Bio: Cal's active career leader in both stroke-play events (34) and rounds (104) as well as total shots (7,507), averaging 72.2 strokes per round to rank second among Cal's active players to Michael Kim ... fired the lowest round of his collegiate career when he had a 63 on the opening 18 holes of Alister MacKenzie Invitational in 2010-11, which is the lowest round by an active Cal player ... top career finish came when he tied for individual medalist honors at John A. Burns Intercollegiate in 2010-11 before he was defeated on the second hole of a three-way playoff ... has also been second at MacKenzie Invitational and John A. Burns Intercollegiate in 2011-12 among six top-five and nine top-10 finishes, with five of the top-five and seven of the top-10 coming in 2011-12 ... the only player in Cal history to have a top-10 finish at the NCAA Championship and NCAA Regional in the same season in 2012 ... tied for 17th at NCAA's in 2011... Was a 2010 U.S. Amateur quarterfinalist.
Full name is John Maxwell Homa ... majoring in interdisciplinary studies ... parents are John Homa and Bonnie Milstein ... has one younger sister, Maddie ... has worked as a caddie at Lakeside Country Club ... born November 19, 1990, in Burbank, Calif.
(Bio information from Golfweek research and team website)
Golfweek.com's Asher Wildman catches up with one of the University of California's most-beloved players: junior Max Homa.
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