| Jordan Blann
Summer 2009 Won the Kentucky Amateur with an impressive 7-under-par in 36-holes to claim the prestigious trophy ... Currently first in the 2009 Kentucky Golf Association Player of the Year standings ... Finished first in the Pickens Amateur with a impressive 36-hole score of 139 ... Was a local qualifier at the U.S. Open Qualifier with a score of 71 ... Had a great outing at the Kentucky Open where he finished tied for eighth in the overall standings and tied for third in the amateur division.
2008-09 Blann had an incredible junior season for the Wildcats, posting a season stroke average of 74.48, a career-low, and playing in 11 events including the SEC Championship and NCAA Regional ... Blann was Kentucky's top finisher at the SEC Championships, finishing in eighth place and posting a impressive 213 at the tournament ... Posted his best finish of the year at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate where he finished tied for fifth and carded a career- and team- season low 18-hole round of 64 ... Finished the year with three top-10 finishes and four top-20 finishes.
Summer 2008 Made it through local qualifying for the U.S. Open.
2007-08 Participated in five tournaments ... Best finish of the season came at the Pat Hicks Invitational where he finished tied for 22nd ... Then career-low score came in the same tournament where he fired an opening round 70 ... Carded a 226 and tie for 32nd in his best three-round tournament of the season at Palmas Del Mar Intercollegiate ... Completed the season with a 76.57 stroke avereage.
2006-07 Did not compete as a sophomore.
2005-06 Competed in two tournaments for the Wildcats before transferring to Western Kentucky University after the fall semester ... Landed in 45th place with his three-round total of 230 (77-76-77) at the Inverness Intercollegiate Invitational ... Finished with a 76.67 stroke average at UK.
High School Recorded eight first-place finishes in high school invitational while at Bowling Green High School ... Was a three-time Kentucky Tri-State Golf Team selection ... Won the Hancock County Invitational with a 3-under-par 69 ... Won the Hopkins Central Invitational and the Madison Central Invitational ... Finished second at the Kentucky Invitational Tournament ... Tied for first in the Regional ... Won more than 35 junior golf events ... Was honored as a Past Future Collegians World Tour Honorable Mention All-American ... Also played basketball and was named All-State honorable mention by the Courier-Journal and Associated Press.
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