2004-05 (Sophomore Season): Played in nine of Ole Miss' 11 tournaments and 26 rounds ... Recorded a season stroke average of 75.88 ... Was third on the team with one top-five, one top-10 and two top-20 efforts ... Finished tied for second on the squad with seven rounds at even or under par ... Carded his low tournament score and recorded his best finish of the season and his career with a tie for fifth-place 211 (68-72-71) at the Mason Rudolph Championships in Franklin, Tenn. (Sept. 27-28) ... His first-round 68 at that tourney was also a career-best ... Helped the Rebels to their two tournament victories, posting a 73-73-73--219 tie for 30th at the Raising Cane Classic in Hattiesburg, Miss. (Sept. 20-21) and a 77-70--147 tie for 15th at the All-South Collegiate Invitational in Alachua, Fla. (Feb. 14-15).
Summer 2004: Competed in three Scottish Order of Merit Events ... Posted a 73-74-70-71--288 to finish eighth at the Northeast Amateur ... Recorded a 72-71-70-73--286 to place 11th at the Cameron Corbett Vase ... Fired a 69-70-71-72--282 to finish 12th at the Scottish Youth Tournament.
2003-04 (RS Freshman Season): Played in six tournaments and a total of 18 rounds ... Earned first letter ... Posted a 76.33 stroke average ... Carded Ole Miss' best tournament score -- a 213 (69-70-74) -- to tie for eighth at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate in Las Cruces, N.M. (March 8-9) ... The opening-round 69 was a then-career best ... Recorded two rounds at even-or-under par.
2002-03 (Freshman Season): Did not compete and was redshirted.
High School: Earned four letters while playing for Elliot Rowan at Dunfermline ... Served as team captain his junior and senior seasons ... Led his team to a ninth-place finish at the world finals by placing second as an individual ... Also lettered in badminton.
Personal: Son of Harry and Mandy Macaulay ... Born Dec. 6, 1983, in Falkirk, Scotland ... Has one brother, Ross ... Enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts ... Would like to compete at Augusta National ... Favorite professional sports figure is David Beckham ... Favorite sport outside of golf is soccer ... Hopes to pursue a professional golf career after his days at Ole Miss ... Favorite musician is Robbie Williams ... Full name is Callum Macaulay.
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