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Jack Lundin Earns All-Region Honors

Jack Lundin Earns All-Region Honors

After one of the top seasons in the history of University of Missouri men’s golf, senior Jack Lundin was honored on the PING All-Region Central Team, announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA).

Currently ranked as the nation’s No. 18 golfer, Lundin became the third player in program history to earn All-SEC First Team recognition, while becoming the sixth since the Tigers joined the SEC in 2012 as All-Region honorees.

During the 2023-24 campaign, Lundin posted a 69.69 stroke average to lead MU – a 1.5 improvement from last season and the lowest average by a Tiger since current PGA Tour professional Hayden Buckley finished with a 69.5 in 2017-18.

Lundin won two individual titles as a senior, earning medalist honors at the Hootie at Bulls Bay and Tiger Intercollegiate in back-to-back tournaments during the spring season. A five-time SEC Golfer of the Week, Lundin placed in the top five in seven of his 12 tournaments this season, while leading Mizzou nine times.

Lundin finished his three-year career at Mizzou with a 70.73 stroke average. He helped the Tigers advance to the NCAA Championship in all three of his seasons, marking the first time MU qualified in three-consecutive campaigns in its history.


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