Andrew Gunson
Andrew Gunson
Birth Date: 03/30/1988
Height: 6-1
Year: Senior
Hometown: Irvine, Scotland
High School: Foothill HS
Andrew Gunson played 27 rounds for the Gauchos in 2009-10...Had two top-20 finishes in his nine tournament...Finished 14th at the Anteater Invitational when he shot a 216 and he tied for 20th at the Big West Championship with a 226...His best round of the season came at the Braveheart Classic where he shot a 69 in the second round...In all, Gunson took 1,994 strokes in his nine tournaments, 73.86 per round. 2008-09
Gunson was a significant contributor to the Gauchos in the 2008-09 campaign...He finished 5th on the squad with 17 total rounds played and a stroke average of 74.53...He had four top-50 finishes, including a 31st place finish at the Braveheart Classic...Finished 37th at the Big West Championships with a stroke average of 78...His best round occurred at the Wyoming Cowboy Classic with a third round score of 68. 2006-07
Andrew Gunson saw action in three tournaments as a freshman...His best showing was at the Bill Cullum Intercollegiate when he finished tied for 26th with a 224...Also competed in the Food4Less Pacific Invitational where he tied for 41st with a 223, and he played as an individual at the OGIO Pacific Coast Intercollegiate, hosted by UCSB, where he finished tied for 86th at 226. Personal
Gunson was born March 30, 1988 in the Royal Burgh of Irvine, Scotland...Attended Foothill High School in Santa Ana, Calif., where he played for Bruce Carter...Was a Second Team All-Sea View League choice as a senior and a first teamer as a junior...Also a First Team All-Orange County selection as a junior and a second team choice as a senior...Averaged 73 shots per round as a senior and 74 as a junior...Gunson shot the two best rounds of his career, 65 and 66, at his home course, Shady Canyon Golf Club...His personal favorite courses are Carnoustie, Prestwick and Royal Troon, all in Scotland...Considers driving his strength and putting his weakness...The son of Brian and Angela Gunson...Plans to major in business economics and hopes to become a golf pro.