In 2013-14: Top ranked amateur in the world according to Golfweek from August of 2013 to June of 2014 when she turned professional...named to United States Curtis Cup Team that played in St. Louis in June 2014, where she helped the U.S. Team to a win over Great Britain & Ireland...one of 10 candidates for the Annika Award Watch List...Clemson's top player all year, she won two tournaments- the Lady Paladin and the Ruth Chris Tar Heel Invitational in consecutive events in the fall...won the tournament in Chapel Hill by four shots...also finished tied for second in her first career tournament, the Cougar Classic...20-under-par for her first three tournaments at Clemson, she was ACC Player of the Month for September and October...each of her first nine rounds were at par or better...finished in the top 10 in each of her first five events, including a third place at the Florida State Match-Up to open the spring season...finished second at Bryan National in Greensboro in March...finished in top 15 in all but one tournament...Clemson's top player at ACC Tournament with 15th place at Sedgefield, the home of the PGA Tour's Wyndham Invitational...She led the Clemson team with six top 10s, five of which were top three finishes...also led the team in rounds in the 60s (6) and under par rounds (13 of 32)...18-over-par for the year in 32 rounds, 35 strokes better than any other Clemson player...finished the season ranked 27th by Golfweek and 25th by Golfstat...had the top three rounds of the year by a Clemson golfer, rounds of 68 at the Lady Paladin, Ruth's Chris Tar Heel Invitational and the Florida State Match-Up...Finished the season first in the nation in fairway hitting percentage at .937 and 42nd in total birdies with 91, sixth in greens in regulation with .747, ninth in par five scoring average at 4.76...has a finish percentage of 87.8...her score has counted in 31 of 32 rounds this year and has had the best score of the day among Tigers 17 times (15 outright, two tied for best)....received sponsor's exemption to Kraft Nabisco Championship on the LPGA Tour each of the last two years, finished 49th in 2013 and did not make the cut in 2014....represented the United States on the Spirit International Team in Houston, TX in early November.
Prior to Clemson: First-team AJGA All-American in 2011 and 2012, she was honorable mention in 2010...one of eight women's golfers nationally to be first-team AJGA All-American in 2011 and 2012...named both the Georgia State Golf Association's Women's and Girls' Player of the Year and was co-winner of the Tommy Barnes Award, given to the GSGA's overall player of the year for 2013...named the top junior girl in the state of Georgia in 2011, 2012 and 2013...sharing the honor with Mariah Stackhouse of Riverdale in 2011....in 2013 Ramsey won the Georgia Women's Match Play Championship at The Legends at Chateau Elan in Braselton, clinching the win in each of her five matches without playing holes 15, 16, 17 or 18...she also won the Georgia Women's Amateur Championship, conducted by the Georgia Women's Golf Association, at Glen Arven Country Club in Thomasville....on the national circuit, Ramsey qualified for and advanced to the round of 64 at the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship at the Country Club of Charleston in Charleston, SC...she also earned victories at the Western Amateur Championship and Eastern Amateur Championship, and made the cut at the LPGA's first major championship of the year, the 2013 Kraft Nabisco Championship where she made the cut and finished 49th...reached championship of 2012 US Public Links where she lost in the finals to Kyung Kim, 4 & 2...played in 16 events in the summer of 2012 and had three wins, two seconds and five total top 10 finishes...named to the 2011 and 2013 Junior Solheim Cup Team...born December 3, 1995.
Ashlan Ramsey Tournament-by-Tournament 2013-2014
Date Tournament 1-2-3-4 Par Tot Fin
9/8-10 Cougar Classic 72-69-71 -4 212 2
9/20-22 Lady Paladin 68-71-70 -7 209 1
10/11-13 Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel 68-69-70 -9 207 1
10/25-27 Landfall Tradition 74-69-78 +5 221 8
2/14-16 Florida St. Match-Up 74-68-72 -2 214 3
2/24-25 Allstate Sugar Bowl 76-71-71 +2 218 27
3/9 Battle at the Valley 80-78 +14 158 13
3/24-25 Briar’s Creek 75-72-75 +6 222 12
3/28-30 Bryan National 72-71-74 +1 217 2
4/17-19 ACC Tournament 73-75-77 +12 225 15
5/8-10 NCAA West Regional 78-77-75 +14 230 39
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