Ty Palmer
Ty Palmer
Height: 6-2
Weight: 215
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Kernersville, N.C.
High School: Forsyth Country Day
Major: Business Administration
Minor: Comunications

Ty Palmer

Spring 2017

  • recorded a 76.05 stroke average, good for fifth on the squad and 15th in the ODAC
  • competed in all four of the Quakers’ spring tournaments
  • recorded his low spring round of 72 at the NCAA Division III National Championships
  • had his top finish at the ODAC Championships where he finished fifth

Fall 2016

  • competed in three of the fall tournaments for the Quakers
  • posted a season-low round of 67 at the O’Briant-Jensen Memorial
  • had his top finish at the O'Briant-Jensen Memorial where he finished second with a score of 71-67-138
  • finished second on the team with a 74.38 average through eight rounds of play

2015-16

  • became the Quakers' 10th three-time First Team All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) selection
  • finished second on the team with a 74.79 stroke average that ranked sixth in the ODAC
  • won three ODAC Men's Golfer of the Week Awards
  • captured his second career medalist honor at the TaylorMade-adidas Intercollegiate March 8 where he shot 71-72-73-216 to finish first
  • had a team-best six sub-par rounds
  • earned all-tournament honors by placing fifth at the ODAC Championships, one of his five top-six finishes in nine tournaments
  • tied for 59th at the Patriot All-American Golf Tournament

2014-15

  • PING Third Team NCAA Division III All-American
  • named a PING All-South Region pick thanks to a 74.0 scoring average in 26 rounds
  • stood second among ODAC stroke average leaders
  • recorded the 15th-lowest season average in school history
  • earned First Team All-ODAC honors for the second consecutive year
  • ranked 21st in the final Golfstat.com Division III Head-to-Head Player Standings
  • had six top-10 finishes in 11 events
  • placed a team-best fifth at the NCAA Division III Championships with a 72-hole score of 71-77-69-71-288, sixth-best in school history
  • his 54-hole score of 206 is Guilford’s second-lowest in school history for 54 holes
  • earned three ODAC Golfer of the Week honors
  • won the Gordin Classic with a 66-66-74-206

2013-14

  • earned PING All-South honors
  • First Team All-ODAC selection
  • ranked second on the team with a 75.56 stroke average
  • had five top-12 finishes in 12 tournaments
  • shared third place at the ODAC Championships with a 79-73-74-226
  • shot a career-low 66 at the Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate on the way to an eighth-place finish at 75-66-141
  • recorded two sub-par rounds on the year

Personal

  • three-time member of Guilford's Student-Athlete Honor Roll
  • dean's list student
  • played four seasons for coaches David Bowman and Dennis Ring at Forsyth Country Day School
  • earned All-North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) honors in 2011 and 2012
  • four-time All-Forsyth County selection
  • named the 2010 Piedmont Athletic Conference of Independent Schools Player of the Year
  • participated with the Youth In Government club
  • son of Mike and Patricia Palmer
Year Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Round NCAA Finish
2013-14 25 1889 75.56 66  --
2014-15 26 1974 74.00 66 5th
2015-16 24 1795 74.79 67 --
Total 75 5658 75.44 66 5th

 

1-5-17 Session Agenda

Prayer

Devotional

Quorum

Approve Minutes from Dec. 15

News & Notes

·         January 14 retreat

·         New member vows – January 15

·         Meet the Pastor – 1/8 (Walters), 1/15 (Williams), 1/22 (Casanega)

·         Presbytery Meeting – January 28 – Elect Commissioners

·         Prayer Breakfast Reflection

Elder / Deacon Ordination Service – Discuss roles & responsibilities for the service

Interview Charlene Wamban. Lydia Hopper?

Updates from GA Committee & HR Committee

Flock Reports (Walters, Barefoot, Casanega)

Redistribute Flock List / Examine Back Door / Check with Williams and Hopper

Action on Chris Jessup request - Evaluate his call to church planting / help pay for seminary? If so, how?

Men’s Retreat Report – RJ Miles