Mackenzie's Top Amateur Events in 2003
2002-2003 (Junior) Finished fifth at NCAA Championships ... earned PING first-team All-American honors ... became first Husky player to earn first-team All-Pac-10 honors two years in a row ... was a second-team Pac-10 All-Academic selection ... etched his name in the collegiate record books with his 12-under 60 at the Oregon Duck Invitational at the Eugene Country Club ... joined Georgia Tech's Bryce Molder as the only college players to post a 12-under round ... became the third player to post a score of 60 (Molder and Arizona State's Paul Casey) ... led the team in scoring iwth a 71.63 stroke average ... that ranks as the second best single-stroke average in UW history, trailing only his 71.1 average he posted last year ... his win at Oregon was the third in his career ... finished in the top-10 in 10 of his 14 events ... tied the UW 54-hole scoring record with his 202 to place second at The Nelson ... invited to the Collegiate All-American Classic for the second time where he placed fourth with a 1-over 214 ... shot 65 during the third round of The Nelson to equal his then-best 18-hole score ... posted six of the team's top nine single-round scores during the season ... led UW at West Regional with sixth place finish, the third best by a Husky at that event ... had the four best tournament scores of any Husky during the season ... finished first for the Huskies in 10 of 13 tournaments ... one of 20 players named to the Hogan Watch List for player-of-the-year honors.
2001-2002 (Sophomore): Named a second-team All-American after placing 17th at the NCAA Championships ... a semifinalist for the Hogan Award as the nation's top collegiate golfer ... only third UW golfer to earn first-team All-Pac-10 honors ... set a UW first-round record by opening play with a 66 at NCAAs ... set UW single-season stroke average record (71.1) and single-season marks for rounds played (47) and top-10 finishes (11) ... was UW's top finisher in seven of 14 team tournaments ... turned in a top-10 finish in 11 of 15 events ... finished fourth at the NCAA West Regional with a 1-under 215, including a final round score of 67 ... picked up tournament wins at The Prestige and the Cleveland Golf Classic ... was second at the Western Intercollegiate and second at The Nelson ... finished seventh at the Pac-10 Championships ... shot a then-school record 203 at The Prestige ... his 13-under score was top tournament score against par for UW during the season ... his second round score (65) at The Prestige ranked as the second-best 18-hole total in UW history ... selected to participate in Savane College Golf All-America Classic ... tied for eighth at even-par 213 ... won the 2001 Washington State Men's Amateur championship at Sudden Valley ... finished second at the Sahalee Players Championship behind Texas' Jason Hartwick ... played on a three-man team that represented the state of Washington at the Pacific Coast Amateur Championship ... finished third at Washington's U.S. Amateur Qualifier behind teammates Corey Prugh and John Robertson ... finished 12th in qualifying round at U.S. Amateur before losing opening-round match ... was selected for the 2002 USA vs. Japan Collegiate Golf Championship.
2000-20001 (Freshman): Earned second-team All-Pac-10 honors as a freshman ... one of three rookies in the Husky lineup ... led the Huskies at the NCAA Championships with a 28th-place finish ... turned in rounds of 74 and 71 at Duke University Course ... he lost a two-hole playoff to Texas' John Klauk for the final position in the individual field ... led Washington in stroke average at 73.06 ... that ranks as the fourth best single-season average in UW history ... recorded the most tournament appearances (12), rounds played (35) and top-10 finishes (four) of any player on the team ... shot his best score, 68, five times during the season ... was second on the team with nine under-par rounds ... turned in the best 54-hole score of the season (209) at Arizona State Invitational ... at the time, that was tied as the second-best 54-hole score in UW history ... in addition to the NCAAs, he also finished first for Washington at the Waikoloa Invitational, Western Intercollegiate and the ASU Invitational ... had a great outing in his first tournament as a Husky, turning in a 10th-place finish at the Husky Invitational (221) ... was one of three freshman that led Washington to a third-place showing at the Nelson... second-best Husky finisher at the Prestige in the final fall tournament...tied for 18th with a four-over 220... did not compete in the Ping Intercollegiate...top Husky finisher at the Waikoloa Intercollegiate, helping the Huskies to an eighth-place finish... finished the season strong with three top-10 finishes in his final four tournaments ... was 10th at Western Invitational with even-par score of 261 ... was 7-under (216) at ASU Invitational to finish sixth overall ... his ninth-place (281) showing at the Pac-10 Championships helped Washington to a fourth-place showing ... shot 5-over 221 at NCAA regional to place 30th overall.
Eisenhower High School/Junior Golf: Graduated with a 3.78 grade point average ... four-year letterwinner in golf ... won the 1999 State Junior Championship, defeating current Husky teammate Corey Prugh in a playoff...runner up at 4A state championships senior year ... team won state that year ... finished in top-six at state all four years ... district champion three consecutive years starting with his sophomore year ... team captain junior and senior years ... also team MVP last two years ... first-team all Big-9 conference all four years ... runner-up at 1998 Boise AJGA championships ... member of National Honor Society ... also lettered four years in basketball. Personal: Born July 18, 1981 in Coos Bay, Oregon ... son of Hugh and Caren Mackenzie ... mother and father are both pharmacists ... sister, Paige, is a junior on UW women's golf team ... majoring in economics.
Mackenzie's Career Statistics
Career Best Finish: 1st (four times), Husky Invitational, Sept. 29-30, 2003; Duck Invitational, March 24-25, 2003; The Prestige, Oct. 4-6, 2001 and Cleveland Golf Classic, Mar. 4-5, 2002
Mackenzie's Tournament Results