About Nicklaus Kennedy
Nicklaus Kennedy is a Professional Golfer who graduated with American Scholar Honors and is working towards his goal of playing on the PGA Tour.
Academic

Achieved and maintained full Academic scholarship across 4 years with 3.41 cumulative GPA

Athletic

Competed as an individual and team member of NCAA Division 2 college golf

Awards

Carson Newman Dean’s List | Eagle Scholar | Ontario Scholar | English Award: Dedication To Personal Success

GOLF
Long-drive contest kicks off GolfBC Championship

KELOWNA — Nicklaus Kennedy doesn’t exactly fit the mold of a long-drive champion. He’s about six feet tall and 170 pounds soaking wet. “I am probably the skinniest guy here,” he said. Kennedy, a teaching pro at Golftec in Kelowna ...

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GOLF
MacKenzie Tour Qualifying

2018 Freedom 55 Financial Qualifying

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Nicklaus' Golf Highlights

01

2016-2017

• Golf BC Long Drive Champion (367 yards defeating Jamie Sadlowski)
• Mckenzie tour Golf BC Monday Qualifier 69 (-3)
• St. Thomas Early Bird 72 74 T2, Field of 102
• South Atlantic Conference Championship 75 73 70 T2, Field of 60

02

2015

• Millstone Invitational, 75 65 (T6 Field of 80)
• Rob Killeen Invitational, 72 70 (5th place field of 68)
• Spring Kick-Off Intercollegiate Fleming Island Florida, 75, 83, 66 T6 (66 2nd lowest round in Carson Newman history)

03

2014

• North Georgia Invitational Champion, 68, 72, 69 (-7). Field of 73
• Scoring Average of 73
• South Atlantic Conference Champions
• South Atlantic Conference 2nd team Tournament All-Conference

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2012-2013

• Conference Carolina’s Named to All-Conference 3rd team
• Cougar Invitational, Columbus GA 74 69 71 (3rd place Field of 88)
• Tied for first in Cleveland Order of Merit for Canada in 17-19 division
• Highland Junior Club Championship, 74, 65 Overall Champion (Set new Junior Club C record with 65)
• Beth Daniel Junior Azalea Charleston, SC 70, 68, T2

Carson Newman Men's Golf Nick Kennedy Interview

Carson-Newman men's golfer Nick Kennedy discusses his tournament win at the North Georgia Fall Invitational, the Eagles' first individual win since March 2013.

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