Has played in 14 career events ... averages an 81.5 through 35 career rounds ... low career round of 73 ... has twice finished 16th. SPRING 2012: Competed in five events ... tied for 23rd at the Patriot League Championships ... improved each round with scores of 81-77-73 at Bucknell Golf Course ... shot an 85 in the dual match with Florida Atlantic at the Polo Club of Boca Raton, Fla. ... placed 59th at the Triumph at Pauma Valley ... rounds of 89-79-79 at Pauma Valley Country Club ... finished 72nd at the National Invitational Tournament ... shot 84-82-85 at Omni Tucson National ... competed as an individual at the Rutherford Intercollegiate ... fired 78-82-88 at Penn State's Blue Course to finish 73rd.
FALL 2011: Competed in one event and the dual match with Navy ... played with his brother, William, and halved a four-ball match opposite Navy ... dropped his singles match 2-up ... placed 18th at the Service Academy Classic ... shot 82-85-97 at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J.
SPRING 2011: Competed in three events ... earned a point in the dual-match win at Stetson ... posted a 1-up singles win after dropping a four-ball match 2&1 with his older brother, William ... tied for 16th at the AIC Yellow Jacket Classic ... identical rounds of 79 ... tied for 88th at the Fireline Invitational ... shot 83-92-85--260. FALL 2010: Competed in two events ... tied for 30th at the Central Connecticut State Invitational ... rounds of 77-79--156 ... shot 85-80--165 to place 75th at the Classic at Shelter Harbor.
SPRING 2010: Competed in three events, one as an individual ... member of Army's Patriot League squad ... finished T38 at the league championships at Seven Oaks Golf Course ... rounds of 81-80-75--236 ... opened the spring at the Triumph at Pauma Valley ... competed as an individual and finished 43rd ... rounds of 84-77-79--240 ... tied for 96th at the C&F Intercollegiate ... shot 77-82--159 at the famed Kingsmill Resort.
FALL 2009: Competed in one tournament and the match against Navy ... opened his collegiate career in a tie for 25th at the Mulekicker Fall Classic ... first college rounds of 79-76--155 ... played with Mark Garrison during four-ball competition against Navy ... dropped a close match 1-up in Army's 6-5 win.
MISC: Born in Champaign, Ill. ... now resides in Chapel Hill, N.C. ... served as team captain at East Chapel Hill High School ... earned MVP honors as a senior ... voted Rookie of the Year as a freshman ... three-time all-conference choice ... member of the National Honor Society ... enjoys golf, basketball, football, sleeping, watching television and listening to music ... writes hip-hop and rap lyrics ... son of Hyun Ju and Buem-Jo Park ... older brother, William, is a senior member of the team ... majoring n Engineering Management
Getting To Know Eric Park Why did you choose West Point? I wanted quality education, serve my country and my brother attends West Point. Best part about Army golf? Teammates, just playing competitive golf, and beating Navy. I follow ? number of people on Twitter? I don't have Twitter, since I have a dumb phone and cannot update it from my phone. Favorite club in my bag? Putter. I make it rain with it. Favorite hole at West Point Golf Course? I would have to say 10 or 18. Favorite roadtrip? Drive up from Chapel Hill, N.C. in a two-door sedan (Acura RSX) with my brother and a former teammate during president's day weekend. Favorite class? If the classes from plebe year count then boxing. If it doesn't then Engineering Economics. If I weren't playing golf, I would be? Playing basketball and football Pregame rituals? I have a lot. I listen to my MP3 for an hour before I sleep. I pray before I listen to the MP3. I wake up and tell myself in the mirror that I will do great today. I have to get to the course early to warm up (usually over an hour and half). Two words to describe Coach Watts? Dedicated and emotional In 10 years I will be? Attending graduate school at the University of Illinois or UNC. Favorite golf movie? Tin Cup If I can play any other sport it would be? Basketball without a doubt. I love Basketball almost much as I love golf.