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Clayton Madey
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Clayton Madey 1739891
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 180
Year: Freshman
Hometown: West Linn, OR
High School: Lake Oswego HS
Experience: Redshirt

Twitter: @calmensgolf
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Rankings: Golfstat | Golfweek/Sagarin | Scratch Players | WAGR
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Pronunciation: may-DEE

Madey has yet to participate in an event at Cal but continues to work had to give himself the opportunity to contribute. He had a strong 2014 season of amateur play including a couple of solid match play events with a trip to the semifinals of the Oregon Amateur and the Final 16 at the Pacific Northwest Amateur. Madey also tied for third at the 2014 Christmas Classic.

Coach Comments/Notes
► A smart player, hard worker and excellent teammate
► Very coachable and wants to succeed
► Hits the ball a long ways off the tee
► Has a strong short game and is a good putter
► Looking to gain consistency in ball striking
► An excellent student who is a candidate for Cal’s prestigious Haas School of Business

Fall 2014 (Freshman)
► Did not play

2013-14 (Freshman)
► Redshirted
► Did not play

Amateur Highlights
► Final Rankings – No. 447 US, No. 937 World

Semifinals. Oregon Amateur
T3. Christmas Classic (72-72 – 144)
Final 16. Pacific Northwest Amateur
T69. Oglethorpe Invitational (68-76 – 144)


T15. Contra Costa Amateur (75-74 – 149)
T46. California State Fair Amateur (73-69-77 – 219)
T113. Western Amateur (75-75 – 150)

► AJGA Rolex Second-Team All-American
► AJGA Rolex Honorable Mention Academic All-American
► Ranked as high as No. 21 in AJGA Polo Golf rankings

1. Oregon Junior Amateur Match Play
1. Oregon Tournament of Champions (69)
2. Western Junior Championship (71-70-72-70 – 283)
4. FCWT at Mission Hills (73-69 – 142)
10. Goodman Networks Junior (75-75-70 – 220)


2. FCWT at PGA West (69-72 – 141)

2009-13 (Lake Oswego HS)
► Oregon Player of the Year as a 2013 senior
► Two-Time Honorable Mention Academic All-American
► Two-Time All-State (2012, 2013)
► Team captured three Oregon state titles (2010, 2012, 2013)
► Four-Time First-Team All-Three Rivers League (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) for team that won four consecutive conference crowns in each of those seasons as well 45 consecutive league matches from 2011-13
► Posted a 72.1 stroke average as a senior when he was also a team captain
► Totaled 19 rounds under par
► Played one season of prep soccer as a junior during the fall of 2011 and set the school’s junior varsity single-season scoring record
► Named to his school’s honor roll for four consecutive seasons (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)
► A member of both the National Honor Society and National Chinese Honor Society

► Full name is Clayton Michael Madey
► Born May 25, 1995, in Iowa City, Iowa
► Intending to major in business administration at Cal’s prestigious Haas School of Business
► Parents are Steve and Kim Madey
► Brother, Cole Madey, is a senior at Lake Oswego High School and has signed a national letter of intent to play collegiately at UCLA beginning in the fall of 2015
► Wide range of interests and activities include playing violin and guitar, as well as being a lawyer on a mock trial team
► Played in a musical group that was named Best Talent at the 2014 Oski’s

Getting To Know Clayton
► The reason I love golf is ... you can never be good enough
► My favorite pre-match ritual is ... to eat a delicious meal
► My greatest athletic moment is … winning the high school state title with my team
► The Cal teammate I have admired most is ... Keelan Kipatrick because he helps us be a team and also deals with adversity well
► The favorite golf course I have played is ... Bandon Dunes
► The reason I chose Cal is ... there is a tremendous opportunity in both academics and golf which no other place can offer
► Since coming to Cal I have learned ... how to manage my time … and a lot about math and history
► What sets Cal golf apart from other collegiate golf programs is ... its unique blend of high-caliber school and golf
► My favorite golf movie is ... Happy Gilmore
► My ultimate SportsCenter highlight would be ... sinking a downhill 15-foot slider to the win the Masters by one
► I would like to be remembered at Cal for ... my contribution to the school and to those involved with Cal
► My best advice to youngsters would be ... to get involved in things, figure out what you want to do and do it
► For me to improve as a player, I need to ... work on my driver
► The thing I most loved about sports is ... you always need to be improving
► My parents were right when they told me ... if you choose a path the world will step aside

Last Updated
February 23, 2015

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