UNLV: In his fourth year with the Rebels … Has played in 120 rounds with a career scoring average of 71.98 (sixth in program history) … Has recorded 24 top-20 finishes, 14 top-10s and five top-5s … Has shot par or better in 67 rounds.
2017-18: Named PING All-West Region … Selected All-Mountain West for the third straight year … Named a Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-American Scholar and also Academic All-MW for the third straight year … Was a member of the international team at the Arnold Palmer Cup … Played in 14 tournaments, totaling 42 rounds … Was second on the team in scoring average at 71.60 (13th-best seasonal average in program history) … Recorded nine top-20 finishes, including three top-10s and one top-five … Shot par or better in 24 rounds … Was in the 60s on 11 occasions … His low round of the year was a 67 during the first round of the John Burns Intercollegiate … Best finish of the year was a second-place showing at the Southern Highlands Collegiate … Earned the MW Golfer of the Week Award on March 9, then the Outstanding Rebel of the Week Award on March 14 … Advanced to the round of 64 at the British Amateur after finishing fifth in qualifying … Also advanced to the round of 64 at the U.S. Amateur … Finished first in Santa Rosa at the U.S. Amateur Qualifier and also finished first in Las Vegas at the U.S. Open Pre-Qualifier.
2016-17: Earned Dean’s List honors for both Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 … Named to the Academic All-MW team for the second straight year … Also earned the league’s Scholar-Athlete Award … Named to the All-MW team for the second time … Member of the European Arnold Palmer Cup team … Also selected to the England men’s golf squad … Played in 15 tournaments, totaling 43 rounds … His scoring average of 71.63 ranked third on the team and 14th in program history … Recorded 10 top-20 finishes, seven top-10s and three top-fives … Shot par or better in 27 rounds and in the 60s on 10 occasions … He finished second twice (National Invitational Tournament, The Goodwin) and third once (John Burns Intercollegiate) … His low round was 65 at the John Burns, which ranked tied for the 24th-lowest in program history … His low 54-hole total was 203 at the NIT (tied for 18th-lowest in UNLV history) … Earned the MW Golfer of the Week award twice (Feb. 22, Apr. 4) and was also named Outstanding Rebel of the Week (Mar. 8) … Tied for seventh at The Open Local Final Qualifying at Royal Cinque Ports (missed playoff by one stroke).
2015-16: Named the MW Freshman of the Year for men’s golf … Also a member of the All-MW team … Earned Academic All-MW honors … Played in 12 tournaments, totalling 35 rounds … Ranked fourth on the team in scoring average at 72.86 … Recorded five top-20 finishes, four top-10s and one top-five … Had 16 rounds at par or better … His top finish was a tie for fourth at the LMU Invitational … Recorded a 66 for his low round of the year at the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational … Had four other rounds in the 60s … Finished eighth at the MW Championship … Finished third in the British Amateur Qualifier and reached the round of 16 in match play … Was the South West U21 Champion.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2015 graduate of Truro College (high school) in Cornwall, England … Was a member of the England U18 Boys International Team that won the Home Internationals … He was responsible for the point that ensured England’s victory in the event … He was also England’s Under 16 team captain … Was the No. 1 player on Cornwall’s men’s team that won the English Men’s County Championship … Was also one of a team of six to represent England in the European Boys Team Championship in Finland in 2015 … He finished in a tie for 16th out of 96 golfers … Made the cut at the 2015 British Amateur … In 2012, he was the youngest player ever to be selected to play on that team (age 14) … As an individual, he won the 2014 Welsh Open Youth Championship with a score of 17-under par … Placed fifth in stroke play in the Carris Trophy, which is a top U18 event in Europe … He also represented England in the Irish Boys Open and the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters, finishing eighth … Also played badminton, hockey and table tennis.
PERSONAL: Harry Philip Bowden Hall was born Aug. 6, 1997 in Truro, England … Majoring in sociology … The son of Philip and Anne Hall … Enjoys playing badminton as a hobby … Has two sisters: Rachel (35) and Georgia (24), and a brother: Matthew (33) … Comes from the same area in England as UNLV associate head coach Philip Rowe.