Has played 32 career rounds in 17 tournaments ... averages a 78.6 ... low round of 71 ... one top-5 showing ... three top-10 placings ... second-team All-Patriot League selection.
SPRING 2013: Competed in five tournaments ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... earned second-team All-Patriot League honors with his tie for ninth-place finish ... shot 76-78-75--228 to help Army place third ... fired his best round over the final 18 holes to collect his first Patriot League honor ... finished second at the Last Chance Classic at West Point Golf Course ... 73-78--151 ... tied for 31st to open the spring season at the Gary Freeman Invitational ... shot 82-81-76--239 ... placed 45th at the Triumph at Pauma Valley with rounds of 78-81-85--244 ... tied for 50th at the Lafayette Invitational with rounds of 78-81--159. FALL 2012:Competed in two tournaments and both dual matches ... tied for 24th at the Service Academy Classic ... rebounded from an 86 to shoot 77-79 and finish at 242 ... placed tied for 55th at the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate ... opened with a 74 and then shot 79-85 for a 238 total ... dropped a four-ball match with Robby Hill against Navy, 1-up ... fell in a singles match against Ford Fischer of Columbia, 4&3 ... was paired with Hill in four-ball match against Columbia and lost, 2&1.
SPRING 2012: Competed in four tournaments and the dual match at Florida Atlantic ... tied for 13th at the Polo Club of Boca Raton, Fla., with an 81 ... finished tied for 21st at the Patriot League Championships ... shot 76-73-80 at Bucknell Golf Club ... tied for 45th at the Rutherford Intercollegiate ... rounds of 79-81-78 at Penn State's Blue Course ... tied for 53rd at the Wolfpack Spring Invitational ... shot 79-76 at the 54-hole event at the Lonnie Poole Golf Club. FALL 2011: Competed in two tournaments and the Army-Navy dual match ... played as an individual at the Bucknell Fall Invitational and tied for 11th ... was +6 for the championship with rounds of 73-72-71 ... tied for 33rd at the season-opening Battle at Tetons ... improved each round with scores of 79-77-73 at Headwater Club ... dropped a pair of close matches against Navy ... teamed with Anthony Kim in a 3&2 four-ball loss and then fell in his singles match, 2&1.
SPRING 2011: Played in three events ... won two points in 6-5 dual-match win at Stetson ... teamed with classmate Michael Zierdt for a 5&4 win then posted a1-up win in singles competition ... tied for seventh at the AIC Yellow Jacket Classic ... rounds of 77-78--155 ... placed tied for 71st at the Quaker Invitational ... shot 88-81--169.
FALL 2010: Played in two events ... finished 21st at the Service Academy Golf Tournament with an 83 ... lost a doubles point in match against Navy. MISC: Born in Los Angeles, Calif. ... lists Las Vegas, Nev., as his hometown ... graduated from East Ridge High School in Orlando, Fla. ... graduated with a grade-point average of 4.2 ... earned Academic Letters as a junior and senior ... obtained High Honors with Distinction in grades 9-12 ... Future Collegians World Tour second-team All-American in 2007 and 2008 ... finished second at the Callaway World Junior Qualifier ... finished 21st of 96 golfers at the U.S. Kids Teen World Championship at famed Pinehurst Country Club ... son of Maxine and Kirk Baerwaldt ... sister, Tiffany, attends Emory University in Atlanta ... Tiffany is a member of the track and field team ... Brandon enjoys surfing, boxing, working out and swimming in his spare time ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... majoring in Management.
Getting To Know Brandon Baerwaldt How did you spend your summer? I was a Cadet Basic Trianing Cadre 1 Squad Leader where I developed nine new cadets and also took some classes to get ahead. I chose West Point because? It was ranked as the top college, I get a free education and I love the military. What makes Army golf so special? The people you build relationships with will last a life time. Before every round I? Stretch using my blue and white rope. The longest drive I ever hit was? 400 yards down a hill in Hawaii. If I could play only one club it would be? 7 iron I chose my major because? It was the closest thing to business that West Point had to offer. My dream foursome includes? Tiger Woods, Warren Buffet, my grandfather and Bill Gates In 20 years I will be? A billionaire