Height: 5'8"
Weight: 125
Year: Senior
City/State: Gainesville, Ga.
High School: North Hall HS


Played in ten tournaments during his senior season, finishing tied for 18th at the CAA Championship, the fourth straight year with a top 20 finish at the conference championship...Finish of 20th at the Yellow Jacket Classic...Tied for 35th at the JU Invitational, played on the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass...Shot a 69, his best round of the season at the Insperity Augusta State Invitational...Finished tied for 39th at the United States Collegiate Championship, shooting a second round 72...Shot a second round 72 at the Wolfpack Invitational on his way to a tie for 44th...Averaged 75.69 strokes per round to finish the season.

Finished tied for fourth, earning a CAA All-Tournament mention, at the CAA Championship...Picked up his first career CAA Golfer of the Week award after a then career-best fourth place finish at the Samford Intercollegiate...Fired a career-best 64 in the second round of the Samford Intercollegiate...Posted two top-20s on the season...Tied for 18th at the Seahawk Invitational.

Appeared in nine events as a sophomore, earning his first career top1-10 finish with a ninth place finish at the Rees Jones Intercollegiate...In windy and wet conditions, shot rounds of 73, 74 and 78 to earn the second best Panther finish at the Rees Jones...Finished the year with the fourth-best scoring average on the team, 73.9, over four strokes better than his freshman year...Recorded top-25 finishes in his first three events of the year (Hartford Invitaitonal, Jerry Pate & Rees Jones)...Shot a low round of 68 at the Administaff/Augusta State Invitational...Finished tied for 17th at the CAA Championship, opening the tournament with a 71.

Qualified for six tournaments in his first year at State...Placed in a tie for 22nd at the Fairfield Spring Invitational, his best finish of the year...Finished in a tie for 23rd in the Club Glove Intercollegiate (78-80-78--236)...Set a career-best single-round score of 72 and three-round score of 220 at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate where he finished tied for 46th (72-74-74--220)...Fired a second round 73 at the SunTrust Gator Invitational.

Made the cut at the 2009 Rice Planters Invitational...Participated in the Dogwood Invitational, just missing the final round cut. After qualifying for the 2008 Dogwood Invitational with a 69, he shot 73,75,71 to just miss the cut...Fowler has previously qualified for both the Atlanta Open and the Georgia State Amateur Championship...Fowler twice played in the First-Tee Open at Pebble Beach in 2004 and 2005...He was named the Atlanta Junior Player of the Year in 2003...Won the 2005 Huntsville Junior Invitational on the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour, shooting rounds of 69 and 66 ...Won the 2006 TPC Junior Classic (SJGT) which was played on the famed Stadium Course and Valley Course in Ponte Vedra, Fla...Finished second at the 2005 Turtle Point Junior Classic (SJGT) and followed that up later in the summer with a seventh place finish at the Tour Championship...The Georgia House of Representatives dedicated a resolution to him...He once carded seven consecutive birdies as he recorded a 29 for nine holes.

Graduated from North Hall High School in 2007 where he earned four letters in golf...His high school team won their region in 2005 and again in 2007 when they went undefeated against regional opponents...Named the Gainesville Times Player of the Year in three of his four high school seasons...Won the Hall County High School Golf Championship on three occasions His high school team won three of five tournaments they entered in 2007.

Alan G. Fowler was born April 6, 1989...He is the only child to Mark and Joy Fowler...In addition to State, he was recruited by Georgia Tech, Tennessee, South Carolina and UCF...Graduated with a degree in risk management and insurance.

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