistics

Year Tournaments Rounds Count Strokes Avg. Top Rd Top 36 Top 54 Top Finish (Field)- Event
2011-12 3 5 0/0 382 76.40 75 (+5) 152 (+12) 227 (+17) T-24th (Battle of Warren)
2012-13 8 21 13/18 1,581 75.29 69 (-1) 143 (+3) 212 (+2) T-2nd (Earl Yestingsmeier Invite)
2013-14 7 21 16/18 1,593 75.86 68 (-4) 144 (E) 220 (+4) T-15th (Oak Hill Intercollegiate)
2014-15 7 20 17/20 1,517 75.85 70 (-2) 146 (+2) 219 (+6) T-33rd (Fighting Irish Golf Classic)
Career 25 67 46/56 5,073 75.72 68 (-4) 143 (+3) 212 (+2) T-2nd (’12 Earl Yestingsmeier Invite)