Earned victories in 2015 at The Deere Run Junior Classic and FCWT at Whistling Straits.
Put together eight Top-5 finishes in 2015, reflective of his ability and versatility on the course.
Had success on the Mid-American Junior Golf Tour.
Chose Florida State over Auburn, Minnesota, Illinois and Wake Forest.
Told Golfweek, “Everything at FSU from the academic and athletic support structure to the team chemistry was exactly what I have been looking for. I knew the first day I was on campus that it was the place for me.”
No. 97 player in the Golfweek/Sagarin Junior Rankings and No. 25 among the class of 2017.
All About Me:
Parents: Alison and Michael Reddig.
How did you first start getting into golf? My parents said the Golf Channel would help calm me down as an infant. I’ve played ever since I could walk.
What would you say is your greatest golf moment so far? Playing in the First Tee Open.
Who is your favorite professional golfer? Tiger – inspiration to the new generation of the game.
My favorite club in my bag is: 58 degree wedge. Always can rely on it to save me from trouble.
I chose to play for Florida State Men’s Golf because: I am positive everything this opportunity has to offer will help me become a better player.
What is something many people don’t know about you? Hardcore gamer.
What is the best advice you have ever received? Be yourself and don’t change who you are.
What music are you currently listening to? Everything.
What shows are you currently watching? Stranger Things.
What’s your favorite movie? Inception and Greatest Game Ever Played.
Outside of golf, what are some of your passions in life? Other sports and video games.
What is the single greatest lesson golf has taught you? Perseverance is key.
What are the top three things on your bucket list?
Golf on TV w/Dad on bag.
Play St. Andrews.
Attend a championship sports game.
If you could be any superhero, which one would you be? The Flash because running that fast would be exhilarating.
What makes Florida State University a great place? To me, it feels more like a home than a school.