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Mike Carn
Position: Other
Other Position: Player: Men's Golf

Men’s Golf
Inducted 1991

Mike Carn is one of just four Austin Peay golfers to have participated in the NCAA golf championships.  Known as a long hitter, the former four-year standout golfer 91970-74) was team MVP each season and a three-time Govs’ captain.  He also finished in the OVC tourney’s top 10 three times.  Carn participated in the 1973 NCAA Division I Tournament.  The Savannah, GA native was a three-time choice to the Tennessee Intercollegiate All-State Golf team.  His four-year 75.49 career-stroke average ranks as one of the best in University history as well as his 74.67 single-season mark in 1973.  Carn once shot mason Rudolph Golf Course lows 59 for 18 holes and 27 for nine holes.  After completing his APSU golf eligibility, he three times finished in the top 10 of the South Carolina Open, including third in 1978.  He won the 1978 Carolinas’ Michelob Open.  Since leaving Austin Peay, his work history has centered around golf.  He served as assistant golf pro at Spanish Wells Club (1978-82) at Hilton Head Island, SC, head golf pro at Paw Paw Country Club (1982-83) in Bamberg, SC, and golf course superintendent at Bear Creek Golf Club (1984-89) in Hilton Head.  Currently, he is director of golf course design, construction and maintenance for Scratch Golf Co. in Hilton Head, SC.

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