T.K. Kim
T.K. Kim

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wailuku, Hawaii

High School:
St. Anthony HS

Height:
5-9

Experience:
3L



12/20/2013

21 Bronco Student-Athletes Among Winter Graduates

Nine teams were represented at the 2013 Winter Commencement

04/09/2013

Kim Finishes Tied for 10th at the Cowboy Classic

Kim finished with a 36-hole total of 143 (74-69, +3), his second top-10 finish of the season.

04/08/2013

Marusiak, Kim in Top 10 at Cowboy Classic

Strong winds cancelled Monday's second round.

04/05/2013

Bronco Men Travel to Cowboy Classic

The event will be held at the par-70, 7,133-yard Talking Stick Golf Club.

03/26/2013

Broncos Ready for Desert Shootout

BOISE STATE CAREER
SENIOR (FALL 2012): One of only two Broncos to appear in each of the team's five fall tournaments...averaged 72.67 over 15 rounds, a mark that led the Broncos and qualifies as the seventh-best single-season mark in school history...already notched a career high with top-25 finishes in each of the five tournaments, including a tie for fourth place at the season-opening Itani Quality Homes Collegiate (Sept. 10-11)...carded a three-round total of 220 (+4) at the event...finished tied for 11th at the Ram Master Invitational (Sept. 15-16), posting a three-round total of 216 (+6)...tied for 15th at both the Dash Thomas Memorial (Sept. 24-25) and the Bill Cullum Invitational (Oct. 22-23)...three-round total at the Dash Thomas Memorial (214; +1) was a season low...included was a final-round 69 (-2), his lowest of the season...also posted a 2-under second round at the Bill Cullum Invitational (70) en route to a three-round score of 218 (+2)...finished the fall season with a tie for 19th at the Wendy's Kiawah Classic (Oct. 28-30), posting a 54-hole score of 222 (+9)...is just one top 25 short of cracking Boise State's all-time list. JUNIOR (2011-12): Played in each of the team's 11 tournaments on the season, recording a career-high four top-25 finishes and two top 10s...scoring average of 72.72 is the eighth-best in Boise State history and ranked No. 13 in the Mountain West in 2011-12...captured his first-career tournament victory at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate (Oct. 3-4)...marked the first win by a Bronco in more than two years...fired rounds of 72-67-71 to finish at 6-under-par (210)...was the only golfer in the 48-man field to finish under par...posted a 2-over 215 (71-72-72) at the Cougar Classic (Sept. 12-13), finishing tied for 13th...followed with a tie for 17th at the Dash Thomas Memorial (Sept. 26-27), carding a three-round total of 214 (+1; 70-68-76)...wrapped a streak of three-straight top-25 efforts to start the season with his victory at the Jim Colbert...finished tied for seventh at the Cougar Classic (April 27-28)...posted a 2-under 214 (72-70-72) at the event, the second sub-par tournament finish of the season...posted a career-low 66 (-4) in the second round of the Cowboy Classic (April 9-10)...finished with an even-par 210 at the Cowboy, one stroke back of the top 25...missed the top 25 by a mere stroke in three spring tournaments...had eight sub-par rounds on the season.
SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Played in nine of the Broncos' 10 events, averaging 75.8 strokes and 3.9-over-par per round...counted 22-of-26 (.846) rounds on the season...recorded two top-25 finishes, including a season-best tie for ninth place at the Western Athletic Conference Championships...posted an 8-over 224 at the league tournament...also finished tied for 23rd at the Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational...fired back-to-back rounds of 73 (+1) in the 36-hole event...was the Broncos' top finisher in three events...season-low 3-under 69 came in the opening round of the PING Cougar Classic...marked his second-career round in the 60s.
FRESHMAN (2009-10): Played in nine tournaments during his debut collegiate campaign...first action in the blue and orange was at the Giustina Memorial Invitational in Corvallis, Ore., where he posted an 11-over 227...played 26 rounds on the season, averaging 74.9 shots and 3.2-over-par per round...19.5 (.750) of his rounds counted towards team score...first-career top-10 finish came at the Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invitational, where he tied for eighth with a 2-over 146...added a 13th-place effort at the PING Cougar Classic with a career-best three-round total (215; -1)...led the Broncos in each tournament...fired a career-low 67 (-4) in the second round of the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate.

AMATEUR COMPETITION
Played in the 2012 U.S. Amateur Championship...won the 2012 Idaho Golf Association Men's State Amateur Championship with an even-par 213 (73-70-70)...fired a 1-under 70 in the final round at The Club at SpurWing to overcome a two-shot deficit to Bronco teammate Jordan Skyles...captured the 2011 Caldwell Amateur, winning in a playoff after carding a 54-hole total of 205 (-8; 68-68-69)...won the 2010 Southwest Idaho Amateur with a 6-under 138...tied for third at 2010 Treasure Valley Amateur and Mountain Home Amateur...in 2009, tied for seventh overall at the Kona Open, finishing as the second-ranked amateur...2009 Kahili Open tied for 11th overall, and again was the second-ranked amateur...2008 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship participant...2008 Boys Junior America's Cup...tied for third at the 2007 Hawaii State Junior Golf Association State Championship (15-18)...semifinalist at the 2007 Manoa Cup (state amateur match play)...placed third at the 2007 OCC Men's Invitational...member of Team Hawaii at the 2007 USGA Men's State Team Championship...won the 2006 HSJGA Junior Series Maui (15-18 age group), setting the course record at the Kahili Golf Club with a single-round score of 65...won the 2005 HSJGA's Tournament of Champions and Junior Tour Series Maui (13-14 age group)...placed eighth at the 2005 Callaway Junior World Golf Championship (13-14 age group).

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Four-year letterwinner for the Trojans served as team captain during both his junior and senior years...was also a member of the canoe paddling team at SAHS...scholar athlete all four years...two-time Maui Interscholastic League MVP (sophomore and senior seasons)...four-time all-league first team honoree...placed in the top two as an individual at league tournament all four years, winning the league title as a sophomore and senior...led team to four state tournament berths, tying for ninth during his freshman season and 11th his junior year...helped team to three league titles.

MAJOR - Communication