Juan Munoz
Juan  Munoz

Bogota, Colombia

High School:
San Carlos


Had the third lowest stroke average on the team

Notched five top-25 finishes and had a season-best finish of fourth place at the Argent Financial Classic
Finished tied for 16th place at the Windon Memorial
Shot a final round of 70 at the John Hayt Collegiate Invitational and finished tied for 21st
Notched his second best finish of the season, tied for 15th place, at the UTSA/Oak Hills Invite
Shot a season-low of 70 three times


• Played in two tournaments, the Inverness Invite and the Lone Star Invite
• Finished in 56th place at the Inverness Invite and withdrew from the final round of the Lone Star Invite


• Played in four tournaments
•Shot a low score of 72 twice, at The Gopher Invitational
• Finished in 14th place in his first Division I college tournament at The Gopher Invitational with a 222, which was the second-lowest score for North Texas in the event
• Finished in 65th at the Golfweek Conference Challenge
• Played in one tournament in the spring, finishing in 79th at the UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational.

High School

• Was the No. 1 ranked golfer in Columbia and the 120th ranked golfer in the world
• Won three tournaments in 2010 and was the Colombian Open Amateur champion in 2010
• Won the Canadian International Junior Challenge in 2010 and tied for first place at the South American Amateur Championship
• Finished second at the Colombian Masters Amateur in 2009
• Was ranked as the 120th player in the world by Golfweek

North Texas Mean Green