Jeremy Anderson

Biography

Jeremy Anderson was a star both on and off the golf course during his time at UNLV.

Anderson, who played on the Rebels’ national championship team in 1998, earned All-American honors for all four of his years on the course and was a three-time academic All-American.

He went through Q-School and earned his PGA Tour card and earned nearly $100,000 in 2001. He played in 31 PGA Tour events and 116 WEB.com events

He retired from pro golf in 2010.

List of Achievements

  • At UNLV, Jeremy Anderson won five college tournaments and held UNLV records for low 18-hole score (63), low 54-hole score (198) and low scoring average for a season (70.85) and career (72.01) before the final three records were broken by fellow Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame member Ryan Moore.
  • Anderson was a four-time All-American selection on the golf course and a three-time All-American in the classroom.
  • He was inducted into the UNLV Hall of Fame in 2010.
    Anderson played in 31 PGA Tour events and earned almost $100,000.