Men’s State Team Records

     

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USGA Men's State Team Media Guide


By USGA
May 28, 2010

Men’s State Team Records

     

Championship

Most Victories

3 — Texas (1999, 2005, 2007)

2 — Minnesota (1997, 2001)

     

Entries

Most Teams Entered

52 (2001, 2003, 2005, 2007)

     

Lowest Team Total

Single Round

133 (9 under) — Kansas, first round, The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

135 (9 under) — South Carolina, second round, Berkeley Hall Club (South Course), Bluffton, S.C., 2005

135 (9 under) — South Carolina, second round, Berkeley Hall Club (South Course), Bluffton, S.C., 2005

135 (7 under) — Iowa, third round, SunRidge Canyon G.C., Fountain Hills, Ariz., 1997

135 (7 under) — Nevada, second round, SunRidge Canyon G.C., Fountain Hills, Ariz., 1997

135 (7 under) — South Carolina, first round, The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

135 (7 under) — Tennessee, first round, The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

135 (5 under) — California, first round, Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

136 (6 under) — Pennsylvania, second round, The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

136 (4 under) — Maine, first round, Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

136 (4 under) — Massachusetts, first round, Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

136 (4 under) — Georgia, first round, Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

136 (4 under) — Tennessee, first round, Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

Through 36 Holes

273 (7 under) — Massachusetts, Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

276 (4 under) — California, Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

276 (4 under) — North Carolina, Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

276 (4 under) — Tennessee, Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

277 (7 under) — Pennsylvania, The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

Through 54 Holes

413 (7 under)   — Tennessee, Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

416 (10 under) — Minnesota, SunRidge Canyon G.C., Fountain Hills, Ariz., 1997

417 (9 under)   — Pennsylvania, The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

Lowest Individual Total

18 Holes

64 (7 under) — Steve Sheehan (Nev.), second round, SunRidge Canyon G.C., Fountain Hills, Ariz., 1997

64 (7 under) — Jon Troutman (Kan.), first round, The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

64 (6 under) — Ricky Jones (Maine), first round, Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

65 (6 under) — Mark Anderson (S.C.), first round, The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

65 (6 under) — Chris Connolly (D.C.), first round, The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

65 (5 under) — Carlos Concha Jr. (Nev.), first round, Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

66 (6 under) — Charlie Blanchard (R.I.), second round, Hazeltine National G.C., Chaska, Minn., 2001

66 (6 under) — Alex Hamilton (S.C.), second round, Berkeley Hall Club (South Course), Bluffton, S.C., 2005

66 (6 under) — Steve Hudson (Ala.), third round, Berkeley Hall Club (South Course), Bluffton, S.C., 2005

66 (6 under) — Todd Mitchell (Ill.), second round, The Club at Carlton Woods (Fazio Course), 2007

66 (6 under) — Mark Strickland (Ga.), third round, The Club at Carlton Woods (Fazio Course), 2007

66 (5 under) — Tommy Brennan (La.), first round, SunRidge Canyon G.C., Fountain Hills, Ariz., 1997

66 (5 under) — Clint Jensen (Wash.), third round, SunRidge Canyon G.C., Fountain Hills, Ariz., 1997.

66 (5 under) — Mark Strickland (Ga.), first round, The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo,. 2009

Through 36 Holes

136 (6 under) — Steve Sheehan (Nev.), SunRidge Canyon G.C., Fountain Hills, Ariz., 1997

136 (6 under) — Bob Kearney (Texas), Golden Horseshoe G.C. (Gold Course), Williamsburg, Va., 1999

136 (6 under) — Mark Strickland (S.C.), The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

136 (4 under) — Kevin Quinn (Mass.), Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

137 (7 under) — Will Swift (Ala.), The Club at Carlton Woods (Fazio Course), 2007

137 (3 under) — Frank Vana Jr. (Mass.), Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

137 (5 under) — Nathan Smith (Pa.), The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

137 (5 under) — Carlos Sainz (Ill.), The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

137 (3 under) — Chris Botsford (Calif.), Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

Through 54 Holes

205 (5 under) — Adam Walicki (Mich.), Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

206 (4 under) — Chris Botsford (Calif.), Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

207 (9 under) — Alan Bratton (Okla.), The Club at Carlton Woods (Fazio Course), 2007

207 (7 under) — Mark Anderson (S.C.), The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

207 (6 under) — Terry O’Loughlin (Minn.), SunRidge Canyon G.C., Fountain Hills, Ariz., 1997

     

Miscellaneous

Holes-in-One (6)

Tom Johnson (Utah), 6th hole, second round, SunRidge Canyon G.C., Fountain Hills, Ariz., 1997

Roger Null (Mo.), 12th hole, second round, SunRidge Canyon G.C., Fountain Hills, Ariz., 1997

Steve DeWitt (Maine), 12th hole, third round, SunRidge Canyon G.C., Fountain Hills, Ariz., 1997

Mike Brummer (S.D.), 8th hole, first round, Hazeltine National G.C., Chaska, Minn., 2001

Bill Hermanson (Conn.), 9th hole, third round, Club at Carlton Woods (Fazio Course), The Woodlands, Texas, 2007

Jeff Wolniewicz (N.Y.), 12th hole, first round, The Country Club of St. Albans (Lewis and Clark Course), St. Louis, Mo., 2009

Family Participation

Danny Arvanitis (father) and Matt Arvanitis (son) (both N.H.) — Charles River C.C., Newton Centre, Mass., 2003

Bill, Andy (Mass.) and John Drohen (R.I.) (brothers) — Berkeley Hall Club (South Course), Bluffton, S.C., 2005

Bill (Mass.) and John Drohen (R.I.) (brothers) — The Club at Carlton Woods (Fazio Course), The Woodlands, Texas, 2007

 
                   
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