Men's Golf

    Ren Han  
    Ren Han


    Shenzhen, China

    High School:
    Charles E. London



    2010 (Summer):
    Competed in the OneAsia Tour SK Telecom Open in Korea ... played in the Memorial Amateur in California, tying for seventh with a 212 (71-70-71) ... finished second at the Asian Games Trial Final Event ... tied for 39th at the Cardinal Amateur in North Carolina with a 218 (69-75-74).

    2009-10 (Junior)
    Earned four starts, two stroke play and two match play events ... averaged 75.00 strokes on the season in eight rounds overall, fourth-best on the team ... tied for 18th at the adidas Hoosier Invitational while playing as an individual, posting scores of 72, 72 and 76 (220) ... won two of three individual matches at the Big Ten Match Play Championships ... went 3-4 overall in match play, also representing IU in the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championships ... featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal sports section on Nov. 27 after being interviewed for a story on the rise of golf in China ... named to the Academic All-Big Ten team.

    2009 (Summer):
    Competed in a pair of Omega China Tour events ... earned a share of 13th place at the Dongfend Nissan Open with a score of 280 (67-70-72-71) ... finished in a tie for 46th place in the Luxehills Championship after carding a 294 (72-75-71-76) ... also played in two US Amateur tournaments ... his three-round score of 211 (66-72-73) at the Oglethorpe Invitational gave him a top-25 finish, owning a share of 21st place ... made the cut at the Eastern Amateur, posting a 144 ... concluded the Eastern Amateur by carding a 73 and 76 in his final two rounds.

    2008-09 (Sophomore):
    Competed in two events, playing five rounds with a season scoring average of 77.40 ... came in a tie for 40th place at the adidas Hoosier Invitational by shooting scores of 72, 78 and 77 for a total of 227 ... also hit the course at the BSU Cardinal Collegiate, grabbing a share of 51st place by posting a 160 (76-84).

    2008 (Summer):
    Placed 23rd in the Rice Planters Amateur with a three-under 285 (75-69-75-66) ... shot a 149 (74-75) in the Western Amateur Championship.

    2007-08 (Freshman):
    Competed in half the events (seven of 14) and posted a season average of 76.44 ... collected a top-five, top-10 and two top-25 finishes on the year ... totaled six rounds under 75, including a season-low 70 on three occasions ... tied for second at the Pinehurst Intercollegiate with a 217 (70-75-72) ... finished in a tie for 18th place with a 148 (78-70) at the adidas Hoosier Invitational ... camed in with a share of 43rd place at the Big ten Championship with a 311 (78-76-77-80) ... made the lineup as the No. 5 player for the NCAA Central Regional, shooting rounds of 76, 85 and 82 (243).

    2007 (Summer):
    Placed 23rd in the Rice Planters Invitational with a 3-under par 285 (72-69-72-72) ... finished 33rd at the Pacific Northwest Amateur Championship at 147 (78-69) ... advanced to match play at the event before losing in the second round ... shot 148 (75-73) at the Western Amateur.

    First Chinese-born athlete to play men's collegiate golf in the U.S. ... moved to Richmond, British Columbia, in 2003, but retained his Chinese passport ... a 2005 American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) honorable mention All-American ... captured the 2005 Fidelity Investments Junior Classic with a tournament total of 216 (72-74-70) ... in 2006, placed second at the same event, firing a tournament-record 65 at the Ruby Hill Golf Club in Pleasanton, Calif. ... played in five professional events in China ... after rounds of 74 and 72 to open the event, made the cut and finished the tournament in a tie for 73rd place with a total of 299 (74-72-80-73) ... previously made the cut in the 2006 China PGA Midea Classic and missed the cut at the European Tour's TCL Classic last year ... in his final year living in China, had one win and three other top-three finishes in China's four major junior tournaments ... born on July 22, 1988 ... the son of Ting Tao Han and Jian Hua Xie.

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