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Fighting Illini On Tour

Last Updated: June 27, 2014

Turned Pro: 2004

At Illinois
 2004 first-team All-Big Ten
 Named to Big Ten All-Championship Team after tying for runner-up at the 2004 Big Ten Championships
 Led the team with a stroke average of 73.09
 Recorded seven top-10 finishes in 11 tournaments on the season, including four top-5 finishes
 Was Illinois' top finisher in six tournaments

Luke Guthrie
Turned Pro: 2012
Top-10 Finishes: 5
Top-25 Finishes: 15

At Illinois
 Two-time All-American (2011-12)
 Two-time Big Ten medalist (2011-12)
 2012 Big Ten Player of the Year
 2012 Les Bolstad Award winner (Big Ten's lowest season stroke average)
 Helped Illinois win four Big Ten championships (2009-12)
 Four-time NCAA All-Midwest Region (2009-12)
 Holds Illinois records for season (71.19) and career (72.08) stroke average
 2011 GCAA All-Academic Scholar
 Won seven individual tournament titles

Scott Langley
Turned Pro: 2011
Top-10 Finishes: 2
Top-25 Finishes: 11

At Illinois
 2010 NCAA champion
 Three-time All-American (2009-11)
 2010 Big Ten Player of the Year
 Helped Illinois win three Big Ten championships (2009-11)
 Three-time NCAA All-Midwest Region (2009-11)
 Three-time All-Big Ten (2009-11)
 2008 Big Ten Freshman of the Year
 Two-time GCAA All-Academic Scholar (2010-11)
 Ended career with Illinois record for season (71.37) & career (72.50) stroke average
 Ended career with Illinois records for lowest 36- (131) & 54-hole (201) scores
 Won four individual tournament titles

Turned Pro: 2013
European Tour Top-10 Finishes: 3
European Tour Top-25 Finishes: 6

At Illinois
 2012 NCAA champion
 Two-time All-American (2012-13)
 2013 Big Ten medalist
 2013 Big Ten Player of the Year
 Helped Illinois win three Big Ten championships (2011-13)
 Helped Illinois to 2013 NCAA runner-up finish
 Two-time All-Midwest Region (2012-13)
 Two-time All-Big Ten (2012-13)
 Ended career ranked second in school history in career stroke average (72.35)

Turned Pro: 1999
PGA Tour Wins: 2
Top-10 Finishes: 17
Top-25 Finishes: 44

At Illinois
 1999 All-American
 Two-time All-Big Ten (1998-99)
 Finished T-12th at 1999 NCAA Championships
 Won three individual tournament titles
 Led Illinois to three team tournament titles
 Ended his career as Illinois' career stroke average record-holder (72.57)

Turned Pro: 1990
PGA Tour Wins: 12
Top-10 Finishes: 103
Top-25 Finishes: 193

At Illinois
 Three-time All-American (1987-89)
 Three-time Big Ten champion (1986, 1988-89)
 Two-time Big Ten Player of the Year (1988-89)
 1988 Les Bolstad Award winner (Big Ten's lowest season stroke average)
 Led Illinois to 1988 Big Ten championship
 Four-time All-Big Ten (1986-89)
 Won 12 individual tournament titles
 Led Illinois to 11 first-place and 10 second-place finishes in 49 career tournaments
 Ended his career as Illinois' season (71.52, 1989) and career stroke average record-holder (73.15)
 Ended his career as Illinois' 36- (134) and 54-hole (205) scoring record-holder
 Still holds Illinois' record for lowest 72-hole score (273)

Illini Alumni Touring Professionally
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