Ludvig Aberg

Arrived at Tech ranked No. 37 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking with a 70.02 scoring average… Advanced to the Round of 16 at the U.S. Amateur Championship after rolling through stroke play with a 68-73 – 141 scorecard and also the Round of 16  in the British Amateur… Member of the Swedish National Team and the top-ranked player in the WAGR… Recorded a seventh-place finish at the Junior Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass and was sixth at the PING Invitational at Karsten Creek… In 2017, Aberg won the Fairhaven Trophy and stroke play at the European Boys Team Championship in La Manga, Spain.

Aberg began his collegiate career with an impressive freshman season where he competed in eight tournaments during the shortened season… Aberg, who earned a selection to the Arnold Palmer Cup International Team, is at No. 39 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking after a win at the Sun Bowl Classic… He finished the season with his top finish by earning eighth place at the Southern Highlands Collegiate in Las Vegas… At the event that proved to be the final tournament of the collegiate season, Aberg shot 73-68-71 – 212 for the top-10 showing… He also finished 21st at the Amer Ari Invitational and claimed 29th at The Prestige during the spring season… Aberg helped Texas Tech to the Big 12 Match Play Tournament with a 2-1-2 record in Houston… He finished his first season at Tech with a 72.17 scoring average.

Earned All-America honors after finishing his sophomore season with a 70.57 scoring average and having top-10 finishes in 9 of 11 stroke play events… Won two tournaments, The Prestige (-4) and Thunderbird Collegiate (-12)… Secured All-America honors by finishing 8th at the NCAA Championship during stroke play where he finished 1-under-par through four rounds… Aberg shot a season-low 65 at the George Hannon Collegiate and Cabo Collegiate… He finished third at the George Hannon in Austin and fifth at the Cabo which was played in San Antonio… Aberg started his sophomore season by finishing 10th at the Colonial Collegiate where he shot 3-over… Finished fourth at the Big 12 Championship at 1-under in the four-round tournament… Shot in the 60s in 14 of 35 rounds… Ranked No. 3 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking at the end of the collegiate season… Won the Jones Invitational prior to the start of the collegiate season.

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