Men's Golf Signs Inks Two To National Letters Of Intent
Nov. 11, 2005
Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford men's golf team has signed Joseph Bramlett and Jordan Cox to National Letters of Intent to study and compete at Stanford University next year, announced head coach Conrad Ray.
Bramlett is a resident of Saratoga, Calif. and a senior at Saint Francis High School in Mountain View. He was the youngest player ever to qualify for the U.S. Amateur in 2002 at the age of 14 years old. Bramlett has won the Ernie Piper Santa Clara Amateur Championship twice at ages 15 and 16. In 2005, he has won the CCF High School Championships, finished runner up in the California State Amateur, represented California in the USGA Team Championships, and was named the San Jose Sports Authority 2005 Male Prep Athlete of the Year. His parents are Marlo and Debbie Bramlett of Saratoga, Calif.
'Joseph will be a tremendous addition to the Stanford men's golf team,' said Ray. 'He brings a strong passion for Stanford along with tremendous work ethic and maturity. Combining the talents of Bramlett and Cox may be indicative of the most highly touted freshman duo since Lawson Little and Charlie Seaver in the early 1930's. We are eager to see what Joseph can do at the collegiate level.'
Cox is a resident of Redwood Shores, Calif. and a senior at Junipero Serra High School in San Mateo. He is an AJGA All-American. He was runner up in the 2003 USGA Junior Amateur Championship, 2004 British Junior Open Champion at Kilmarnock Golf Club in Ayrshire, Scotland, 2005 Rolex Tournament Champion Medalist, and 2005 California Amateur Medalist. His parents are Brad and Mutsuyo Cox of Redwood Shores, Calif.
'There are very few 2006 recruits in the country that have the competitive golf experience that Jordan will bring with him to the Farm,' noted Ray. 'Jordan is a physical specimen and he has a strong desire to play on the PGA Tour some day. He is a proven winner and that attitude fits perfectly with what we are trying to do with our team. Jordan and Joseph will be a major part of our success as we move forward.'