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LSU golfer Sam Burns was named the SEC Player of the Year and First-Team All-SEC. Burns is the fifth Tiger in program history to be recognized as the SEC Player of the Year for men's golf, and the first in 26 years since former All-American Perry Moss received the award in 1991. Click here for more details.
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I have heard he will jump to pro status this Summer.
Reply9 months
He comes from $, doesnt need to jump pro yet. I know LSU coaches are having to keep the club manufacturers that want to sponsor him away. I think his family convinces him to stay another season and even possibly stay to get his degree
9 months
Quite the opposite. His family is backing him to go pro.
8 months
Congratulations to Burns. Great honor. A 2-bit generic golf image instead of one of dozens of pictures of Burns available? F for the lack of effort.
Reply9 months
The only game where it is impossible to play perfectly.
Reply9 months
Actually shooting par would be considered perfect.
9 months
If not par, even hole in one each hole would be perfect. I guess we'd argue on the definition of impossible.
9 months
Hole in one on every hole and pure every shot. No mis-hits
8 months
"Golf Player" really?
Reply9 months
Yeah. Golf isn't a verb so "golfer" isn't a word.
9 months
golf can 100% be a verb, wow you sound really dumb, hope you don't go to LSU
9 months
SEC Men's Golf is the sport...Player of the Year is the award. Sorry you couldn't figure it out.
8 months
Looks like a future Masters Champ LINK
Reply9 months
Only a sophomore. So not eligible for the draft for another year?
Reply9 months
He can go anytime.
9 months
3 to play 3
8 months
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