FALL 2014: Team captain … competed at the ETSU Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate tournament and in the Star match against Navy … partnered with Joe Kozlak for Army-Navy four-ball … defeated Tallman and Tu 5-and-4 … dropped a 2-and-1 decision in Army-Navy singles … carded a 77 5-over at the ETSU Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate tournament … tied for 76th overall … totaled two rounds in the fall and 155 strokes … averaged a score of 77.50.
SPRING 2014: Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar ... went out for 13 rounds totaling 998 strokes ... averaged 76.77 for the spring ... tied for 7th at the Gary Freeman Invitational, shooting 75-75--150 (+6) ... finished 15th with 75-73-77--225 (+15) at the Patriot League Championships ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
FALL 2013: Member of Army's lineup in all six competitions ... shot career-low round of 69 three times ... posted a scoring average of 73.27 in 15 rounds ... recorded three top-20 finishes ... shot three rounds below par (-1) ... also carded three more rounds of even par ... six rounds of par or better led the team ... tied for 14th at the Colgate Invitational with a 77-74-74--225 (+9) ... tied for 19th at the Doc Gimmler Invitational ... shot 69-69-73 (+1) at the event played at Bethpage ... tied for 15th at the Stars & Stripes Invitational, helping Army to the team victory ... carded a 77-69-72--218 (+11) ... scored two points in the Star Match win at Navy ... teamed with Brandon Baerwaldt for a 3 and 1 win in four ball and won his individual match, 3 and 2 ... played in the Patriot All-America Invitational ... field of 84 players was comprised of current NCAA Division I, Division II and Division III, NAIA, NJCAA All-Americans, as well as AJGA All-Americans currently competing as freshmen, and invited players from Army, Navy and Air Force ... carried the bag honoring 2nd Lt. Emily Perez '05 ... team captain.
SPRING 2013:Competed in six tournaments ... voted to the five-player Academic All-Patriot League squad ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... earned second-team All-Patriot League honors ... tied for sixth at the Patriot League Championships to help Army place third ... fired rounds of 77-74-76--227 ... shot +11 to earn second-team all-league honors ... tied for third at the Last Chance Classic at West Point Golf Course ... shot 77-75--152 ... tied for 10th at the Lafayette Invitational ... rounds of 75-74--149 was five-over-par ... posted a tie for 22nd at the Triumph at Pauma Valley ... rounds of 78-77-76--231 ... tied for 46th at the Wildcat Invitational ... shot 77-81-78--236 ... placed 54th at the Gary Freeman Invitational ... opened spring season with 82-91-96--269.
FALL 2012:Competed in four tournaments and both dual matches ... halved his singles match against August Jonas of Navy ... dropped his four-ball match with Brandon Baerwaldt in an 8.5-2.5 Army victory ... suffered a 4&3 singles loss in the 7-4 victory over Columbia ... dropped his four-ball match with Brandon Baerwaldt 2&1 ...competed as an individual at the Service Academy Classic and tied for 26th ... shot 88-78-80--246 at Trump National in Colts Neck, N.J. ... tied for 32nd at the season-opening Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate ... followed up a one-over-par 73 with an even-par 72, his first collegiate round of par of better ... closed with an 81 to finish at 226 for the championship ... placed 72nd at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate ... rounds of 83-80-81 led to a 244 ... closed the fall with a 75th-place finish at the Hummingbird Intercollegiate ... shot 79-84--163.
SPRING 2012: Competed in four tournaments and the match against Florida Atlantic ... was tied for 10th following a +9 81 at the Polo Club of Boca Raton, Fla. ... tied for 21st at the Patriot League Championships ... 76-73-80 at the 54-hole event at Bucknell Golf Club ... tied for 45th at the Rutherford Intercollegiate ... shot 79-81-78 at Penn State's Blue Course ... tied for 53rd at the Wolfpack Spring Invitational ... fired rounds of 79-76 at the 54-event at Lonnie Poole Country Club.
FALL 2011: Competed in three tournaments and the match against Navy ... teamed with Ethan Johnson and halved their four-ball match opposite the Midshipmen ... finished 52nd in his first collegiate event, the Battle at Tetons ... shot 83-83-76 at Headwater Club ... placed 77th at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate ... rounds of 82-78-80 at Royal Oaks Country Club in Dallas ... was 78th at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate after shooting 81-79-85 at The Blackthorn Club.
MISC:Born in Springfield, Ill. .... 2011 graduate of Springfield High School ... son of Shaun and Shari Hill ... one of five children, Sarah (27), Jon (24), Maki (16) and Ruthie (14) ... Robby enjoys golf, family and friends, music and sports ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... recorded five Plantation Junior Golf Tour wins ... qualified for Optimist Junior World Championship at famed PGA National ... finished sixth at the Plantations Junior Golf Tour Championships held at Purdue University ... placed second at the Nike Junior Tour Championship ... four-time all-city selection ... four-time All-Sangamon County choice ... four-time all-conference pick ... four-time all-regional honoree ... named all-sectional as a senior ... served as Vice President of the National Honor Society ... named an Illinois State Scholar ... received the Sons of the American Revolution Award ... majoring in Systems Management.
Getting To Know Robby Hill
Describe Coach Watts: Great golf coach, genuine person, loves to have a good time
Best part of Army golf: Beating Navy
Favorite Course: PGA National
Spent the summer: Summer Leadership Experience Platoon Leader and CTLT at the National Training Center & Fort Lewis
Favorite Meal: The Gyro Omelet at Andy's in Highland Falls
Favorite vacation spot: Anywhere with golf courses and a beach
Favorite spot at West Point: Trophy Point and the views from the top of the mountains around West Point
Describe Army golf: A talented, potential-filled, hard working team that will improve dramatically every year in the near future.
What player will surprise people in 2014: Our entire team will surprise people in the coming season and I am excited to begin.
Funniest golfer: Peter Kim, Justin Pagila, and Steven Pedersen are a deadly trio
Teammate most likely to become a General: Steven Pedersen, he was made to have a star on his chest.
Dream foursome: Rickie Fowler, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, and myself