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Connor Futrell

Connor Futrell - Men's Golf - Florida State Seminoles

Connor's Profile

(Updated June 2021)
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Redshirt Senior
hometown
Tallahassee, Fla.
high school
Chiles

Redshirt Senior Season (2021-22):

  • Went 2-0-1 at the Barbara Nicklaus Cup.

Senior Season at Florida State (2021):

  • Played in eight of FSU’s 10 tournaments, shooting an average score of 72.79 and finishing at par or less in nine of 24 rounds played.
  • Six of his nine rounds at par or less were in the 60s.
  • Averaged +1.17 vs. par.
  • Enjoyed two Top 10 finishes, tying for third at the Camp Creek Seminole Invitational when he shot a 7-under 209 (73-69-67).
  • Tied for 10th at the difficult Cabo Collegiate at TPC San Antonio, carding an even-par 216 (73-75-68).
  • Tied for 20th at The Hayt, shooting a 3-over 219 (70-76-73).
  • Tied for 22nd at The Valspar with an even-par 213 (71-69-73).
  • His eight tournaments played were the fifth-most on the team.

Before Florida State:

  • Starred at Troy University for three years, culminating a 70.90 stroke average in 2019-20.
  • Finished in the Top 15 in seven of his eight tournaments with four top three finishes in 2019-20.
  • Left Troy ranked in the Top 100 in Golfstat’s NCAA Division I Rankings (99th).
  • Earned All-Sun Belt Third Team honors as a sophomore in 2018-19, leading the Trojans in stroke average (73.31), rounds under par (7) and rounds in the 60s (3).
  • Led Troy in finishes in four of his nine tournaments played as a sophomore.
  • Led Troy with five rounds under par as a freshman in 2017-18 and finished second on the team with a 74.74 stroke average.
  • Had four finishes in the Top 5 as an amateur in AJGA tournaments.
  • Carded a 9-under 63 to win the Florida 7A Regional Championship in 2016 at Chiles High School.
  • 2016 Big Bend Player of the Year.
  • Three-time All-Big Bend First Team.

All About Me:

  • Mother: Danielle Futrell.
  • Has an uncle, Mike Futrell, who played baseball at Florida State from 1999-02. Mike finished his FSU baseball career with a .316 career batting average, 21 HRs, 146 RBI and 245 base hits in 260 games played.